The fire attack is one of the most vital operations of a fire company, protecting property and returning the environment to a livable condition
Some thoughts I couldn’t get to on EMS Office Hours yesterday on train wreck patients. I also ramble about the EMS 2.0 picture contest and excited delirium. This is the new edited version with the intro music. Enjoy!
Yet another blow to DCFEMS for medical malpractice. I comment on the situation and how it impacts you.
It’s about mid-afternoon on a warm fall day. You’ve been pretty steady throughout the day, but eventful. You were just … More Case Study – Altered Mental Status
Episode 6 podcast, try the edited version
Firefighting in the wildland environment is tough for the structural firefighter, so what can you use that you already have? … More Wildland Firefighting for the Structural Firefighter Part II
This week we talk about refusals. Sorry this is so late, I’ve been trying out call recorders and editing to … More Episode 5 – Refusing to Refuse
Welcome to the new and improved blog here at EMSBlogs.com! Don’t forget to change your bookmarks, blogrolls, and feeds to … More Welcome!
So, if you haven’t seen this video, you have been missing out. If you resemble this video, shame on you. … More The One with the Mechanism of Injury
The conclusion to the story… The patient continues to recover on the way to the hospital, recalling more and more … More 42 y/o M – Seizure Conclusion