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  1. Thorough Assessment is Crucial in Patients with Respiratory Distress - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Magazine Articles

    Thu, 12 Mar 2015

    Crucial in Patients with Respiratory Distress Exclusives Pro Bono: Responding ..... Crucial in Patients with Respiratory Distress A 48-year-old female sits ..... patient presented in obvious respiratory distress and received high-flow oxygen

  2. Thorough Assessment is Crucial in Patients with Respiratory Distress - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Magazine Articles

    Thu, 12 Mar 2015

    Crucial in Patients with Respiratory Distress Wed, Mar 11, 2015 By Dennis ..... patient presented in obvious respiratory distress and received high-flow oxygen ..... exam done on a patient in respiratory distress and should be done early

  1. In-Depth Overview of Mechanical Ventilation - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Magazine Articles

    Sun, 22 Mar 2015

    lung injury (ALI)/acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) : A disease ..... Ventilation: Changing the respiratory distress prehospital paradigm of ventilation & intubation ..... acute lung injury and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) are typically ventilated

  2. In-Depth Overview of Mechanical Ventilation - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Magazine Articles

    Sun, 22 Mar 2015

    lung injury (ALI)/acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS): A disease ..... Ventilation: Changing the respiratory distress prehospital paradigm of ventilation & intubation ..... acute lung injury and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) are typically ventilated

  3. Accountable Care - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 6 Apr 2015

    Thorough Assessment is Crucial in Patients with Respiratory Distress Accurate observation and treatment go a long way when considering all causes of respiratory distress . Pediatric Patient Loses Spontaneous Respirations

  4. Pediatric Patient Loses Spontaneous Respirations - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Magazine Articles

    Wed, 11 Mar 2015

    use of accessory muscles, making detection of respiratory distress and impending failure more difficult. Patients ..... lifesaving for patients. Close attention to impending respiratory distress and failure allows for earlier treatment. For

  5. Assessing and Managing Pediatric Cardiac Rhythm Disturbances - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 26 Jan 2015

    and present as irritability, poor feeding and respiratory distress . If SVT persists for hours or days, signs of heart ..... consciousness. Severe bradycardia may progress to respiratory distress and hypotension. The most immediate management

  6. Pediatric Patient Loses Spontaneous Respirations - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Magazine Articles

    Wed, 11 Mar 2015

    use of accessory muscles, making detection of respiratory distress and impending failure more difficult. Patients ..... lifesaving for patients. Close attention to impending respiratory distress and failure allows for earlier treatment. For

  7. Assessing and Managing Pediatric Cardiac Rhythm Disturbances - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 26 Jan 2015

    and present as irritability, poor feeding and respiratory distress . If SVT persists for hours or days, signs of heart ..... consciousness. Severe bradycardia may progress to respiratory distress and hypotension. The most immediate management

  8. Reflecting on 35 Years of Innovation in JEMS - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Magazine Articles

    Thu, 19 Mar 2015

    Interface: The Public/Private Interface,” by Jack Stout, July 1983 33. “Updrafts: New Rx for respiratory distress ,” by Greg Thrall EMT-III, Dean Ewell, RT and S. Freedman, MD, August 1983 34. “Do Not Resuscitate: administrative and ethical concerns in prehospital arrests,” by Paul McCarthy, September 1983 35. “Simulation in Training,” by Frank M. Dawson, October 1983 36. “It’s Hard to be Afraid,” by Jack Stout, October 1983 37

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