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Double sequential external defibrillation (DSED) is a potential new intervention for patients in ventricular fibrillation who don't respond to traditional resuscitation, but…
First responders often receive little training or experience with emergency childbirth in the field. A new partnership between UT Health San Antonio and local EMS agencies is…
June's unfortunately timely cover story deals with EMS management of civil unrest events, and Rob McDonald, operations director for AMR in Multnomah County, Ore., discusses…
Associate Editor Valerie Amato speaks with emergency registered nurse Emily Cornpropst, who treated one of the first COVID-positive patients in the state of Indiana at…
In this special podcast sponsored by Columbia Southern University, two EMS leaders discuss the challenges of leading during the COVID-19 pandemic. What are the best…
The EMS stories coming out of hard-hit cities like Seattle, New York and New Orleans seem unreal. Increased 911 calls, patients in severe respiratory distress, constant…
The pandemic has turned EMS education programs upside down. Listen to UCLA education experts explain how programs have shifted to remote learning environments and implemented…
COVID-19 testing and availability, accuracy, turnaround time and sampling dominate the news cycle. What does it mean for EMS? What tests are proven to be reliable and how…
For the critical care provider, ventilator management is top-of-mind. When you are at the controls of mechanical ventilation with a COVID-19 patient, what are the best…
EMS students still need realistic patient simulations, but providing these online is challenging. Join Dr. Meg Carman as she explains how to engage students in time-sensitive…
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