Scott R. Snyder, BS, NREMT-P

Scott R. Snyder, BS, NREMT-P

Scott R. Snyder, BS, NREMT-P, is a faculty member at the Public Safety Training Center in the Emergency Care Program at Santa Rosa Junior College, CA. He is also a paramedic with AMR: Sonoma Life Support in Santa Rosa, CA. E-mail scottrsnyder@me.com.

 

Detecte los problemas de cicatrización en el hígado a tiempo, porque los efectos pueden ser de vida o muerte.
Catch this liver scarring problem early, because its effects can be life-threatening.
They may faint and then feel fine, but the reason isn’t always benign.
How to recognize and treat this life-threatening complication of pregnancy.
What their history and your clinical exam should tell you about what’s happening
What are the keys to treating it in the prehospital setting?
ST-segment elevation doesn’t always mean myocardial infarction.
All patients with high BPs don't need seen at EDs.
Years of drinking can cause big changes and make drying out dangerous.
Prehospital care of intoxication.
Top steps to manage your patient’s airway.
Not all baby deliveries happen as planned.
Babies are delivered everyday—just not by EMS providers
Diabetes is on the rise. Why should you care?