Understanding Burn Severity | EMS Study Help Tips

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As we continue with the EMS study guide help tips. This video highlights the key elements of burn severity. Know the difference between superficial, partial and full thickness burns. Having a good understanding of these...

Burns | Basics | EMS Study Help Tips

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Let’s get some key concepts on burns as we begin the latest segment of the Monday Minutes and the EMS Quick StudyHelp Tips. Claim your Insider Membership to Turbo Medic by joining the ranks...

What Is Folding And Why You Should Be Doing It Too

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Lend your PC, laptop, or Mac to the world’s largest medical computing supercomputers and help find cures and treatments… What is it? This project can help medical research scientists process protein folding data and molecular dynamic simulations...

New FDNY Cardiac Arrest Protocol is Reasonable

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In New York City, the protocol for cardiac arrest during the coronavirus pandemic has been changed. The protocol now states to pronounce the patient dead after 20 minutes, if there is no return of...

Adding More EMS To COVID-19 Response

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With the healthcare profession under siege from the COVID-19 pandemic, we need more professionals providing care now. But what is the best way to get providers out into the workforce? The NREMT made an attempt...

Staying Occupied

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Since the world has in many ways ground to a halt, I’ve been looking for things to do to keep busy. What passes for post retirement work has pretty much stopped as the doctors are...

Dr. David Price on How to Stay Healthy, While Treating COVID-19 Patients

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Here is a quote from 2007, written about the response to the 1918 influenza pandemic.   Influenza pandemics have occurred regularly every 30 to 40 years since the 16th century. Today, influenza experts consider the possibility...

EMS Quick Study Help Tips | Types Of Shock

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This segment of the EMS study help tips is the last on hemorrhage and shock. Remember these quick videos are key content elements you will often see on exams. EMT’s and paramedics should review...

When EMS Response Overrides COVID-19 Dangers

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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues. Dangers to EMS professionals increase, protocols for our response keep changing and the personal decision to potential exposure is becoming a reality some may not be able to ignore. EMS...

National Emergency is a Call to Service

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Early this week I wrote, “A letter to the American public: The COVID-19 pandemic national emergency is a call to serve” for EMS1. I usually write to the public safety audience so this was...