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EMS World May 2021

May 2021 EMS World cover

The May issue begins with a profile of a novel mobile ECMO program in Minneapolis/St. Paul and spotlights two key EMS Week themes with articles on simulation standards in EMS education and a Nevada service's emphasis on safety. Other features look at aortic dissection and excerpt a tale of National Park rescue, and the CE article concludes our look at back pain. Columns include Resident Eagle, Journal Watch, Leader's Digest, Vendor Viewpoint, and The Edge, and we induct two more to the EMS Hall of Fame. 

 

Michael W. Supples, MD, NRP, and Austin N. Baraki, MD
Risks, prevention, and how departments can help.
Demetri Yannopoulos, MD; Jason A. Bartos, MD, PhD; on behalf of the Minn. Mobile Resuscitation Consortium
A new approach to VF arrests holds promise for increased survival.
Jennifer McCarthy, MAS, NRP, CHSE-A
Along with accreditation, defining quality thresholds will ultimately benefit patients.
Glen Simpson and Janet E. Smith
How the service prioritizes safety in getting Las Vegas reopened.
EMS World Staff
Many on the front lines needed persuading—here are some tactics that worked.
Susan Long, MA, NRP
How can you be sure to hire the best candidates for open positions?
Antonio R. Fernandez, PhD, NRP, FAHA
A new analysis finds a clear mortality benefit.
Kevin Grange
A difficult patient, remote location, and steep slope combine for a challenging call.
Roger L. Layell, FP-C, CCP-C, CCEMT-P, NRP
If it looks like a STEMI plus a CVA, be vigilant for this life threat.
Jeffrey L. Jarvis, MD, MS, EMT-P, FACEP, FAEMS
We don’t know why, but a topical treatment seems to help.
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