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Jake
Static v. Dynamic: A Continuum of Cost
I whole-heartedly agree with Joey, what is our purpose? Why are we here? We are here to provide the best possible care to our patients. Part of best possible care is an expedient time-frame. I've been a dispatcher for 5 years, and I hate seeing my Medics get burned-out, but I hate even more so…
2015-07-20 07:13:24
Marcelo Bahl
Did You Watch ‘Nightwatch’ Last Night?
Hello, work in the EMS system in Brazil and whenever I can, I watch the episodes that leave recording to watch later, you show the reality of day-to-day of your city, which is very good and has no censorship as the shocking images that we see every day, because here everything is censored. One more…
2015-07-15 12:52:18
Jeffrey Hammerstein
Stop Dissing Response Times and Start Dissecting the Argument
I think that the position someone takes on this issue depends entirely on the circumstances of the particular EMS system they have in mind when they consider the question. If we're comparing a 7 minute response time to a 70 minute response time (or infinite as mentioned above), then of course it matters. That's a…
2015-07-03 11:44:45
Dave Shrader
Stop Dissing Response Times and Start Dissecting the Argument
I had meetings recently with a client in an underserved County. They have multiple tax supported volunteer organizations, and a City FD as EMS providers. The system is totally Balkanized with each agency doing it’s own thing. One agency failed to even respond to 66% of its calls last year. So, 66% of the time,…
2015-07-03 08:08:44
Surmed
Trauma Shears Dilemma
Dear Sirs, We D-MED Industries one of the leading company engaged in manufacturing and exports of Utility bandage scissors, EMT shears, Paramedic Scissors, Tactical Truama Shears, medical pouches, , medical bags and all sorts of medical scissors Our Manufacturing products range: = Utility Paramedic Scissors = EMT Trauma Shears = Tactical Shears for military use…
2015-06-25 02:40:30

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