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5 things to know about capnography– 7
Understand the importance of monitoring end-tidal carbon dioxide and the valuable information it provides for patient assessment and treatment
Warm EMS equipment for a warm patient–
Being cold is a common patient complaint. When assessing and treating patients in a cold environment, do these simple things to help prevent heat loss and improve heat retention. 1. Prevent heat lo...
(Webinar) Taking the nation's pulse: The 2019 Fitch/EMS1 Trend Report–
Fitch & Associates
Learn more about the trends that are shaping the field of EMS from our discussion of the 2019 EMS1 Trend Report
Make EMS Week a year round celebration–
Instead of relegating celebration to a single week of May consider how to recognize the accomplishments of EMS providers and organizations all year long. EMS week has always had two purposes. The f...
5 ways to bring a culture of celebration to your EMS agency– 1
Regardless of size or service model, here are a few ways your department can honor its employees throughout the year
10 Steps to start your own EMS podcast–
Podcasting is a dynamic method to deliver web-based video or audio content to a growing audience of EMTs, paramedics, managers, field supervisors and instructors. Each episode of the EMS1 Inside EM...
4 ways to prepare EMTs for violent patients–
If you’re attacked on the job, be mentally prepared, physically ready, press savvy, and able to justify your actions in court
6 ways to defend yourself against verbal abuse– 1
A verbal attack can be personal; here's how to deflect the blow
The 10 best podcasts for EMTs, paramedics– 2
In EMS, staying up to date on the latest and greatest can be difficult; here are 10 podcasts that will keep you current and your skills sharp
What football can teach us about patient assessment–
This article, originally published October 5, 2010, has been updated Patient assessment is a team effort that requires a plan, roles, and follow through Football offers plenty of metaphors for just...
Radio Ramblings: The Art of Hospital Radio Reporting–
The EMS radio report to the hospital done well communicates vital information to help the hospital prepare for the patient's arrival
Ask good assessment questions to get good answers–
Patient assessment is an investigation process; good questions lead to good answers and better treatment A good question will usually get a good answer. A bad question almost always gets a bad answ...
Active shooter training: Teacher TCCC–
Training teachers in trauma casualty care to increase survival during active shooting incidents at schools
6 lifesaving seat belt tips for EMTs and paramedics–
Try these tips to make seat belt use in the patient care compartment just as normal as your personal vehicle I am sure your department has a seat belt use policy. Yet, I observe few EMS professiona...
Driving lessons learned from a medic's death–
Ambulance crash tragedies like this one are a stark reminder of the danger of ignoring high-risk behavior
Street smarts: How a retired chief teaches responders to protect themselves on calls–
Retired Fire Chief Howard Munding trains firefighters and EMS providers in Krav Maga so they have the skills to protect themselves when violence strikes
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