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Monitoring of Heart-Kidney Interactions What Should we Monitor?

Monitoring of Heart-Kidney Interactions What Should we Monitor?

Monitoring of Heart-Kidney Interactions What Should we Monitor?. David Nelson, MD, PhD Director, Cardiac Intensive Care The Heart Institute Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. Is this the response to Low Cardiac Output Syndrome in your ICU?.

By Olivia
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CPR & AED

CPR & AED

CPR & AED. CPR stands for…. C ardio P ulmonary R esuscitation. When Do You Use CPR?. The steps in CPR should be used whenever someone is unresponsive and not breathing. What are the 4 life threatening emergencies in adults?. ~ Heart Attack ~ Cardiac Arrest ~ Choking ~ Stroke.

By Jims
(367 views)

Resuscitation Update 2015

Resuscitation Update 2015

Resuscitation Update 2015. AHA Guidelines 2015. An overview of what’s new…. Ed Racht Lynn White. First & foremost…. Welcome to our new colleagues from Rural Metro…. Who are we now?. Largest single US provider of 911 services Practices in 40 States & DC 26,188 caregivers

By omer
(304 views)

CAST: Cardiac Arrhythmia Suppression Trial

CAST: Cardiac Arrhythmia Suppression Trial

CAST: Cardiac Arrhythmia Suppression Trial. Purpose To determine whether therapy with class Ic antiarrhythmics to suppress asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic ventricular arrhythmias after MI reduces mortality due to arrhythmia Reference

By bernad
(575 views)

HazMat & Emergency Codes

HazMat & Emergency Codes

HazMat & Emergency Codes. EPNEC Community-Wide Orientation. JCAHO Standards 2006 Environment of Care (EOC). EC 1.10 – Safety Management EC 2.10 - Security Management EC 3.10 - Hazardous Materials and Waste Management. EOC PLANS ….JCAHO (2). EC 4.10 – Emergency Management

By andrew
(239 views)

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION HANDS ON CPR

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION HANDS ON CPR

WEST TEXAS CPR & SAFETY TRAINING PRESENTS . AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION HANDS ON CPR. Q: What is Hands-Only CPR?

By Antony
(351 views)

Complications of Neuraxial Blockade

Complications of Neuraxial Blockade

Soli Deo Gloria . Complications of Neuraxial Blockade. Developing Countries Regional Anesthesia Lecture Series Daniel D. Moos CRNA, Ed.D . U.S.A. moosd@charter.net. Lecture 13. Disclaimer.

By Gabriel
(650 views)

2011 NH Patient Care Protocols

2011 NH Patient Care Protocols

2011 NH Patient Care Protocols. Vicki Blanchard, BS, EMT-P Advanced Life Support Coordinator Tom D’Aprix, MD NH State Medical Director New Hampshire Department of Safety Division of Fire Standards and Training and EMS. Preface. Online Medical Control

By elmo
(244 views)

ACLS ALGORITHMS

ACLS ALGORITHMS

ACLS ALGORITHMS. Acute Pulmonary Edema / Hypotension / Shock Algorithm. Clinical signs of hypoperfusion, congestive heart failure, acute pulmonary edema Assess ABC’s Assess vitals Secure airway Review history Administer O 2 Perform physical exam Start IV 12 lead ECG, chest x-ray

By ramya
(1672 views)

Part One General Concepts

Part One General Concepts

Part One General Concepts. Mrs. Gribbins. You can save a life!. Cardiac arrest remains a substantial health problem Occurs in and out of hospital 350,000 people per year have cardiac arrest. Critical Concepts. High quality CPR improves victims chance of survival Start within 10 seconds

By kalonice
(178 views)

Clinical Outcomes from Human Patient Simulation

Clinical Outcomes from Human Patient Simulation

Clinical Outcomes from Human Patient Simulation. Paula Garvey BSN, RN-BC No planner or presenter has any conflict of interest in the content to be discussed. This presentation received in-kind assistance from METI in the form of a simulator to use for demonstration purposes.

