EMS Documentation Field Guide 3/e


AAOS, Ronald Milewski, MD, FACEP, Rick Lang, RN, EMT-P

EMS providers learn the skills that enable them to give state-of-the-art care at the scene. Unfortunately, how to document that care so that it is not called into question two days or even two years down the road is often not taught in-depth.

In order to help EMTs with this important subject when they need it most - in the field - we assembled this water resistant, pocket-sized guide for providers at all levels, examining many of the common calls EMTs receive and following a standard protocol for the preparation of EMS run reports.

Key Features:

  • Fully updated medical content to align with the National EMS Education Standards and current CPR/ECC guidelines
  • New information includes “Lethal Differentials” where appropriate, spinal immobilization clearance in the field, use of restraints, and specific childbirth emergencies
  • Includes Common Medical Abbreviations table and documentation tips


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SpecificationsJones & Bartlett, 2013
3 x 5 spiral bound
88 pages
ISBN: 978-0-7637-8541-3