Health and Wellness

Counting Calories: Necessary for healthy lifestyle?

This guest post was submitted by Chris Adelman. Everyday EMS Tips always welcomes guest post submissions from EMS professionals, EMS educators, and EMS students. All others are asked to first make a contribution to the National EMS Memorial Bike Ride, see submission guidelines, before submitting a post. I appreciate Chris’ submission and his contribution to the […]

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EMS Week 2010: a Time to Think About Safety

This is a guest post by EMS Safety Expert Jim Love. If you want to guest post on this blog, check out the guidelines here. EMS Week is a time to celebrate. It is also a time to think about safety. I began my career in EMS before the first EMS week.  I remember the […]

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Intersitital Lung Disease Case Study

This is a guest post by respiratory therapy and EMT-B student Jared Scott. If you want to guest post on this blog, check out the guidelines here. Respiratory Emergencies are Common It is estimated that as many as 1/4 911 calls are respiratory-related. We all know how to treat the individual calls, but sometimes it […]

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Holiday Work Planning Tips for EMS Professionals

Steve Kanarian, EMS educator and retired paramedic, shares his tips for planning for the holidays. Steve writes: A career in EMS is stressful enough while balancing personal, family and work needs. The holidays are a time when EMS providers can be put under enormous stress due to family functions, treating critical patients, high call volume […]

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5 Tips to Survive a Terrorism Related MCI

On this anniversary of 9/11 EMS responders reverently watch the flag and remember those that were lost on September 11, 2001. Many EMS providers who have not experienced a large scale MCI may wonder, “How will I stay safe during a terrorist attack or large scale MCI? Steve Kanarian, a retired NYFD EMS Lieutenant and […]