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Portland Paramedic Jeff Carrow and EMT Brad Smith responded to the former ambulance director’s cardiac arrest
It’s not your Baby Boomer model – it’s an all-out, high-tech, fully-integrated Millennial model representing the present and future tense of cardiac monitor/defibrillators
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Learn how advanced cardiac resuscitation techniques lead to increased survival in OOH cardiac arrest
Using the stretcher as a tool in heads-up CPR
Make sure each of your service’s cardiac arrest patients get the best chance of survival by prioritizing high-quality CPR in training and in practice
Deprioritizing epinephrine in the order of interventions
Using the stretcher as a tool in heads-up CPR
The 4 acceptable pauses in CPR
In some cases, our medical monitoring equipment alert is the precursor to a rapidly deteriorating patient who appears normal
As EMS agencies move toward multi-function devices, they are poised to save more than equipment costs. Here are 5 benefits that may surprise you.
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Here are the EKG Club’s recommended steps for interpreting cardiac rhythms and 12-lead EKGs
An unconscious patient, with absent or ineffective breathing, may be in sudden cardiac arrest or have overdosed on an opioid; here’s how to assess and treat the patient
EMS can determine when to administer nitroglycerine by utilizing the Lifepak 15 – placing EKG electrodes on the wrists and ankles in anticipation of running a full 12-lead EKG
What’s your assessment and care for a patient who has had two weeks of persistent chest pain?
What’s your assessment and care of an elderly male who is weak, has chest pain and not a reliable historian?
What’s your assessment and care of a 50-year-old male complaining of chest pain?