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Monday, May 9, 2016

EMS 1 Newsletter


 
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Dear EMS1 Subscriber,
If you've not already seen it, our new Paramedic Chief digital edition is now available. The exclusive articles in this edition explore how to find and evaluate free medical information on social media. We also share examples of how educators are incorporating technology into their EMS training programs.

Let us know what you think after you've read the issue.
— EMS1 Team
TOP NEWS
Woman dies before air ambulance arrives, still charged $25K
Discipline for driver who drove ambulance into flood waters
911 dispatcher meets baby she helped deliver
EMS agency suffers $2.5M in hail damage to building, ambulances:Eleven MedStar ambulances and support vehicles were totaled and severely damaged after a hail storm
Ambulance boxed in by motorists, boy almost dies: An ambulance carrying a 7-year-old boy with seizures was trapped by two cars who refused to move
2 paramedics, patient injured after ambulance crash: The ambulance was rear-ended by a fast-approaching vehicle on a highway
Medic assaulted by drunk woman
Ind. EMS employees to vote on company's unionization
Code Green Campaign board member nominated for award
National EMS Weekend of Honor to pay tribute to fallen EMS heroes
Man charged with hitting ambulance, fire truck
Family thankful for paramedics' roofing job after man's fall
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EMS ARTWORK
Fire/EMS support for Fort McMurray evacuees
By Daniel Sundahl, EMS1 Columnist
The sense of camaraderie has been overwhelming as people continue to evacuate from Fort McMurray.
Brother and sisterhood 
MAKING EMS COUNT
Is alarm fatigue causing prehospital patient care errors?
By Catherine R. Counts, EMS1 Columnist
Health care accreditation and safety organizations have cited alarm fatigue as a top patient safety risk.
Negative outcome 
PRODUCT NEWS
Bound Tree Medical Sponsors EMS Strong Campaign
Academy Honors Exceptional Emergency Telecommunicators at Annual Navigator Conference
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FEATURED DEALS 
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BOUNDTREE UNIVERSITY
Prehospital Ultrasound: Emerging technology for EMS
By Dean Meenach, EMS1 Columnist
Review nine clinical applications to assess, treat and monitor patients.
Clinical applications 
CAPNOACADEMY
10 helpful stethoscope tips for EMTs, paramedics and students
By Caitlyn Armistead, EMS1 Contributor
Use these tips to pick the stethoscope best for you and to use it correctly on every patient.
Tricks of the trade 
FREQUENT FLYERS
The never-ending shift
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8103 reasons to use ketamine for prehospital analgesia
735Minn. man performs CPR for over 30 minutes, saves friend's life
638Prehospital CT scans possible with mobile stroke unit
415Photo of EMT mowing patient's lawn goes viral
30910 disturbing things EMS providers find when treating patients
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