In areas where COVID-19 is spreading, health experts agree that wearing masks or other face coverings in public helps reduce the risk of spreading the virus when people can’t socially distance by staying 6 feet apart.
This week, there are about 100 products that are currently unavailable across all types of the medicines that are used in emergency care.
The Raynham (MA) Fire Department responded to a three-car accident involving a motorcycle.
Learn how the Central Ohio Trauma System developed a regional standardized hand-off education plan that improved patient outcomes.
The Seattle Fire Department is responding to allegations it did not treat an injured gunshot victim who later died at the so-called “police-free zone.”
Ocean City, Maryland, and its firefighter-paramedic union reached a new pact this week that sees no current step increase in salary but returns to a 24-72 shift schedule.
The Los Angeles County Fire Department shares lessons learned from its launch of an internal pharmacy.
There have been a couple of updates today from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services based on recently submitted questions.
The department is now using blue light technology to protect patients and crew members from COVID-19.
This is a case series including a sample of six convenience cases around the use of the RingRescue™ compression device to remove a stuck ring in the emergency department or similar setting.