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Many people have dogs as pets. Dogs can be very loyal to their owners, so in case of a medical emergency, an agitated dog can be very serious about  protecting it’s owner from what it perceives as a threat. So how to get quickly past the over-zealous & possibly dangerous (temporarily, perhaps) dog to provide emergency medical treatment? These videos offer some safety suggestions & tips.

Videos embedded with permission from Hector Hernandez, founder of First Class Dog Training. Hector is an author, former law enforcement officer, speaker, police K-9 instructor and professional dog trainer.

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There many different kinds of leadership styles in EMS. Some are more effective while others are counterproductive.

Article by Steve Cotter
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The Responder Safety Learning Network enables centralized safety training so different protocols do not confuse or even cause danger.   » » » 

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EMTs began driving fast because it’s all we could do for the patient, but now it may be unnecessary.

Article by Jim Love   » » » 

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In this video, Chris Cebollero, host of Innovation Zone, talks about the evolution of the Sprinter ambulances in the EMS market during the past decade. He also shows us some innovative features on the Miller Coach Sprinter ambulance.

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