Tag Archives: Christopher Watford

Stump the Chumps – Atropine and Complete Heart Block

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This great case was sent in by an anonymous reader posed as a question, the likes of which we had not seen before. So, to pay homage to a wonderful radio show signing off this year, we're calling this segment: Stump the Chumps! Our reader was dispatched to back up a crew attending to a […]

56 year old female CC: Short of Breath – Conclusion

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This is the conclusion to 56 year old female CC: Short of Breath. Be sure to check out the first post for the full story! When we left our crew they were just getting ready to leave the parking garage with a 56 year old female who was short of breath and dizzy after mild […]

56 year old female CC: Short of Breath

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Many thanks to an anonymous reader who submitted this great case! As always, some details have been changed to protect provider and patient privacy. You're dispatched to the parking garage of a busy shopping mall for a 56 year old female whom a 3rd party caller relates is, "short of breath". Upon your arrival you […]

52 year old male CC: Seizure – Discussion

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This is the discussion for 52 year old male CC: Seizure. Be sure to check out the backstory! We had lots of great comments for this case, and as always many of you were right on target. Let's take a look at the initial 12-Lead: We have a narrow complex tachycardia at 180 bpm, with […]

52 year old male CC: Seizure

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You're working a QRV on a busy weekend, when you get dispatched for a "man down". No transport units are initially available, but a BLS crew from a neighboring town are on their way. Upon your arrival an officer on scene directs you inside to a man he says, "looks like he had a seizure". […]

Comparing 12-Leads: Discussion

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This is the discussion for Comparing 12-Leads: Common Error or Common Disease? All of our readers were on the right track, and many were spot on! Sometimes, troubleshooting an ECG is more than just lead placement. In this case report, we had three 12-Lead ECG's, all featuring a similar pattern: inappropriate R-wave progression. Initially, when […]

Comparing 12-Leads: Common Error or Common Disease?

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The following is a case report involves three ECG's recorded on three different patients on three different crews during the same week. Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to determine what these three patients have in common and what action should be taken! The first 12-Lead ECG is from an 88 year […]

Team EMS 12-Lead brings home Judges' Choice for 2012 EMS Blog of the Year

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On behalf of Team EMS 12-Lead (Tom Bouthillet, David Baumrind and Christopher Watford) I am pleased to officially acknowledge that the EMS 12-Lead blog won Judges' Choice for 2012 EMS Blog of the Year. This contest was hosted by EMS1, FireRescue1 and FireCritic.com and sponsored by the American Military University. The total list of nominees can be found here. Lots of […]

Wednesday Missive: On Innovation and Gratitude

As most of you know by now, "Team EMS-12 Lead" had a lot to celebrate at the EMS Today conference in Baltimore. Tom Bouthillet received his well deserved EMS 10 award, and his Code STEMI Web Series premiered as well. Lots of great stuff going on! The premier of Code STEMI happening the same time […]

Update from EMS Today 2012

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Photo credit: Kelly Arashin "Team EMS-12 Lead" (Christopher Watford, Tom Bouthillet and David Baumrind) at the EMS 10 Awards It's been an amazing week at EMS Today 2012! As you probably already know (if you've been following our Facebook page) I won an EMS 10 Award on Wednesday night. I was nominated by our good friend […]

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