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EMS World October 2014
The October issue features articles on EMS response to the cancer patient, less lethal injury management, ECG changes in acute coronary syndrome and maintaining your agency's policy manual.
Michael L. Wallace, MPA, EMT-P, CCEMT-P
Understanding restenosis following coronary angioplasty and stenting
Should we discuss prices with patients?
Naloxone's Basic Benefit
Bystanders, police and EMTs can use Narcan safely.
James J. Augustine, MD, FACEP
There’s more to an accident than meets the eye.
EMS Response to the Cancer Patient
Bonnie Belfance and Daniel Limmer
Care of cancer emergencies and related problems.
Your EMS Department Policy Manual
Skip Kirkwood, MS, JD, EMT-P, EFO, CMO
Is your agency's policy manual living and breathing, or dead and gathering dust?
Less Lethal Injury Management
When called to assist police, EMS personnel need to know how to treat injuries associated with less lethal weapons
Binder Lift is Ideal for Lifting Elderly Patients
Portable lifting device reduces lifting injuries and is comfortable for patients
ECG Changes in Acute Coronary Syndrome
How to identify and understand the significance of ECG changes occurring throughout acute coronary syndrome.
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