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ACPIC20 - Zainab discusses the findings of the impact of temporal changes in the epidemiology and management of traumatic OHCA on survival outcomes, using data from the Victorian Ambulance Cardiac Arrest Registry
ACPIC20 - Earlier this year, Australia nearly lost beloved former Wiggle Greg Page when he suffered a sudden cardiac arrest in the middle of a bushfire relief concert while on stage with The Wiggles. This session provides a unique opportunity to get an insight into a patient's perspective.
ACPIC20 - Comparison of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests occurring in schools and other public locations: a 12 year retrospective study
In Part 1 of our ECG CPD/Workshop we will roll back to the basic components of a rhythm strips and 12 lead ECG’s, applying context and setting default recognition habits in order to confidently comment on AV Blocks, Bundle branches, and Axis deviation.
In Part 2 we are building on the knowledge gained from part 1 of our ECG CPD/Workshop. In this next instalment we will delve a little deeper to build on those skills and introduce the more challenging conditions that should be much easier to understand and interpret, with a great interactive quiz to finish.
PA International Conference 2018: Paramedic delivered fibrinolysis in the treatment of STEMI: Comparison of a physician authorised versus autonomous paramedic approach