Physio-Control/Stryker & Saxe Healthcare Communications present*…“eCPR—Mechanical CPR, ECMO and PCI…Oh My!” Changes in the management of cardiac arrest have led to dramatically improved outcomes. However, a subset of patients in ventricular fibrillation may require more support and intervention. This webinar will identify those patients who may benefit from immediate percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) during cardiac arrest. […]
Saxe Communications & Physio-Control/Stryker present… “CPR Report Cards: What’s Your Grade?” High quality CPR is essential to improving outcomes in cardiac arrest. Even experienced healthcare professionals can find manual CPR to be very challenging. Technology can assist healthcare professionals in improving CPR quality. For example, intra-arrest CPR data can be downloaded from defibrillators providing valuable […]
Physio-Control presents… “Capnography: It’s More Than Ventilation” Capnography continues to be an important tool in measuring expired CO2. Most recent ACLS guidelines now recommend using capnography to ascertain the effectiveness of chest compressions and duration of CPR. This third webinar in the Cardiac Resuscitation Series will include an overview of ACLS guidelines regarding continuous waveform […]
Saxe Healthcare presents… “Improving Cardiac Resuscitation: Why High Quality CPR Matters” This second webinar in the Cardiac Resuscitation Series will include a review of the American Heart Association’s 2015 ACLS & BLS Guidelines with specific reference to CPR quality. Critical to improving the quality of CPR, this webinar will address the importance of measuring CPR […]
Download a PDF of this presentation. Listen to recording of this presentation. Note: This program is available for home study continuing education credit. See details below. HealthTrust and Physio-Control present… “High Quality CPR & Why It Matters” This is the second in a series of four webinars focused on Cardiac Resuscitation. An overview […]
This program is the first in a series of four webinars focused on cardiac resuscitation. Part one will feature an overview of the 2015 ACLS and BLS guidelines. The American Heart Association’s new approach to these guidelines will be discussed, as well as CPR recommendations, the improving of defibrillation events, capnography and the evidence and recommendations behind medications used during cardiac arrest.