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Thursday, March 31, 2016

Fire Rehab

March 31, 2016|View as webpage
Dear FireRehab Subscriber,
In this month's FireRescue1 Rehab eNews, Bruce Evans talks about how to know when firefighters hit the wall of true exhaustion. Evans also discusses how treating a firefighter with high blood pressure differs from treating civilians and Sara Jahnke gives us seven reasons firefighters should undergo annual physical tests. 
— The FireRehab Team
How to know when FFs hit the wall
Condition with high intensity training
Boost your heart rate and jump start your metabolism with this easy workout
Why FFs need cyanide poisoning training
Cyanide was one of the most discussed topics in the fire service a few years back
Rad-57: Quick and Noninvasive Assessment of CO Levels in the Blood
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Why firefighter high blood pressure is different
By Bruce Evans, FR1 Columnist 
Here's a look at why treating a firefighter with high blood pressure must be handled differently than treating civilians.
Word of caution 
7 reasons for annual firefighter physical tests
By Sara Jahnke, FR1 Columnist 
It is more important to know firefighters' physical abilities each year than at the beginning of their careers.
Change over time 
Fla. firefighters may have been exposed to asbestos in training
Students' firefighter health meter invention wins tech prize
Pa. fire marshal spots building fire during EMS run
How heart disease ended my firefighting career
More FireRehab News 
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Mayday: 6 trapped NY firefighters escape 2-alarm fire
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