I did another FB Live video and gave a quick tip to use when taking exams. It was my birthday and my gift to you. Be sure and give this tip a try next time you prepare for an exam. Check out the EMS Exam Success Package and my Study Formula mentioned at the end […]
In this FaceBook Live video. I give three key items you need to think about when assessing and treating Pregnant Trauma patients. While this may be a rare occurrence. We need to be prepared for this type of patient. The moms and baby’s life may depend on it. Watch the video and leave some comments, […]
Working on some new FaceBook Live sessions focused on NYC REMAC tips. Here is the first episode. Be sure to join the Facebook page for instant notifications when I go live. Join me here. (more…)
This ECG video focuses on a few common ECG strips you often see in the field. Remember before you know 12 leads, you MUST know EKG strips like these first. (more…)
Two great videos that discuss crush injuries and compartment syndrome. EMS videos to help study and understand crush injuries and compartment syndrome in the trauma patient. These are short but really cover the meat of these two trauma presentations. (more…)
Tips for paramedics when responding to chest pain call. Before and after during a Code 3 Response. [jwplayer mediaid=”4948″] Discover the all in one EMS study and training vault. Click here.
I did this video on the different techniques to study and prepare for the NREMT exam. I think you can use it for any EMS exam. [jwplayer mediaid=”5028″] Discover the EMS Study Formula I use and teach my private tutor EMS students to succeed on any exam. Stop cramming for exams and use laser […]
Great EMS training video on 12 Lead ECG and telling the difference between left and right bundle branch blocks. Try this video training for even more 12 Lead ECG Mastery
This is a great video by Rob Theriault of Paramedic Tutor on basics of 12 lead ECG interpretation. Be sure to FB like this video and tell your friends. Rob has a wide selection of ECG study help on his blog and over at Youtube. Nice short videos that help keep you engaged and build […]
This quick video gives an overview on the differences between MacIntosh and Miller laryngoscope blades, their placement and use in endotracheal intubation.