A 63-year-old female complains of a gradual onset of weakness while cleaning as well as, fatigue, nausea and epigastric discomfort. We'll review and interpret the patient's 12-lead ECG in this ECG 5-minute video consult.
Patients drinking mislabeled or bootlegged liquor or who consume fake alcohol drinks may actually be suffering from methanol toxicity.
Novel first-aid program in South Snohomish County, Washington, targets opioid overdoses, cardiac arrests & hemorrhage control
JEMS and Fire Engineering highlight programs across the country that are extending Stop the Bleed training to civilians. We present them to you as examples and ideas so that you can implement a Stop the Bleed program in your service area, and to help ensure that anyone who’s severely injured doesn’t die needlessly from bleeding that can be controlled.
In an era with rapidly evolving payer requirements and fragmented systems, successful billing and collections requires a new approach.
An exclusive EMScapades comic published by JEMS, May 15, 2019
A comparison of two popular drugs used as neuromuscular blockade agents to paralyze patients during prehospital rapid sequence intubation.
EMS providers, firefighters and law enforcement officers can respond safely to incidents where illicit fentanyl is present without unnecessary anxiety by following some pretty simple guidelines, which represents the best evidence currently available and can serve as a standard for all first responders.
Two Texas EMS agencies harness data to better manage the need for well-rested caregivers.
Upon EMS arrival, all three patients are lying on the kitchen room floor in the fetal position with copious amounts of vomitus around them. The mother and father are actively vomiting and the son is dry heaving.