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Video: CPR Needed Smartphone App

The call to action in this video is incredible. The potential of the app for citizen first response to cardiac arrest is even more...

Announcement: Everyday EMS Athlete Column Prize Package from Magnum Boots USA

Last week we posted the latest Everyday EMS Athletes column with a profile of paramedic Buck Feris. The column’s lead sponsor, Magnum Boots USA,...

Video: EMSEduCast at EMS Today

This episode of the EMSEduCast - the only podcast by and for EMS educators was recorded at EMS Today 2011 by the ProMed Network....

Overhead at Lunch with the Kindergarten Class

As part of my son's birthday celebration I had lunch with him and his classmates in the school cafeteria. I asked on classmate, "Are...

EMS Conference Attendance: Tips to Reduce the Cost Part 1

In March I have been fortunate to attend two of the top EMS and Fire conferences. In early March I was at EMS Today...

Reader Question: Impaled Metal Object, Traumatic Arrest

What would you do? “A patient has been impaled on a rod on an iron fence which has gone straight through the body. Would it...

iPhone App: MediBable a free Medical Translation App

Check out the iMedical Apps review of MediBabble a free medical translation app. Paramedics and EMTs have you used MediBabble in the field? How well does...

Press Release: Hurl-e Wins JEMSY Judges' Choice at #EMSToday

Congratulations to our friends at RAMEDIC, maker of the Hurl-e, on winning the Judges' Choice Best New Product at EMS Today. Press release below....

Announcement: EMS World Expo 2011

Registration Now Open for August 29-September 1 in Las Vegas EMS World Expo is one of my favorite EMS events. Each year Expo brings together...

App Review: SMART-ICE

This is a guest app review by critical care paramedic JD Graziano. If you want to guest post or review on this blog, check...

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