Furosemide is good for filling the patient’s bladder, but the patient probably did not call for help filling his/her bladder.

- Rogue Medic

Podcasting on the 2010 AHA Guidelines



Also posted over at Paramedicine 101. Go check out the rest of the excellent material there.

There are three podcasts discussing the new AHA (American Heart Association) guidelines. I am not on any of them, but I strongly encourage you to listen to all three of these. Each focuses on different changes, so there is minimal repetition from listening to all three.

No One Ever Died of Cardiac Arrest: EMS Garage Episode 108

The audio is a bit rough, but the discussion is excellent. If you want to know what is important, all of these podcasts contribute important information to our understanding of the new AHA (American Heart Association) guidelines.

Emergency Cardiovascular Care 2010 Update Interview

A great interview by Jamie Davis Tom Bouthillet and with Dr. Monica Kleinman, a representative of the AHA.

EMCrit Podcast 34 – 2010 ACLS Guidelines

The shortest podcast, and the first 3 minutes are a discussion of questions related to the previous podcast on stroke.

This is supplemented by a detailed summary of the new guidelines created by Dr. Weingart. If you want one document to read to cover all of the new AHA guidelines, this one is very well done.

Updated 02/08/11 to reflect the new blog address for EMCrit. http://emcrit.org/ The old links did not redirect appropriately.

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