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The responders plan on increasing their animal readiness following a fire where two dogs died ...
A Pa. officer tied the strip of fabric around the bleeding leg of a man shot in a bank robbery; Philly provided 5,000 tourniquets to patrol officers after talking to Boston PD, ...
To cover the additional costs, they've requested changes to the EMS fee structure ...
From strapless cylinders and improved tourniquets to portable scanners and telemedicine systems, this year brought innovations big and small ...
When you’re on an operation and you can only take what you can carry, what do you choose? ...
When medical devices fail, you may be required to report it so manufacturers and regulators understand the consequences ...
A look at current and future trends in EtCO2 monitoring ...
In November 2013, EMS1 conducted a brief survey on Capnography in EMS. This survey represents a poll of 50 Emergency Medical Responders, Emergency Medical Technicians, Paramedics, ...
EMS1 sits down with Mike McEvoy, EMS coordinator for the Saratoga County (N.Y.) EMS, to discuss his hometown agency's in-field utilization of capnography to better treat their ...
As part of its mission, the hospital is giving back to communities by providing advanced life support equipment to some local fire departments ...
Smart design and the sweetest scissors ever make this multi-tool worth a look ...
After experiencing excruciating back pain during a patient extraction in a narrow hallway, Brian Bandel knew there had to be a better way. He and his father Garry invented The WauK ...
Introduction Capnography is a noninvasive method of monitoring carbon dioxide levels in the exhaled breath. The cells of the body produce about 200 milliliters of carbon dioxide ...
Here are a few of the ways that CO2 monitoring is helpful in the prehospital environment ...
The back of the ambulance is becoming a digital hub these days — with ePCRs, monitoring equipment recording patient data and transmission of this information between health ...
In the early days, there weren't many options for airway control. Today's EMS providers have more options at their disposal. ...
By Denise A. Raymo Press-Republican MALONE, N.Y. — Blaring tones barked from laptops every few seconds, cutting the silence in a conference room at the Franklin County ...
Forcing patients to lie flat on a rigid board is uncomfortable and cold. It can also cause pressure sores during long transports. Simply padding sensitive areas will go along way ...
As the EMS industry struggles to endure a period of time where supplies of all classes of emergency medications have been short, and where patient care needs have become more ...
We're heading into the season when cases of the flu increase and eventually impact EMS systems across the U.S. ...