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How to become a 911 dispatcher–
Emergency dispatchers are crucial for obtaining information needed to determine an emergency course of action.
EMS protocols all paramedics should follow– 2
Training paramedics and EMTs on changes to EMS protocols ensures they’re performing to the best of their ability within the parameters of recognized standards
What is EMS: A Definition–
Learn the role emergency responders play in treating and transporting patients who call 911 for help
How to increase your EMT salary– 1
EMS salaries aren't set in stone. Here's how to make more money.
How to keep your EMT certification current–
EMT recertification is a straightforward process, but you can't miss the deadlines
Which opioids are Americans Googling the most?–
EMS1 looked at Google Trends data to discover which opioids are most often researched.
A guide to pediatric vital signs– 1
For your reference: A pediatric vitals chart broken down by age range
How to become a paramedic abroad– 1
Becoming a paramedic abroad can be both challenging and rewarding
8 deadly forms of fentanyl–
What each form of fentanyl means for the user and first responder
History of the NREMT in the United States–
Emergency response and medical treatment is a sophisticated process that requires rigorous training. Qualified emergency medicine is a relatively recent phenomenon thanks, in part, to the National Registry of EMTs.
What does DCAP-BTLS stand for?–
Memorization of acronyms does not necessarily translate to understanding; here's a breakdown of what DCAP-BTLS means
8 EMS-themed children's books–
Next time you select a book for your child, consider these EMS-themed reads
Understanding compartment syndrome by type–
Compartment syndrome should be considered early to prevent dire consequences for the patient.
What you need to know about paramedic school–
Becoming a paramedic starts in the classroom
How joining a first responder credit union can increase your savings–
When you switch to a credit union for EMS and fire professionals, you may receive higher APY rates on savings and IRA accounts
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