John Erich

What’s new and what’s concerning to experts in EMS transportation?
How should we approach these challenging scenes, and what should we expect from others?
EMS data can help spur further action after an overdose is reversed
With an SGA and no scope, a foreign body might go undetected.
When you’re just not getting them back, a second AED might do the trick.
They’re getting assisted CPR and quick transport straight to a cath lab.
Younger patients helped drive the Mercy system to field an MSU.
In San Antonio, they’re the trigger for a rapid treatment approach.
With CT scanners, tPA and more, MSUs are helping slash treatment intervals and should improve outcomes.
St. Louis program connects bystanders to physicians as patients are transported.
Are you ready to perform a field amputation if needed?
At the San Bernardino mass shooting response, an IED and Twitter threats menaced emergency personnel