Airway & Respiratory

At 2030 HRS, an ambulance and crew were stationed at a suburban fire station. A state trooper arrived at the fire station with a 72-year-old male in the squad car. The officer had stopped the elderly gentleman earlier on suspicion of driving while intoxicated. In fact, the driver was observed to have been swerving and had sideswiped another vehicle. Prior to arrival at the fire station, the officer had taken the individual to a police substation and where he tested negative for alcohol.
Airway & Respiratory

At 2030 HRS, an ambulance and crew were stationed at a suburban fire station. A state trooper arrived at the fire station with a 72-year-old male in the squad car. The officer had stopped the elderly gentleman earlier on suspicion of driving while intoxicated. In fact, the driver was observed to have been swerving and had sideswiped another vehicle. Prior to arrival at the fire station, the officer had taken the individual to a police substation and where he tested negative for alcohol.
Administration and Leadership

Many years ago I was asked to speak on something "funny" at an EMS conference in Biloxi, Miss. Now, I am not like Steve Berry. I don't go to sleep and wake up thinking funny things. In fact, most humans are not like Steve Berry but that is another story. So, I developed a talk entitled, "An EMS Provider's Guide to Southern Medical Terminology."
Administration and Leadership

Many years ago I was asked to speak on something "funny" at an EMS conference in Biloxi, Miss. Now, I am not like Steve Berry. I don't go to sleep and wake up thinking funny things. In fact, most humans are not like Steve Berry but that is another story. So, I developed a talk entitled, "An EMS Provider's Guide to Southern Medical Terminology."
Airway & Respiratory

Successful airway management is a critical task for any patient contact. Regardless of Advanced Life Support and Basic Life Support, the provider must concentrate on assuring the need for certain airway management and correctly apply the proper techniques on the first attempt.
Airway & Respiratory

Successful airway management is a critical task for any patient contact. Regardless of Advanced Life Support and Basic Life Support, the provider must concentrate on assuring the need for certain airway management and correctly apply the proper techniques on the first attempt.