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How to be a better fire apparatus operator - 11/23/2015

Being a good apparatus operator starts in the station, extends to the street and carries over to the fireground.

4 ways firefighter mobility is compromised - 11/11/2015 Why firefighter medical exams are a must - 11/09/2015 Rethinking firefighter critical-incident debriefings - 10/29/2015 Texas firefighters battle heat, fatigue in wildfire - 10/16/2015 Fallen Boston firefighters honored at rehab truck unveiling - 09/29/2015 Firefighter wins worker's comp. for cancer - 09/26/2015
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4 ways firefighter mobility is compromised
The body is a complex system and mobility-limiting pain in one of these four areas is often the symptom of correctable problems elsewhere.
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Clinical Studies
Longitudinal decline in measured firefighter single-breath diffusing capacity of carbon monoxide values - 09/21/2006
The role of exertion as a determinant of carboxyhemoglobin accumulation in firefighters - 09/21/2006
Human factors in firefighting: ergonomic-, cardiopulmonary-, and psychogenic stress-related issues - 09/21/2006
Environmental study of firefighters - 09/21/2006
Characterization of firefighter exposures during fire overhaul - 09/21/2006
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Fire Rehab Case Studies
Detecting Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: The Reluctant Patient

Meridian Fire Department

If we successfully implemented a CO protocol and could prove its effectiveness, the opportunity to share our findings with other departments would be very rewarding. Little did we know it would impress us so quickly.
Detecting Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: The Reluctant Patient
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With regard to NFPA 1584 and Firefighter rehabilitation, my department

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Wake up: Tricks to conquering the nightshift Non-invasive Screening for CO and MET 3 exercises all firefighters should be doing After 3 Sept. 11 FDNY deaths, fire group urges Congress to renew benefits law Making Rehab a Requirement: NFPA 1584
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FireRehab Communications
Why FFs can't lift with legs; How to keep deadly inhalants out | Sept. 24, 2015 6 keys to rehab plan; Research examines overhaul risk | July 30, 2015
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USFA Emergency Incident Rehabilitation Manual IAFC: Fighting Heat Stress U.S. EPA Excessive Heat Events Guidebook (PDF) Agency for Toxic Substances Cyanide FAQ Assistance to Firefighters Grant AFG: DHS/FEMA Fire Act Grant
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Press Releases
HeatSeeker Technology & Design Fire Introduces Rehabilitation Products FDNY Makes Largest First Responder Purchase of Masimo Rad-57 Pulse CO-Oximeters to Improve Survival of Firefighters and Victims of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning 343 Technologies and Hothead Technologies Announce Wireless Temperature Sensor for Firefighter Rehab
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