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Bills highlight the violent line-of-duty death of FDNY EMS Capt. Alison Russo-Elling
Fire, EMS crews in Whitman faced an unusual rescue
A Trans Care ambulance was stopped in the zone when it was struck from behind
Escambia County firefighters extricated the driver and two occupants of the house
Two Newport News firefighters were terminated after an investigation found they ignored protocols
Data shows Oregon has the highest rate of death per 100,000 people
Portland man was trapped overnight when the equipment to hold the stump failed
The Newton firefighter said he and the other firefighters have an unwritten rule: appearing in media photos or videos means owing colleagues ice cream; now, he’s in for a lot of ice cream
The Mayo Clinic helicopter was transporting a patient when a bird struck the windshield
Jasper County officials aim to focus on providing countywide ALS certification, service to every citizen
Lincoln Fire & Rescue hosted a Resuscitation Academy workshop for cardiac arrest training
The term has been banned from EMS training with the exception to describe its historical usage
Missoula’s Crisis Intervention Team training is based on actual incidents and focuses on communication, inter-agency networking
The Morristown-Hamblen paramedic captain collapsed while he and his partner were treating a patient
Rialto firefighters stated they were following COVID-19 guidelines when they refused to enter as a patient was in cardiac arrest
Two drivers were wounded in the I-10 shooting in the Florida panhandle
Members of the University of South Carolina’s Sigma Phi Epsilon were traveling to New Orleans when the bus hit a concrete barrier
Officials in New London hope a SAFER grant will allow them to staff, operate an additional ambulance
Since the COVID-19 pandemic, Twin Cities hospitals have cut training opportunities
A call about a man walking barefoot in the snow led to an idea with an old RV
A 13-step action plan to provide compassionate and effective care while navigating the evolving legal landscape
Three takeaways from the conviction of Aurora Fire Rescue paramedics in the death of Elijah McClain
While the CPR intervention may prove beneficial, more evidence is needed before it can become a standard of care
Is building a new kind of clinician merely a Herculean task or a fully Sisyphean one?
What you need to know about Ozempic and other forms of semaglutide
Peer-reviewed, empirical data is needed to pursue alternative payment structures

Braun Chief XL ambulances on display at Booth #5846
Crestline has expanded their production facility to reduce lead time
FedRAMP authorization allows First Due to provide solutions to all federal agencies across the globe