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EMS World May 2015


This issue details how the results of a recent stroke trial will have a profound impact on the EMS community, why you should accredit your MIH-CP program and prehospital management of emerging viral diseases.

Susan E. Sagarra
A south Florida town recently implemented a program to place severe bleeding kits in all of the town-owned buildings and train everyone to use the tourniquets in the kits.
Jenifer Goodwin
New groups to play essential role in preparing EMS for future developments.
Mike Rubin
The dangers (and occasional benefits) of tunnel vision among providers.
Practicing this rarely used skill just became a lot more realistic.
James J. Augustine, MD, FACEP
A patient’s GI illness prompts detective work and a call to public health.
Susan E. Sagarra
The vehicle is a working proof of concept using a beta version of Ferno’s new modular iN∫Traxx component set.
Patricia Barrett
As MIH-CP programs continue to mature, a logical next step in the evolution is program accreditation.
Susan E. Sagarra
Highlights from the conference, which presents cutting-edge information and advances in EMS patient care, clinical research and systems management.
Peter Antevy, MD
The results of recent stroke trials will have a profound impact on the EMS community.
John Erich
Soon you’ll be even more awash in information, but with better tools to handle it.
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