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This session will explore the long term consequences of ischemic heart disease and how VT ablation procedures can be used to help manage arrhythmia risk.
This presentation explores the types of patient presentations treated in an UCC and compared these to an after-hours General Practice Clinic and an ED.
his qualitative study examines the experiences and perceptions of racial and other forms of discrimination between Emergency Medical Care (EMC) students, clinical mentors, and patients within an Emergency Medical Service during clinical practice.
This study aimed to report on the impact of lived and witnessed racism by paramedics working in Australia. Pavani will be telling the stories of paramedics from across the country who have experienced or witnessed everyday racism on the job
Emergency-care providers have been identified as a critical contact point for victims. The interlude between violence perpetration and the victim’s help-seeking provides opportunities for screening, medical care and appropriate referral
This research looks at the changes associated with cuff inflation pressures and altitude during HEMS transport
This respective study analyses the trends and epidemiology associated with electrical injury that lead to prehospital cardiac arrest management.
This study focuses on the EMT-Bs use of capnography in Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
This case report describes how paramedics were able to manage the comatose patient, even when the cause for altered conscious state was initially unclear