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Thursday, September 1, 2016


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Texas medics cleared to transfuse blood products, make narrow save
Orlando shooting 911 calls reveal panic, frustration
Over 400 NY agencies participate in EpiPen replacement program
New protocol for Mo. medics: Go in as soon as scene is 'safe enough':EMTs are asked to be more aggressive in situations like mass shootings and industrial accidents
Report: 9/11 first responders show early memory problems: About 800 first responders have died so far of toxins released during the destruction of the WTC
Army reports survival rates improving for soldiers wounded in combat: Rates have increased partially due to enhanced medical training and techniques for military medics
Ore. counties launch 911 texting service
FDNY ambulance hits, kills man
Ohio court: Good Samaritan law protects all who help in emergency
Wash. EMT's license suspended after felony conviction
Md. county trains public to administer Narcan
Pizza delivery woman saves life before EMTs arrive
EMS needs planning, preparation to mitigate the effects of terrorist attacks
By Art Hsieh, EMS1 Columnist
A National Academy of Medicine paper describes best practices for EMS responses to active shooter, bombing and terror attacks.
Prepare for the future 
Are EMTs resilient enough?
By Bryan Fass, EMS1 Columnist
Improving resiliency through regular exercise and smart nutrition is essential to helping EMS providers cope with traumatic stress.
Get moving 
7 federal payer expectations of EMS
By Page, Wolfberg & Wirth, EMS1 Columnist
Here are the seven expectations all ambulance services should strive to meet when dealing with Medicare, Medicaid and other federal payers.
Stay informed 
6 questions EMS leaders must answer about buying an ePCR system
By Mike Rubin, EMS1 Columnist
If you’re considering ePCR for the first time or replacing a legacy system, start with these six key questions.
Upgrade your agency 
4,536Texas medics cleared to transfuse blood products; make narrow save
744Over 400 NY agencies participating in EpiPen replacement program
329Pa. hospital gets new MedEvac chopper
188Pit crew cardiac arrest resuscitation training
1804 Pa. area ambulance companies join forces to deal with higher costs, EMT shortage
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