Lots has been written about about sepsis lately, and I figured, why not one more? The scope of this article, … More The Sickness that Shocks – Sepsis
Sadly, it appears that September 11th has passed into the realm of just another forgotten holiday. I spent my day reminding people … More Just Another Day
As a firefighter, I see a lot of burns, either thermal, chemical, electrical, or even scalds from hot liquids. Firefighters … More Burn Care At It’s Best
I was thumbing through Facebook this afternoon when an alert came up in my feed about people liking a top … More When Personal Issues Aren’t Personal
Tradition defined by Webster’s as an inherited, established, or customary pattern of thought, action, or behavior. This is especially true … More Because… Tradition!
If you missed Part 1, go check it out. When we meet COPD patients in the field, they should already … More COPD: Emphysema Part 2
What makes a successful cardiac arrest save? I’d boil it down to a few key components: Timing Bystander competency Provider … More Anatomy of a Cardiac Arrest Save
Everybody loved Spock. But the acting legend behind him, Leonard Nimoy, was diagnosed with a disease that is all too … More The Death of Leonard Nimoy: A Lesson on COPD
Sadly, I won’t be attending EMS Today. Just too much on the schedule. Those of you going, stay safe.
Several weeks ago (well, over a month now) I was approached by the American Recall Center (go check them out!) about publishing … More Recognizing Stroke