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Alexander Ordoobadi, August 29, 2018
Recognize and treat shock in SCI patients before it causes further damage.
Michael Kruse, BSc, EMT-P, and Blair Bigham, MD, MSc, ACPf, August 01, 2018
What should you know to provide the best care for these vulnerable populations?
Blair Bigham, MD, MSc, EMT-P, January 02, 2018
Many patients present as unconscious or confused, and the cause is often overlooked.
Dustin Britt, AAS, RRT-ACCS, CPFT, NRP, FP-C, July 10, 2017
Utilizing bilevel positive airway pressure in the management of pulmonary emergencies.
Alexander Ordoobadi,, Sean M. Kivlehan, MD, MPH, NREMT-P, February 24, 2017
ExDS is characterized by extreme agitation and aggression in a patient with altered mental status.
Jeffrey L. Jarvis, MD, MS, EMT-P, FACEP, FAEMS, December 16, 2016
Several have come and gone—what’s the basis for using those still in our arsenal?
Stephanie Charshafian,, Hawnwan Philip Moy, MD,, Nathan M. Woltman, MD, EMT-T, December 05, 2016
With victims of penetrating trauma, there could be value in bringing the practice to the field.
Bryan B. Kitch, MD, December 02, 2016
Understanding neurotransmitters and their receptors can help you choose the right medication.
Kenneth A. Scheppke, MD,, Keith Bryer, BBA, EMT-P, September 30, 2016
Making the correct prehospital diagnosis can be lifesaving for patients with deadly etiologies.
Rommie L. Duckworth, LP, September 14, 2016
It’s a perilous transition for the patient; here’s how to help it go smoother.
Randy D. Kearns, DHA, MSA, NRP (ret.),, Steve Sugarman, MS, CHP, CHCM,, Bruce A. Cairns, MD, FACS,, Charles B. Cairns, MD, FACEP, FAHA,, James H. Holmes IV, MD, FACS,, Preston B. Rich, MD, MBA, FACS, September 02, 2016
Your approach should include identifying sources, determining exposure and managing resources
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