Update from EMS Today 2012

Photo credit: Kelly Arashin

"Team EMS-12 Lead" (Christopher Watford, Tom Bouthillet and David Baumrind) at the EMS 10 Awards

It's been an amazing week at EMS Today 2012! As you probably already know (if you've been following our Facebook page) I won an EMS 10 Award on Wednesday night.

I was nominated by our good friend David Hiltz from the American Heart Association (a previous EMS 10 Award honoree and well known for his work with HeartSafe Communites) and co-nominated by Associate Editors Christopher Watford and David Baumrind.

This is a tremendous honor but I'm very congizant that I couldn't do it without such awesome friends and mentors! The EMS 12-Lead blog and podcast would not be what it is without Christopher and David.

Photo credit: Chris Montera

"Podmedic" Jamie Davis, Tom Bouthillet and Ted Setla discuss the Code STEMI Web Series on the MedicCast

This week was also marked by the release of Episode 1 of the Code STEMI Web Series at First Responders Network! I've seen the first episode a couple of times but being there at the premier was really amazing!

Special thanks to Ted Setla and Chris Eldridge from First Responders Network and Erik Denny from Physio-Control (our indispensable partner on the road) for making this possible! I'm delighted to have been a part of it! 

Episode 1 was very well received! In fact, a couple of top-notch EMS systems are very interested in having us come out to feature their STEMI systems and the locations sound amazing! So keep your fingers crossed. We'd love to continue this series! 

If you haven't watched the first episode yet, what are you waiting for? CLICK HERE

Photo credit: Dave Konig

Premier of the Code STEMI Web Series at the Physio-Control Learning Center

Kelly and I are having a wonderful time. We're seeing lots of old friends and making some new ones, too! EMS 2.0 has been called an idea and it's been called a movement. More than anything else we've come to realize it's about friendship and it's about relationships.

It may have started online but it's accomplishing some amazing things in the real world! 

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Stuart
Anterior T wave inversions and PE.
Studies (can't remember them off the top of my head) have shown that TWI in V1-4 + III is 85% likely to be RV strain, 15% ischemia. If I see anterior TWI, the very next lead I look to is III
2014-11-23 18:00:51
Arlene R
The Trouble with Sinus Tachycardia
It has been very insightful for me as i read this post. Thanks to the may people who commented. Like many nurses, I was also taught to differentiate svt from st by rate and now I stand corrected. I have a Telemetry test coming up soon, I wont have the patient in front of me…
2014-11-20 19:59:33
Nick
100 yof CC: Rib pain and intermittent spasms
Can't be a potassium imbalance. The TW's wouldn't change and then change back. If it was coronary spasm, I would expect some ST segment elevation. The TW'S are also not hyperacute (peaked). Does she wear some sort of electronic stimulator?
2014-11-19 01:05:43
Anterior T wave inversions and PE. | EMS 12 Lead
Not just S1Q3T3: Look at the other 10 leads!
[…] Last week, I described the case of a middle-aged male with a vague history of heart failure who had been having progressive shortness of breath for 4-5 days. On the day he called 911, he had been walking a short distance when he syncoped. EMS obtained an ECG: […]
2014-11-18 18:33:47
Christine
100 yof CC: Rib pain and intermittent spasms
I believe this may be coronary artery vasospasm.
2014-11-18 11:02:45

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