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EMS World March 2015


This month's cover reports details how civilian paramedics helped upgrade training for the U.S. Army. We also uncover the benefits of TXA, find out what the evidence says about needle decompression and bust some top trauma myths.

Mike Rubin
With EMT-P being phased out, what’s a non-nationally registered medic to do?
Barry D. Smith
How civilian paramedics upgraded training for U.S. Army flight medics.
James J. Augustine, MD, FACEP
EMS operations at an active shooter incident require careful coordination with law enforcement
Barry D. Smith
How civilian paramedics persuaded the U.S. Army to upgrade training for U.S. Army flight medics.
Hawnwan Philip Moy, MD
Recent data may cause us to reconsider our preferred thoracostomy location.
Jon E. Thomas, BS, ATP, NREMT-P
Implementing tranexamic acid for trauma patients will result in decreased mortality.
Jason Busch
Agencies seeing results already from their grant programs
Airon’s pNeuton model S transport ventilator is the choice in transport ventilation for any austere environment
The 5.11 Stryke Pant is both durable and comfortable
Rescue Task Force Vests combine personal protective ballistic protection with essential wearable medical equipment
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