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Special episode of the EMS Research podcast recorded live from EMS Today 2011

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In this special episode of the EMS Research podcast Tom Bouthillet and Tim Noonan (RogueMedic) interview Dave Hiltz (Heart Safe Community) and Lynn White (Heart Rescue Project) about best practices to optimize survival from sudden cardiac arrest. Download the full episode at the ProMed Network here.

EMS 12-Lead

Cardiac Rhythm Analysis, 12-Lead ECG Interpretation, Resuscitation

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Ruud Valkenborg
Snapshot Case: What Happened?
Beautyfull R on T with a unsynchronised ECV. :-)
2015-05-27 07:38:19
george
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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
Joe
Snapshot Case: What Happened?
Pt has some wicked bi-phasic T-waves s/p defibrillation...
2015-05-27 04:01:32
Greg
Snapshot Case: What Happened?
Unsynced cardioversion! I mirror the comments above wondering why this patient even required cardioversion for this afib as the rate doesn't seem particularly sinister. And after 4 shocks maybe consider that the afib might not respond at all and focus on other treatment avenues.
2015-05-27 02:56:05
Sam
Snapshot Case: What Happened?
The patient appears to have been unintentionally cardioverted during the relative refractory period, which can send the heart into v-fib. The first attempt looks to be 50J, under the 120J usually recommended for rapid a-fib, and did not work. Before the second attempt, it appears that there is no longer capture and the patient was…
2015-05-26 23:51:11

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