Education & Consulting

Education and consulting

Team EMS 12-Lead is available for teaching and consulting. We have worked with EMS systems, hospitals, medical conferences, legal firms, and the implantable medical device industry. We can customize a course to meet your needs.

Do you host international instructors?

Team EMS 12-Lead gives discounts on our daily consulting rates when we visit far away places! We love to travel. Besides, it helps us maintain elite status on Delta! 

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Contact us at ems12lead@gmail.com and we’d be happy to give you a proposal.

2 Comments

  • Anthony Webster says:

    i would like to know if you would consider teaching a class for the Salisbury Fire Dept .Salisbury Md.

  • Jeff Kuehn says:

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    We just received our first LP12 and for the first time have 12 lead and waveform capnography capabilities. We are looking for a basic 12 lead/capnography class for our medics. Please contact me at your convenience to discuss availability and pricing. 843-290-8745

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EMS 12-Lead

Cardiac Rhythm Analysis, 12-Lead ECG Interpretation, Resuscitation

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Olivier
Snapshot Case: What Happened?
To support Donovan's analysis, QRS are remarkably thin and eventually consistent with paediatric findings. However, as noted, atrial fibrillation in very young patients are quite rare.
2015-05-28 07:36:54
Donovan
Snapshot Case: What Happened?
Looking back on the dosages, though, it occurs to me: this may be a pediatric patient. If that is the case, then for 50 J to be an appropriate dose for Shock 4 (again, assuming the patient is unstable), they would have to weight 25 kg. If that is the case, then the accidental induction…
2015-05-28 01:46:30
Donovan
Snapshot Case: What Happened?
1) Why convert the first rhythm? (brought up by a couple of commenters) -- As is posted in the initial: "required emergent cardioversion for unstable rapid atrial fibrillation" ... rate is not the determining factor about stability, the presence or absence of signs of shock are (hypotension, acutely altered mental status, ischemic chest pain, usw).…
2015-05-28 01:27:57
Ruud Valkenborg
Snapshot Case: What Happened?
Beautyfull R on T with a unsynchronised ECV. :-)
2015-05-27 07:38:19
george
Snapshot Case: What Happened?
why cardiovert urgently in this case? The first strip shows a "well controlled" heart rate. Cardioversion provoked torsade de points due to unsync administration....... Unnecessary risk taken......when amiodarone or flecainide would do the job "quietly".....
2015-05-27 06:46:53

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