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  • or student paramedics During the course of this series we will be focusing on the basics of ECG along with discussing rhythm strips and 3 and 4 lead ECG s It s not going to turn you into a mega super ECG guru But it will provide you with a good understanding of what exactly you are looking at on a rhythm strip and how that corrosponds to different actions

    Original URL path: http://www.medicore.ie/blog/resuscitation/ecg-tutorial-1-anatomy-electrical-system.html?format=print&print=1&tmpl=component (2015-10-30)
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  • for over an hour You start to examine the woman and notice that she is diaphoretic Onset 1 Hour ago Provocation Palliation nothing makes it better or worse Quality pressure Radiation none Severity it isn t that bad Timing constant You connect the woman to the monitor and record some vitals Pulse 71 BP 126 78 Resps 14 unlabored SpO2 96 r a As the rhythm strips prints you get

    Original URL path: http://www.medicore.ie/blog/resuscitation/ecg-quiz-7.html?format=print&print=1&tmpl=component (2015-10-30)
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  • be used for unwitnessed out of hospital cardiac arrest Class III LOE C The precordial thump may be considered for patients with witnessed monitored unstable ventricular tachycardia including pulseless VT if a defibrillator is not immediately ready for use Class IIb LOE C but it should not delay CPR and shock delivery There is insufficient evidence to recommend for or against the use of the precordial thump for witnessed onset

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  • Posted by Medicore ie in Resuscitation Ok guys we have added a real world ECG What do you think is happening here What if anything would the patient be presenting

    Original URL path: http://www.medicore.ie/blog/resuscitation/ecg-quiz-6.html?format=print&print=1&tmpl=component (2015-10-30)
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  • Posted by Medicore ie in Resuscitation Ok so you are handed this rhythm strip and asked to give your opinion on it What do you think is happening here and

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  • rhythm strip Here s the situation You are called to a casualty who generally feels unwell The casualty is conscious You have difficulty finding a radial pulse so you attach the monitor and record an ECG This is what you

    Original URL path: http://www.medicore.ie/blog/resuscitation/ecg-quiz-4.html?format=print&print=1&tmpl=component (2015-10-30)
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  • how to apply a sling using a triangular bandage My question is this Are slings still as relevant useful today as they once were Points to consider 1 The casualty will usually place an injured arm in the most comfortable position for themselves 2 Putting the arm in a sling will require additional movement from the position the arm is now in Usually movement pain 3 Not considering remote rescue

    Original URL path: http://www.medicore.ie/blog/first-aid-and-medical/sling-a-thing-of-the-past-or-useful-bit-of-kit.html?format=print&print=1&tmpl=component (2015-10-30)
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