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What does a pit crew look like in EMS?

What does a pit crew look like in EMS?

Can we learn from F1 pit crews to improve patient care during CPR? F1 pit crews are teams of highly trained professionals accustomed to working in high-pressure, active environments. Each pit crew member has a series of predefined roles, and the performance of the team depends on all members in the crew working in perfect […]

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When one of our own falls victim to cardiac arrest

When one of our own falls victim to cardiac arrest

Sudden cardiac arrest does not discriminate. Thanks to his medic friends, Mike Patton, a paramedic from Glendale, Arizona, is able to tell his amazing survival story #CPR360

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Don’t pardon the interruption, Continue CPR at all costs #CPR360

Pausing CPR is harmful during cardiac resuscitation! Do you know how frequently and for how long you pause during your cardiac resuscitations? One of the main determinants of survival is coronary perfusion pressure, the amount of blood in the heart when a compression is released. Every time compressions are stopped, for any reason, the coronary […]

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Driving CPR

Driving CPR – What does it take?

Do you have a loved one who has survived cardiac arrest? Survival is truly a team effort that revolves around CPR and involves bystanders, 9-1-1 dispatchers, EMS, and the hospital. What are the drivers when it comes to high-quality CPR? Ben Bobrow, MD, a CPR advocate, will share his experiences implementing life-saving CPR programs in […]

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