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EMS professionals looking to become certified paramedics can work toward their goal with free practice tests provided by Dynamic Path. Boston, MA (PRWEB) October
Ten members of the National EMS Academy were recognized by the Board of Directors of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) for achieving 20 consecutive years as nationally
In a new report, the UC Davis Institute for Population Health Improvement (IPHI) recommends that the state launch pilot programs to test a new model of community-based health care that would expand
Five members of the National EMS Academy were recognized by the Board of Directors of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) for achieving 30 consecutive years as nationally
American Heart Association Rapid Access Journal Report: Study highlights: Cardiac arrest patients may not be getting the best care by EMS personnel due to a number of external factors. EMS should have adequate time in the field to give high-quality CPR and other resuscitation efforts before transporting cardiac arrest patients. EMS should follow national guidelines for transporting cardiac arrest patients and determining when to end unsuccessful resuscitation efforts. DALLAS, June 30...
Local laws, insurance reimbursement and public misperceptions impede emergency medical services (EMS) workers from using best resuscitation practices, according to a study reported in Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes.
By EARL KELLY Staff Writer BALTIMORE - A national panel will review the protocols Maryland uses to determine which patients are taken from accident scenes to trauma centers, state officials said Monday.
Today, EMS Chiefs from coast to coast called on Canada's federal leaders to demonstrate real leadership and recognize the importance of emergency medical care in the everyday lives of average Canadians.
By Jennifer Upshaw, The Marin Independent Journal, Novato, Calif. Jul. 6--Temperatures were hovering near the century mark last month and San Rafael resident Barbara Perinoni just wasn't feeling well. Her daughter called 911.
By David Pittman, Amarillo Globe-News, Texas Jul. 2--When paramedic Kelly Daniel recently offered a class for anyone interested in joining emergency response as a medical technician, he got 12 applications. Only one has stuck around long enough to take the certification exam.