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48. CHAIR DAVID CHAMBERS VICE CHAIR JOE HOLLEY MI/STEMI STEVEN MANOUKIAN QI/DATA SULLIVAN SMITH JACKIE WILKERSON EDUCATION DAVID CHAMBERS. EMS ASSESSMENT HOSPITAL ASSESSMENT. Key Findings. 71% of EMS systems have 12-lead ECGs on 76% or more of their vehicles – MORE THAN ANTICIPATED

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CHAIRDAVID CHAMBERSVICE CHAIRJOE HOLLEYMI/STEMISTEVEN MANOUKIANQI/DATASULLIVAN SMITHJACKIE WILKERSONEDUCATIONDAVID CHAMBERS
key findings
Key Findings
  • 71% of EMS systems have 12-lead ECGs on 76% or more of their vehicles – MORE THAN ANTICIPATED
  • Of EMS systems with 12-lead ECGs:
    • Most lacked a standard method for communicating the ECG results to hospitals
    • EMS field personnel remotely activate cath labs only 9% of the time
    • Destination protocols are only used 39% of the time to take patients to a PCI-capable hospital
  • Information sharing among EMS and hospitals is poor
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MOVING FORWARDSTATE WIDE 12 LEAD EKG SYSTEMCASE FOR SUPPORT AND FUNDINGREGIONAL CHAMPIONSDATASTATE STEMI MEETINGUPDATE THE TASK FORCE
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