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Monday, November 28, 2016


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Terrorism suspected in car-and-knife attack at Ohio State
Paramedic killed in Nev. air ambulance crash laid to rest
NJ firefighter-EMT dies after diving incident
Md. paramedic haunted by call helps raise funds for injured toddlers: Lt. Pamela Graham said the funds will go toward throwing a Christmas party and help the family start over
'Safety alert' delays medical response during 911 call: The alerts are meant to protect officers and medical crews on calls to homes previously flagged as posing some type of threat
First responders deeply affected by Tenn. bus crash: Fire chief: "It was something you shouldn't ever see"
Pa. patrol car, ambulance transporting patient collide
Kan. poised to allow greater access to Narcan
NJ EMT settles wrongful termination suit for $47K
Fla. woman calls 911 to talk about Trump, arrested
New Orleans EMS receives technical rope rescue equipment
Police: NY boy culprit of bogus 911 calls
Catch Me If You Can: STEMI Imposters
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How to position a patient after a fall
By Patrick Lickiss, EMS1 Columnist
Your patient has an apparent hip fracture after a fall and needs to be packaged for transport; did you make the right call?
Recognizing syncope 
What you need to know about transition from EMS to nursing
By Jeff Solheim, EMS1 Contributor
For EMTs and paramedics interested in nursing education and work, here are four things to know about bridge and degree programs.
Do your research 
Balancing work-performance expectations in EMS agencies
By Robert Avsec, EMS1 Columnist
Most EMS workplace conflicts are rooted in a mismatch between manager and employee understanding of responsibility, authority and accountability.
Finding a balance 
Is alarm fatigue causing prehospital patient care errors?
By Catherine R. Counts, EMS1 Columnist
Health care accreditation and safety organizations have cited alarm fatigue as a top patient safety risk.
Sounding the alarm 
Citizens as first care providers at fire and EMS incidents
Bystanders can stop bleeding, adjust an airway, start CPR and use an AED before an ambulance arrives.
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Ultrasound transducers, angles and modes explained
How to apply a tourniquet
356Prehospital use of ketamine
338Is fire-based EMS destroying our best EMTs?
174Double lung-transplant firefighter-EMT gets $25K gift
150Medical examiner office to carry Narcan, citing concern over carfentanil
104Remember 2 Things: Aggressive EMS treatment of sepsis
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