Here is a reference chart resource that goes into 12 lead ECG locations, areas of heart affected and reciprocal changes. Click the image to enlarge on your screen and download the .pdf version of this reference to your hard drive for offline viewing using the button below. Be sure to share this resource on Facebook.
Here is a great presentation on drug calculations and formulas. If you are struggling with EMS drug calculations this will prove very useful for you. Be sure to share and comment below.
Use this resource to help with your Call Report writing. Why write it out when you can abbreviate it? But it’s important to abbreviate it in ways that are accepted by others in the profession. Download the resource below and post your favorite abbreviations in the comments.
Great article resource on this subject. Created by Peter Canning at MedicScribe.com, I compiled a .pdf file so you can download it for offline use. Be sure to visit Peters blog for even more great tips and articles.
This free EMS report is a compilation of testing tips, tricks and resources to help you study and pass both paramedic, EMT written and practical exams. To download right click here and save to your computer.
IV & Drug Calculations for Busy Paramedics – This great report by Kent Spitler RN, NREMT-P makes drug calculations easy.
Download the resource below on EMS drugs used in the field.
This is an older A&P book. We had it cleaned up for download. A great free resource.
Here is a great resource to help you understand brain injuries, treatment and even how to help with early long term goals of brain injured patients.
Download this free EKG flash chart to help you study and understand common rhythms. Contains all basic EKG strips seen on exams, Normal Sinus, Heart blocks and cardiac arrest rhythms. Also has PVC and PAC samples.