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Push Dose Epinephrine

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Learn more about the importance of push dose epinephrine for hypotension and shock in the prehospital setting.

Five Chest Pain Emergencies: Part 2

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Part 2 of 2: Here’s a refresher on how we as EMS providers can play a role in saving lives.
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Identifying an Acute Coronary Syndrome: Part 1

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Part 1 of 2: Here’s a refresher on how we as EMS providers can play a role in saving lives.

Adenosine Is a Treatment, Not a Diagnostic

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Identify the ECG rhythm before you use adenosine, not the other way around. Review the procedure here.

Post-Intubation Sedation and Pain Control Management

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A review of our 2018 article discussing post-intubation management of sedation and pain control to improve patient outcomes.
The Science Behind Mechanical CPR Devices

The Science Behind Mechanical CPR Devices

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The team at Master Your Medics examines the use of mechanical CPR devices and investigates the science behind them.
How does TXA work?

How TXA Is Saving Lives

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TXA is showing a positive impact in severe traumatic hemorrhage. So, how does it work?

How CPAP Is Making a Massive Difference

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Continuous positive pressure ventilation (CPAP) is making big waves in EMS right now. How exactly does it work?

Using ETCO2 to Detect Sepsis

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JEMS released an article in 2016 about the use of ETCO2 to quickly identify sepsis. Let's see how that tool works and may help improve early recognition and treatment.

The Need for Positive-End Expiratory Pressure

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We all try to maintain an physiological PEEP of 3-5 cmH2O. If that is the case, why don't we try to maintain that same PEEP in our mechanically ventilated patients?