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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Fire Rehab


 
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Dear FireRehab Subscriber,
In this month's FireRescue1 Rehab eNews, our experts cover the persistent issue of PPE protection and exposure. Bruce Evans discusses how skin plays a role in firefighter rehab.

Jay MacNeal points out the importance of keeping tabs on abnormal vital signs after calls, and how firefighters should always follow up with their physicians during such an event.

Lastly, Charles Bailey breaks down how one fire department was able to reduce firefighter overhaul risks by using simple tools and processes. 
— The FireRehab Team
FEATURED ARTICLE
Skin's role in firefighter rehab
Firefighter research shows PPE exposure risk 
Chemical dangers: Skin protection from hazardous substances 
Rad-57: Quick and Noninvasive Assessment of CO Levels in the Blood
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EMS DOCS RESPONDING
Vital signs are only one component of fireground rehab
By Jay MacNeal et al., FR1 Contributors
Vital sign abnormalities during rehab may indicate a medical problem requiring the firefighter to follow-up with their primary care physician.
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BREAD & BUTTER BASICS
How one fire department reduced firefighters' overhaul risks
By Charles Bailey, FR1 Columnist
Simple tools and processes can reduce exposure risk without compromising the fire mission.
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