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The prehospital administration of ketamine for excited delirium has been a hot topic for the lay press lately. What should EMS medical directors and chiefs do to educate their local population, local…
Safety for EMS personnel begins with the equipment surrounding them: vehicles, cleaning systems, restraint configurations, and patient care technology. As a service to our readers, EMS…
Columbia Southern University Professional Advancement in a Flexible Format Columbia Southern University’s degree programs in emergency medical services administration are designed for EMS…
Resident Eagle is a monthly column profiling the work of top EMS physicians and medical directors from the Metropolitan EMS Medical Directors Global Alliance (the "Eagles"), who represent America’s…
This section of the Buyer’s Guide contains an alphabetical listing of all companies represented in the guide. Information includes company name, city where headquartered, telephone number, website,…
This section of the Buyer’s Guide contains a listing of the products offered by companies represented in the guide. Company names are found alphabetically under their specific product listings.…
Courtesy of Firehouse Magazine, EMS World presents the 2019 Firehouse National Run Survey—a comprehensive report of fire company and department levels, funding, staffing, and pay for 209 fire…
There have been 32 EMS and EMS World Expos, but 2020’s might have been the strangest. From speakers delivering by candlelight to Q&As from the road, the show’s unprecedented virtual format…
What new technologies would help you perform your job more effectively? EMS World is proud to announce the recipients of the 2020 EMS World Innovation Awards. This award program recognizes the…
MICHIGAN: Woman Pronounced Dead Later Found Alive A 20-year-old Michigan woman pronounced dead after a heart attack was taken to a Detroit funeral home, where she was found to still be alive.…
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