Kids, hypertension, and stroke, ambulance box through the window, attitude and cardiac events, plus we’ll look at the COPD patient in the tip of the week this week. If that’s what you’re looking for, you found it, right here on this week’s episode of the MedicCast.
MedicCast Episode 345
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. We’ve got a great episode coming up this week. I will be bringing you some interesting news and commentary this week on how one’s attitude affects how we manage our patients can manage cardiac risk. Then, after the news, I bring you this week’s tip of the week on chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in a review for EMS providers and other medical pros. All of that is coming up next here on the MedicCast.
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Tip of the Week: The COPD Patient for EMS Providers
The COPD or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease patient is one we see all too often in the back of our ambulances. What do we know about these patients and how often do we review that information for best practices and how we treat them? I thought this would be a great review episode for the tip of the week here on the MedicCast. So let’s jump in and look at these emphysema and chronic bronchitis patients with COPD and how we deal with them on our units.
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