Monthly Archives: September 2015

The Ultimate Prehospital Mnemonic

When we are with a patient, there are many things to try to remember. When we began training, we learn many mnemonics to help us with processing everything that needs to be done. We have some for history, some for … Continue reading

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Hello! McFly!

We’ve all had patients that seem to be with us, but happen to be a few crayons short of the box of 64. Perhaps their lights seem to be off. How can we assess thoroughly someone’s neurological function? Trauma, stroke, electrolyte … Continue reading

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Alright Mr. DeMille, I’m Ready For My Close-Up

Are you? Every day that we are doing our duty, whether in an ambulance, skiing or providing clinical care we are but mere moments from being broadcast to the world. A tragic event of a few weeks ago by a … Continue reading

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10:03 EDT Flight 93 Taken Down

A Reminder to Make a Better World!

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9:37 EDT Pentagon Hit

A Rally Cry

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9:03 EDT Second Tower Hit

Let’s Never Forget

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8:46 EDT First Tower Hit

A Day to Change the World!

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A Rose by Any Other Name

“It’s sad but true, people judge you by the words you use.” This ad for Verbal Advantage, a vocabulary-building program, holds true for not only the words that we use with others, but the words that we use for ourselves … Continue reading

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