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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

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Pa. woman charged with assault after fighting with EMT
6 shot, 3 others hurt in Houston; gunman dead
3 crew members remain critical after medical helicopter crash
2 SF paramedics investigated for incident in ambulance: A formal complaint was filed against the department regarding an incident that took place eight months ago
Calif. Gov. signs bill to teach CPR in high schools: Students can be taught the fundamental life-saving skill of hands-only CPR in 30 minutes or less
Ill. fire chief wants to change regulations to hire more paramedics:The current hiring list has about 50 to 60 people on it, about 70 percent of which do have paramedic training
Pa. schools stock up on Narcan
NJ ambulance crashes with patient inside
Heroin rescue efforts draw backlash nationwide
Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez dies in boating accident
Pa. bike ride honors EMS personnel who died in line of duty
Lawmakers vow to override Obama's veto of Sept. 11 bill
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CARDIAC CARE
Improving STEMI outcomes starts with building trust
By Hadley Mayes, EMS1 Contributor
Ada County Paramedics describes their collaborations with hospitals and doctors to improve STEMI care.
Raising the bar 
EMS LEGAL UPDATE
Why patient refusal documentation is in your best interest
By Ken Brody, EMS1 Columnist
When patients do not act in their best interest having them sign a patient refusal form is in your best interest as an EMS professional.
Protect yourself 
EMS EDUCATION
Teaching EMS dinosaurs to evolve
By Kelly Grayson, EMS Columnist
There are plenty of dinosaurs in EMS, whether they got their patch 30 years or 30 minutes ago, who are good-intentioned, well-meaning people with honorable motivations. 
Work together 
EMS1 EXCLUSIVE
Why 'Move, Escape, or Attack' is superior to 'Run, Hide, Fight'
By Mike Wood, EMS1 Contributor
The "Run, Hide, Fight" model lacks efficiency and flexibility to permit someone to evaluate the problem and choose the appropriate response.
Forewarned is forearmed 
REMEMBER 2 THINGS
More tourniquet application tips for EMTs and paramedics
Learn why and how to apply multiple tourniquets to control severe bleeding.
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2016 Air Force EMT Rodeo highlights
Sepsis: Know the signs
How New Technology Makes Mobile Stroke Units Safer
Frazer, builder of the nation's first mobile stroke unit, adds new levels of protection for medics and patients in crash conditions.
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