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Friday, June 17, 2016

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TOP NEWS
EMT assaults partner, takes ambulance on wild ride
Over 600 emergency calls to fire, police during Orlando shooting
Memorial scholarship created in honor of EMT student
Paramedic calls cyclist MCI 'one of the worst calls' of his career: The truck killed 5 and injured 4, leaving first responders with a chaotic scene
Paramedic vows 'baby box' legal defense: Safe Haven founder will create a legal fund to defend women who could face charges from Child Services
Study: Up to 1 in 5 trauma victims may die unnecessarily: About half of deaths occur at the scene of the injury or enroute to the hospital
Report: Numerous deficiencies led to fatal aeromedical crash
Council: NY fire department can apply for ALS permit
EMS, fire commence campaign against leaving children in hot cars
Emails suggest officials struggled how to tell public 911 was down
Disney gator attack brings back childhood horror for paramedic
Former EMT instructor pleads 'not guilty' to forcibly giving enemas
Rad-57: Quick and Noninvasive Assessment of CO Levels in the Blood
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EMS1 EXCLUSIVE
LVO stroke: How to improve EMS response and patient survival
By Robert L. Dickson, EMS1 Contributor
Here's how to understand the role of EMS in unraveling the pre-puncture problem for patients with large vessel occlusive stroke.
Is your team trained? 
STICKING TO THE BASICS
Clinical scenario: Soccer player with a leg injury
By Patrick Lickiss, EMS1 Columnist
You are dispatched to a local park for an adult with a traumatic extremity injury. What would you do?
Making the right call 
FITNESS & HEALTH
Ramp-up tones cut FF, medic rapid-heart response to station alarms
By Jay MacNeal & Joe Murray, EMS1 Contributors
Gradually increasing the volume of alarm tones will reduce fatigue, tachycardia and potentially long-term physical and psychological disorders.
Lower heart rates 
LIFESTYLE & OFF-DUTY
The 7 best EMS movies of all time
By Megan Wells, EMS1 Contributor
We will be shocked if you've heard of number one. 
Have you seen them? 
INSIDE EMS PODCAST
What the Orlando shooting means to first responders
Our co-hosts discuss safety and protocol in the wake of the Orlando shooting, as well as tackling hate and lack of diversity in EMS.
Listen to the podcast 
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How to perform effective CPR on a pet
Remember 2 Things: How to avoid common glucometer mistakes
446Epi label change will cut medication errors
242Former EMT instructor pleads 'not guilty' to forcibly administering enemas
229Community paramedicine agreement approved for 11 Nev. EMS agencies
197Orlando shooting: No HIPAA waiver needed or granted
149Community paramedic bill signed by Colorado governor
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