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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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Brooks Walsh MD
“Bad heartburn” – 82 y.o. female without chest pain.
The option was indeed turned on! As for non-CP presentations of ACS, I absolutely believe that these warrant the same level of urgency as the "typical" presentations. Both men and women, young and old, all commonly present without classic chest pain. Besides, how much difference is there between "burning in the epigastrium," and "pain in…
2014-08-21 17:10:37
Austin
“Bad heartburn” – 82 y.o. female without chest pain.
You took the words right off of my keyboard, Jason! A little bit of critical thinking works wonders when faced with "protocol versus best interests of the patient" type decisions. Not to encourage deviation from protocols and such, but it is a much less severe trespass if you bend the rules a bit as long…
2014-08-21 16:33:27
Brooks Walsh MD
“Bad heartburn” – 82 y.o. female without chest pain.
My uninformed opinion? I pretty much agree with AHA - if they aren't hypoxic, no need. I'm not sure how terrible superoxia really is, short-term, but why bother if it doesn't help?
2014-08-21 16:31:05
jason
“Bad heartburn” – 82 y.o. female without chest pain.
Chris Watford- as you probably know the "acute MI suspected" detection function in the LP12/15 is a programable option. I suspect the software didn't miss this but rather it wasn't turned on. As for treatment everyone has pretty much got it down. Finally as for activation. Absolutely! Don't real care if the protocol allows for…
2014-08-21 16:30:34
Austin
“Bad heartburn” – 82 y.o. female without chest pain.
There's not much I think I can add at this point, but I will comment on a couple of things. The reciprocal changes indicate to me that there is likely RCA involvement. Also, I've recently been hearing quite a bit about withholding O2 in ACS patients like this. Dr. Walsh, do you have any opinions…
2014-08-21 16:23:21

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