EMS World

JAN 2018

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30 JANUARY 2018 | EMSWORLD.com For More Information Circle 26 on Reader Service Card For More Information Circle 27 on Reader Service Card cardiac arrest in children. J Am Heart Assoc, 2015 Oct 8; 4(10): e002122. 6. Rea TD, Eisenberg MS, Becker L J, Murray JA, Hearne T. Temporal trends in sudden cardiac arrest: A 25-year emergency medical services perspective. Circulation, 2003; 107(22): 2,780–5. 7. Sasson C, Rogers MA, Dahl J, Kellermann AL. Predictors of survival from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: A systematic review and meta- analysis. Circ Cardiovasc Qual Outcomes, 2010 Jan; 3(1): 63–81. 8. Donoghue A J, Nadkarni V, Berg RA, et al. CanAm Pediatric Cardiac Arrest Investigators. Out-of-hospital pediatric cardiac arrest: An epidemiologic review and assessment of current knowledge. Ann Emerg Med, 2005 Dec; 46(6): 512–22. 9. Duron V, Burke RV, Bliss D, Ford HR, Upperman JS. Survival of pediatric blunt trauma patients presenting with no signs of life in the field. 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Implementation of pit crew approach and cardiopulmonary resuscitation metrics for out-of- hospital cardiac arrest improves patient survival and neurological outcome. J Am Heart Assoc, 2016 Jan 11; 5: 1–10. 27. Pearson DA, Darrell Nelson R, Monk L, et al. Comparison of team- focused CPR vs standard CPR in resuscitation from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: Results from a statewide quality improvement initiative. Resuscitation, 2016 Aug; 105: 165–72. 28. Austin-Travis County EMS, www.austintexas.gov/department/ems. 29. Wik L, Olsen JA, Persse D, et al. Manual vs. integrated automatic load-distributing band CPR with equal survival after out of hospital cardiac arrest. The randomized CIRC trial. Resuscitation, 2014 Jun; 85(6): 741–8. 30. Zhan L, Yang L J, Huang Y, et al. Continuous chest compression versus interrupted chest compression for cardiopulmonary resuscitation of non-asphyxial out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Cochrane Database Syst Rev, 2017 Mar 27; 3: CD010134. 31. Olasveengen TM, Wik L, Steen P. Quality of cardiopulmonary resuscitation before and during transport in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Resuscitation, 2008 Feb; 76(2): 185–90. 32. Fox J, Fiechter R, Gerstl P. Mechanical versus manual chest compression CPR under ground ambulance transport conditions. Acute Card Care, 2013 Mar; 15(1): 1–6. 33. Roosa JR, Vadeboncoeur TF, Dommer PB, et al. CPR variability during ground ambulance transport of patients in cardiac arrest. Resuscitation, 2013; 84(5): 592–5. 34. Lyon RM, Crawford A, Crookston C, Short S, Clegg GR. The combined use of mechanical CPR and a carry sheet to maintain quality resuscitation in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients during extrication and transport. Resuscitation, 2015; 93: 102–6. ABOUT THE AUTHORS Phillip Friesen, DO, is a pediatric emergency medicine faculty member at Dell Children's Medical Center, Austin, Tex. Lawrence H. Brown, PhD, is associate professor and director of research education for the emergency medicine program at Dell Medical School, University of Texas. Jose Cabanas, MD, MPH, FACEP, is medical director for Wake County EMS in Raleigh, N.C. Paul Hinchey, MD, MBA, FACEP, is assistant medical director for Wake County EMS. Katherine Remick, MD, FAAP, FACEP, FAEMS, is medical director for the San Marcos Hays County EMS system in Texas. A New Tool for Airway Management Dual-Air® Adjustable Oral Airway Non-Gagging: for Unconscious, Semi-conscious and even Alert Patients THREE SIZES: • DA 100 Adult 70 to 100 mm • DA 200 Pediatric 50 to 70 mm • DA 300 Xlg Adult 80 to 120 mm * all with 5 mm half steps. NuZone Medical LLC | www.nuzonemedical.com | 1-888-812-7474 Instructional videos: www.YouTube.com (search Adjustable Oral Airway). SIMPLIFIED: • Storage • Selection • Application • Rapid MCI Response IMPROVED: • Ventilation Port • Suctioning Access • Adaptability • Comfort • Stays in Place

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