Medical Author Chat

I was fascinated to hear Greg’s Friese’s interviews of writers and look forward to listening to the rest of his series, including interviews with several authors of EMS books I had been unaware of.


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Thankfully it has been a quiet morning so far and that has enabled me to finish Responding, Michael Morse’s great sequel to his first book Rescuing Providence.

Intranasal Fentanyl

February 1 was the first day we would use intranasal Fentanyl.

Mortal Men E-Book

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So how can you read Mortal Men if you don’t have a Kindle or a Nook?

Pain – Why Call Now?

Sometimes I wish pain management were simpler….I wish that for every patient who said they were in pain, we could just turn on pain medicine like oxygen and let it flow.

Mortal Men: Paramedics on the Streets of Hartford

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My new book was published today. Mortal Men is a novel about paramedics in Hartford, Connecticut in the 1990s when a gang war was raging in the city.


The ancient Greeks believed this was how their universe operated. They were just pawns at the mercy of the gods who sat up on Mount Olympus and played with them while they drank wine and ate meat dripping with fat. One could only hope to win favor with the gods and protection — to be given gifts of strength and speed and not be sacrificed on a whim. Maybe today, this is how it is for us too.


So there I was in the evening darkness again, standing out at an MVA scene, back boarding a patient and I’m thinking, why am I freezing?

Jimmy Ryder

“He’s gone a couple a months now.”

New Regional EMS Treatment Guidelines

On February 1, 2012, our region (NorthCentral Connecticut EMS) our updates paramedic treatment guidelines will go into effect.

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