STEMI Webinars

Looking to improve your 12-lead reading skills, this was a great webinar on STEMI imposters, given by Dr. Marcin Dada of Hartford Hospital as part of the Mission Lifeline STEMI Accelerator Project in Hartford, CT.

It is now available for on-demand viewing.

Webinar recording: STEMI IMPOSTERS

Don’t stop there, check out these webinars/slide shows on the EMS 12-Lead blog, taught by Tom Bouthillet.

STEMI Mimics and Imposters

STEMI Recognition: Beyond the Basics

And if you have a handy $4.99, try Tom’s 12-Lead ECG Challenge application. Here’s a product review of it. I bought it the other day and have been enjoying it, and learning quite a bit. It’s great to play with while waiting in the triage line or on a standby.

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    Mike
    You Don't Have to Put on Your Red Lights
    I totally understand what you guys are saying and how you feel. It's a shame that because there are bad apples in a basket, we as people think the whole basket is bad and this is so far from the truth. I was an EMT for a little while, it was my part time job…
    2015-03-29 15:05:53
    Sandy
    The Ideal Medic
    As a 24 year medic, I finally figured out it wasn't me. Thank you for your article. You can't teach that in any classroom. I have always found that empathy is a great tool. Use it to benefit the patient and teach others what it is all about.
    2015-03-24 22:24:30
    Joseph Eriksen
    The Ideal Medic
    As a 30 year, now retired medic I completely agree. There is nothing wrong with second guessing although one should go with their gut. There are times to be aggressive and times to not. Also humor is one of the most powerful pre-hospital tools in the toolbox although it can't be taught. When appropriate it…
    2015-03-24 19:37:25
    Shawn McCormick
    The Ideal Medic
    I totally agree. To me those make great paramedics. I work as a Operation Supervisor and encourage teamwork/backup whenever the situation calls for it. I encourage feedback from a difficult call my crews responded to. 1) they have the chance to recall the events that took place and they may self evaluate the call. 2)…
    2015-03-24 17:14:14
    Sean Fitch
    The Ideal Medic
    Totally agree Peter, For too long I had the same interpretation and like you now, I would by far take your current description.
    2015-03-24 17:05:33

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