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Do you work on an EMS team or in a hospital? Do you want to improve patient care, love learning new things, but never have enough time? The resus10 podcast fits the info you need into the time you have. Download a 10-minute episode today and discover tips and techniques that could help your team make a lifesaving difference.
 
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What does it take to turn an idea into an innovation that can be used by emergency caregivers to help patients? In this episode of resus10, Sean Graham interviews Kathryn Janecke, senior director of regulatory, quality and clinical affairs for Stryker’s Emergency Care business unit. With a background in biochemistry, Kathryn has spent 20 years in t…
 
As the healthcare environment is continuously evolving, how are medical technologies keeping pace with the need for constant innovation? In this episode of resus10, Sean Graham interviews Kiran Mahadik, director of upstream marketing for data solutions for Stryker's Emergency Care business unit and a board member of the Sepsis Alliance. As a health…
 
With so many Continuing Education classrooms moving online, it’s never been more important to become an effective self-directed learner. In this episode, Sean Graham interviews Dr. Maia Dorsett, an EM and EMS physician at the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York. Dr. Dorsett focuses on EMS education and quality improvement initiatives…
 
When it comes to data, numbers only tell part of the story. In this episode, Nicole Kupchik, MN, RN, CCNS, interviews Dr. Bridgid Joseph, program director for emergency cardiovascular care at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, and director of simulation education for the department of nursing at the Carl J. Shapiro Simulation and Skill…
 
As a Level 1 trauma center, UChicago Medicine sees its fair share of sudden cardiac arrest patients – including in the cath lab, where the challenge of providing high quality chest compressions can be difficult to say the least. In this episode of resus10, Sean Graham interviews Dr. Atman Shah, the clinical director for the section of cardiology, c…
 
What would happen if personalized care was the standard of care? In this episode, Nicole Kupchik interviews Dr. Ben Abella, director of the Center for Resuscitation Science, professor of emergency medicine for the University of Pennsylvania, and chair for the American Heart Association Resuscitation Science Symposium. They discuss transesophageal e…
 
Until recently, pauses during CPR have been necessary when using an AED. We also know that it is critical to provide as much continuous CPR as possible throughout a resuscitation for the best chance of survival. Conventional AEDs must suspend chest compressions for at least 10 seconds in order to perform rhythm analysis free of ECG artifact. So how…
 
Also known as the popular "yourheartdoc" on Instagram, Dr. Ali Haider understands the importance of treating the patient – not just the labs. As an interventional cardiologist, he has used the latest technologies to navigate the most puzzling patients, from complicated cath lab cases to outliers lacking obvious risks. In this episode, Nicole Kupchi…
 
During the COVID-19 pandemic, how can you resuscitate a patient in cardiac arrest while minimizing personal exposure and maximizing team effectiveness? Join Nicole Kupchik, MN, RN, CCNS, as she shares information to help emergency response teams during this unprecedented time, including logistical consideration of team response, safety during intub…
 
From working in law enforcement to EMS to the cardiac surgical ICU, Mike McEvoy’s career has spanned the gauntlet of emergency provider professions. He sits down with Nicole Kupchik, MN, RN, CCNS, to discuss his experiences in critical care and the goals for his new role as executive editor of JEMS Magazine.…
 
Recorded live on the NTI show room floor, resus10 explores the hottest topics facing today’s EMS and hospital professionals. In this episode, Nicole Kupchik, MN, RN, CCNS interviews Mike McEvoy, PhD, NRP, RN, CCRN, staff nurse at Albany Medical Center, EMS coordinator for Saratoga County, New York and a paramedic supervisor with Clifton Park and Ha…
 
A recent hot topic in emergency medicine is the tube debate – should you pause CPR to place an endotracheal tube, or should you instead focus first on high-performance CPR and defibrillation? In this episode, Nicole Kupchik, MN, RN, CCNS interviews Dr. Brian Clemency, associate professor of emergency medicine at the University at Buffalo and medica…
 
Opioid overdose leading to respiratory arrest is becoming more frequent in communities across the United States. These cardiac arrests present unique challenges with many variables – whether it’s the well-intentioned bystander administering an incorrect NARCAN dose, or patients arriving at the ED with mysterious arrest experiences. In today’s episo…
 
Sometimes the most difficult question is the simplest: when do you leave? For EMS teams responding to sudden cardiac arrest patients, this question is more nuanced than it looks. How long should first responders stay on scene and attempt resuscitation? Should you continue CPR and lifesaving efforts in the field, or should you transport to the neare…
 
We’ll admit it – documentation is rarely a caregiver’s favorite part of their job. In this episode, Nicole Kupchik, MN, RN, interviews Bridgid Joseph, program director for the Emergency Cardiovascular Care Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. Recorded live on the NTI 2018 exhibits show floor, they discuss how Bridgid’s team use…
 
Is it true that hindsight is 20/20? In this episode, Nicole Kupchik, MN, RN, interviews Dr. Heather Wolfe, Assistant Professor of Anesthesia and Critical Care Medicine at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. They discuss her team’s study on post-event debriefings, how cold debriefings can make a lifesaving difference, and how her team has been …
 
The smallest patients can be the biggest fighters. In this episode, Nicole Kupchik, MN, RN, interviews Dr. Vinay Nadkarni, a pediatric physician at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and endowed chair professor of the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, medical director at CHOP for the Center of Simulation Advanced Education a…
 
Nicole Kupchik, MN, RN, interviews Dr. Dana Edelson who works with the University of Chicago as a hospitalist and is the founder and CEO of Quant HC. Dr. Edelson discusses the importance of patient-driven and data-driven medicine and her work regarding CPR quality – including how her team addressed the “pause problem” and lowered their median CPR p…
 
In this episode, Nicole Kupchik, MN, RN, interviews Dr. Atman Shah, Clinical Director of the Section of Cardiology at the University of Chicago Medicine (UCM). Dr. Shah shares how his organization is utilizing mechanical CPR and ECMO to support patients during cardiac arrest, with the intention to preserve the myocardium while PCI is being performe…
 
In this episode, Nicole Kupchik, MN, RN, interviews Bridgid Joseph, Clinical Nurse Specialist and Program Director for the Emergency Cardiovascular Care Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. Bridgid shares how her medical center tackled the challenge of implementing the latest American Heart Association ACLS and BLS guidelines i…
 
In this episode, Nicole Kupchik, MN, RN, interviews Dr. Chuck Pozner, who is Medical Director at the STRATUS Center for Medical Simulation at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Dr. Pozner shares how his team has used mock codes to identity and change potentially lifesaving processes – and how a resuscitation team is more similar to a symphony orchestra …
 
In this episode, Nicole interviews Dr. Beth Mancini, Professor and Associate Dean and Chair for the Undergraduate Nursing Programs at the University of Texas. Beth shares her perspective on how training in teams with simulations and debriefings is impacting how her organization manages an environment of constant change. Interested in learning more?…
 
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