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Community, Labor Organizations Rally for Buffalo EMTs, Paramedics

Rural/Metro Employees Working Without a Contract BUFFALO, N.Y., Nov. 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Representatives from the Buffalo community and labor organizations joined Teamsters Local 375 today to show support for emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and paramedics employed by Rural/...

Expand the Role of Paramedics to Ensure Future of EMS in Canada

Toronto - A lucid vision statement enabled by the chiefs of Emergency medical services has underlined the need for enhancement of community based healthcare, which will// result in reduction of healthcare costs as well as ensure the future of paramedical services in Canada. Group president Br...

Careless Paramedics Spread Infection

Health officials and hospital administrators said that they are requesting patients to take a blood test. They are contacting about 300 morbidly obese patients// for a blood test for HIV and Hepatitis. Scripps memorial hospital in San Diego, California said that a nurse had failed to follow proper ...

NetMotion Wireless Boosts Mobile Productivity for Bell Ambulance

...lance calls per month, employs nearly 200 EMTs and paramedics and has a fleet of more than 40 ambulances, includ... of our wireless deployment is to provide EMTs and paramedics easy and secure access to patient information and,...er, higher quality care." "Bell Ambulance's paramedics need fast and secure access to patient data when r...

The International Association of Fire Fighters and Masimo Team Up on a New Global Campaign to Raise Awareness of Carbon Monoxide-Related Death and Injury Risks for Fire Fighters

... -- representing more than 295,000 full-time professional fire fighters and paramedics who protect 85 percent of the nation's population. With one of the most act...ington, IAFF serves as the primary advocate for providing fire fighters and paramedics with the tools they need to perform their jobs and is the driving force beh...

Insightful Handbook for Alzheimer's Caregivers

...unnel" feature a compilation of touching stories that any reader will relate to and benefit from reading. Ideal for caregivers, nursing students, paramedics and pastors, "Alzheimer's Days Gone By" arms readers with the tools they need to survive their caregiving journey and not lose sight of the light at t...

Barriers Hinder EMS Workers From Using Best Resuscitation Practices

...g a pulse prior to transport is really important. paramedics can't provide good CPR in the back of an ambulance... The American Heart Association recommends that paramedics on the scene administer good-quality CPR, shock th...ask for immediate transfer to the hospital. Allow paramedics to spend all the time they need for a thorough res...

Even After Death, Heart Attack Treatment May Not End

...ck that occurs outside of a hospital are slim, but paramedics often take people who have died to a hospital anyw...nes, a new study finds. In the United States, paramedics treat almost 300,000 people with cardiac arrest ea...ort in the field not be taken to a hospital. After paramedics have tried and failed to resuscitate a patient, th...

Jackson's Death Puts Spotlight on Sudden Cardiac Arrest

...t Jackson probably could not have been saved, even though he was staying in a home that is only a six-minute drive from the UCLA Medical Center, where paramedics brought him for treatment. The underlying causes of heart attacks and sudden cardiac arrests are often the same, said Dr. Kirk Garratt, director of...

MDA Cancels Remainder of Nationwide Summer Camp Program to Protect Children From Swine Flu

... children are at such high risk for complications from the flu virus. All children registered for camp as well as camp counselors, medical staff, paramedics and other volunteers are screened for any possible exposure to swine flu, as recommended by the CDC. Some volunteers were turned away based on this sc...
Paramedics in Medical Technology

Treatment Shows Excellent Results for Providence Tarzana Patients Following Cardiac Arrest

...o other Valley medical centers to use not just in the emergency rooms, but throughout the hospitals. In fact, one recommendation involves working with paramedics to apply hypothermia treatment en route to hospitals, Dr. Brewster said. "We've done cooling measures for quite a long time, but there's never...

American Heart Association EMS Survey Uncovers Deficiencies in Response, Treatment and Transfer of Patients With Most Deadly Heart Attacks

...for EMS to communicate the 12-Lead ECG results to the hospital. Currently, paramedics use one or more of the following methods: verbally reporti...'s best for the patient." Other findings include: More paramedics should receive training on interpreting 12 lead ECGs. Funding is ne...

American College of Cardiology and Center of Excellence for Simulation Research of Western Michigan University (CESR) Partner for in situ Simulation to Improve Team Communication and Door-to-Balloon (D2B) Time

...n situ simulation offers a unique opportunity for clinical and interventional cardiologists, emergency department physicians, nurses, technicians, and paramedics to identify and rectify communication and system barriers to optimal acute MI care." "We are excited to have been selected by the ACCF/CESR partners...

