SARS-CoV-2: the data given by the WHO (World Health Organization) are heavy numbers like boulders compared to the coronavirus pandemic: there are 340 thousand cases verified, with almost 15 thousand deaths. More or less 100 thousand people…
EMS in the World
After China and Italy, the coronavirus in the US is one of the next worries. Then, it seems to be the turn of France and Germany. Other countries are testing the first healthcare issues, as well because of coronavirus disease worldwide…
The WHO is declaring a shortage of emergency nurses in Jamaica. One of them, Trecia Simone Stewart is one of the last nurses who is still working in a hospital of Spanish Town and she reports the crisis they are facing.
What happens when you are in Japan and you get injured? What are the structures and associations involved in health and pre-hospital care in Japan?
Coronavirus, also called COVID-19 is now the main worry of the entire world. Each country took its own precautions to limit the infection. Dr Saad AlQahtani explains how EMS systems are responding to Coronavirus.
Dr Catena achieved great fame in 2017 when he was awarded the Aurora prize for his humanitarian action to people who needed the most. We are talking about Tom Catena, an American doctor whom many compare to the missionary doctor Albert…
A new pre-hospital service in Africa? This is the focus of our new episode of Emergency Extreme. It is the most beautiful initiative that we have ever encountered by now.
France has a great story of fire safety and one of the most famous fire safety association is Paris Fire Brigade. Thanks to a group of offshoot firefighters, the museum of sapeurs-pompiers de Paris was born.
Paramedics stories rarely turn out to be told. Many prefer to avoid expressing their feelings after ambulance shifts, while others feel the necessity of pouring them out.
Pope Francis is not only the name of the current pope but also the name of a hospital ship with unique characteristics.