EMS Webinars & EMS Training Webcasts
This free one-hour webcast will educate you on the detection and treatment of hemorrhagic shock. During the presentation Dr. Peter Taillac, medical director for the Utah Bureau of EMS and Chad Brocato, Deerfield Beach (Fla.) fire chief and JEMS Games coordinator, will identify major anatomical components of the cardiovascular system, describe the physiological components of blood pressure, differentiate between the different types of shock, formulate a treatment plan for patients suffering from shock and teach methods for avoiding shock.
The role of extraglottic airways is expanding in both the prehospital and hospital setting. These devices have evolved significantly in terms of safety, efficiency, and ease of insertion. In "Securing the Airway: The expanding role of extraglottic devices," Bryan E. Bledsoe, DO, FACEP, FAAEM, will detail evolving changes in prehospital airway management. He will discuss traditional airway techniques, endotracheal intubation and RSI, as well as a detailed discussion of the use of extraglottic airways in the prehospital setting.
Completing a comprehensive patient care report (PCR) is more than a necessary evil, it is essential to our survival! This webcast, presented by Steve Wirth and Doug Wolfberg of the national EMS law firm Page, Wolfberg & Wirth, will focus on how you can reduce your documentation errors on patient care reports.
In this webcast, you'll learn specific examples of how mobile technology and wireless connectivity is being used in police, fire and EMS agencies across the country to make public safety agencies more efficient, safe and productive.
WHERE You Live Shouldn’t Determine IF You Live: EMS Strategies for Improving Cardiac Arrest Survival
This webcast will focus on strategies that can be used by the EMS community to improve survival from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.
We used to think the basic skill of ventilation was simple and uncomplicated—just “bag ’em.” We’ve come to find out successful ventilation and oxygenation is deceptively complicated with how it can impact blood flow, blood chemistry, cerebral perfusion, and ultimately, patient outcomes. This presentation is a “back to basics” presentation on the ABCs of ventilation and oxygenation based on current resuscitation science.
The days of a fully stocked drug box are long gone for some agencies. There’s a national shortage of the most commonly used medications in EMS. Jeff Beeson, DO, and James Augustine, MD, will outline the incident action plans they have initiated as a response to the shortage, and approaches to reduce risk to patients and providers.
Statewide Trauma System Enables Multi-Agency Coordination with Trauma Centers to Improve Patient Outcomes
With hundreds of private and public EMS agencies providing services across your state, how can you improve your overall responses to trauma?
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Combitube™ Esophageal and Tracheal Double-Lumen Airway
Digit Finger-Oximeter – Smiths Medical
Laerdal Stifneck Select
ProtectIV® Plus Safety IV Catheters
EMS Airway Clinic
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