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Tactical EMS Jim Morrissey Jim Morrissey
While tactical medical teams are helpful, the medics on the scene are often the ones who happened to be on duty Full Column
The Legal Guardian David Givot David Givot
If we can’t afford two providers in the back of every ambulance on every call, maybe it’s time for video surveillance in the event of patient care lawsuits Full Column

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Wind carries bounce house 200 feet; 2 kids hurt
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Texas EMT attacked, beaten during home invasion
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EMT launches fitness app with customized EMS workouts
Fit Responder’s mobile workout features a hands-on approach to motivate and tailor exercises to individual needs Full Story
Priority Care EMS Bags On Wheels For Paramedics

President of Priority Care EMS LLC shares his thoughts on EMS/Paramedic/First Responder bags on wheels in the context of ergonomics and micro-trauma.

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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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Why EMS needs a quick disaster response Our procedures for potential disasters are often too slow, but a rapid response based on anticipated outcomes can change that Full Story

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