The CO-Pilot is a handheld device with wireless capabilities that helps EMS, firefighters and military personnel measure patient parameters following cardiac arrest, traumatic injury, carbon monoxide or smoke inhalation.
This is a case series including a sample of six convenience cases around the use of the RingRescue™ compression device to remove a stuck ring in the emergency department or similar setting.
Emergency medical dispatchers across North America can now quickly direct 911 callers during time-critical cardiac emergencies to the closest automated external defibrillator.
Robert S. Clawson, MD, recalls the contribution of William B. Kouwenhoven and his truly life-saving procedure made for emergency medical care.
Use of Positive End Expiratory Pressure should be considered for any patient who requires mechanical ventilation, including those in cardiac arrest.
An Associated Press investigation has found there are millions of counterfeit medical masks, gloves, gowns and other supplies being used in hospitals across the country, putting lives at risk.
The Department of Homeland Security has opened over 370 cases and so far arrested 11 people as part of “Operation Stolen Promise.”
A new UV-light decontamination system for protective masks.
The recommendations are intended for use by professionals who manage respiratory protection programs in healthcare institutions to protect health care workers from job-related risks of exposure to infectious respiratory illnesses.
The Leesburg Fire Rescue Department provides a PSA about possible SCBA use if the supply of N95 masks are depleted.