The following resources deal with the topics of right ventricular infarction, proximal RCA occlusion, and cardiogenic shock. Life in the Fast Lane: Right Ventricular Infarction Circulation: Cardiogenic Shock Weingart on Cardiogenic Shock Right Ventricular Infarction: Specific Requirements of Management Inferior MI Approach to Hemodynamic Shock and Vasopressors
Livingston County EMS will be hosting TECC on March 2 and 3. This class will integrate physician led instruction and simulation, and Livingston County SWAT will be collaborating on the simulations. The class is filling up quickly but there are a few spots still up for grabs. Contact Jim to get in!
So when we think about a salicylate in medicine what is the first thing that comes to mind? Most of us would probably spring back with acetylsalicylic acid, ASA. Aspirin is a common source of salicylates, but there are so many products available on the market that are unsuspecting. A list from salicylatesensitivity.com includes: Acne… Read More ›
In September, FEMA released a guideline for EMS and fire response to active killer events, which it terms AS/MCI’s. Quoted here are the salient operational points, emphasis added: Considerations should be made for all potential first responders, including LE patrol officers, to be trained to the basic tenets of TECC. Training, equipment and protocols around… Read More ›
Now that extremity tourniquets are in widespread use by the U.S. military, junctional hemorrhage is the most common cause of death from compressible hemorrhage. —Death on the Battlefield (2001-2011): Implications for the Future of Combat Casualty Care Junctional hemorrhage represents a critical area of concern in combat casualty care as improvised explosives have evolved to… Read More ›