Thomas Hofmann

Paramedic, Arbeiter Samariter Bund Hessen, Regionalverband Suedhessen, Darmstadt, University of Bremen, Faculty for Human and Health Science, Bremen, Germany

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Factors associated with asthma and allergies in prehospital practitioners

The analysis shows a higher 12-month prevalence of allergies or asthma in certain subgroups of the participating prehospital EMS staff from Germany compared to the overall study population, and that...

Vein cannulation success rates by German paramedics: a single-centre study

The results of this pilot study indicate that 90% of vascular access attempts by paramedics were successful and that the likelihood of failure was associated with greater patient age, a higher number...

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