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 your patient care as an EMS professional.
 

 

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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. Check out the free EMS presentation below the video.

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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 paramedic exams and also when assessing your patients.

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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 when taking EMS exams.

This weeks Monday Minutes focuses on ECG monitoring and gives key points you will see on EMS exams.

Want more ECG help and finally master the vital elements of ECG reading? Go get all the details in the Ultimate ECG Guide right here. 

Inferior ST Elevation | Case Studies X2

This week I wanted to do a STEMI episode. But there is so much out there and admittedly better than I can do in a short 5-10 minute session. So here is a nice video about six minutes in length by HqMedEd.com that goes over two EKG case studies and how they relate to inferior ST elevation.


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Electrical Path Of Heart and ECG Complex

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This is a nice quick video and shows the electrical path of the heart and how it relates to what you see on the EKG paper or monitor. While the music is a bit much, I think its a  cool take on it.

I suggest making it full screen for a better view and watch it once or twice to see how they correlated the images.

I have another EKG training resource you can check out that covers all this in detail and goes over everything from normal sinus rhythm to complete heart blocks. I think its  one of the best resources to master EKG readings and prepare you for more advanced stuff like 12 leads. Click here to check out this EKG resource now.

EMS EKG Help | PVC’s

This Monday Minutes gives a short EMS EKG help overview on premature ventricular contractions.


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Preventing Artifact On Your EKG’s

Reading EKG’s is skill that is hard enough in a nice still cardiology office. But it can be even harder in the back of a moving ambulance. This Microwave Medic installment gives some EMS based advice on preventing artifact in your EKG’s. [Read more…]