Infection prevention and control for prehospital emergency medical services (SARS)

Effective communication among clinicians requesting emergency transport of a patient with possible or known SARS-CoV disease, EMS personnel, and receiving facilities is necessary to ensure the appropriate protection of healthcare workers. Guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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