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Monday, June 13, 2016

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Orlando shooting: Paramedics delayed by suspicious device
Orlando shooting victim planned to become an EMT
EMTs live-stream video from ambulance, ignore emergency call
Last of the 49 bodies removed from Orlando nightclub: At least 53 people were hospitalized, and a surgeon said the death toll was likely to climb
NY city auctions off ambulances despite union grievance: The grievance has yet to be resolved and could require the city to reinstate the ambulance service
FDNY celebrates LGBTQ members, community leaders: The new tradition will recognize the contributions of the department's members
Boston Fire sends mental health pros to Orlando
Maine council to decide new fees for excessive nonemergency calls
Man with weapons, explosives en route to pride festival arrested
Homegrown talent may be key to hiring more minority first responders
Md. fire co. honors EMS, firefighters at ceremony
Fla. fire department receives EMS motorcycles
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FROM THE EDITOR
Rapid reaction: Responders need to level-up to match lethal capability of mass shooters
By Greg Friese, EMS1 Editor-in-Chief
EMS leaders, field personnel should review and reconsider their preparedness to respond to active shooters.
Preparing for the worst 
THE EMS CLASSROOM
Why EMS personnel need an off-duty bailout bag
By Dan Limmer, EMS1 Columnist
On- or off-duty EMS personnel need to be on the lookout for hazards and ready to operate in the warm zone.
Always be alert 
CAPNOACADEMY
3 things paramedics need to know about seizures and respiratory compromise
By Bob Sullivan, EMS1 Columnist
Understand how respiratory monitoring devices can be used to guide treatment during and after seizures.
Detect respiratory compromise 
CALLING A CODE GREEN
Self-care tips to recover from a traumatic EMS incident
By Ann Maria Farina, EMS1 Columnist
Responding to an active shooter incident can be career ending, but self-care and after-care can prevent problems and preserve your career.
A proactive approach 
PEDIATRIC CARE TIPS
5 ways paramedics can use a 3-way stopcock
Dr. Antevy demonstrates five uses for a 3-way stopcock, a valuable device which has many uses for providing care to critical pediatric patients.
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600EMS use of red lights and sirens is a dangerous sacred cow
45950 dead, 53 injured in mass shooting at Orlando night club
332Rapid reaction: Responders need to level-up to match lethal capability of mass shooters
232Paramedics save cardiac arrest victim while attending AHA conference
221Overdoses now top killer of Americans
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