“I ain’t done yet!”
The death watch for spinal immobilization on a long backboard continues to gain steam.
If you are miserable and hate our patients, I don’t want you working with me.
Many people believe that once you enter the hospital doors, you are no longer in charge of your patient.
Sickle cell patients are so used to pain that they rarely show it.
A paramedic is only as smart as all the calls he has ever done minus those he has forgotten about.
You are the dispatcher for the cath lab.
I recently participated in a podcast at EMS EduCast on pain management.
Do the rhythm check with a loaded gun and be ready to fire when you see v-fib.
We use to update our regional paramedic guidelines every two years, but we have taken a new approach where we hope to update every six months, provided we have good evidence behind our changes.