Study Confirms That New Protocol Shortens the Time It Takes to Open Blocked Arteries for Heart Attack Patients

... cath lab for emergency angioplasty by authorizing paramedics to call ahead and alert the cath lab staff directl...restricted. According to Dr. Bachour, empowering paramedics to activate the cath lab as soon as they assess th...o matter what time of the day. In 2005, Hennepin paramedics began activating the cardiac cath lab from the fie...

Providence Hospital Study Finds Communication System Leads to Faster Heart Attack Treatment

...reduced dramatically with a communication system that makes it possible for paramedics to send real-time medical information from the field to hospital emergency ...tors while they are on the scene or transporting a patient to the hospital. paramedics place a 12-lead electrocardiogram on the patient and the data from that ECG...
Paramedics in Medical Products

AUDICOR® 200D

Description:...esigned to seamlessly fit into the existing workflow, AUDICOR products enable clinicians caring for cardiac patients in hospitals, clinics, as well as paramedics in the pre-hospital community, to rapidly and accurately assess high-risk cardiac patients. AUDICOR diagnostic data helps contribute in the earlier ad...
Company:Inovise Medical, Inc.

AUDICOR CE

Description:...esigned to seamlessly fit into the existing workflow, AUDICOR products enable clinicians caring for cardiac patients in hospitals, clinics, as well as paramedics in the pre-hospital community, to rapidly and accurately assess high-risk cardiac patients. AUDICOR diagnostic data helps contribute in the earlier ad...
Company:Inovise Medical, Inc.
Paramedics in Biological News

Study: Paramedics save more lives when they don't follow the rules

Survival rates following the most common form of cardiac arrest increased three-fold when emergency medical personnel used a new form of CPR developed at The University of Arizona Sarver Heart Center. The new approach, called Cardiocerebral Resuscitation, is dramatically different from guideline-di...

High-tech vehicle design boosts emergency rescue capacity

... The EUREKA E! 3722 4 SAVE project has resulted in a design for high tech polyvalent rescue vehicles able to take paramedics to a disaster area and immediately carry up to four patients away for treatment. The key element was the development of a completely new type of four-...

Prototype just-in-time medical device enables untrained bystanders to save lives

...le a year suffer sudden cardiac arrest in the United States. Sometimes the victim's life hinges on the help of bystanders, given that response time by paramedics following a 911 call is usually more than 6 minutes and that the probability of survival decreases 7?0% each minute after the incident. Studies show t...

Sensor web simulation investigates technique to improve prediction of pollution across the globe

... data for a particular event." Talabac offered the analogy of a search-and-rescue team whereby the unique skills of firefighters, police officers, and paramedics are brought together to form and then implement a plan to find and rescue a person in need of help. Computer forecast models can also help decide w...
Paramedics in Biological Technology

Family Medicine Cabinet: Free, New On-Line Tool Helps Track Your Medication Safety

...alth management, and in some cases, as a potentially life-saving information source. One consumer shared his printed MedNotes medication profile with paramedics in the ambulance and credits MedNotes with saving critical time and, potentially, his life on the way to the hospital. To create your own pers...

Kendle Expands Global Clinical Pharmacology Capabilities with Acquisition of DecisionLine Clinical Research Corporation

... a team of internationally recognized scientists, including clinical pharmacologists and neuropsychologists, physicians, research nurses, pharmacists, paramedics and research assistants. DecisionLine employs approximately 110 full-time and 130 part-time associates. The company has grown its revenue at an averag...

International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) Advocates Screening Fire Fighters for Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Using Pulse CO-Oximetry

...re fighters and emergency medical personnel who protect 85 percent of the nation's population, is the primary advocate for providing fire fighters and paramedics with the tools they need to perform their jobs, including implementation of new training programs and equipment. In a letter to all local union pres...

Cisco manager touts wireless advantages

...ork connections in their cars to link up their laptops, video cameras, printers and scanners, while ambulances can have full video teleconference from paramedics to the hospital. "Those are the kind of applications that bring wireless to life," Alexander said. "It just shows you the level of acceptance wirel...

Rocket docket speeds patent infringement suits

...or trial. Legal life on the rocket docket moves at warp speed, with few exceptions even for emergencies. In one instance, a hearing continued while paramedics rushed to the courtroom to attend to a defendant who was suffering a mini-stroke. The judge later explained the proceedings continued because the conf...

CIO Leadership Series: Tanya Townsend, Saint Clare's Hospital

...end, and the information is available in multiple settings. Everyone in the ER uses electronic records, including secretaries, nurses, doctors, and paramedics - and multiple people can work on the same record at the same time. "We can all be documenting at the same time on a given record," he said. Busin...
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