I don't know how it is in other service areas, but my service is unable to obtain ANY dopamine... what-so-ever! I'm not sure if it is a manufacture problem (think back to 2010 when a huge company of our ACLS drugs changed to erectile dysfunction pills over night). Or maybe our hospitals are having an … Continue reading In memory of the dopamine bird…
Please stop by and check out my new ACLS Quiz App. It is full of challenging questions and gives you a score at the end. The app is free to download and is only on Android. This is a step into my new venture of adding more online accessible free medical education. I have a … Continue reading ACLS Quiz App
Currently, I work full-time with an EMT partner. When it comes to airway, I am a believer in prehospital intubation. Though, when a call is out of control, and airway is immediate, I love my back up airways and an aggressive EMT. Now, with that said, I do not believe that iGel needs to be … Continue reading iGel. Trendy now. But what about the tube??
Everything has a beginning. An inception of an idea where someone had the ambition to create it. Sometimes by accident. Like so many people in existence today, they were pure mistakes by their parents who had to many glasses of jim beam and there was a lack of entertainment on television. Now two asshole created … Continue reading The story behind the story.
The LA times reported recently of a woman being sentenced to jail for excessively calling 911 and reporting claiming she was having an emergency. http://www.emsworld.com/news/11285962/calif-woman-gets-jail-time-for-multiple-911-calls?utm_source=EMS+World+News+Newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=CPS131219004 43 year old woman, Linette Young, complained of having panic episodes that gave her the feeling that she was going to die. Yes, this is a common symptom with panic … Continue reading Don’t call 911… that many times. America’s perception of emergency services.