Celebrate this refreshed version of non-clinical topics every emergency service provider should know about this important, difficult, complicated, and very fun job.
Medical personnel from the Nebraska and Texas national guards are expected to arrive to help treat patients at Prague’s military hospital and a new field hospital.
Host Scot Phelps talks with Maria Rauth. They discuss the supposed conspiracy theories to keep paramedics down in their place where they belong.
Warren Armstrong founded Armstrong Medical Industries in 1957 and introduced and marketed many innovative emergency and EMS-related products that helped change the industry.
After six straight years of earning one of the American Heart Association’s highest honors, Delaware County’s Emergency Medical Services Department has gone one better and earned its Mission: Lifeline Gold Plus award for the treatment of patients who experience severe heart attacks.
Crews were already at the station and rescued the driver from the flipped-over car. Three vehicles were damaged in the parking lot.
The number of affected women and infants has increased in recent years but they often don’t get effective treatment, and the pandemic may be worsening that problem.
Radu Venter expands on the Foundation for Critical Thinking's “Valuable Intellectual Traits” article and adapts the traits listed for EMS personnel.
In this debut video with Master Your Medics, Geoff Murphy discusses the use of corticosteroids in severe asthma and COPD.
Health experts had warned that it was only a matter of time before deaths turned upward.