It always seems to happen in 3’s. This time it started as I was doing an interfacility transport. I had a patient with a significant head injury. Her C-spine was cleared and I had strict instructions to keep her head elevated about 30 degrees. During the transport I considered how we are always taught to… Continue reading Proper Immobilization With Head Injury
Emergency Medicine at the Breaking Point…. The following guest blog was written by Matthew Bassett, an Emergency Response Manager for a company located in Maryland, and an EMT-B. The viewpoints below are Matthew’s, and not of Emergency Medical Products. We all have a horror story. Most of us have more than one. The triage nurse… Continue reading Emergency Medicine at the Breaking Point….
My name is Julie Brady, RN, NREMT-P, and I am an EMS insturctor/coordinator at Waukesha County Technical College (WCTC) which is located in southeast Wisconsin. I have been asked by Emergency Medical Products (EMP) to contribute to the exchange of ideas and stories on challenges that are encountered everyday in our practice and the EMS field. I encourage you… Continue reading Welcome to the EMP Blog….share your thoughts