"Our paramedic response unit uses this. But like Skip, I'd advocate breaking things up. The best place for NTG & ASA is in the monitor pouches, and you don't really need to throw your 2nd and 3rd line meds into the first-in bag.…"
"We use a lot of PLANO plastic containers.
However, recent movement has been in the OPPOSITE direction. Our single "carry everything in" blue bag has become unreasonably heavy, and thus the source of discomfort and injury. …"
Hello,I am trying to consolidate our ambulance medications that are currently in several places into one med kit. Unfortunately, I am having a terrible time finding a bag, box or other container that works well.I was wondering if anyone is willing to share what your agency uses? Does it work well? Would you do anything differently?I am almost ready to go back to the good old Plano box! Your help is appreciated.…See More
"Important qualifier: insurance pays for an attorney. Depending on how your policy is written (and the cheaper it is, the more likely it is written this way), you may give up your right to decide whether your actions are truly defended to the end or…"
"Check with your insurance agent to find out what your policy covers when it comes to occupational driving.
Second, check with your homeowners insurance carrier to see if you can get an "umbrella" general liability policy that includes…"
"http://www.hpso.com/ is the insurance endorsed by NAEMT. As an EMT-B it is $160, for a Paramedic it would be $177.75. This is for Pennsylvania, full time, over one year out of school, no professional organization membership. …"
"You were pretty safe with the Board of Nursing. Just for fun I checked the state level EMS committees and found that one is required to have 0 EMTs out of 32 members and the other only 3 EMTs out of 8 members.This…"
"I think both paths are good ones to have available.
The community paramedic, or other expanded role, is great for people who want to further their education and responsibilities but have an interest…"
"Colorado allows all levels of EMS providers to apply EKG leads and transit data. I was actually surprised to find this specifically addressed in our state rules.
In my system I am not aware of anyone who actually…"
"A "differential" generally referes to additional pay above your normal pay to work an undesirable shift (i.e. night differential). It sounds like your describing that you only get paid $1.60/hour at…"
"Skip is right on with his comments.
It's been my experience that most people who work nights or 24 hour shifts in EMS want to. I'm one of those and I want a differential to work days! It's busier, there are…"
I live in Fresno, California just back from Bagram Airbase, Here is my story about my unmasking the"Ugly American” with WWLR out of Fayetteville, NC and the medical fraud that took place at Bagram Airbase. Your medic warrior brother My you tube, cut and paste below to see my video http://youtu.be/jj1H1Q31NaA Thanks Major Mike Reisman Major US Army Ret-RN CS FNP PS You would not believe the hate mail I did recieve over this post for not looking the other way.Delete Comment
I think we may have worked together for a short time at Twin City. I worked there part time from 2001-2002. I was in Buffalo over the holidays and saw several scattered around Tonawanda and Amherst. It brought back memories.
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