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BTU e-news: October 2014
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october 2014
Classroom Product Lab EMS News Events {issue 1014}
Monthly Focus
Trauma -> Resuscitation
5 ways to keep your EMS equipment from flatlining
By Art Hsieh

"You are dispatched to a report of a 'man down, unknown medical' outside of a busy supermarket. A minute later the dispatcher notifies you that bystander CPR is in progress. You see this as you pull into the parking lot: there is a small crowd standing around two individuals performing chest compressions and mouth to mouth ventilations on an adult male who appears to be in his 50s."

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Visit the BTU Classroom to sign up for the STEMI Care CEU

This course reviews assessing objective data in a cardiac emergency such as vital signs, ECG findings and events of the current complaint.

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Monitor and Defibrillator Product Comparision

See an overview of the most common cardiac monitors and defibrillators in the field – the Philips MRx, the Physio Control Lifepak 12 and the Zoll M Series.


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