The EMS Today Conference and Exhibit hall had its own Android and iPhone App called EMS2Go 2012. I installed the app on my Android phone the first day of the show and tried to use it throughout my time at EMS Today. 3 Ways I used EMS2Go 1. Find vendors. My top use of the […]
Tag: Smartphone App
This post was contributed by Ray Coleman of Creative Custom Applications. PQR is an application for iOS devices developed by Creative Custom Applications. PQR is an easy to use quick reference for weight based pediatric treatment guidelines. Life saving information is quickly available on your iOS device. PQR includes: Resuscitation & Arrhythmias Postresuscitation Rapid Sequence […]
App Information: RSI Wizard
This post was contributed by Ray Coleman of Creative Custom Applications. RSI Wizard is an application for iOS devices developed by Creative Custom Applications. Rapid Sequence Intubation is a highly risky intervention for Health Care providers to perform. RSI Wizard has step by step instructions on the RSI procedure. RSI Wizard also includes a RSI […]
Angry Birds: Backyard Edition
Or the Circle of Life played out in my backyard.
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 incredible. What are you doing to bring this app and capability to your community?
How do you write notes in the field? Do you use scraps of paper, a smartphone app, or a tablet PCR? A new EMT asked me for ideas for tracking the patient assessment details they learned during the patient assessment. I have used a variety of methods. 1. Paper notepad. My favorite has always been […]
EMT Review App EMTReview.com, a sponsor of EverydayEMSTips.com, announced today that their test prep and skill sharpening product is now available for the Android. Read the full announcement about this fantastic Smartphone App for EMTs and Paramedics. Fire/EMS Blog of the Year FireCritic.com announced the Fire/EMS Blog of the 2010/2011 contest sponsored by Black Diamond. […]
3 Tips for Thanksgiving Airport Travel
I have been to a lot of airports this year – too many airports. If you are traveling this Thanksgiving holiday you might find these tips useful. 1. Remain Calm. If your flight is delayed, the plane is waiting for maintenance at the gate, the line at security is long, or a child is crying; […]
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