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Danielle Scheafer, DO; Renoj Varughese, MD; Michael Dailey, MD, FACEP; and Brian Clemency, DO, FACEP, September 01, 2019
With preparation, we can help some patients die peacefully at home.
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
Ian D. Brasted, BS,, Matthew C. Ruppel, DO, August 02, 2016
Syringe-access epinephrine programs are proliferating nationwide; here’s what you need to know
Kevin T. Collopy, BA, FP-C, CCEMT-P, NR-P, CMTE, WEMT, May 29, 2016
Spinal cord injuries range from simple contusions to complete cord transection.
Robert J. Sullivan, MS, NRP,, Shauna Sullivan, LCSW, LLC, May 02, 2016
Understanding depression and bipolar disorder is necessary to differentiate causes of symptoms.
Kenneth A. Scheppke, MD,, Keith Bryer, BBA, EMT-P, April 21, 2016
There’s a big difference between pneumonia and CHF—here’s what you need to tell them apart.
Bill Lord, BHlthSc, GDipCBL, MEd, PhD, March 28, 2016
The alleviation of pain is highly dependent on the provider’s ability to identify, measure and interpret this symptom
Scott R. Snyder, BS, NREMT-P, September 11, 2015
Catch this liver scarring problem early, because its effects can be life-threatening.
Kevin T. Collopy, BA, FP-C, CCEMT-P, NR-P, CMTE, WEMT, August 12, 2015
Acute PEs can be life-threatening emergencies—be prepared to recognize and manage them.
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