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How paramedics can take action to protect patients from falling through the cracks
EMT Robert Molesk said he felt intimidated by Erie County deputies when treating Robert A. Metcalf Jr.
PG&E had to secure power lines before Santa Clara County firefighters could begin extricating the patient
Is it the providers’ responsibility to stay until the patient can be located? If not, how long is long enough?
Doctors had told the hunter’s family that he may not walk again
Clinicians should be aware of how ventricular-assist devices work and what distress signs to look for in patients
Researchers, clinicians at UC San Diego Health used “COMPOSER” with over 100,000 digital records of sepsis patients, to calculate a lower mortality rate
A rope rescue system was setup to retrieve a Colorado Springs worker that suffered a medical emergency and fell
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