A study published in the JAMA may have big implications for how we treat “Chest Pain” patients. It changed my care, will it change yours?
Charging fees for fire service – Is it a good idea? Or could the hook and ladder become the corporate ladder due to capitalism?
I’ve got a few things I want to talk with you about. Nitro and Ham, Moline, Illinois, and my fear of posting something.
Have you ever been called to an emergency on the property of a hosptial? A case in Canada provides a teachable moment for our profession.
Have you ever made one silly mistake in a formula and screwed up your whole database? No? Not a nerd, eh? Well look at what happened in Houston.
In this post I make the statement “If you’ve been a paramedic in the field for any length of time and this article doesn’t scare you, you’ve not been much of a paramedic for any length of time.” It will, trust me.
This case is so strange… I can’t believe it. I almost don’t *want* to know more. Did this really happen?
This article caught my interest, it’s a feud between CRNAs and Anesthesiologists from Colorado to Virgina. There’s a lot to learn here for EMS 2.0.
I found this news story out of Schaumburg, Illinois today. Perhaps you should read it, those of you who work local government. It’s of note.
The EMS news outlets are jumpin and there’s a disagreement among EMS people out there. What’s your take?