Diabetic Medications There are a myriad of diabetic drugs out there, all with strange and difficult to pronounce names. So how do we keep this straight? It’s not important that you know the specific names. Rather recognize
Episode Transcript: Ross: Welcome to EMS Cast, where we provide high level education for you, the providers on the streets. I’m your host Ross Orpet Matt: and I’m Matt Mendes. Ross: And today we’re going
Are you running your traumas as efficiently as you should? Dave Edwards shares with us the ideal approach/philosophy/teaching tool to how theses calls should ideally go. This document is years in the making with input from Trauma
The sick asthmatic is one of the scariest calls you may run. You need to understand this is different from other respiratory distress. Your treatments can have a profoundly negative impact on the patient if you don’t
It seems like there are new drugs hitting the streets every month. That's because there are and there's a reason for that! Come learn why and what we need to look out for and be aware of
Ben Fisher, paramedic and NEMSIS guru, joins us to talk about what NEMSIS is and it’s importance to the career field. The National EMS Information System is the nation’s EMS data repository. NEMSIS is also the data
Dr. Wright joins us to discuss acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). There has been a lot said about ARDS recently given some of it’s similarities to the COVID-19 disease process. That being said ARDS has been around
Tips on calling medical control. Assistant Medical Director Whitney Barrett discusses the dos and don'ts of calling in for medical control.
This is still included in the A of ABCs but I got essentially no training on this in paramedic school. Airway problems are terrifyring without an approach to solve them. But when you have an approach you
We have important information to share. Where do our communication skills fail us and how can we be better?