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Research in EMS

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Crowe Rem

on 9 May 2016

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Transcript of Research in EMS

Argument 1
Argument 2
"Last year in our county we saw a 25% survival rate
for cardiac arrest patients when response time was less than 5 minutes. Currently, about 40% of calls are responded to in under 5 minutes.

If 1 million dollars were directed to EMS next year, we could buy 8 ambulances
and increase our response times that are less than 5 minutes to 60%!"
How much oxygen is removed for each second of suctioning?

Difference for breathing vs. apneic patients?

Risk of oxygen removal vs. risk of aspiration?

How much oxygen loss is dangerous?
Trauma vs Clinical

Critical vs. Stable

Age

Transport or Treat at Scene

Argument 1
Argument 2
Suctioning
Who are our customers?
Value of Research in EMS
Remle Crowe
Research in EMS
Research
Remle
Crowe
1. Ensure best patient care

2. Obtain more funding

3. Efficient use of limited resources
Thank you
"Well done is better than well said"
Immobilization
Medications
"We deserve more money because we're doing a pretty good job saving lives out there!"
About Me
Passion for EMS and People Care

6 Sigma Quality Experience

Never-stop Attitude!
What is it?
Why is it important?
Seatbelts
Distribution
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