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Advances in Resuscitation – CCR If you’re not doing it now, you will be

New advances in the fight agains Sudden Cardiac Arrest – There’s some exciting results here. We seem to be getting a fighting chance.

Could it be? A Good EMT-B Student?

EMS Students these days… What’s with you? Was I like that? Probably. Here’s a kid I had lately that I think’s gonna be alright.

Scenarios. A lot of EMS, a little Einstein

A while back ago I had a kick where I did a scenario-based EMS ethics piece that took a look at a possible situation that could be faced by some Paramedics and asked readers what they would do in that case. The response was pretty good. You should add your opinion here. I use a […]

Alternative Circulatory Access Strategies – Hi Ho IO

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A while back ago, Steve over at http://theemtspot.com wrote a great post on Gaining IV Access. In the post, he’s got some great strategies for getting your IV starts every time. But, as we all know, sometimes you just can’t get the darn catheter to go into that tiny vein for whatever reason. Try as […]

Soapy Pictures – The EMS Narrative Report

EMS Narrative reporting is a skill that you must master. Here’s some great information that you need to learn in order to master your EMS narrative report writing.

The DNT Order??

Tonight I would like to take a few moments to hit on what is one of my top-ten all-time use-a-lot-of-dashes-in-between pet-peeves in EMS and probably in health care in general. It’s the “DNT” or “Do not Treat” order. It might just as well be called the “DNC” or “Do Not Care” order, or “Do Not […]

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