Full list of Radio results
Fla. city to address 911 deficiencies over a year after Parkland shooting–
911 callers were put on hold and transferred, and the emergency radio system froze due to excessive traffic during the attack at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
Ky. judge orders 911 dispatch center study–
Daviess County Judge-Executive Al Mattingly requested a study be conducted on the feasibility of consolidating regional 911 dispatch centers into one center
Training Day: CPAP early, CPAP often–
Bound Tree Medical
CPAP should be used as a noninvasive positive pressure ventilation tool early on in a treatment regimen for respiratory distress
Pa. county switches to FirstNet for first responders–
The county will start using AT&T wireless phone services and will save $360 a month compared to the Verizon rates the county was paying
Md. Commissioner concerned over cost of 911 system–
Commissioners were asked to approve $92,500 for Next-Gen call routing software and $1.3 million for an upgrade/refresh to the VESTA system
Survey report: How are EMS agencies using mobile broadband technology today? (white paper)–
Learn how your organization can make the most of the broadband technologies available to EMS
Ore. county emergency communication tower destroyed–
The emergency communication tower necessary for loggers, fire personnel and ham radio operators was cut down over the weekend, causing more than $60,000 in damage
Remember 2 Things: Understanding Closed Loop Radio Communications–
In this episode, Steve Whitehead discusses the importance of using closed-loop radio communications. This type of communication ensures that both parties are participating in active listening, decreasing the chance of miscommunication by requiring every response to include pertinent information.
Mont. first responders seek $1M portable radio upgrade–
Problems with portable communications between firefighters, police and emergency services personnel are getting worse and becoming more frequent
Ohio city spends $2.3M on new Motorola radios, upgrades for emergency services–
The city of Springfield has purchased more than 400 new Motorola radios, as well as a new radio system
Radio Ramblings: The Art of Hospital Radio Reporting–
The EMS radio report to the hospital done well communicates vital information to help the hospital prepare for the patient's arrival
Pa. EMS officials concerned after decision to encrypt police radio calls–
Starting in November, when anyone, including responders, listens to a police scanner, they may hear muddled voices
Progressive Paramedicine: 3 most important parts of the patient care report–
Brought to you by Pulsara
An effective radio report from EMS to the hospital is critical for patient safety and continuing care. Learn the three most important pieces of the patient radio report in this episode of Progressive Paramedicine, an EMS1 original video series.
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5 scene size-up tips for EMS providers–
You are the first arriving unit to a potentially chaotic scene; does your scene size-up for other units measure up?
Remember 2 Things: Aggressive EMS treatment of sepsis–
Remember 2 Things host Steve Whitehead discusses two EMS interventions for patients with moderate or severe sepsis. Whitehead shares the importance of aggressive fluid administration and early hospital notification to improve a patient's outcome.
After watching read about the implications of the Sepsis 3.0 definition for paramedics and prehospital care.
Last Call: Paramedic, educator Richard Beebe–
Paramedic, educator, author and EMS advocate Richaed Beebe was remembered at a memorial service on Saturday, June 11. This is Beebe's last call.
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