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Originally published in TechNation’s April Roundtable: AEDS/Defibrillators. Q: What are the basic functions or features every automated external defibrillator (AED) should have? Okeson: Two essential functions should be present with every AED. One, the AED should always be rescue-ready and in a place easily accessible. Each manufacturer offers features on their AEDs to assist in […]Read More
Kathy Linville, EMS Channel Manager with Laerdal Medical, walks us through several of Laerdal’s comprehensive airway solutions for your training needs. Today, we will go over some of Laerdal’s airway task trainers, starting with the Premature Anne. This type of task trainer is a 25-week task trainer that carries an umbilical line and pre-ported IV […]Read More
Q: What is the most important thing every healthcare professional should consider before buying an Automated Chest Compression device? Grant Cooper: Every healthcare provider, and those trained in CPR, should know the American Heart Association’s guidelines on compressions, depth, and fatigue. The best practice for conventional CPR is a ratio of 30:2 compressions-to-breaths at a […]Read More
Trent Harris, Master Medical Equipment’s clinical sales specialist, has been in the Emergency Medical Service for 25 years as of this year. Trent took some time to go over the features, parameters, and revolutionary design of the New Philips Tempus Pro ALS Solution. View the full video down below. The Tempus is comprised of […]Read More