William E. "Gene" Gandy, JD, LP

William E. “Gene” Gandy, JD, LP, has been a paramedic and EMS educator for over 30 years. He has implemented a two-year associate degree paramedic program for a community college, served as both a volunteer and paid paramedic, and practiced in both rural and urban settings and in the offshore oil industry. He has testified in court as an expert witness in a number of cases involving EMS providers and lectures on medical/legal aspects of EMS. He lives in Tucson, AZ.

Sacred Cow Slaughterhouse: The Traction Splint

Sacred Cow Slaughterhouse: The Traction Splint

Does Spinal Immobilization Help Patients?

More Oxygen Can’t Hurt…Can It?

Abdominal Pain Relief

Airway Management Strategies

The EMT in Court

The EMT in Court

Saved by the Basic EMT

Saved by the Basic EMT

Fatal Mistakes in Prehospital Medicine

Cardiac Zebras

Cardiac Zebras

Mistakes in Trauma Care

CHF Treatment: Is Furosemide on the Way Out?

Toxicology Today

Toxicology Today

Consejos para Hacer Valoraciones: Valorando el Corazón

Chest Assessment

The Patient With Multiple Problems

The Patient With Multiple Problems

Orthopedic Assessment

Privileged Communications: Fact or Myth?

The Nervous System

Environmental Emergencies

Environmental Emergencies

Assessing the Head and Neck

Assessing the Heart

Assessing the Eyes

Assessing the Eyes

Assessing the Pediatric Patient

Assessing the Pediatric Patient

Assessing the Spine

Assessing the Spine

Assessment Tips: Assessing the Abdomen

Assessment Tips: Assessing the Abdomen

 

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