A look at the the Heart Rescue Project, improving systems of resuscitation and upgrading emergency cardiac care. If that's what you're looking for, you found it, on this episode of the MedicCast.
MedicCast Episode 308
(http://www.mediccast.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/MedtronicHeartRescue_square.jpg)Well 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 all of you to the program this week. This week on the MedicCast we are going to talk about the Medtronic Foundation's Heart Rescue Project, a nationwide program that is bringing cutting edge science to the front lines of cardiac care.
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EMS World Expo 2012
(http://www.mediccast.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/PC-border-cmyk-150x150.jpg)This episode was recorded in the Physio-Control podcast studio at EMS World Expo 2012 in New Orleans. Along with many of the EMS podcasts from the ProMed Network, the MedicCast was able to interview special guests and bring coverage of the Expo to the entire audience. I do want to thank Physio-Control (http://physio-control.com) for sponsoring our ProMed Network podcast studio at this event.
Links for this episode
Jamie was joined on this episode by Dr. Ed Racht, Chief Medical Officer from American Medical Response (AMR), one of the members of the Heart Rescue Project. Also on the panel was Tom Bouthillet, editor-in-chief at EMS12Lead.com (http://ems12lead.com) and Scott Kier, author at MedicSBK.com (http://MedicSBK.com).
This episode was sponsored by the Medtronic Foundation's Heart Rescue Project. Find out more about their program and how you can improve your care of sudden cardiac arrest patients at HeartRescueProject.com (http://HeartRescueProject.com).
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