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THE EVOLUTION OF THE FIRE SERVICE EMS VEHICLE BY GORDON M. SACHS Emergency medical services (EMS ..... is author of the forthcoming A Chief Officer`s Guide to Fire Service EMS (Fire Engineering). He has more than 20 years of fire service
The action should you take if you discover your patient has a gun on their person truly depends on several factors leading up to that moment, writes Jeremy Jones.
Firefighters are more susceptible to cardiovascular events than the average person because of their work environments and exertion levels, writes Robert C. Owens Sr.
Without question, the mass casualty incident environment is a chaotic scene. Quickly establishing a level of organization is essential, writes Demetrios A. Kastros.
The Congressional Fire Services Institute (CFSI) and the MedicAlert Foundation presented the 1st Annual Excellence in Fire Service -Based EMS Awards to three fire departments that have championed unique practices to enhance the quality of emergency medical care to their local communities.
DEVELOPING FIRE SERVICE / EMS PARTNERSHIPS: IS WAR EEALLY NECESSARY? BY GORDON M. SACHS Many fire departments across the country have been faced with the
fire service leaders guidance in resolving complex ethical issues that may emerge in local fire and emergency medical service ( EMS ) organizations, the National Society of Executive Fire Officers (NSEFO) and the Congressional Fire Services Institute
HOLLIDAY The one emergency service that should have cornered the customer service market is the emergency medical service ( EMS ). EMS is all about compassion and caring for a sick or injured individual. We interact with these individuals when
most comprehensive and updated infection control programs and practices for local-level fire and emergency medical service ( EMS ) departments available. The updated Guide to Managing an Emergency Services Infection Control Program provides new
Emergency medical service ( EMS ) crews of the Dallas (TX) Fire Department responded to the first confirmed case of Ebola reported in the United States. The