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EMS Command responded to call for a sick female, saved family after CO detectors began to sound ...
Schoolchildren hospitalized after suffering carbon monoxide poisoning at a church in Southern California ...
The not-for-profit Volunteer Mobile Emergency Response Unit, based in rural central Texas, provides basic rehab for local departments in hopes of minimizing injury and line-of-duty ...
The dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning have become more apparent within the EMS industry as first responders continue to become educated on its fatal effects. ...
Portable automated external defibrillators and ALS monitors continue to prove their usefulness out in the field for cardiac arrest and trauma patients; and the technology behind ...
By Steve Gehrke And Lindsay Whitehurst Salt Lake TribuneOGDEN, Utah — Forty-four people were hospitalized after being exposed to lethal levels of carbon monoxide at a ...
By Michael Davidson Daily Camera Related Articles: Non-invasive Screening for CO and MET BROOMFIELD, Colo. — By the time Michael Lombardi learned about the dangers of carbon ...
By Jamie Thompson EMS1 StaffPHILADELPHIA — When a Philadelphia engine company was dispatched to a children's birthday party Saturday, the CO gas meter attached to their ...
The detection of carbon monoxide poisoning is becoming increasingly important to prehospital providers. Invisible and odorless, CO fails to produce reliable signs or symptoms in ...
The first electronic devices in EMS were defibrillators; now almost everything seems to have a computer chip in it. Devices keep getting smaller, and batteries keep getting better. ...
The Associated Press AP Photo/Tina Fineberg People gather inside an entrance to The Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York after a fire broke out earlier at the hospital Wednesday. ...
By Sandra Gonzales San Jose Mercury NewsSANTA CLARA COUNTY, Calif. — Initially, the call to Santa Clara County dispatch seemed routine enough a man was in need of medical ...
The Associated Press BELLINGHAM, Wash. — Nearly 30 people at a seafood business were hospitalized for carbon monoxide poisoning, officials said Tuesday.Bellingham Fire Chief ...
The Associated PressVAN BUREN, Ark. — An Arkansas woman said her dog Miley saved her life when she persisted in waking her from a carbon monoxide stupor. Stacie Pitts, 30, ...
By Darren Meritz El Paso TimesEL PASO — A man died Friday afternoon in what fire investigators believe may be the first death of the season caused by carbon monoxide ...
By David Harris Flint JournalFLINT, Mich. — Fire ripped through the small, one-story Reid Road home, and firefighters rushed inside to save lives. Still, this was a little ...
By Julie Scharper The Baltimore SunHOWARD COUNTY, Md. — Eleven people were hospitalized after they suffered carbon monoxide poisoning at a Columbia hotel last night, Howard ...
By Adriana M. Chavez El Paso TimesEL PASO, Texas — Paramedics and Haz Mat units from the El Paso Fire Department responded to two carbon monoxide poisoning calls Tuesday ...
By Carl MacGowan and Joseph Mallia NewsdayLONG ISLAND, NY — A Centereach family released from the hospital last night and the doctor who treated them agreed they are lucky to ...
By Ben Winslow Deseret News OGDEN, Utah — Five people remain hospitalized for carbon monoxide poisoning after being exposed to deadly levels of the gas while at work.It ...