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Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss whether EMS1 Editor-in-Chief Greg Friese's suggestions about Uber providing community health services are actually feasible. ...
You are asked to respond to the soccer field at the local middle school; did you get the treatment steps right? ...
Hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss ways to recruit volunteer EMS providers ...
EMS systems across the country are adding topical hemostatic agents to their prehospital treatment of hemorrhage ...
You are asked to respond to the soccer field at the local middle school ...
Cabarrus EMS developed protocols to administer Tranexamic Acid to trauma patients ...
Hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson debate whether benzodiazepines are the best treatment options, and discuss dosage ...
Officers transported a man who has history with police to a hospital; the family says officers used excessive force and should have called an ambulance ...
Here are some beginner tips for using a stethoscope; add your own thoughts to the comments ...
Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss the potential of upgraded dispatch technology that incorporates data including text messaging, photos and videos ...
You responded to a firefighter with eye pain and blurred vision; did you get the treatment steps right? ...
Co-host Kelly Grayson and EMS1 columnist and show guest Bob Sullivan debate a BLS vs. ALS system ...
Paramedic and nurse educator teaches principles of dimensional analysis for medication dose calculation ...
You are asked to respond to the rehab area at a working structure fire ...
Medical leaders presented studies on when to stop resuscitation efforts, the use of prehospital ultrasound, and how to use gravity to improve cerebral perfusion ...
Tranexamic acid has been used in trauma centers for years, and the drug is making its way into the prehospital setting ...
Adopted by Mayo One and Mayo Clinic Hospital — Saint Marys Campus emergency department in 2012 ...
A 70 percent price hike has advocates worried it will limit the amount of narcan departments can afford to purchase ...
Syncope is common and can be a warning sign of a structural or electrical abnormality in the heart that may cause sudden death ...
Epi, a long-time staple of ACLS, does not improve neurologically intact survival and may even harm the patient ...