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Bound Tree University e-news monthly
january 2016
Classroom Product Lab EMS News Events {issue 0116}
Monthly Focus
Respiratory -> Capnography and CPAP
Sepsis detection and monitoring in EMS
By Kenny Navarro

For EMS providers to truly understand sepsis, they must also understand the systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) cascade.

SIRS, as a term to describe the complex physiological response to insult, first originated at a critical care medicine conference in 1991 [1]. By establishing a conceptual framework for this progressive injurious process, researchers laid the groundwork for the study of SIRS and its sequelae.

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This course reviews triggers that cause asthma attacks as well as the standard techniques for management of patients with asthma.

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O2-MAX Training Video

Watch the O2-MAX training video to learn more about this disposable CPAP product and how it can manage up to 21 different combinations of FiO2 and PEEP.


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