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EMS World September 2019

EMS World September 2019 cover

The September issue is all about innovations, with reports on a new community care model in New Orleans and new ambulances for a service in Oklahoma, as well as a new joint approach to fighting the opioid crisis. Other features look at etiquette for the disabled, a narrow escape from California's Camp fire, and the role of EMS in terminal extubation, as well as weighing the pros and cons of mobile stroke units. 

John Erich
Trapped by the Camp fire, nurses, EMS providers, and patients sought desperate shelter in an abandoned home.
Hilary Gates, MAEd, NRP
Wary providers provided input every step of the way.
Stephanie Noriea, Esq.; Jared Oscarson, NRP, FACPE
Ready Responders’ model uses telehealth to bolster community care.
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