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Understanding Syncope Patients

Here is a replay of the weekly training. I chose syncope since  this is a topic many overlook or don’t think about the significant causes of this issue. Watch the video below and even download the image to your favorite EMS computer folder for reference later. http://tmmaster.s3.amazonaws.com/2021content%25/tmsyncope4_8.mp4

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Hematology Emergencies

This download report goes over hematology emergencies. It is a slide deck review on topics like epistaxis, bleeding, sickle cell anemia and more. Download or Read Here

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ABG For EMS

Components of the ABG pH Potential for hydrogen; measurement of acidity or alkalinity, based on the hydrogen ions present normal range 7.35 to 7.45 PO2 Partial pressure of oxygen that is dissolved in arterial blood Normal range is 80 to 100 mm Hg SaO2 Arterial oxygen saturation Normal range 95% to 100% pCO2 The amount […]

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Cardiology | Quick Flash Review

Know your cardiology but just need a review on the key points? This report is perfect and breaks it down in flash card form. Start Here

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Case Study | Foot Pain Into CPR

Another case I stumbled upon I think you will like. It was a foot pain call that ended up becoming a cardiac arrest. What happened? Watch and see.  (more…)

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Asthma In The PreHospital Setting

Effective treatment of an asthmatic requires an understanding of the physiologic causes of asthma and the patient’s severity.  Pre-hospital care providers who can gauge the severity of asthma and deliver the appropriate treatment will be more effective in treating asthmatics. We were joined by Steven Kanarian of LaGuardia Community College Paramedic Program on this session. […]

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Diabetic Patients | What Your Instructor Left Out

With a primary focus on identifying, treating and managing the diabetic patient in the field. “Diabetic Patients – What Your Instructor Left Out” is a birds eye view of what EMS providers can expect to see in the field setting and promises to present some eye opening tips and management techniques that will help you […]

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I Promise Not To Tell – Child Abuse

I Promise Not To Tell – Child Abuse Child abuse, or non accidental injury to a child, is one of the most difficult calls for EMS providers to respond to. This presentation will help you feel more comfortable in recognizing what is, and isn’t, child abuse and what your responsibilities are as a mandatory reporter […]

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