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Objective. To evaluate the effect of a system of financial reward for emergency medical technicians (EMTs) who meet selected quality marker goals. Methods. This project was reviewed by an institutional review board (IRB) andwas found to be exempt from IRB review. Two operational andfour clinical...
Objective. Several topical therapies have been proposed to treat acute pain from exposure to oleoresin capsaicin (OC). The purpose of this study was to determine the most beneficial topical treatment for relieving contact dermatitis pain caused by OC exposure. Methods. We performed a...
There is inadequate information about the scope andcharacter of adverse events in prehospital care. However, there is ample evidence to suggest that prehospital patient safety hazards are often unique andunderrecognized. We first summarize what is currently understood about prehospital patient...
Objective. It remains unclear whether the “need” for care at a trauma center should be based on anatomic injury (the current standard) or specialized resource use. We investigated whether anatomic injury severity scores adequately explain hospital resource use. Methods. This was a...
Objective. Out-of-hospital endotracheal intubation (OOH-ETI) has been associated with adverse outcomes; whether transport distance changes this relationship is unclear. We sought to determine whether patients injured farther from the hospital benefit more from OOH-ETI than those injured closer....
Objective. The goal of trauma triage is to match resources to the needs of seriously injured patients. The trauma triage literature has used a variety of outcome measures to assess appropriate trauma activation. The objective of this study was to determine the agreement between procedural...
Background. Prehospital providers are constantly challenged with the task of managing airways in unpredictable andoften inhospitable environments. Air medical transport (AMT) crews must be prepared to work in restrictive spaces with limited resources while in the aircraft. This study examines...
Objective. The Medical Priority Dispatch System is an emergency medical dispatch (EMD) system that is widely used to categorize 9-1-1 calls andoptimize resource allocation. This study evaluates the ability of EMD andnon-EMD codes (calls not processed by EMD) to predict prehospital use of...
Objectives. Emergency medical dispatch (EMD) protocols are intended to match response resources with patient needs. In a small city that previously sent a first-responder basic life support (BLS) engine company lights-and-siren response to every emergency medical services (EMS) call, regardless...
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