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Tuesday, August 2, 2016

EMS 1 Newsletter

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3 victims ID'd in Calif. medical plane crash
Medic 'secretly' in Laos receives Medal of Honor
Animal oxygen masks donated to Ill. EMS
2 NH paramedics injured in hit-and-run ambulance crash: The driver ran a red light at an intersection, where he crashed into the ambulance
EMT shortage plagues Pa. ambulance crews: Due to the EMT shortage, the missed calls rate has crept up to 5 percent or more
Ohio postal clerk performs life-saving CPR on customer: The clerk said he had only seen CPR done on TV but he started doing chest compressions anyway
Man takes drunken joyride in stolen NY ambulance
Woman gives birth after crash; Chief: 'Very lucky we didn't lose anyone'
Former ambulance service owner charged in child sexual assault
Pittsburgh man looks for off-duty EMT who saved his life
Texas crash deadliest balloon disaster in U.S. history
Health risks to consider before attending the Olympics
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When in doubt, extubate the patient
By Bradley Dean, EMS1 Contributor
Patients do not die from failure to intubate, but failure to oxygenate. When in doubt, pull out the tube.
'Do it for Drew' 
Teaching EMTs requires balancing art, science
By Kelly Grayson, EMS1 Columnist
To effectively lead in the EMT classroom be more artful, like Mr. Keating and less like J. Evans Pritchard.
Being a captain 
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3 ways to teach capnography with active learning
By Bob Sullivan, EMS1 Columnist
Add electronic response devices and video to lectures and train with simulation to keep learners engaged, stimulate discussion and apply content.
Practice with intention 
4-step process to write about EMS, health care policy
By Catherine R. Counts, EMS1 Columnist
The "Madman, Architect, Carpenter, Judge" technique is a useful process to convey complex ideas to field personnel, agency leaders and community stakeholders.
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Where is the patient?
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Remember 2 Things: Nausea relief without medications
2 tips if you are choking and alone
1,025Teen performs CPR, saves teammate in cardiac arrest
9538-year-old donates $2.2K from lemonade stand to first responders
540How to perform effective CPR on a pet
315EMT shortage plagues Pa. ambulance crews
12510 best sepsis assessment and treatment tips, articles and videos
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