Urine discoloration usually results from a benign cause, but is sometimes due to a serious underlying pathology. Here are some quick tips for evaluation of this common complaint.
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Carbon Monoxide is a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas which results from incomplete combustion of carbon containing fuel. Here’s some quick tips for managing this deadly condition. Continue reading “Carbon Monoxide Toxicity”
One of these tracings was made using expedient field electrodes. Can you tell which one? Continue reading “Can You Spot the Difference in These EKG Tracings?”
If you want to make your life easier, don’t start your shift without these items in your pockets! Continue reading “9 Items That Should Be In Every Paramedic’s Pocket”
Abdominal pain is common complaint that can arise from many different etiologies. Here’s some tips to help you differentiate appendicitis from other problems in the field. Continue reading “Differentiation of Acute Appendicitis in the Field”
Achieving first pass success with any procedure requires proper preparation, and intubation is most certainly no exception. One of the most important things you can do to improve your intubation success rates is positioning your patient. Here are a few tips to help you get it right the first time. Continue reading “Increase Your Intubation Success With Proper Positioning.”