Month: April 2017

Tick tock

Ultimately, a lot of what we’re doing in EMS is ferrying people towards their deaths.  In the literally-true-but-irrelevant sense, we’re all dying. But that’s not what I mean. Pre-hospital and Emergency workers spend a lot of time around people in their final hours and days, even though we don’t always think about it.  It’s easy

A better bridge?

Head on over to Emcrit to read Rory Spiegel’s take on mechanical CPR.  I’m fairly sure Rory has been reading the sporadic ranting of a certain paramedic on this topic, hence his brilliant, insightful work.  I’ll let him have his moment though The key to mCPR being useful is selecting the right patient who can benefit from