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EMS World February 2016


This issue's cover report looks at the importance of recognizing sepsis in pediatric patients. Additional content focuses on rural community paramedicine, how to get the most from your history and physical exam, and why you need to SWOT your agency.

Kenneth A. Scheppke, MD
Done correctly, they can point you toward the correct diagnosis.
Michael R. Wilcox, MD, FACEP, FAAFP
Minnesota’s approach includes free clinics and a mobile unit that travels the community.
Raphael M. Barishansky, MPH, MS, CPM
Defining strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats is essential when developing a strategic plan
Gary Ludwig, MS, EMT-P
Effective leaders always choose their words carefully.
Rommie L. Duckworth, LP
Unrecognized sepsis kills kids; don't let it happen on your watch
Tracey Loscar, BA, NRP
Survival tips for making it midway through your career.
Sean M. Kivlehan, MD, MPH, NREMT-P
Studies address the efficacy of continuous chest compressions and automated compression devices.
John Erich
The makers and takers of 9-1-1 calls have a huge opportunity to help cardiac arrest victims.
Nancy Perry
“CPR Saves Lives March” shines the spotlight on SCA survival
David Page, MS, NRP
A call becomes complicated by last night’s dinner, a warm floor and a medication mishap
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