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(Prehosp Disaster Med [TA])
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  • Field Expedient Vasopressors During Aeromedical Evacuation: A Case Series from the Puerto Rico Disaster Response. [Journal Article]
  • PDPrehosp Disaster Med 2018 Nov 09; :1-5
  • Hardwick JM, Murnan SD, … Devlin JJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Field expedient vasopressors were safely and effectively employed in an austere field environment during a disaster response. This case series contributes to the growing body of literature of safe bolus-dose vasopressor use by emergency physicians to temporize hypotensive patients in resource-constrained situations.Hardwick JM, Murnan SD, Morrison-Ponce DP, Devlin JJ. Field expedient vasopressors during aeromedical evacuation: a case series from the Puerto Rico disaster response.
  • Health-Seeking Behavior of Patients with Acute Coronary Syndrome and Their Family Caregivers. [Journal Article]
  • PDPrehosp Disaster Med 2018 Nov 05; :1-7
  • Kumboyono K, Refialdinata J, … Aziz AN
  • CONCLUSIONS: The results showed that in the prehospital setting when experiencing ACS symptoms, the patients try to overcome the symptoms independently. However, as the symptoms get worse, they utilize health facilities in different ways. At the time of obtaining health services, patients are satisfied with health professionals who show caring attitudes, explain the results of the examination, and provide health education on health care efforts. Thus, to prevent mortality and morbidity, it is important for a health professional to educate the public about ACS, including topics about ACS healthy lifestyles and potential threats if it is too late to get treatment. Furthermore, it is also important for the government to implement prehospital emergency services nation-wide.Kumboyono K, Refialdinata J, Wihastuti TA, Rachmawati SD, Aziz AN. Health-seeking behavior of patients with Acute Coronary Syndrome and their family caregivers.
  • Building Local Capacity in Hand-Rub Solution Production during the 2014-2016 Ebola Outbreak Disaster: The Case of Liberia and Guinea. [Journal Article]
  • PDPrehosp Disaster Med 2018 Nov 05; :1-8
  • Jacquerioz Bausch FA, Heller O, … Hagon O
  • CONCLUSIONS: The project demonstrated that it was feasible to build local capacity in ABHRS production during an emergency and in limited-resource settings when materials and training are provided. Future programs in similar contexts should identify and address the factors of sustainability during the implementation phase and provide regular, long-term technical support.Jacquerioz Bausch FA, Heller O, Bengaly L,Matthey-Khouity B, Bonnabry P, Touré Y, Kervillain GJ, Bah EI, Chappuis F, Hagon O. Building local capacity in hand-rub solution production during the 2014-2016 Ebola outbreak disaster: the case of Liberia and Guinea.
  • Contents of a Bug-Out Bag. [Journal Article]
  • PDPrehosp Disaster Med 2018 Nov 05; :1-3
  • Ostrovskiy G, Shemesh AJ
  • A large number of civilian agencies have published guides and recommendations on how to assemble personal and family emergency kits. However, the kits resulting from following these guidelines are im...
  • Prehospital Airway Management Examined at Two Pediatric Emergency Centers. [Journal Article]
  • PDPrehosp Disaster Med 2018; 33(5):532-538
  • Tweed J, George T, … Vinson L
  • CONCLUSIONS: With exception to instances where ETI is clearly indicated, BVM management is effective in pediatric patients who required airway support, with ETI providing no definitive protective factors. Most of the patients who exhibited inadequate oxygenation upon arrival to the PED received only passive oxygenation by EMS. TweedJ, GeorgeT, GreenwellC, VinsonL. Prehospital airway management examined at two pediatric emergency centers. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2018;33(5):532-538.
  • A Randomized Trial Comparing Telephone Tree, Text Messaging, and Instant Messaging App for Emergency Department Staff Recall for Disaster Response. [Journal Article]
  • PDPrehosp Disaster Med 2018; 33(5):471-477
  • Homier V, Hamad R, … Franc JM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Both the phone tree and IMA groups had a significantly higher response rate than the SMS group. There was no significant difference between the proportion of responses at 45 minutes in the phone tree and the IMA arms. This study suggests that an IMA may be a viable alternative to the traditional phone tree method. Limitations of the study include volunteer bias and the fact that there was only one communication drill, which did not allow staff members randomized to the IMA and SMS groups to fully get familiar with the new staff recall methods. HomierV, HamadR, LarocqueJ, ChasséP, KhalilE, FrancJM. A randomized trial comparing telephone tree, text messaging, and instant messaging app for emergency department staff recall for disaster response. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2018;33(5):471-477.
  • Emergency Department Response to Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive Events: A Systematic Review. [Journal Article]
  • PDPrehosp Disaster Med 2018; 33(5):543-549
  • Razak S, Hignett S, Barnes J
  • CONCLUSIONS: The review identified concerns for both knowledge and behaviors which suggests that a systems approach would help understand the ED response to CBRNe events more effectively. The four themes provide an evidence-based summary for the state of science in ED CBRNe response, which can be used to inform future policies and clinical procedures. RazakS, HignettS, BarnesJ. Emergency department response to chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive events: a systematic review. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2018;33(5):543-549.
  • Epidemiological Evaluation of Dogs Rescued in the Fukushima Prefecture Following the Great East Japan Earthquakes of 2011. [Journal Article]
  • PDPrehosp Disaster Med 2018; 33(5):478-483
  • Tanaka A, Martinez-Lopez B, Kass P
  • CONCLUSIONS: To improve the welfare of dogs in disasters, responsible owner education, a well-organized registered volunteer training program for care of animals at shelters, proper disease management protocols, and enrichment strategies to prevent stress and disease in shelter setting are essential. TanakaA, Martinez-LopezB, KassP. Epidemiological evaluation of dogs rescued in the Fukushima Prefecture following the Great East Japan Earthquakes of 2011. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2018;33(5):478-583.
  • International Survey of Violence Against EMS Personnel: Physical Violence Report. [Journal Article]
  • PDPrehosp Disaster Med 2018; 33(5):526-531
  • Maguire BJ, Browne M, … O'Meara P
  • CONCLUSIONS: In order to develop and implement measures to increase safety, EMS personnel must be involved with the research and implementation process. Furthermore, EMS agencies must work with university researchers to quantify agency-level risks and to develop, test, and implement interventions in such a way that they can be reliably evaluated and the results published in peer-reviewed journals. MaguireBJ, BrowneM, O'NeillBJ, DealyMT, ClareD, O'MearaP. International survey of violence against EMS personnel: physical violence report. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2018;33(5):526-531.
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