Act, react, adapt and overcome. And be careful what you say.
I think that is the lesson coming out of this news story where the words of the EMS provider may have been misinterpreted by the ...
A member of London Heathrow Airport's Cycle Response Paramedic program describes what it's like to be a bike medic at the airport, and the types of calls he often responds to.
By John Mooney
SCOTCH PLAINS, N.J. — The Scotch Plains Police Department and Scotch Plains Rescue Squad saved two heart attack victims on the same day on Thursday, March ...
By Tomohiro Osaki
TOKYO — In what is expected to be a first in Japan, the Metropolitan Fire Department may offer financial aid to people who administer first aid to accident ...
By Marylouise Sholly
Lebanon Daily News
MYERSTOWN, Pa. — Students of Elco's emergency medical technician program got a lesson they won't soon forget when they were involved ...
The basics of cardiac arrest response are demonstrated with LEGO people and a 2-liter soda bottle in this short training video.
By Elizabeth Simpson
PORTSMOUTH, Va. —J. Brewer Moore has planning in his blood.
He comes by it naturally, having served as Portsmouth’s city planner for ...
New research in cardiac arrest care and resuscitation dominated much of the conversation as medical directors from some of the largest EMS agencies in the nation gathered in Dallas to talk about ...
By Brenda Gazzar
LOS ANGELES — A 61-year-old male runner went into cardiac arrest at the 30th annual ASICS L.A. Marathon on Sunday and was taken to the hospital in critical ...
CHELMSFORD, Mass. — The ZOLL® ResQCPR™ System has been granted premarket approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market and begin U.S. distribution of the CPR ...
The Lee County Pit Crew Model performs a mock resuscitation with advice and checklists
By Joe Carlson
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — A novel device developed in Minnesota to dramatically improve heart-attack patients’ survival rates has been approved for sale ...
TWIN FALLS, Idaho — A BASE jumper died Monday when his parachute failed to open during a jump from the Perrine Bridge.
Bryan Turner, 32, of Vancouver, British Columbia, ...
Carmel Fire Department is first in state to purchase 'exciting technology'
By Drew Smith
The Indy Channel
CARMEL, Ind. — Paramedics and EMTs in Carmel will become the first in Indiana to use a unique, new tool.
The Carmel Fire Department will start using ...