Archives for March 2014

Generation Gap

Tweet There was a buzz in the office a few weeks ago when a number of students documented that they had performed digital intubations during their operating room rotations.  When asked if this was a mistake they said no, and went onto explain that a video laryngoscope was used for each one. D’oh. Digital intubation […]

Making Our Lowest Common Denominator EMT Even Lower

Tweet Kudos to NAEMT, which sent a letter to Virginia House Delegate Kathy Byron opposing a bill that would require less time to become an EMR and EMT. VA House Bill 1010… Provides that regulations of the Board of Health governing qualifications for certification of emergency medical services providers shall require no more than 40 […]