Monthly Archives: April 2016

Will You Be Successful?

Years ago I had watched a presentation on success in business and life. The crux¬†of the presentation came to success is determined by who you know more than what you know. Being smart, working hard and reliability are very important … Continue reading

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What’s Your Problem?

One of the more difficult problems in pre-hospital medicine is to determine what the problem exactly is without high-priced diagnostic equipment or labs. I had written in the past of the methods that a doctor uses to create a diagnosis … Continue reading

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Who’s the Most Important Person at a Scene?

As we began our medical training, we were taught that scene safety was paramount. Protecting ourselves and our partners from harm superseded the importance of care for our patient. The premise is valid; if we become injured, we cannot properly … Continue reading

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