Diabetic Emergencies | Hypoglycemia | EMS Quick Study Help

Use these EMS study tips to help you pass EMS exams and build your knowledge base. This installment focuses on the hypoglycemic diabetic patient.   https://youtu.be/KhXQE52_LOo   Claim a Trial Membership to Turbo Medic by joining the … [Continue reading]

EMS Student, Preceptor Education Balance

Being an EMS paramedic or EMT student is tough. Yet being a preceptor is equally hard. I see too many of each not approaching common struggles the right way. Which leads to frustration and overwhelm and even having students quit their … [Continue reading]

Diabetic Emergencies | Types and Causes | EMS Study Help Tips

This episode of the Monday Minutes focuses on Diabetic emergencies. Part one covers key elements like types, common names and causes.  https://youtu.be/PvkPXB-lfyU   Claim a trial membership to Turbo Medic and master topics like … [Continue reading]

Hierarchy of EMS | Where Do You Fit In?

Where do you stand in the hierarchy of EMS when it comes to skills and knowledge? Are you satisfied where you fit in? You wouldn't want a mediocre plumber or electrician doing work for you. Why would you expect a patient to accept a mediocre EMT … [Continue reading]

Chest Pain Causes | Cardiac Emergencies | EMS Quick Study Help Tips

This final episode of the Cardiac Emergencies section ends with an overview of he causes of chest pain. It's important to think about other causes besides angina or an MI. Watch the video for key points to help you with EMS paramedic exams and … [Continue reading]

Can EMS Stop Using O2 As The Go To?

Finally! EMS can stop using oxygen on patients.... Well not just yet. Ever think that maybe patients would be just fine at a 94% Sp02 reading. Even when having a stroke or MI.? A study on the benefits of oxygen and how an Spo2 reading as low as … [Continue reading]

Cardiovascular Emergencies | Assessment | EMS Quick Study Tips

This episode of the EMS quick study help tips continues with cardiovascular emergencies and focuses on assessment and management. These key elements will help you come EMS exam time. If you want some great training on assessing cardiac patients. … [Continue reading]

The Patient With The 105 Degree Fever

Happy New Year! The very first episode of the podcast for 2019 is live. I wanted to make it quick but also wanted to get you in the right mindset for the new year. So, I talk about my latest call and the 105.3 degree fever I had. But most … [Continue reading]

Dysrhythmias | Cardiovascular Emergencies | EMS Study Help

What dysrhythmias will you see in cardiovascular emergencies and what can cause them? This episode of the EMS quick study help tips talks about the things that can cause irregular heart rhythms and how knowing these key points can help you on EMS … [Continue reading]

ECG Monitoring | Cardiovascular Emergencies | EMS Study Help Tips

ECG monitoring is a big part of being a paramedic in EMS. When we assess our cardiovascular emergency patients there are key elements you must know and understand. This helps you make appropriate treatment and transport decisions and also helps you … [Continue reading]