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EMS World January 2018

Jan-18

The first issue of 2018 focuses on airway management and pediatrics. Pediatric content features a look at the pit crew model's benefit in pediatric cardiac arrest, tips for using the Broselow tape, and the advanced technology deployed by Florida's St. Joseph's Children's Hospital. In the airway realm, we examine a new acronym for predicting difficult airways. New columns for 2018 include coverage of international EMS and the Promoting Innovation in EMS (PIE) project; the Trip Report and Midlife Medic return; and special features look at a major reimbursement change from Anthem and remember our late friend Lou Jordan. 

Hilary Gates, MAEd, NRP
EMS World Expo is taking shape for 2018—with a special focus on new speakers.
Jules K. Scadden, PM
His profile was lower, but he deserves mention among the EMS greats.
Matt Zavadsky, MS-HSA, NREMT
What are the barriers to innovation in EMS, and what can we do about them?
Robert Rajtar
EMS in Poland is enjoying an expanding scope and increased independence.
Antonio R. Fernandez, PhD, NRP, FAHA
Missing data may hold the key to deciphering a discouraging finding.
John Erich
A flight provider’s new mnemonic may help predict difficult intubations.
Phillip Friesen, DO; Lawrence H. Brown, PhD; Jose Cabanas, MD, MPH, FACEP; Paul Hinchey, MD, MBA, FACEP; and Katherine Remick, MD, FAAP, FACEP, FAEMS
Early high-quality CPR may represent a path to better outcomes.
Scott DeBoer, RN, MSN, CPEN, CEN, CCRN, CFRN, EMT-P; Emily Dawson, MD; Lisa DeBoer; Julie Bacon, MSN-HCSM, RNC-LRN, NE-BC, CPN, CPEN, C-NPT; and Michael Seaver, RN, BA
Calm down—it’s gotten easier to treat seriously sick kids.
Christina Bailey, RRT-NPS; Kevin Fazendin, RRT-NPS, C-NPT; Christopher Hall, MA, RRT-NPS, C-NPT; Sherrie Jones, RRT, C-NPT; Katie Rincon, RRT; and Shari Stewart, RRT-NPS, C-NPT
St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital’s neonatal pediatric transport team stays on the leading edge of care for its littlest patients.
James Careless
How the Vie Scope and Voir Bougie helped change one agency's care.
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