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 93% or even 90% is just fine for patients.

This week on the show Jim is joined by Josh and Dave and they discuss this report and how even recent suggestions per the AHA has made using oxygen much different than it has been.

Take a listen below and be sure to read the report via the link below the audio.

The web based version of this report is on this page here.

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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.
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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.

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Cardiovascular Emergencies P3 | Electrophysiology | EMS Quick Study Help Tips

This episode of the Monday Minutes focuses on key elements of electrophysiology in cardiovascular emergencies. Discover what you will see on EMS paramedic exams, build your knowledge and become a better clinician in EMS

 


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Pacemakers | Cardiovascular Emergencies P2 | EMS Study Help Tips

This is P2 of cardiovascular emergencies and focuses on key elements you will see on EMS paramedic exams. In particular this session covers inherent pacemakers of the heart.

 
 
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Cardiovascular Emergencies P1 | EMS Study Help Tips

This episode of the EMS study help tips begins the cardiovascular emergencies section. Part one below focuses on key elements you will see often see on EMS exams.

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Respiratory Emergencies P9 | Hyperventilation | EMS Study Help Tips

This last episode on respiratory emergencies focuses on hyperventilation. These EMS study help tips can help you with key elements of content you need to know to pass your paramedic exams.

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Respiratory Emergencies P7 | Pulmonary Embolism | EMS Study Help Tips

One respiratory emergency when your assessment as an EMS professional can really matter is pulmonary embolism. While we can’t do much in the field, recognizing a pulmonary embolism can mean the difference for your patient.

This episode of the Monday Minutes offers key elements to help you recognize this EMS emergency and give you more confidence with your patient assessment and exam taking skills.
 

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Do We Lie In EMS?

Do you think we lie in EMS? To our patients, our partners or our bosses. Maybe we do it to avoid uncomfortable questions, to keep the peace or to keep our EMS jobs.

Listen to this episode below and maybe you can answer the question. Have you ever lied as an EMS provider?

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