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  1. Say you're performing CPR on a patient, and your partner arrives with an AED. You do not stop performing CPR while he or she 1. Turns on the AED 2. attaches the pads 3. Plugs in the pads Now that the AED is turned on with the pads attached and plugged in, do you A. immediately stop chest compressions while it analyzes the heart's rhythm OR B. do not stop CPR until the AED prompt TELLS you "analyzing heart rhythm. Do not touch the patient." I understand that by touching the patient while it is analyzing, you can interfere with the AED's analyzing the h
  2. Is anyone using Team Focused CPR wherein you remain on scene working the arrest for approximately 30 minutes? If you obtain ROSC the patient is transported to a PCI facility. It not the patient is pronounced on scene without being transported. Just wanted to get thoughts, successes, failures, ideas for improving, how you have educated medical responders, community, etc.
  3. Hello everyone, I am a member of a student team of engineers designing an automatic, portable CPR machine. This device could be positioned in public areas (similar to AEDs) and could be attached to patients, freeing medical personell to simultaneously move patients or tend other injuries. We really need to prioritize design characteristics (portability, adjustability, etc.), but without field medical experience, we're a bit in the dark! Would you be able to give us a hand by ranking the following CPR machine characteristics (in terms of importance) on a scale of 1-10? Thank you so
  4. Hi everyone, I'm currently a student doing a project for school regarding some aspects of CPR and EMS response. I'm trying to gather some information for the project through the form of a quick survey. It has less than 10 questions and would only take a few mins. I really appreciate any responses since it will help with my project. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/C2NFFKM Thanks, Jenny
  5. Here's another study that I found interesting. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22465807 What with all the sturm und drang (read: hoopla) about ET tubes and such, it seems that in porcine models in V-fib arrest with CPR in progress, placing a supraglottic airway significantly decreases the amount of carotid blood flow. That is, I think, really bad. Do you think this will have any ramifications on EMS practice? I doubt it. After all we found out back in 1978 that buccal glucose doesn't work but that didn't stop anybody.
  6. Following is a real life CPR video of a 20 something apneic and pulseless patient on the beach. As I was watching I can only contribute the success of the CPR to the young man’s metabolic reserve and resiliency as well as early CPR. There are a few observations that jump out at me. First the rescuers did a good job of getting him onto the dry sand. I don’t mean to bang on anyone but wonder if my observations are correct. 1. They walked past a guy with a surfboard, wouldn’t CPR been more effective if they had put him on the surfboard? 2. The compressions seem to have good depth
  7. A stroke occurs when the blood supply to the brain is cut off by an artery in the brain that either ruptures or is blocked, cutting off critical oxygen supply to neurons. Approximately 80 percent of neurons die within three hours of the time that oxygen is cut off; therefore, rapid action is critical to prevent irreversible brain damage. Healthcare professionals working with adult patients have developed a catchphrase—“Time is brain”—recognizing that acute stroke recognition and treatment is of premier importance to preserve brain tissue, limit the amount of disability patients suffer in the l
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