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Link of the Week: Rescuing Providence Blog

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Paramedic Shortages

Signs for Safe Newborn Surrender

Operators Give Bad Stroke Advice

Heat Sickens U.S. Open Fan
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Tip/Trick of the Week — Heat Emergencies

Medline on Heat Emergencies

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Med of the Week — Methanol (Wood Alcohol)

Medline on Methanol Poisoning

Journal Study on IV Ethanol for Methanol O.D.

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2 Responses to Heat Emergencies, Methanol, and Episode 75

  1. Chris B. says:

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY (a little late) man!!! I hope it was a good one.

  2. Janet O. says:

    Hey! Thanks so much for all you do! And Happy belated Birthday! Also thanks for answering my question…Found out that you have to be 18 to be certified but you don’t have to be 18 when you start EMT classes, So as soon as I graduate (because you have to have a diploma or GED) I’ll start! Thanks again!
    Janet

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