By carter
(177 views)

On-the-Field Acute Care and Emergency Procedures

On-the-Field Acute Care and Emergency Procedures

On-the-Field Acute Care and Emergency Procedures. Emergency Action Plan. Primary concern is maintaining cardiovascular and CNS functioning Key to emergency aid is the initial evaluation of the injured patient Members of sports medicine team must at all times act reasonably and prudently

By trevelian
(556 views)

Cardiac Arrest Management

Cardiac Arrest Management

Cardiac Arrest Management. Last Time. Vasopressors Inotropes. Today. Post cardiac arrest management Targeted Temperature Management (TTM). Case. 54yr old tax lawyer Collapses on Liverpool St Station Anaethetist on scene who finds AED ROSC afer 15min but patient remains unconscious

By garima
(301 views)

PROTOCOL UPDATE ALABAMA EMS PROTOCOLS EMT-BASIC

PROTOCOL UPDATE ALABAMA EMS PROTOCOLS EMT-BASIC

PROTOCOL UPDATE ALABAMA EMS PROTOCOLS EMT-BASIC. EDITION 5 JUNE, 2010 UPDATE . PROTOCOL UPDATE. IF YOU IDENTIFY MISTAKES IN THE PROTOCOLS OR IF YOU HAVE SUGGESTIONS FOR PROTOCOL CHANGES EMAIL: John.Campbell@adph.state.al.us. PURPOSE OF PROTOCOLS . IMPROVE PATIENT CARE

By deon
(188 views)

Objective - Can POCUS determine outcomes in cardiac arrest? Intervention

Objective - Can POCUS determine outcomes in cardiac arrest? Intervention

Emergency department point-of-care ultrasound in out-of-hospital and in-ED cardiac arrest Gaspari R, Weekes A, Adhikari S, et al. Resuscitation. 2016;109:33-39. DEEP DIVE SERIES Echo in Cardiac Arrest. Objective - Can POCUS determine outcomes in cardiac arrest? Intervention

By kass
(152 views)

Advanced Life Support in perspective

Advanced Life Support in perspective

Advanced Life Support in perspective. Chain of survival: 1. Early access to emergency services [911]. 2. Early Basic life Support [by hands only]. 3. Early defibrillation . 4. Early Advanced Life Support. Causes & prevention of Cardio respiratory arrest.

By duc
(285 views)

ACEP and Essentials 2014 Pearls and Highlights Nov 26 2014

ACEP and Essentials 2014 Pearls and Highlights Nov 26 2014

ACEP and Essentials 2014 Pearls and Highlights Nov 26 2014. Sean Wormsbecker Peter Macdonald Janice Wong Katie Sullivan. Strictly an overview. Brief synopses of interesting topics Not comprehensive reviews of topics Generate discussion and interest for future rounds. Essentials Pearls.

By lucretia
(659 views)

Heart Attack vs. Cardiac Arrest

Heart Attack vs. Cardiac Arrest

Heart Attack vs. Cardiac Arrest. Heart Attack A heart attack occurs when an artery supplying blood to your heart becomes completely blocked. A patient might complain of chest pain and the heart continues to beat. Cardiac Arrest

By gyda
(200 views)

Update on Hypothermia post Cardiac Arrest. E Hessel, II, MD, FACS

Update on Hypothermia post Cardiac Arrest. E Hessel, II, MD, FACS

Update on Hypothermia post Cardiac Arrest. E Hessel, II, MD, FACS. Strive to Revive: Improving Cardiac Resuscitation American Heart Association and UK HealthCare Gill Heart Institute Lexington, KY April 28, 2014 Revised April 28, 2012 ; 0530 EDST. Disclosures.

By vine
(99 views)

Cardiopulmonary Emergencies

Cardiopulmonary Emergencies

Cardiopulmonary Emergencies. Cardiac Compromise. Chest pain Dyspnea Anxious Nausea Abdominal pain Sweating Abnormal HR and RR. Abnormal HR. Bradycardia Slower than 60 BPM Tachycardia Faster than 100 BPM Palpitations Irregular or rapid heart beats that cause fluttering in the chest.

By zhen
(219 views)

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