Full list of Technology results
Remember 2 Things: Expanding your protocols–
Emergency medical services technology and knowledge changes at a rapid pace, and even departments that work to be ahead of the curve still find themselves struggling to keep up. If, as an EMS provider, you find yourself wanting to expand your agency's protocols to include updated technology or processes, there's a way you should approach the change. In this episode, Steve Whitehead discusses how to get those changes implemented.
3 principles for developing FirstNet applications–
Seattle Fire Department’s Chris Lombard says that first responders have demonstrated remarkable creativity by developing applications that meet the needs of first responders and to keep communities safe and secure.
Technology for community paramedicine–
Technology tools to help deliver the right care at the right place at the right time.
Animation: Conduction of electrical impulses through the heart–
Watch this video to better understand or teach EMT and paramedic students how electrical impulses are conducted through cardiac tissue.
3 ultrasound-guided vascular access techniques for paramedics–
3 ultrasound-guided vascular access techniques for prehospital use are demonstrated in this video by ultrasound educator Chris Eddy
Total artificial heart bridges Mich. man 555 days to a heart transplant–
Stan Larkin lived 555 days with the SynCardia total artificial heart until a successful heart transplant at the University of Michigan Health system
Remember 2 Things: Ultrasound use by paramedics–
Prehospital ultrasound, increasingly available to EMS providers, has known application to find occult bleeding. In this episode of Remember Two Things, host Steve Whitehead, describes two additional uses for ultrasound. Whitehead discusses use of ultrasound for detecting cardiac activity and obtaining vascular access.
After watching share your experience with ultrasound in the comments, read this article on prehospital ultrasound and listen to an Inside EMS podcast discussion of ultrasound. This video was originally posted on April 18, 2016. It has been updated.
EMS1 Academy: Online training your personnel will actually want to take.–
Use this Medic Monthly and over 80 others as part of an online training program for your EMS agency. Get access to exclusive video-based, case-based training backed by a feature-filled Learning Management System (LMS).
PSA: Drones and emergency helicopter safety–
Drones/quadcopters/UAVs can be a lot of fun to fly, take videos with, etc. However operating one comes with responsibilities. There have been quite a few encounters across the nation, some have interrupted firefighting, law enforcement and helicopter EMS operations. Please be a good neighbor, check before you fly whether it's legal, fly below 400 feet and ground your drone whenever there are helicopter or fixed wing operations nearby. Fly safe out there!
How an EMS agency is using prehospital ultrasound–
See how the PT60A tablet-based ultrasound system is enabling medics in Dallas-Fort Worth to make critical emergency treatment decisions.
How an ambulance agency equipped its ambulances with solar panels–
Learn how and why the Richmond Ambulance Authority equipped its 40 ambulances with solar panels to save money and reduce the environmental impact of the ambulance fleet
Aging suit helps health care providers understand geriatric patient experience–
Imagine using the Genworth R70i Aging Experience as part of your next geriatric education training. The suit allows people to step into a future version of themselves to experience the physical effects of aging. Take a tour of the suit to learn more about its features.
STEMI Alert app demo–
The app-based service allows medics to transmit ECGs and patient information to physicians.
Austin ambulances equipped with green energy electrical systems–
Green powered electrical systems have been installed in 21 Austin-Travis County EMS ambulances with more on the way. ATCEMS and local Austin company Stealth Power collaborated over a three year period to develop an idle-reduction system for use on ambulances in Austin, Texas. The partnership resulted in green mobile technology called the Stealth Power EMS series.
- Load more