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The Road to Demers: Caldwell County EMS–
THE ROAD TO DEMERS : CALDWELL COUNTY EMS We are proud to present our second installment of the "Road to Demers"! We caught up with Caldwell County EMS and we discussed how they were suprised about all the options that are included on the MXP 170 platform. Watch what brought them to Demers, and contact us to see how we can build your next custom ambulance!
Halloween ambulance lightshow–
Happy Halloween from AMR Antelope Valley Division | Los Angeles County Operations!
Excellance's Mobile Stroke Unit In Action and Saving Lives–
The Cleveland Clinic shows how the Mobile Stroke Unit by Excellance saves brain function and lives.
Top Gear ambulance challenge–
A clip from the BBC hit show "Top Gear" features a custom-made ambulance and one of the show's stars attempting to complete some tasks on a manikin.
Mercedes driver blocks ambulance transporting patient–
Police are investigating the driver's interference of a Slovakian ambulance
Excellance Ambulance Safety Video–
Excellance ambulances are built to a higher standard as proven by this two minute safety video.
Braun Ambulances Debuts First Rollover Ambulance Crash Test–
Braun Industries teamed up with CAPE Testing to conduct the Fire/EMS industry's first rollover ambulance crash test. They crashed a 10 year old unit in a test that most closely compares to the anticipated SAE J3057. The test focused on the modular body and roll impact loading, or how well the box holds up in the event of a rollover.
Remember 2 Things: Ultrasound use by paramedics–
Prehospital ultrasound, increasingly available to EMS providers, has known application to find occult bleeding. In this episode of Remember Two Things, host Steve Whitehead, describes two additional uses for ultrasound.
Whitehead discusses use of ultrasound for detecting cardiac activity and obtaining vascular access.
After watching share your experience with ultrasound in the comments, read this article on prehospital ultrasound and listen to an Inside EMS podcast discussion of ultrasound.
This video was originally posted on April 18, 2016. It has been updated.
What Would You Do? Excessive ambulance speed during patient transport–
Your partner is driving the ambulance too fast for conditions en route to the hospital. Dr. David Tan and Steve Whitehead discuss this scenario. Listen to what they have to say and add your ideas in the comments section about the importance of red lights and sirens transport.
How an ambulance agency equipped its ambulances with solar panels–
Learn how and why the Richmond Ambulance Authority equipped its 40 ambulances with solar panels to save money and reduce the environmental impact of the ambulance fleet
What Would You Do? Transport destination for an unresponsive kickboxer–
Dr. David Tan and Steve Whitehead discuss an event standby at a kickboxing match. The patient, a fighter, sustained a significant head injury and the medics were ordered by an on-scene physician to take the patient to the nearest hospital instead of the higher-level of care available at a trauma center further away.
Listen to the discussion and share what you would do in comments.
Read about the incident that inspired this case discussion.
What Would You Do? Confrontation between police and EMS on scene–
Dr. David Tan and Steve Whitehead discuss confrontations between police and medics. What would you do if while you are treating a patient a cop demands you move the patient off the road and let traffic pass by or through the incident. How far are you willing to argue or push this officer?
NIOSH ambulance crash test video–
NIOSH crash tests on ambulances with traditional safety features, portraying impact damage to vehicles and severe danger to passengers (patient and emergency personnel). The crash test footage is followed by an artist's rendition of an ambulance built in accordance with a new safety design standard for ambulance patient compartments.
Ambulance running lights and sirens blocked by SUV in Russia–
Glue, zip-ties used on old ambulances–
This week, five of the county's 11 ambulances were out of order, several of them for ongoing issues
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