Jason Busch is an associate editor for EMS World.
Reviewing recent studies on apneic oxygenation, obese patient intubation and video laryngoscope effectiveness.
Agencies seeing results already from their grant programs
EMS providers are increasingly entering warm zones to render immediate care to victims of active shooters
FirstNet’s mission is to build, operate and maintain the first high-speed, nationwide wireless broadband network dedicated to public safety
Through a donation, Burkina Faso will soon have its second ambulance
East Baton Rouge EMS, General Devices partner to connect Community Integrated Health Program to doctors in the ED.
The SAE standards, released in July 2014, are aimed at ensuring ambulances are as safe as passenger vehicles
A roundup of the most read articles on our site this year.
A roundup of our most viewed videos at EMSWorld.com this year.
A roundup of the top Facebook posts on our page this year.
EMS World reviews the top EMS news trends of 2014
Benefits of prehospital intubation, using ultrasound to confirm ETT placement and using ketamine to facilitate pre-oxygenation
Rural systems don’t have to be a backwater of patient care
A proposed interstate EMS licensure compact is making the rounds; what could it mean for providers, agencies and states?
November 26, 2014
“I don’t think we’ve seen the worst by far.”
Attendees urged to grow MIH programs slowly to suit their specific needs
Panel discussions look at education, regulation, reimbursement and more.
EMS World Expo is the largest EMS conference in North America, offering five days of education and the latest products showcased in the exhibit hall.
The ACR combines the functionality of several restraint devices into one, neat package.
Without true standards, EMS agencies are left to fend for themselves when it comes to proper restraint of pediatric patients
Mobile telemedicine is now more than just video
Difficult pediatric airways, mandibular fixation and more
A new textbook aims to cover the fundamentals of what good EMS managers need to know.
A recent Twitter chat sought to answer commonly asked questions and put Ebola rumors to rest