Telephone CPR System-Wide and Episode 504

MedicCast Audio Podcast for EMT Paramedics and EMS Students show

Summary: How can telephone CPR help you do your job and what can you do to support your dispatchers as they do the difficult job of managing the cardiac arrest patient before you arrive on scene? We talk about that in this episode. If that’s what you’re looking for, you found it, right here on this week’s episode of the MedicCast.<br> The MedicCast is a proud member of the <a title="ProMed Network site" href="" target="_blank">ProMed Podcast Network</a>.<br> Brought to you by the <a href="" target="_blank">Extreme Medical Services novels</a>. Check out this innovative new supernatural EMS series for some fun reading. And also brought to you by <a title="Med Math Book" href="" target="_blank">Med Math Simplified</a>. Check out the book for paramedics, students and other medical professionals on Amazon, or your favorite bookseller online. Get it on <a title="Amazon Med Math Simplified link" href=";camp=1789&amp;creative=390957&amp;field-keywords=med%20math%20simplified&amp;linkCode=ur2&amp;sprefix=med%20mat%2Caps%2C169&amp;tag=themediccastp-20&amp;url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&amp;linkId=PEOAZ4JTRW3TJGOA"></a>.<br> MedicCast Episode 504<br> <a href=""></a>Good day and welcome to this week’s episode of the MedicCast. I’m your host, Jamie Davis the Podmedic and I’d like to welcome you to this week’s show. I chat with Telephone CPR advocate and American Heart Association Telephone CPR Committee member, Dr. Kevin Seaman. Kevin has been on the show before and comes back in partnership with the American Heart Association to chat about what is going on with Telephone CPR as part of an overall systemic approach to cardiac arrest survival improvements.<br> All of these segments this week were recorded thanks to the continuing support and sponsorship of the <a href="" target="_blank">Physio-Control corporation</a>. Thank them for supporting your EMS podcasting community. Also brought to you in part by a partnership with the <a href="" target="_blank">American Heart Association and their excellent CPR resources</a>.<br> —<br> Tip Segment:<br> Here’s my special segment with Dr. Kevin Seaman, brought to us through our partnership with the American Heart Association this month, to talk about what is happening with Telephone CPR and our dispatchers before we all arrive on the scene. Check it out.<br> Contact the MedicCast<br> If you want to get back in touch with me, make sure you do so. You can email me at <a title="email link" href=""></a>. Also, if you’re an android user or iPhone or iPad owner, check out the brand new free MedicCast App. Get the <a title="MedicCast Android App" href="" rel="nofollow">free MedicCast app from the Google play store</a>. Get the <a title="iOS App for the MedicCast" href="" rel="nofollow">free MedicCast EMS app for iOS</a>.<br> —<br> The MedicCast is a proud member of the <a title="ProMed Network site" href="" target="_blank">ProMed Podcast Network</a>.<br> —-<br> Get the Official MedicCast Free App<br> <a title="Free iPhone or iPad App" href=";offerid=146261&amp;type=3&amp;subid=0&amp;tmpid=1826&amp;" rel="nofollow"></a><br> <a title="Free Android App" href="" rel="nofollow"></a><br> —–<br>