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Barry Bachenheimer, EdD, FF/EMT

Barry A. Bachenheimer, EdD, FF/EMT, is a frequent contributor to EMS World. He is a career educator and university professor, as well as a firefighter and member of the technical-rescue team with the Roseland (N.J.) Fire Department and an EMT with the South Orange (N.J.) Rescue Squad. He is also co-owner of Jump Bag Training Company, LLC. Reach him at barry@jumpbagtraining.com.

Barry Bachenheimer
La radio es tan importante para los SEM como lo son nuestras herramientas de diagnóstico, medicamentos y dispositivos de elevación y movilización. Nuestras radios nos proporcionan información sobre…
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Regardless of where you are between runs—in a station, at home, or on the road—you may have some downtime. It could be a few minutes where you’re lucky to use the restroom or get some chow, or in…
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En otoño, cuando los estudiantes regresan o comienzan clases, una lesión, una enfermedad o un accidente inesperados pueden convertirse en parte de su experiencia universitaria. Si esto sucede, irán a…
New Jersey is a small but densely populated state with an interesting EMS system. All ALS in the state is provided by hospital-based systems in partnership with private health corporations, and two-…
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