Healthcare providers around the world were shocked, but accepted “Hands Only CPR”. A new document, however, reveals an even less aggressive stance on management of cardiac arrest. Continue reading “No Hands CPR in 2020?”
Establishing intravenous access is a critical intervention that takes skill and practice to become adequately proficient. However, there are several things that you can start doing today, that will instantly increase your IV success rate. Continue reading “7 Ways To Instantly Increase Your IV Success Rate”
Many EMS services around the world carry topical nitroglycerin for use on acutely ill patients. How effective is topical nitroglycerin in this setting, and what should every provider know? Continue reading “5 Important Things You Need to Know About Topical Nitroglycerin”
Management of a patient presenting with Increased Intracranial Pressure (ICP) can be scary for any provider. Here is an important method of ICP management to consider for the prehospital environment.
It’s Valentine’s day, and cupid’s arrow has likely found its way to many a young heart, causing it to race with love. Here’s a quick Valentine’s day review of the other causes of tachycardia. Continue reading “15 Underlying Causes of Tachycardia”
The S1Q3T3 pattern certainly deserves more than just a few words. For the sake of brevity, though, here are some critical facts that every provider should know. Continue reading “A Few Words About S1Q3T3”