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Training Categorized: Cardiology

Atrial Flutter

This arrhythmia video reviews the characteristics of Atrial Flutter. For more great videos, check out our Free Training page at EMTprep.com This video is specifically provided by EMTprep to assist Members in preparing for the NREMT exam and related skills sheets and for no other purpose. NREMT study aids and resources provided by EMTprep are not intended to provide training for life saving techniques, emergency response training, or any other type of medical training.

3rd Degree AV Block

In this video, we walk you through the characteristics of a 3rd Degree AV Block. For more great training, check out the Free Training page on our website, EMTprep.com This video is specifically provided by EMTprep to assist Members in preparing for the NREMT exam and related skills sheets and for no other purpose. NREMT study aids and resources provided by EMTprep are not intended to provide training for life saving techniques, emergency response training, or any other type of medical training.

In EMS, routine auscultation of heart tones is largely ignored. Often times this is due to a lack of education on what to listen for. The goal of this study guide is to equip the EMS provider with the tools necessary to add routine heart tone auscultation to their patient assessment.

Heart tones are often times difficult to hear as they require a very quiet environment to hear through our stethoscopes. Due to the loud noises that are often going on during our treatment of patients, routine auscultation of heart tones can be very difficult. The time to auscultate heart tones is usually on scene where road noise and/or lights & sirens are not likely to...

Every 5 years we get an update to the CPR guidelines courtesy of the AHA. Some years, we see minor changes and other times we see major changes like we did in 2010 where the A-B-C sequence was completely rearranged to C-A-B. We saw an emphasis placed on early compressions for the lay rescuer. This has, at times, led to some confusion amongst healthcare workers. Our goal with this study guide is to bring clarification to the 2015 AHA CPR Guidelines and describe any differences between lay rescuers and healthcare providers.

It should be mentioned that all of the information in this study guide was gleaned from the “Highlights of the 2015 AHA Guidelines...