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EMS World March 2016


This issue looks at the evolving role of the bystander in response to mass casualty events, permissive hypotension in trauma, protecting patient privacy in community paramedic programs and what to do when an EMS call turns violent.

Anne M. Jensen, BS, EMT-P
Amid HIPAA and other rules, how should you approach the need to share protected health information?
G.B. Jones
Inside the MercyRockford Health System’s hemorrhage control program for schools.
Matt Zavadsky, MS-HSA, NREMT
Are you ready for the unprecedented transformation within our healthcare system?
Hawnwan Philip Moy, MD
Permissive hypotension can be an appropriate strategy in the prehospital setting when used appropriately
Lucas Wimmer
Taylor Healthcare Products, Inc. places emphasis on pleasing its customers.
Joshua P. Bobko, MD, FAAEM
Why civilians should be prepared to act in mass-trauma events.
Mac Kemp, MEd, EMT-P
New challenges and threats are presenting that are more complex and hold more danger for EMS providers
Gary Ludwig, MS, EMT-P
As an EMS leader, it is your responsibility to prevent theft
David Page, MS, NRP
There are strategies you can take to mitigate your risk of becoming a victim of violence
Lucas Wimmer
The pNeuton model S ventilator with CPAP allows providers to choose between 100% and 65% FiO2.
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