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EMS World March 2017


This month's issue reviews how Cypress Creek EMS wields fresh plasma and packed red blood cells on trauma calls. Additional content looks at active shooter response, using ultrasound to detect stroke and international models of high-performance EMS.

Cover by: Richard Salazar

Antonio R. Fernandez, PhD, NRP, FAHA
An Australian study finds trying to save these patients may not be wasted effort after all
The organization's new All Hazards Disaster Response course equips first-in crews to start helping immediately.
Iredell County brought it to the field with an eye on more than just FAST exams.
Dave Molloy
American Medical Response leaders are guiding the organization's readiness for this growing threat
Nancy Perry
The mission to reduce trauma casualties
Each kit contains two sealed packs with a CAT tourniquet, pressure dressings, shears, gloves and a marker.
Tracey Loscar, BA, NRP
How to use politeness to your advantage.
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