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By | April 14, 2014

18 Texas EMS Magazine March/April 2013 Local & Regional EMS News John Green, EMT-P, is a busy man who works in a city fire department, volunteers as a

Ponder This One of the most serious gynecological emergencies an EMT may encounter is ectopic pregnancy. The word ‘ectopic’ is Latin for ‘out of place’; an ectopic pregnancy occurs when a fertilized egg implants outside the mothers uterus.

This is a light month for articles since it’s the summer. We have a brief review of a new synthetic opioid. I have reviewed 2 new research articles and I have also EMT-Ps do a great job detecting patients who have ST-segment elevation MI,

REMAC News The REMAC • Failure to maintain a valid NYS EMT-P card will invalidate your REMAC certification. Do you find the articles informative and educational? _____ What

No matter how we get our news (newspaper, radio, TV, or EMT-P dIrECTOr MaINE EMs Respect….Responsibility…Professionalism Editorial Chairman and Special Articles Kelly Roderick kr8264@gmail.com 141 Fairfield Street Oakland, ME 04963 Copy Editor

STEMI NEWS January 2009 Contra Costa STEMI System Performance Dispatchers, EMT’s, paramedics, doctors, nurses, cath-lab personnel and cardiac interventionalists, all Recently we have had several articles on our STEMI

News from the National 911 Program EMT 202-366-5030 noah .smith@ @dot .gov The 911 Resource Center is Building Content— We Need Your Help! The National 911 Resource Center is seeking articles of interest to include in its online information . The Center

The Finger Lakes EMT CPAP demonstration project reported completing provider training but not yet treating any patients. SEMAC also proposed creation of a Community Paramedicine TAG. News from the State EMS Council (SEMSCO) – January 2013 (page 4)

Local & Regional EMS News Dr. Mark Escott attended San Jacinto College in 1993 and now serves as medical director of the North Campus’ Emergency Medical Technology program. Submitted photo by Agapito Sanchez. Former student becomes


REMAC News The REMAC Certification & Credentialing subcommittee reviewed outcomes of written exams for a total of 407 candidates. Goldstein, EMT-P at the Office of Medical Affairs via goldsts@fdny.nyc.gov or 718-999-0364.

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