One of our local Fire/EMS people was involved in a terrible accident and is fighting a long battle to recover. I’d like you to take a second to help him out. Please read and share this post, help us all help him.
Every ambulance operating in the United States should be able to obtain a 12-lead EKG. It doesn’t matter if they work in an urban or rural area nor does it matter if they are BLS, ILS, or ALS. Here are some tips that you can take to your communities to support you getting it.
Two of my opinions on EMS are possibly in conflict with some other of my opinions on EMS. Am I a hypocrite? Come on and take your shots at me… because I haven’t changed any of my potentially offending opinions yet.
Looking to brush up on your EMS 12-lead EKG skills? Here are a few tips you can use to help make the most of this important EMS tool. All levels of EMS provider should have 12-lead acquisition and transmisson capability. It’s the standard of care.