The NREMT test is not trying to set you up for failure. To prove it, we run through 5 myths surrounding the NREMT test, discussing why they are not true.
We spoke with several experts on the NREMT recertification deadline, why the decision was made, and what it means for EMS providers going forward.
Though it doesn't happen often, people who cheat during EMS testing or falsify the necessary documents for certification face severe consequences.
In this Minute Review, Scott goes over a great tip on performing endotracheal tube intubation on an anterior patient.
An experienced EMS provider and educator discusses the use of CPR feedback devices, as well as the pros and cons of each type available on the market.
This program trains bystanders to take action to help people who are bleeding while EMS is on the way with tools such as Stop the Bleed kits.
Many professionals who have been involved in emergency medical services for a long time now were not provided the correct information at the beginning. Let's go through the correct seizure terminology we should all be using when referencing seizures.
During our patient assessment scenarios during lab training, every one of us learned to regurgitate scene safety and body substance isolation protocols. But did we really look over the scene? Did we really take the time to determine if we needed to wear more than gloves? The answer to both questions is “unlikely.”
A body of research suggests a link between Alzheimer’s disease and type 3 diabetes based on many factors, including insulin resistance and brain cognition. Learn more about this new diabetes development from the experts.
Autonomic dysreflexia is a medical emergency. Hypertension in a patient with a spinal injury is autonomic dysreflexia until proven otherwise. If you can treat the cause quickly, you can prevent some diseases that have high associated morbidity and mortality rates.