Premier episode of Code STEMI Web Series to debut at EMS Today 2012

Heading to EMS Today 2012? Then we have an announcement for you!

Episode 1 of the Code STEMI Web Series will released at EMS Today 2012 in Baltimore! This is the rural episode that features the emerging system of care in South Dakota and the work of AHA Mission: Lifeline. It includes EMTs, paramedics, nurses, physicians, administrators and STEMI survivor Forrest "Mick" Stanton. 

Jodi Doering, RN – Director of Mission: Lifeline South Dakota

The screenings will take place at the Physio-Control booth (#2907).

  • Thursday, March 1 @ 7:00 p.m. – Premier (Invite only)
  • Friday 03/02 @ 3:20 p.m. – Screening
  • Saturday 03/03 @ 9:45 a.m. – Screening

If you're not going to make EMS Today 2012 don't worry! The episode will also be released at CodeSTEMI.tv at First Responders Network

Complete a product tour at the Physio-Control booth and you will receive as a special gift web-access to an exclusive version of the 12-Lead ECG Challenge app by Tom Bouthillet and Limmer Creative including 10 new cases and a 12-lead ECG quiz!

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Kevin
44 year old male CC: Palpitations
Why on earth would you risk VF, by giving Adenosine to rule out rhythms.. This is dangerous, and foolish. There might be a slight chance that this is WPW.. You might as well just give him Cardizem, they are both AV nodal blockers... I don't know why the AHA even added this stupid idea..
2014-10-22 13:31:06
Vince DiGiulio
The 360 Degree Heart – Part II
It is standard practice in electrocardiography to label the first 90 degrees counter-clockwise from "zero" that way. When you see a patient with "left axis deviation" you'll see that their measured QRS axis is somewhere between -30 and -90 degrees. Imagine if you saw someone with a mean QRS axis at 5 degrees. Now imagine…
2014-10-21 14:00:37
Bryan
The 360 Degree Heart – Part II
I don't understand why (-)III and aVL are be labeled -60 and -30 degrees instead of 300 and 330 degrees?
2014-10-21 13:43:29
The 360 Degree Heart – Part II | EMS 12 Lead
The 360 Degree Heart – Part I
[…] first post in our “360 Degree Heart” series attempted to visualize how the different frontal plane […]
2014-10-21 12:50:56
Eric Strong
Axis Determination – Part VI
This is a great discussion of axis determination. One minor suggestion: I think it's potentially misleading to refer to an axis between 0 and -30 as "physiologic left axis deviation", since "axis devitation" implies deviation from normal, and axes between 0 and -30 are perfectly normal, (depending on age and body habitus). It may be…
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