Sweeping heroin epidemic leads departments to deploy naloxone.
Twenty years ago today, at exactly 9:02 a.m. central time, a truck bomb parked at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City exploded.
Organizations wishing to raise their profiles and generate great PR can easily follow this approach.
Disaster preparedness and data management are critical areas EMS must address.
An inside view of two historic transports.
Improper positioning can result in patient discomfort or death.
An EMS veteran gives advice on how to thrive in the field.
A guide to simulating injuries through effective use of moulage.
One of the most important traits we should cherish in EMS is our ability to look out for one another.
The Karolinska Institutet hopes to share some of the knowledge accumulated through Sweden's advanced use of healthcare IT.
Specially designed ATVs and UTVs enable EMS providers to access patients virtually anywhere
New ambulance design & safety standards will be in place by 2016—the question is, what will they look like?
What their history and your clinical exam should tell you about what’s happening
Social Media and Critical Care conference educates through technology
How Kern County, CA, developed an ALS fire line paramedic program.
Partnerships with MIH programs can help avoid needless hospital visits.
We need a secret way to ask for help—but what?
When an obese patient is transported, what can be done with his scooter?
Thinking outside the box leads to innovative new vehicle delivery.
Being organized, prepared and knowing where things are makes all the difference in the world.
The issues can be uncomfortable and unaddressed—leaving the vulnerable to suffer alone.
MI HEARTSafe Schools encourages schools to prepare and protect students and staff in the event of a cardiac emergency.
Studies have shown a decrease in mortality when TXA is used within three hours of traumatic injury.
Establishing a TEMS team requires meticulous planning, continuous training and equipment acquisition.
Your new partner's hands are handcuffed—this is the last time that you will ever see Sean in an EMS uniform.