Top Canadian researchers recently released the results of a national study that brings insight (and hard numbers) into the numbers of public safety personnel who experience symptoms of PTSD and operational stress injuries.
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Doc Wesley and Medic Wesley offer their perspectives on a study that looked at prehospital administration of naloxone and subsequent refusal of care.
NEMSMA has developed a set of competencies and subsequent verification processes for EMS officers.
What you can do to prevent patient claims of infection & contamination.
Although anticoagulant drugs can prevent at-risk patients from forming clots, staving off medical maladies such as strokes, deep venous thromboses and pulmonary emboli, their complications will continue to be an issue in the setting of hemorrhage.
How do we stop responding to penny problems with $100 solutions?
If you think System Status Management was a powerful tool for EMS, wait until we introduce you to the use of Artificial Intelligence in EMS at the JEMS EMS Today conference in Charlotte, N.C., Feb. 20–23, 2018.
Learn the assessment criteria that can help you to rapidly identify when a patient is septic and requires aggressive in-hospital care.
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