FULL LIST OF Fire-EMS RESULTS
Reality Training: Mechanisms of injury–
Chief Rob Wylie discusses how mechanisms of injury can affect patient care.
EMS, fire, police practice rescue task force–
Spokane responders practice rescue task force training.
Reality Training: Emergency response and law enforcement–
Chief Wylie gives advice about emergency response safety when dealing with law enforcement officers that have been involved in a motor vehicle crash.
High performance CPR demonstration–
Fire department personnel practice CPR.
Reality Training: Handguns in the fire service–
Chief Wylie discusses a host of issues surrounding firefighters being armed. If you're going to carry a weapon on duty, one of your primary jobs has to be care and custody of that weapon.
DC Fire and EMS donate food to homeless before Thanksgiving–
The day before Thanksgiving, DC Fire and EMS stopped by a homeless encampment to distribute some food.
What does a paramedic/firefighter do?–
Howard County Fire and Rescue personnel discuss what paramedics and firefighters do on a regular basis.
How to effectively use naloxone in an EMS system–
Dr. Jeffrey Goodlowe discusses how EMS systems can effectively use naloxone to combat the serious opioid overdose epidemic. Goodlowe emphasizes the importance of knowing when to give naloxone for an opioid overdose based on caller information, dispatch details and deliberate patient assessment. Give naloxoneto the right patient, at the right time and for the right reason.
Remember 2 Things: Powerful tips for moving EMS patients–
Patient handling is a skill EMTs and paramedics use on nearly every patient contact. In this episode of Remember 2 Things host Steve Whitehead shares two tips for lifting and moving patients - the crossed arm carry and creating trust with.
Urban Shield 2016 Red Area Command–
Learn more about 2016 Urban Shield lessons for EMS here.
Remember 2 Things: Making the decision to wear body armor–
EMS body armor can minimize the risk of injury during a violent attack. Steve Whitehead, host of Remember 2 Things, discusses a couple points for EMS agencies to keep in mind if they make the decision to have crews wear body armor. Check out more news, feature articles, resources and tips about EMS body armor.
Reality Training: Highway scene safety for EMS–
Working a motor vehicle collision is one of the most dangerous scenes for EMS personnel and firefighters. In this episode of Reality Training Chief Wylie discusses the importance of scene management on the roadside. After watching read more about questions paramedics need to askat every motor vehicle collision.
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