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EMS World April 2016


This issue looks at the steps agencies should take to develop a fleet replacement strategy, considerations for the management of homeless patients and how mobile health buses are taking care to the streets.

Kenneth A. Scheppke, MD
Neuro emergencies can come with a wide variety of symptoms—here’s how to narrow things down.
Paul Murphy, MS, MA, EMT-P
Homeless patients present with both unique challenges and common medical conditions
John G. Alexander, MS, NRP
Can you remove a crew member’s gear quickly without causing further injury?
Ed Mund, BA, FF/EMT
Mobile health buses are bringing services to those most in need
Lucas Wimmer
XSTAT is a device designed for the treatment of gunshot and shrapnel wounds.
Gary Ludwig, MS, EMT-P
Data is your friend when dealing with an autocratic leader.
Tracey Loscar, BA, NRP
What you love about EMS may change over time
Builders and buyers both are finding ways to keep providers seated and restrained.
David Page, MS, NRP
A crew is too tired to go, but too scared to say “no”
Dan Fellows
Many factors need to be considered when replacing emergency vehicles
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