Patient Management

Options to Ensure Effective Compressions

The importance of chest compressions as the cornerstone of resuscitation has been confirmed by research and put into protocols, but the most elaborate and eloquent protocols are useless if the actual circulation needed from adequate compressions is lacking.

Posted Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Measuring Quality

Find out know how your agency's CPR compliance compares with that of other systems.

Posted Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Similarities & Differences in Three Case Reports

Most reports of successful outcomes in cardiac arrest patients with prolonged CPR involve unique circumstances. Three that happened in a Minnesota system in one year didn't. Read about the similarities and differences in these three cases.

Posted Tuesday, September 1, 2009

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Lost Texas Boaters Rescued

Posted Monday, August 31, 2009

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Are Vital Signs Vital?

Are vital signs a good predictor of how trauma patients will compensate for shock? Read this review of a study that attempted to find out.

Posted Monday, August 31, 2009

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Are Vital Signs Vital?

Are vital signs a good predictor of how trauma patients will compensate for shock? Read this review of a study that attempted to find out.

Posted Monday, August 31, 2009

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Commuter Bus Collision: Providers treat multiple patients involved in a collision at an intersection

Firefighter/paramedics treat passengers of a commuter bus and the driver of a vehicle that collided at a Los Angeles-area intersection.

Posted Monday, August 31, 2009

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Flight 1404: The response & lessons learned from the crash at Denver

In December 2008, a Boeing 737 was 2,600 feet into its takeoff roll at Denver International Airport, going approximately 150 mph, when it suddenly veered off the runway. Read how the Denver Health Paramedic Division triaged and transported 38 patients, and what lessons they learned from the incident.

Posted Friday, August 28, 2009

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Treating Children in Respiratory Distress

Learn more about croup and epiglottitis, conditions that occur in children and can cause pediatric dyspnea.

Posted Monday, August 24, 2009






 

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