Critical Skills Training- Expedition

Ever wanted to go on an Everest or similar extreme mountain expedition, but you’ve never climbed with oxygen, crossed ladders with crampons, or known how to assess avalanche hazards on a macro scale. Ever wanted to give yourself and your…

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Wilderness Medicine: Not Just for the Wilderness

How would it feel to be able to: help a friend that was choking? stabilize a car crash victim’s spine to prevent further damage or paralysis? manage a person having a diabetic emergency? tell the difference between a bad bruise…

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Outfitting for the Open Seas

  Access™ Telemedicine can be contacted 24/7/365 via a variety of communications methods. I recently had the pleasure of helping a family prepare themselves and their 55’ boat for a multi-year around the world journey. It was a lot of…

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Summer Wilderness EMT Course Ends with Great Results

Remote Medical International recently wrapped up another great Wilderness EMT course this past August with terrific results. 100% of our students passed the National Registry EMT-B exam on their first try. This brings our cumulative average on the exam from…

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Informal King LT-D® Study

At a recent course we conducted an informal study of the King LT-D Airway. Utilizing the difficult airway head on an ALS mannequin, we had a single student manage the airway by pre-oxygenating, then inserting an airway device and providing…

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100% Pass Rate on the EMT-B Exam

I talked with WA State EMS today and was pleased to find out that 100% of our students passed the EMT-B exam on their first attempt this March. In keeping with our tradition, we maintain one of the highest pass…

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The RMAP™ Promise

During the last six months, I have attended a number of training courses and conferences; several of our remote area paramedics are recertifying this year and we tend to all get interested in the same courses, which means that we…

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Dispatch from the Wilderness EMT

Can you believe that it is already day twenty-three of the Wilderness EMT course in the North Cascades? We have spent the past month surrounded by people who surround themselves with remote settings, where medical care is anywhere from a…

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ALS Training Simulators in RMI Courses

Remote Medical International recently welcomed a group of new assistant instructors to the Training Group, increasing the realism and reinforcing advanced skills practice in RMI courses. As the CEO and an active instructor, realistic scenarios have been not only a…

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