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Jamie Davis interviews Ted Setla about the Code STEMI Web Series at the EMS 10 Awards

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I was just watching the "podmedic" Jamie Davis interview Physio-Control's VP of Marketing Cam Pollock and noticed another video of Jamie interviewing Ted Setla from Setla Films and First Responders Network about the Code STEMI Web Series. You can watch the first two episodes of the Code STEMI Web Series and all the behind the […]

Product Reviews from EMS World Expo 2011 Part 2 – EMS 12-Lead Podcast Episode #5

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EMS 12-Lead podcast – Episode #5 – Product Review from EMS World Expo 2011 (Part 2) In this episode Tom Bouthillet, David Baumrind, Executive Producer Jamie Davis (MedicCast and ProMed Network) and Rob Theriault (Paramedic Tutor and EMS EduCast) discuss 12-lead ECG interpretation, regional systems of care for acute STEMI, and quality and process improvement […]

Product Reviews from EMS World Expo 2011 Part 1 – EMS 12-Lead Podcast Episode #4

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EMS 12-Lead podcast – Episode #4 – Product Review from EMS World Expo 2011 (Part 1) In this episode Tom Bouthillet and David Baumrind are joined by Executive Producer Jamie Davis (MedicCast and ProMed Network) and Rob Theriault (Paramedic Tutor and EMS EduCast). We discuss the ReadyLink 12-Lead ECG by Physio-Control , the RescueNet 12-Lead […]

Sudden Cardiac Arrest podcasts from EMS Today 2011

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Here's a recap of some of the great podcasts from EMS Today 2011 that specifically addressed sudden cardiac arrest. In Part I of this podcast, EMS Garage host and "EMS 10" awardee Chris Montera chats with Ben Bobrow, M.D., James Jollis, M.D. and Graham Nichol, M.D. of the Heart Rescue Project. This program looks at […]

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Al
“Bad heartburn” – 82 y.o. female without chest pain.
oh I forgot one more thing, where are the P waves ?? hard to see on this phone but is it junctional or a block ?? If it's a heart block then there is more evidence of ischaemia to the Node. ...... which is isn't good.....
2014-08-21 12:59:09
Al
“Bad heartburn” – 82 y.o. female without chest pain.
Good treatment by all. Well done Jessica for being the first. .... I would use morphine instead of fentanyl due to BP dump and future use of amiodarone but very small doses 1-2 mg. Two good reasons two steer clear of GTN 1. Inferior AMI 2. HR 40. Both Will reposition the Pt on the…
2014-08-21 12:29:43
Dan
“Bad heartburn” – 82 y.o. female without chest pain.
I'm on board with most of the convents so far. No need to elaborate. I would add maybe a dissection into the aortic root causing RCA occlusion. Not going to know without imaging. Call cath from the field regardless.
2014-08-21 07:41:17
Dan August
“Bad heartburn” – 82 y.o. female without chest pain.
Correction S* and T wave.
2014-08-21 01:53:14
Dan August
“Bad heartburn” – 82 y.o. female without chest pain.
ST elevation in all leads is caused by early repolarization. That's why the Q and T are mashed together. Could be a stemi, but you can't tell with this going on.
2014-08-21 01:51:45

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