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EMS World September 2016


This month's cover report reviews how prehospital ultrasound is the next level of care for our patients. Additional content focuses on chronic disease management for community paramedics, inventory control, advances in cardiac care and 50 years of EMS.

Gary Ludwig, MS, EMT-P
Do your homework before you go public
Branden Miesemer, NRP, FP-C
POCUS is the next level of care for our patients.
Mike Rubin
A lot of skill (and a little guessing) goes into keeping the stocks you need
Christopher Ferbrache, MBA, EMT
Accidental Death and Disability still greatly influences EMS today.
John Erich
They’re getting assisted CPR and quick transport straight to a cath lab.
John Erich
When you’re just not getting them back, a second AED might do the trick.
John Erich
With an SGA and no scope, a foreign body might go undetected.
Ian D. Brasted, BS, Matthew C. Ruppel, DO
Syringe-access epinephrine programs are proliferating nationwide; here’s what you need to know
Accidental Death and Disability provided our foundation. How can it carry us into the future?
Dan Swayze, DrPH, MBA, MEMS
For MIH-CP programs, it’s a way to help avert readmissions and reduce preventable hospital stays
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