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Webinar: How can prehospital providers quickly identify and treat sepsis?–
Research suggests that every 2 minutes someone dies from sepsis in the U.S. – that's more than from prostate cancer, breast cancer and AIDS combined. Saving patients from this deadly infection is a race against time. Sepsis unleashes havoc, indiscriminately claiming the lives of millions of men, women and children every year. Sepsis is a menace that has been lurking in the EMS world ’s underbelly for generations. In honor of National Sepsis Awareness Month, this webinar will reveal the knowledge you need to identify and combat this deadly killer.
How a multiple-patient transport vehicle can help you prepare for any disaster–
First Line Technology
Responding to individual emergencies comes naturally for EMS personnel, but what about mass casualty incidents?
Remember 2 Things: EMS Related PTSD–
Watch this video from EMS1 Academy where Steve Whitehead presents tips on how to identify the signs of post traumatic stress disorder and what to do to handle the stress of your job as a first responder. This training video and more are available in the most modern learning platform for EMS personnel.
Inscope Medical Solutions launches laryngoscope with integrated suction–
The Inscope Direct is a disposable laryngoscope that gives clinicians a clear view of the airway
Whelen Engineering introduces SurfaceMax lightheads–
The SurfaceMax Series lightheads are compatible with the Scan-Lock app for Apple and Android devices
Verathon launches portable handheld video laryngoscope system–
GlideScope Go is designed to provide clear airway views in a wide variety of settings
H&H Medical introduces the H*VENT vented chest dressing–
The six-port design allows for multidirectional drainage toward gravity, allowing patients to be transported on their side
H&H Medical announces acquisition of rights to SWAT-T tourniquet–
The SWAT-T includes an elastic design to give the product the ability to treat a variety of injuries
EMS1 Academy - Remember 2 Things: PTSD Negative Coping Mechanisms–
Watch this video from EMS1 Academy that discusses how recognize the difference between healthy and unhealthy coping mechanisms for dealing with post-traumatic stress. to manage patients with head injuries in the back of an ambulance. Steve Whitehead presents two very important things to remember when engaging with patients. This video and nearly 100 more are available for individuals and EMS agencies in our easy-to-use training platform.
Spotlight: Cloud PCR offers fast, intuitive EMS trip sheet charting for any device–
Features like Google geo-locating, automatic clocking and integrated talk-to-type functionality reduces charting times by up to 70 percent
EMS1 Academy - Managing Patients in an Ambulance with Head Injuries–
Watch this video from EMS1 Academy that discusses how to manage patients with head injuries in the back of an ambulance. Steve Whitehead presents two very important things to remember when treating these patients. This video and nearly 100 more are available for individuals and EMS agencies in an easy-to-use learning platform.
EMS1 Academy - Intubations - How to do more good than harm–
Watch this video from EMS1 Academy that discusses intubation and airway management, and provides a quick intubation tip. This airway video series and more are available for individuals and EMS agencies in an easy-to-use learning platform.
Angel Armor Enlight™ — See it Through–
Elevate your vehicle protection with Enlight Window Armor — clearly superior protection by Angel Armor. Our premium design features maximum coverage for officer safety while allowing for civilian interaction and engagement. The window armor does not interfere with door functionality or require removal of the existing window — and no additional hardware is needed. Pair with Avail™ Ballistic Door Panels for full vehicle door protection and confidence you can stand behind. Upfit your vehicle with Angel Armor for every mission, and see it through. Learn more at angelarmor.com/enlight.
15 books for EMTs and paramedics–
Looking for a gift, a weekend read, or a resource? Check out our recent favorites
EMS use of CPAP for respiratory emergencies–
CPAP for emergency management of congestive heart failure and other respiratory emergencies has become the standard of care
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