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Wind carries bounce house 200 feet; 2 kids hurt
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5 EMS communication tools for major sporting events
These technological tools are designed to help responders communicate with one another at events, putting all providers and agencies on the same page Full Story
Mac's Lift Gate: Hydraulic Lift on Ambulance

Boston EMS introduces the hydraulic lift from Mac's Lift Gate. This product helps prevent injuries that occur while lifting obese individuals during times of distress.

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GlideScope® Video Laryngoscope

Consistently clear, real-time view of the airway and tube placement enables quick intubation.

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Blood pressure reading tips and tricks for EMS
One of the things I'm most often asked by students and rookie EMTs is, "Kelly, how am I supposed to hear a blood pressure in the back of the rig?" Full Story
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How Ferguson EMS is preparing for more riots EMS leaders are using their experience from the previous unrest to better plan and keep crews safe Full Story

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