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Hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss suicide and mental health issues, and how EMS managers can provide more help to providers ...
You responded to a man with shallow respirations and a weak pulse; did you get the diagnosis right? ...
You respond to a man with shallow respirations and a weak pulse; what is your ‘must not miss’ diagnosis? ...
Hosts Chris and Kelly discuss how a terminally ill woman legally committed suicide with lethal drugs, and how EMS performance standards can change the industry ...
Heart disease, stroke, blindness, peripheral nerve damage, kidney failure, and non-traumatic amputations are just some of the concerns to look out for ...
Everything from outdated strips to poor timing can lead to wrong glucose measurements, but here’s how to reduce errors ...
Hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss the pros and cons of putting cameras in the back of rigs, and debate ALS vs. BLS systems ...
You responded to an elementary school student in respiratory distress; did you get the next steps right? ...
Hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss the importance of putting the patient first, how to handle the Ebola outbreak, and why EMS providers should have more respect for ...
You respond to an elementary school student in respiratory distress; what are your next steps? ...
In cases where narcotics are tampered with, our hosts remind us that medical directors put their DEA license on the line ...
Health officials said they are still monitoring about 50 people who may have had contact with the patient for signs of the deadly disease ...
Efforts are focused on identifying high-risk individuals before they leave the outbreak zone ...
Earl "Jim" Artle, 63, died after a long struggle with ALS; he served on the Hoboken Volunteer Ambulance Corp. for 20 years ...
The employee recently diagnosed with the illness may have exposed the infants and about 40 other hospital employees ...
A firefighter and his two groomsmen, who are also firefighters, were on their way to Las Vegas for a bachelor party when they jumped into action ...
Dr. David Miramontes has served in Washington, D.C. since 2011; he will begin in Texas on Oct. 30 pending a contract approval ...
You respond to a 65-year-old woman who says she can’t stand to get out of the bathtub, but denies any other complaints. Was your diagnosis right? ...
Hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson talk about the need for more research around response times, and how to best treat anaphylaxis patients ...
You respond to a 65-year-old woman who says she can’t stand to get out of the bathtub, but has no other complaints. What are your next steps? ...