Metronome devices have been shown to improve the quality of compressions during CPR.
This micro learning module reviews the avulsed tooth protocol. We discuss indications and contraindications for re-implantation as well as strategies to manage both scenarios.
This micro learning module demonstrates techniques for ocular irrigation in the field. Included in this video are the use of the Morgan Lens and the administration of tetracaine, an ocular anesthetic.
A surgical cricothyroidotomy is indicated by the 2017 NYS EMS collaborative protocols to be performed by paramedics when the patient cannot be adequately ventilated and oxygenated by any other method.
This module demonstrates the field management of a number of complications of delivery as outlined in the 2017 NYS collaborative EMS protocols.
This micro learning module demonstrates the approach to a patient with peripheral exsanguinating hemorrhage.
Double sequential defibrillation is a procedure that may be helpful in the treatment of refractory ventricular fibrillation (RVF) in the out of hospital environment.
Previously, in episode 42, we demonstrated how debriefing can occur in an informal situation.
RSI is often regarded as the pinnacle of advanced life support skills. Indeed, this skill can be beneficial in the right circumstances.
Uncomplicated delivery in the field is fairly straightforward. Unfortunately, things do not always go as planned. Thankfully, resuscitating a neonate in distress is a rare event but something that requires acute clinical acumen.