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EMS World Expo 2019

I am home from an action-packed visit to EMS World Expo 2019 in New Orleans. The EMS1 team visited with members in the exhibit hall. Visit @EMS1 #EMSWorldExpo booth 1636 pic.twitter.com/pC79THDyCy — EMS1 (@EMS1) October 17, 2019 And wrote about some of the top presentations as part of our annual EMS World Expo coverage. The […]

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CE Video: CPR Quality from ZOLL Medical and EMSWorld.com

Free CE Opportunity:┬áDr. Bentley Bobrow discusses ways in which prehospital providers can improve patient survival from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. In the video on CPR Quality, recorded at the 2011 EMS World Expo in Las Vegas, NV, and sponsored by ZOLL Medical Corporation, Dr. Bentley Bobrow discusses ways in which prehospital providers can improve patient survival […]

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EMSEduCast: A look back to season 1

EMSEduCast – the podcast by and for EMS Educators – has now recorded more than 100 episodes. Recently I was looking back at our first season of 29 episodes. These episodes, still available at EMSEduCast.com and iTunes, are full of resources, teaching ideas, and insightful discussions of important EMS education issues. Looking back on season […]

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Video: CPR Needed Smartphone App

The call to action in this video is incredible. The potential of the app for citizen first response to cardiac arrest is even more incredible. What are you doing to bring this app and capability to your community?

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CPR: It's So Easy a Blogger Can Do It!

Kelly Grayson, author of the Ambulance Driver Blog, and TOTWTYTR, author of the Too Old To Work Too Young To Retire, paused from their breakfast at a New Jersey dinner to resuscitate a woman in an adjacent booth that experienced sudden cardiac arrest. Great work! Kelly’s blog post of the event is OUTSTANDING – one […]

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What if … are you prepared for whatever might happen next

Asking, “What if?” is a simple technique to mentally prepare for whatever might come next. One of the “what if’s” I regularly play is “What if someone on this flight has a medical emergency?” Another of my favorite what if questions is “What if I see another runner collapse during the race?” Two Austin, Texas […]

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Inducing Hypothermia for ROSC Patients (#31daysofCE)

Welcome to winter. Many of us will be experiencing a cold challenge – unintentionally – as we respond to patient emergencies. Will you be inducing hypothermia in any of your patients? I don’t work in EMS systems that use induced hypothermia for patients that have Return of Spontaneous Circulation” after cardiac arrest – yet. Despite […]

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Video Review of Resuscitate!

Watch a video review of the book, Resuscitate!: How Your Community Can Improve Survival from Sudden Cardiac Arrest. In Resuscitate!, Dr. Mickey Eisenberg, outlines the steps EMS providers, medical directors, policy makers and concerned citizens can take to improve survival from sudden cardiac arrest. ParamedicTV is powered by EMS1.com Dr. Eisenberg applies the lessons learned […]