Top EMS videos of September 2016

The top videos of September were a range of EMS educational and training clips


By EMS1 Staff

The top videos of September were a range of EMS educational and training clips. Steve Whitehead breaks down how to improve communication during cardiac arrest patient care, as well as how to provide nausea relief without medications. Chief Rob Wylie discusses how bystanders can provide care at fire and EMS incidents. Another most viewed clip this month explained how dispatchers can best handle active shooter situations. In a more comical video, a German doctor "dances" to different heart rhythms.

Remember 2 Things: Improve communication during cardiac arrest patient care

Calm and clear communication is critical for a smooth, efficient incident. Whitehead also describes the importance of communicating what is coming next to the patient care team.

Reality Training: Citizens as first care providers at fire and EMS incidents

Chief Rob Wylie discusses the importance of bystanders as first care providers at fire and EMS incidents.

Mad German doctor dances to heart rhythm

A doctor "dances" to demonstrate different heart rhythms.

Remember 2 Things: Nausea relief without medications

Steve Whitehead discusses the relief of nausea without medications by applying a cold compress to the back of patient's neck and smelling an alcohol prep pad.

How dispatchers should handle active shooter calls

This dispatcher active shooter specialized call type video provides the necessary training in preparing you to handle the high priority/specialized call types that do not happen every day.

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