Over the next few weeks, here at the ProMed Network conference video podcast, we will be announcing our product innovator picks from the recent EMS Expo 2010 in Dallas last month.
You can watch all of these in order as part of our EMS Expo Finale Episode sponsored by EMS1.com. However, we have also separated them out for you to view as smaller snippets here at the ProMed Network blog.
The EMSled (EMSled.com) is a lightweight, portable, modular system for getting patients and gear out of all sorts of situations. Designed and built by a paramedic who knows exactly what our tough design needs are, the EMSled is capable of bicycle, ATV, or provider powered transport.
The ProMed Network’s EMS programs are already tentatively scheduled to be in attendance at that show, covering the event again next year. We hope you will join us there live and if you are not able to do so, sit back and watch our coverage from wherever you are!
In this segment recorded last month at EMS Expo 2010 from the Zoll Podcast Studio booth, Chris Montera of the EMS Garage talks with EMS Marketing Manager Jon Cloutier from Zoll Medical Corporation about expectation and equipment updates following the ECC 2010 guidelines.
Check back here at the ProMed Network blog for more segments from the 2010 EMS Expo and other conferences in the health care and medical fields.
The final day of most conferences, we like to cover our experiences with the show, sharing our views of trends, best new products and services, as well as bringing on others to share their impressions.
In this the Finale episode, sponsored by EMS1.com and recorded LIVE from the Zoll Podcast Studio booth at EMS Expo, Jamie Davis, Chris Montera and Greg Friese are joined by Kris Kaull to get his impressions of the show and to see what he’s taking away from this very special event. They also bring on each of the visiting podcasters from the various shows recording at EMS Expo and got their picks of the most innovative products and services from the show.
Find more conference coverage here at the ProMed Network blog and also check out the individual shows and their episodes over at ProMedNetwork.com.
This episode was sponsored by Rapid Deployment Products (RapidDeploymentProducts.com) and Jason Thompson stopped by at the beginning of the show to talk about how his company provides some of the critical tools that rescuers and first responders use in those first few moments.
Later on in the episode, EMS inventor Rick Kendrick stopped in to the show to talk about training and educating providers to learn the proper techniques for applying early intervention devices like the Kendrick K.O.D.E.2 EMS immobilization device. Thanks to Rapid Deployment Products for getting Rick to stop by the show.
In this episode segment from EMS Expo 2010 in Dallas, Jamie Davis, the Podmedic and the MedicCast look at some innovative ways one Texas community is using technology to improve patient care and outcomes when in a STEMI or other acute coronary syndrome (ACS) situation.
The episode was sponsored by Philips (www.philips.com/ems) and their cardiac monitor algorithm coupled with communications technology that allows the ambulance to communicate via bluetooth and wireless transmission, is allowing patients needing advanced cardiac care to have teams waiting to treat them on arrival at the hospital.
Host Jamie Davis is joined on the show by Jeff Sundseth from Pearland, Texas EMS. Jeff talks about the partnerships they have developed with local facilities to speed the “door to balloon time” for cardiac patients and credits the technology built in to his cardiac monitors from Philips as one of the reasons this partnership works.
More GenMed Show to come as the Happy Medic, Justin Schorr took over the GenMed Show episode on Friday morning of EMS Expo for a Happy Hour segment. Check back here at ProMed later this month for that video segment and all of the excellent programs recorded live at EMS Expo 2010 in Dallas.
Join EMS Garage host Chris Montera as he kicks off the ProMed Network coverage of the EMS Expo from the Zoll sponsored podcast studio in the Exhibit Hall during the event.
This episode was sponsored by Philips and there was an interesting discussion among the panel about data transmission and web based applications for the EMS providers in the field and the hospital emergency departments they transport to.
Special Guests on the show included Chris Cebollaro, Kyle David Bates, and Chris Jones of Image Trend, Inc. appearing for Philips. For more episodes of the video coverage recorded live at EMS Expo, visit the ProMed Network Blog at blog.promednetwork.com.
In the final segment recorded last week at EMS Expo in Dallas from the Zoll Podcast Studio, hosts Carissa O’Brien and Chris Montera return for a look back at the events of this years event. In addition to having some fun over the previous three days, Chris and Carissa look forward to EMS World Expo 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada scheduled for August of 2011.
Don’t miss the antics of Ted Setla, director and producer of the Chronicles of EMS shows including Seat at the Table which can be found on the ProMed Network programming.
Here is some more of the excellent coverage from the EMS Expo last week in Atlanta. In this segment, Baseline Vitals blog author and consultant Carissa O’Brien and Podcaster Chris Montera talk with Physio-Control about just how tough their monitors and testing processes are.
Find more excellent conference and Expo coverage over at EMSExpo.net.
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