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Hyperbaric chambers for carbon monoxide poisoning.

The Case of the Missing Carbon Monoxide

The authors present a case study of an accidental carbon monoxide poisoning that was missed in the field.
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Canadian Paramedics Sentenced in Man’s Shooting Death

Two Hamilton paramedics have been sentenced to 18 months to be served in the community for failing to provide adequate care.
From left, Nick Wells and Livia Cox.

Student EMTs Are Helping to Reduce CT Overdose Deaths

Two Wesleyan University student EMTs are on a mission to reduce overdose deaths by equipping those addicted to opioids with lifesaving tools.
Suburban EMS rescue vehicles.

PA’s Suburban EMS Will Pay While Training You to Save Lives

The service is so eager for help, they’ll hire you while you train for eight weeks to become an emergency medical technician.
A member of the Philadelphia Fire Department prepares a dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine at a vaccination site setup in Philadelphia, on March 26, 2021.

Israel Study: Fourth Vaccine Shows Limited Results with Omicron

An Israeli hospital said research indicates a fourth dose of the vaccine provides only limited defense against the omicron variant.
A medical helicopter rests next to the Drexel Hill United Methodist Church after it crashed in the Drexel Hill section of Upper Darby, Pa., on Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2022.

Helicopter Pilot Released from Hospital Said He Had ‘God as My Copilot’

Danial Moore says he "had God as my copilot" the day he crash-landed his medical helicopter on the lawn of a Drexel Hill church.

Witmer Public Safety Group Acquires ElizaCo

"I am proud to add this strong and respected regional business to our family of companies."
The photo shows a red ambulance with its side door open, showing the blue Star of Life.

Anderson County (TN) Buys New Ambulance Equipment

The Commission approved the purchase of some new devices to help the ambulance service better serve residents.
The photo shows the front of an ambulance with its emergency lights on.

San Diego (CA) Blood Shortage Reaches Crisis Levels

"If we have one mass-casualty incident in San Diego with the blood supply as low as it is right now, lives will be lost," one doctor said.
Ellsworth ME Fire Department

ME Fire Department’s Medical Response Call Volume Soars 4,500 Percent

In 2016, Ellsworth Fire Department responded to 27 medical calls. Last year it responded to 1,251.