Mike McEvoy shares some tips on delivering medicine to a patient for using a small-volume nebulizer.

About the Author(s)

Mike McEvoy, PhD, NRP, RN, CCRN is the EMS Coordinator for Saratoga County, New York and a Paramedic Supervisor for Clifton Park & Halfmoon Ambulance. He is a nurse clinician in the adult and pediatric cardiac surgery ICUs at Albany Medical Center where he also teaches critical care medicine. Mike is the Executive Editor for JEMS and EMS editor for Fire Engineering and the chief medical officer and firefighter/paramedic for West Crescent Fire Department. He is the chair of the EMS Section board of directors for the International Association of Fire Chiefs and a member of the New York State Governor’s EMS Advisory Council. Mike is a lead author of the textbook “Critical Care Transport,” the “Informed” Pocket References (published by Jones & Bartlett) and the American Academy of Pediatrics textbook, “Pediatric Education for Prehospital Professionals (PEPP).” In his free time, Mike is an avid hiker and winter mountain climber.