Page 9 – Why on abdominal pain calls you should think of MI, pelvic issues and consider heart problems on patients above 50 or diabetics
The 5 signs in abdominal pain that could be much more – page 10
Common call type where you should be thinking trauma or medical – page 14
12 diagnosis’ you should consider with arguably the most common call in EMS – page 17
page 19 – 4 important considerations with epiglottis patients
The six key early considerations for patients in cardiac arrest – page 23
Chest pain and non cardiac causes – page 25
Page 26 – The % of AMI and normal ECGs?
Two drugs you should not give when your patient is in bradycardia – page 33
15 differentials to think about with seizure patients – page 40
Another common call type that requires you consider over 12 differentials and some may be life threatening – page 45
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