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EMS and law enforcement collaborative training helps prepare responders to treat and monitor patients experiencing a constellation of symptoms
Is there a way to improve ketamine?
Key takeaways for police and EMS from SWAT physician, Dr. Faroukh M. Mehkri
Colorado Solictor General Shannon Stevenson said the Aurora paramedics administered too much ketamine for McClain’s body weight
Jury selection begins Monday for Aurora Fire Department paramedics Jeremy Cooper and Lt. Peter Cichuniec
Aurora paramedics Cooper and Cichuniec are scheduled to be tried in November
An attorney for one of the Aurora officers said, “Mr. McClain died because Paramedic Cooper injected him with 1.7, 1.8 times the ketamine for someone his weight and size.”
Video evidence from the 2021 scene reportedly captured a provider saying, “She gave her the whole d*** thing . . . She wasn’t supposed to give her that much.”
The Index tracks data for more than 2,600 EMS agencies across the country
A judge decided to schedule three separate trials — one for the two EMSproviders, one for two police officers, and another for one officer
Response to these medical emergencies should focus on intervention and treatment of the patient
Despite the finding, the 23-year-old massage therapist’s cause of death remains listed as undetermined
In this episode, our co-hosts discuss a recent article discussing the pros and cons of considering ketamine as a treatment for mental health concerns
City council members will vote on a 2-year ban on all chemical sedatives used to restrain patients as well as any new sedatives for medical purposes
Colorado Public Radio and other news organizations asked Adams County District Judge Kyle Seedorf to force the report’s release under Colorado open records laws