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If you’re like most EMS providers, you’ll have items you put into a bag that’s located someplace on your ambulance. If not, you should start a list.
Learn about the new products available to help you & the patient stay safe.
At any scene, but especially those with multiple patients, proper lighting can facilitate patient assessment and ensure the most effective, efficient triage and treatment. JEMS Editor-in-Chief A.J. Heightman shares what scene lighting is so important.
Electronic patient care records (ePCRs) can transform the way data is collected and used to improve patient care in EMS systems. Steven Cohen shares how his system transferred to an ePCR and the benefits it brought the providers and administrators.
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Tourniquets are a fast and effective tool to stop major extremity bleeding when used properly.
In order for any business to be considered successful, it must maintain a positive margin by maximizing revenue opportunities while ensuring efficient and effective operations that keep customers and employees coming back for more—and EMS is no different. By carefully choosing and properly implementing the latest technology, EMS organizations can become more effective and efficient.
Administration of CPAP by BLS-certified EMTs should be standard of care.
For many patients in cardiac arrest, the best hope lies in high-quality, effective CPR—not defibrillation. But even professionals often fall short in their CPR technique. Dr. John Freese explains why CPR feedback devices hold such hope for increasing cardiac arrest survival rates.