Troy Shaffer gave a nice simple 10 step process on how to prepare and earn your Flight Paramedic Wings. If you are even thinking of taking this step in your EMS Career this is the session for you. (more…)
Download Extras[/button] Very informative session by Sean Kivlehan on changes in ACLS guidelines and how they effect EMS and future treatment modalities. (more…)
Lights Sirens, alarms and general stresses of the EMS job can effect how we react on scene and with our patients. Evan Feuer tackles this topic and gives some key points on how to deal with these issues.
Rommie Duckworth presented on Abdominal Trauma. This was a nice clean session that gives great insight into identifying and treating these injuries in the EMS setting.
Geriatrics are such a big part of EMS. Many of our patients are elderly and require that unique assessment and understanding. Rommie Duckworth takes us on a information journey to help us understand this patient population.
Sepsis is a common call in EMS. Yet we don’t always realize how deadly this can be for our patients and how early recognition can make a difference. Kelly Grayson came on board the EMS Web Summit and delivered this eye opening presentation that will surely have you looking at your next patient a little differently.
Bob Page from Multi Lead Medics led off the first EMS Web Summit with this presentation on 15 lead ECG’s. If you have never been introduced to this lead presentation, then this is certainly one session you won’t want to miss out on.