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Stories From the Streets: Cliff Rescue
Raphael Poch, January 23, 2021
A fall leaves a trauma patient in a difficult location for rescuers to reach.
Study: Pain Regimen Treats Surgical Trauma Patients with Fewer Opioids
January 22, 2021
Even with severe injuries, patients received affordable, generic medications to control pain while undergoing treatment and at discharge from a trauma center.
TacMed Introduces RISE Immobilization System
January 19, 2021
Tactical Medical Solutions will provide more than 150,000 groundbreaking splints worldwide over the next three years.
HHS Removes ‘X-waiver’ Requirement for Buprenorphine
January 17, 2021
ACEP applauds the removal of a ‘major obstacle’ to medication-assisted treatments for patients with opioid use disorders.
Monoclonal Antibodies for COVID Patients: One System’s Experience
James Careless, January 16, 2021
Pennsylvania’s Geisinger Health is using paramedics to bring the treatment to the public.
Grand Rounds: Is It Time to Reconsider Ketorolac?
Jeffrey L. Jarvis, MD, MS, EMT-P, FACEP, FAEMS, January 10, 2021
EMS needs more nonopioid options to manage pain.
Your Captain Speaking: Symptoms and Their Order Can Be COVID Clues
Dick Blanchet and Samantha Greene, January 08, 2021
Know which suggest coronavirus and which suggest something else.
Pharmacology 101: Fentanyl and Naloxone Pharmacology for EMS, Part 3
Daniel Hu, PharmD, BCCCP, January 04, 2021
What EMS providers need to know about naloxone.
Everyone Gets an Auscultation
Barry Bachenheimer, EdD, EMT/FF, and Kristina Dauernheim, MS, PA-C, EMT, January 03, 2021
Listen to the lung sounds—they can be important to EMS care.
Death Communication: What We’ve Failed to Teach
Alexandra Jabr, January 02, 2021
There’s nothing optional about the reality of confronting it on scene.
CPAP in the Prehospital Setting
Nathanael Smith, MD; Hawnwan Philip Moy, MD, January 01, 2021
When should you use it, and when should you avoid it?
The Edge: The Pitfalls of Phenytoin
Ashley Bauer, MSN, MBA, APRN, NP-C, CFRN, C-NPT, January 01, 2021
Its narrow therapeutic window makes it a risk for toxicity.
Resident Eagle: Time to Warm Up
Maddison S. Gowder, MD; Clifford L. Freeman, MD; and Corey M. Slovis, MD, December 30, 2020
What to do—and not do—when managing hypothermic patients in the field.
EMS Personnel Have 'Substantial Exposure' to COVID-19 Patients
December 21, 2020
Personnel spend more than 30 minutes with each patient on average.
Highlights of the Citizen CPR Foundation's Virtual Summit
Jonathan Bassett, MA, NREMT, December 14, 2020
'Putting Science Into Action' was the theme of the 2020 resuscitation conference.
In Colorado, Ketamine Becomes Political
John Erich, December 11, 2020
A high-profile death gets politicians involved—and hamstrings EMS.
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