Scanning: Figure out what paramedics are saying on your scanner  

From the LATE FALL November | December 2017 issue of National Communications Magazine

Our cover story this issue is written by a physician who explains the terminology used by EMS and fire department paramedics calling in radio reports from the field. Want to know what Vfib or O2 sat means? Check out our article! Author: Harry Joe, M.D.

Story includes 5 photos.

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