Dr. Manifold was a true and dear friend to all EMS practitioners in the civilian and military sectors, NAEMT said.
Robert W. Gore, whose invention of what created the breathable-yet-waterproof fabric known as Gore-Tex revolutionized outdoor wear and helped spawn uses in numerous other fields, has died. He was 83.
Officials said the building was over 30 years old and needed repairs, which couldn’t be carried out due to the coronavirus lockdown.
The new equipment lets doctors look at patients in the ambulance through a camera and allows face-to-face communication before the patient arrives at the hospital.
The ET3 program is a chimera. According to the Prado Museum in Madrid, “In Greek mythology, the chimera was a fire-breathing female monster resembling a lion in the forepart, a goat in the middle and a dragon in the hind.”
A line of green tents have been installed at the gates of a Madrid military hospital four months after similar structures to triage incoming coronavirus patients and to lighten the load at crammed emergency wards were taken down.
Paramedic Jamie Dalton looks back at a challenging case involving an infant, and how paramedics leave a footprint wherever they go.
The authors suggest new strategic grounds for the next stages of the COVID-19 pandemic management.
Health officials fear that surges among college students will spread to more vulnerable people — older ones and those with underlying health problems — and trigger a new wave of cases and hospitalizations.
The department is looking to grow by doubling its number of full-time paramedics.