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EMS is an inherently stressful profession, and some chronic stressors may have an impact on safety.
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Exploring the link between job-related stressors and adverse events in EMS.
This study is a preliminary step toward determining if capnography readings, a noninvasive and relatively easily collected vital sign, can help direct the right patient to the right care at the right time.
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Does a low reading in the field have predictive value in trauma?
Which drug achieved better sedation in the prehospital environment, ketamine or midazolam?
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How do the safety profiles stack up head to head?
Where EMS bags and gear sit may influence providers' care and health.
PCRF Clinical Articles
Where your bags and gear sit may influence both your care and your health.
There seems to be wide variation in treatment protocols for pediatric asthma.
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Can a new study shed some light on available treatments?
The Prehospital Care Research Forum honors the year's best EMS research.
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EMS World presents the latest investigations curated by the Prehospital Care Research Forum.
Dyspnea can be difficult to assess objectively.
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A severity rating tool falls short in a validation study.
This CPR improvement project used small tests of change to successfully reduce interruptions in chest compressions. (Photo: Handtevy Pediatric Emergency Standards)
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A QI team looks for ways to reduce CPR interruptions as care transitions.
Pilot study examines alternative defibrillation strategies for cardiac arrest
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A pilot study of the last-ditch cardiac arrest intervention previews what we might see in a full trial.
The homeless frequently interact with EMS and often have chronic health conditions.
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Residents of a shelter share their experiences and interactions.
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