N.Y. EMS Providers Recognized by Cardiac Arrest Survivor for Life-Saving Efforts

A Polish case study reviews a resuscitation effort. 
Thousands of the devices worldwide can experience unexpected problems without the update, though none have been reported so far.
Researchers conducted a study evaluating the comfort level of 9-1-1 callers receiving care from EMS providers with prior legal convictions.
CHS Mobile Integrated Health Care was given AHA's Lifeline EMS Gold Award for employing quality improvement measures in myocardial infarction treatments.
Fentanyl administration has declined by 51% in several communities since January's addiction-combating initiative was effected.
A study has found that people suffering from PTSD due to their involvement with the recovery process after 9/11 are at greater risk for strokes and heart attacks.
Gus Gonzalez, Michael Scott, and Justin Rearick were thanked by the man they saved from cardiac arrest.
Since the Department of Public Health issued a statewide standing order for naloxone in June, 27 organizations have been authorized to administer the drug without prescriptions.
Mike Lynn is teaching first responders how to recognize victims of human trafficking when dealing with patients.
Following a lukewarm public response, the writing group will review some key sections. 
Hanover Fire Department's new program ensures its members have vital information on treating residents' specific medical needs.
Consisting of 28 firefighter-EMTs and paramedics, Cambridge Fire Department's bike team has staffed 13 events since May/
The Pain Project promotes safer, more effective alternatives to opioids and helps connect sufferers to help.
A keen EMS observer can detect a lot about their patient’s condition.
It often creates an 'us vs. them' mentality that's counterproductive and unfair to patients in pain.