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You respond to a female teenager complaining of headache, nausea, vomiting and dizziness; what is your “must not miss” diagnosis? ...
Goal of paramedic house calls, chronic disease monitoring is to reduce 911 calls from frequent users and minimize hospital readmissions ...
Dr. Camillo Ricordi, one of the world's leading scientists in diabetes cure-focused research, thinks we will defeat the disease in the next three to seven years ...
Applause for inventors and investors for applying resources to life-enhancing technology ...
A Harvard University study found that 90 days after hospitalization, patients treated in BLS ambulances were 50 percent more likely to survive than those treated with ALS ...
Google has invested in the technology that uses algorithms to sense how a hand is shaking and makes adjustments to the spoon to stay balanced ...
It involves implanting a S-ICD device above the heart that will shock patients if they begin to exhibit an irregular heart beat ...
Intravenous therapy should be performed only when medically necessary, and under stringent guidelines ...
Multiple studies look at the pre-hospital use of amiodarone, how it relates to ROSC, and if it should be the antiarrhythmic of choice for cardiac arrest patients ...
He died from a rare injury of vertebral artery dissection, which resulted in severe bleeding on his brain; there are only 100 documented cases ...
Hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss the draft CAAS ground ambulance standards open for public comment, and the effect Ferguson is having on local responders ...
The plane was diverted after an Ala. man suffered a heart attack on a Delta flight; a doctor on board had been tending to him ...
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Everything from outdated strips to poor timing can lead to wrong glucose measurements, but here’s how to reduce errors ...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? ...