Archive for May2014

Clear Some Space

“Get the board and straps!” How many cardiac arrests have you been to over the years when these words have been said in the first few minutes of arrival on scene? It is conditioned in us. I hear it from the paramedics, the EMTs, the first responders. These days, I say, “No, not just yet. […]

Patient Handover

In our region we have hotly debated the issue of EMS leaving run forms prior to leaving the hospital. We have been debating this for over twenty years. Sure, ideally you deliver the patient, you go to the EMS room, you sit down and write a detailed and thoroughly documented PCR describing everything about the […]

Medication Discrepencies

I have wanted to do EMS research for many years. At long last, my first official research project with official IRB approval was completed, and our poster below was presented at the New England Regional Society of Academic Emergency Medicine Conference last March. Mark Andreae, a third year medical student and EMT, was the key […]