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With the U.S. now leading the world in monkeypox cases, providers should be aware of the symptoms and how to properly treat patients
Infectious disease expert Dr. Alexander P. Isakov shares tips for encountering monkeypox
Just two days after its discovery on Nov. 24, the WHO classified the Omicron variant as one of concern
The policy states that anyone who provides treatment before the patient arrives at the hospital must wear a surgical mask
Human metapneumovirus has many of the same symptoms as COVID and RSV
“It’s a mixed story” in which some things could have gone better but others went well, said Dr. Tom Frieden, a former CDC director
Mpox was selected after some agencies had independently started using other names such as MPX or MPV
The path of the disease is unknown, but more than 2,400 U.S. cases have been reported as part of an international outbreak that emerged two months ago
Officials are considering whether a vaccine should be offered to healthcare workers who treat patients with monkeypox
Fully vaccinated responders will receive $500 in addition to the bonus for working during the pandemic
Firefighter/Paramedic Captain Michael Nordmark served with Three Rivers EMS and the Bad Rock Volunteer Fire Department
Shane Clifford “has been an incredible asset to our community,” the Sumner County Sheriff’s Office said
Small antibody-like proteins known as VNARs will not be immediately available as a treatment, but they could help prepare for future coronavirus outbreaks
EMS attorneys Steve Wirth and Scott Moore discuss looming vaccine mandates
An independent expert panel will publicly debate the evidence on October 26 for Pfizer and BioNTech’s Emergency Use Authorization application
Onslow County EMS is implementing a mask mandate as well as daily COVID-19 testing as outages impact staffing
A day after recording the most new daily cases since the start of the pandemic, Florida broke a previous record for current hospitalizations set more than a year ago
Manatee County Paramedic Sherri Pellien described the fear and uncertainty in dealing with the then-new virus last March
More PPE training is unlikely to address PPE fatigue; here are 7 strategies that will
The at-home test that yields results in under an hour was trialed by firefighters who called it “a great resource”
A look at fever pathophysiology, causes and common treatments
Abbott first dispatched state medical resources to El Paso three weeks ago, including medical personnel, ambulances and other equipment, and is sending three additional medical teams
Readers weigh in on whether they will get a COVID-19 vaccine
Operation Warp Speed – boldly going where no mass inoculation has gone before
New Bedford EMS officials say strict PPE and infection control protocols have paid off in limiting its providers’ exposure to COVID-19
Police say the man repeatedly stated that he had HIV during the incident and spat “brownish-red” saliva onto the firefighter-paramedic’s arm
The update from the World Health Organization comes following pressure from an international group of more than 230 scientists
What you need to consider when purchasing UV-C devices for cleaning ambulances to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and other pathogens
How the clinical and public health activities of testing, tracking and tracing should become sub-specialties of EMS going forward