36 episodes

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.

resus10 Stryker Emergency Care

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9, 17 Ratings

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.

    ECG myth busting

    ECG myth busting

    How can your ECG reports be correct 98.5% of the time but still guide false cath lab activation 60% of the time? What’s the difference between specificity and positive predictive value and why does that matter? How can facts about ECGs be true and contradictory all at the same time?
     In this episode, Sean Graham interviews Tim Phalen, paramedic clinical educator and author of The 12-Lead ECG in Acute Coronary Syndromes.
     
    Sean and Tim discuss common myths about ECGs, how ECGs can augment an emergency caregiver’s decision-making, and more insights on implementing ECG technology in the field.
     
    This is part 2 of a three-part series on ECGs. 

    • 10 min
    The science of 12-leads

    The science of 12-leads

    Let’s take an in-depth look at the clinical context surrounding ECGs.
    In this episode, Sean Graham interviews Blaine Krusor, who has spent the last 20 years focused on emergency medicine and the science that drives it. Currently one of Stryker’s clinical experts, Blaine began his career as a hospital cardiac RN and a CCU/ICU RN. He also holds multiple device patents in the areas of defibrillation and electrocardiography. 
    Sean and Blaine discuss areas of 12-lead interpretation, including the Sgarbossa criteria and how clinicians can better utilize the 12-lead tool for improving diagnoses for acute coronary syndrome patients.
    This is part 1 of a three-part series on ECGs.

    • 10 min
    TEE: An emerging view into cardiac arrest

    TEE: An emerging view into cardiac arrest

    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 echocardiography (TEE), including the emergent use of this technology to improve cardiac arrest care, its potential to provide clinicians the opportunity to tailor care to patients, and what needs to be done if this personalized care is to become a standard of care.

    • 11 min
    Inside the innovation – cprINSIGHT Analysis Technology

    Inside the innovation – cprINSIGHT Analysis Technology

    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 can you get more CPR time if you are following the prompts of an AED?
     
    In this episode of resus10, Sean Graham interviews Dr. Fred Chapman, director of research for Stryker's Emergency Care business, on how an innovative algorithm called cprINSIGHT Analysis Technology challenges the status quo and helps save lives.

    • 10 min
    Focus on airway management

    Focus on airway management

    Get ready for a master class in advanced airway management. In this episode of resus10, Sean Graham interviews Dr. Mike Levy, medical director for Anchorage Fire and the state of Alaska, and chief medical advisor for Stryker. Sean and Dr. Levy discuss tools and techniques for airway management, and the evolving complexities and variabilities of providing advanced airway management in EMS.

    • 12 min
    A shocking episode: Exploring cardiogenic shock

    A shocking episode: Exploring cardiogenic shock

    In this episode, Nicole Kupchik, MN, RN, CCNS, interviews Dr. Ali Haider on cardiogenic shock. Nicole and Dr. Haider, an interventional cardiologist, discuss managing cardiogenic shock, and the tools and resources needed to support these patients.

    • 11 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

MilesNotCyrus ,

Love it

SUCH great content. I always want to hear and know more, wish they were longer - on the other hand I do appreciate that they are short, so aren’t overwhelming. So, Nicole this means you need to create another, longer podcast 😉

Anon1151 ,

Well worth a listen

This is a great podcast, Concise delivery of information and relevant. If you are a nurse leader or physician who is interested in the mechanics of a good resuscitation this should be on your list. The content appears to be brand agnostic and my only qualm is I wish it were longer. When I was perusing the forums I saw a few people mention that Nicole actually performs the theme song herself on her guitar herself. While I will never know if it's true or not I will continue to be impressed by her content, if you've ever seen her speak at a convention it's the same level of enthusiasm and similarly well sourced and referenced content. Enjoy!

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