KGS TraumaFX Launches K9 Emergency Medical Training Simulator

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Fifty students met with a team from IU Health Lifeline Critical Care Transport to learn about flight medicine.
Law enforcement K9 handlers learn protective tips for their partners. 
Camp Fury is led by women working in fire and EMS to encourage girls who want to pursue careers in emergency services.
Given by Dr. Charles Gillespie, who established universal 9-1-1 services in Georgia, Albany Tech College will use the donation to support its EMS and paramedicine program.
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Understand a few key concepts to better comprehend research and its clinical significance.
The first of a two-part series looks at colors, cuffs, and CO2.
The 2017 Fentanyl Working Meeting report provides evidence-based recommendations for first responders working on the frontlines of the opioid crisis.
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American Heart Association's scientific statement addresses gaps in training that lead to flat survival rates for cardiac arrest victims.
About 150 youth from 18 volunteer emergency medical organizations competed in the June 9 Bayshore EMS Cadet/Youth Competition.
The county sheriff taught 20 school nurses how to be prepared for a shooting scenario.
The competitors brought their ‘A’ games, which put the pressure on those judging. 
The ambulance is stocked with medical supplies and a patient simulator to help students practice patient care in a more realistic setting.