Archive for July2012

EMS 12-Lead Podcast Episode #7 – PulsePoint

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  EMS 12-Lead Podcast – Episode #7 – PulsePoint In this episode of the EMS 12-Lead podcast we're joined by Richard Price of the PulsePoint Foundation. If you're not familiar with PulsePoint it used to be referred to as the San Ramon Valley Fire Department app. Richard Price PulsePoint Foundation Fire Chief, San Ramon Valley […]

A Change of Pace: What Happened?

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Here is a challenging case this morning to stretch your mind… You are called to a 71 year old male feeling "sick". He has not felt well for the past 24 hours. He describes feelings of "general aches and pains". He has history of heart failure, for which he has an AICD. His vitals are […]

Stump the Chumps: Atropine and Complete Heart Block – Discussion

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This is the conclusion to our special feature Stump the Chumps: Atropine and Complete Heart Block. If you've not seen the case, I recommend you go back and read it over. To recap, our crew had been dispatched to a 63 year old female who was lightheaded and happened to have a bit of a […]

Discussion for 51 Year Old Male: Chest Pain

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Here is the conclusion to 51 year old male: Chest Pain. You may wish to review the case. Here is the ECG again:   There is a regular sinus rhythm at a rate of about 70. The QRS is narrow. The axis is normal, at about 15 degrees. Let's take a look at the constellation […]

Stump the Chumps – Atropine and Complete Heart Block

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This great case was sent in by an anonymous reader posed as a question, the likes of which we had not seen before. So, to pay homage to a wonderful radio show signing off this year, we're calling this segment: Stump the Chumps! Our reader was dispatched to back up a crew attending to a […]

65 year old male CC: Fall with injury – Conclusion

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This is the conclusion to 65 year old male CC: Fall with injury. You may wish to review the history and clinical presentation. When we left off the patient was in severe heart failure with the following 12-lead ECG. As we have mentioned before on several occasions, the most important thing when treating a patient […]