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Though he misses day-to-day involvement, he gets great satisfaction seeing people he taught go on to do good things ...
You are asked to respond to a private residence for a female patient; did you get the diagnosis right? ...
You are asked to respond to a private residence for a female patient ...
Early administration of epinephrine is the BLS and ALS treatment for an anaphylactic reaction to an allergen ...
MONOC partners with pediatric emergency physicians for consultations with paramedics on all pediatric patients that require advanced care ...
Stroke deaths dropped 18 percent in California and 14 percent nationwide between 2004 and 2013 ...
A researcher’s retrospective chart review identified biphasic reaction in 15 percent of pediatric anaphylaxis cases ...
It's time for EMS clinical leaders to discuss the role of targeted antibiotics which are safe and effective when administered to the right patients ...
What are the causes of the patient’s distress and what treatments are indicated? ...
You responded to a day care center at a local preschool; did you get the treatment steps right? ...
The Hunterdon Medical Center's Mobile Intensive Care Unit receives approval to add Brilinta to its STEMI patient care protocol ...
You are asked to respond to a daycare center at a local preschool ...
50 people sickened at a homeless shelter is a reminder that there needs to be a process in place to handle multi-patient scenes ...
There is ongoing concern about someone with little or no medical training administering naloxone to treat overdoses; is the risk worth the reward? ...
Understand the causes, signs and symptoms, and prehospital treatment for kidney injury ...
The Wash. department is known for high cardiac arrest survival rates, and Medical Director Mickey Eisenberg describes the training and education that makes the system work ...
Analysis at the county level shows dramatic changes in drinking patterns, especially by women, over a 10-year period ...
EMS professionals must realize the value of military research and incorporate the latest evidence-based practice regarding the use of tourniquets and chest seals ...
Scoop stretchers, soft tarps, KEDs, and vacuum splints may all be useful when moving a patient with modified spinal motion restriction ...
Rescuers need to anticipate specific medical problems and patient needs as they prepare to encounter patients in a collapsed structure or debris pile ...