In the Field: Patients with Implanted Pacers and ICDs
|Event Date:||Thursday, November 8, 2012 - 2:00pm - 3:00pm|
|Address:||, AL, US|
Join us for this live webinar with James Coman, MD of the Heart Rhythm Institute of Oklahoma. Dr. Coman will discuss key elements in patients with pacemakers and ICDs and how they relate to pre-hospital care providers. During this live event Dr Coman will talk about: when and how to use TCP (transcutaneous pacing) in device patients, when and how to defibrillate a patient with an implantable device, and how to treat the awake patient receiving repetitive shocks from an implanted ICD. Free registration at http://emsseo.com/2012/10/in-the-field-patients-with-implanted-pacers-an...
|Contact:||Jim Hoffman | | email@example.com|
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