ABG’s as easy as 123

Have you ever wondered what all was being told to you in a lab study?  How about one of the major labs like an ABG?  This class will help the provider identify normal and abnormal ABG values, identify acid-base imbalance associated with abnormal ABG values, and...

EMS Implications of Body Piercing

With more and more of our patient population having more than a single body piercing it can significantly impact upon our current medical treatment protocols.  We will discuss the medical implications of the various forms of body piercing.  The student should be able...

History’s Mysteries

Did you know that George Washington died of a sore throat? Or that John Ritter died of an Aortic Dissection?  What about Christopher Reeve?  Didn’t he die in a horseback related accident?  No?   In this presentation we will re-visit some famous and historical figures...

Under Pressure: Crush Injuries

Whether a vehicle, piece of equipment, building material, or soil; crush injuries are common in all disciplines of technical rescue. Gone are the days of rescuers dragging patient out to awaiting EMS. Modern medicine and technical rescue require medical providers to...

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