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Cardiac Arrest Experience - Patient point of view in advanced life support / code blue

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  • Cardiac Arrest - ACLS Review

    18:07

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    We continue this series by taking a look at our first ACLS algorithm, the cardiac arrest algorithm. This is the one that you will probably use most often and arguably the most important one. It will be imperative that you know this algorithm and be able to act quickly on the American Heart Association's (AHA) simplified approach to this emergency situation. While this is no replacement for certification, the hope is to provide a good resource for learning either before class, or in the 2 years in-between certification.

    **Full disclosure that this video is NOT associated with the American Heart Association (AHA) and is merely a review of the information provided in their guidelines. Additional resources can be found at:

    0:00 Intro
    2:56 Cardiac Arrest Algorithm
    3:48 Left Branch (VF/pVT)
    8:49 Right Branch (PEA/Asystole)
    11:33 Recap
    12:40 Scenario
    16:26 Conclusion

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  • ACLS Megacode Scenario 4: In Hospital Cardiac Arrest

    6:58

    This is the fourth ACLS megacode scenario in the Megacode Series by Health Ed Solutions and it will cover In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest (IHCA). The megacode scenarios are intended to test your ability to put your algorithm knowledge to work. For each megacode simulator, there will be a scenario and you will have to identify rhythms, prescribe treatments, and recommend the next steps to properly provide optimal care for the patient. Rationales are included with the correct answers to support each clinical decision.

    Thanks for watching and stay tuned for more lessons in our Megacode Series. We will be offering an entire free series of practice megacode simulators covering ACLS, PALS, NRP, and BLS scenarios - all up-to-date with the latest 2020 AHA/ILCOR guidelines and peer-reviewed by the Health Ed Solutions medical review board for clinical accuracy.

    Here is some more information about Health Ed Solutions:

    Health Ed Solutions is a leading innovator of online certification and recertification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), Basic Life Support (BLS), Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP), as well as several additional certifications for health care providers and emergency medical responders.

    Our online medical education offerings (such as ACLS, PALS, BLS, NRP, 12-Lead ECG / EKG, Arrhythmia Interpretation, and Monitor Tech) are specifically designed for busy healthcare professionals (paramedics, EMTs, CRNAs, dentists, physical therapists, medical students, registered nurses, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, physicians / doctors, etc.) who are seeking a more convenient, engaging, effective and entertaining (yes entertaining) educational experience. We also offer BLS / CPR / AED / First Aid training courses for anyone who needs to know how to perform CPR, such as athletic trainers, teachers, coaches, lifeguards, and social workers.

    At Health Ed Solutions, we believe the certification process should be enjoyable. Our courses follow the latest recommendations from ILCOR, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the American Heart Association.

    Our innovations are born from our elite education staff and the understanding that not all students learn the same way. For this reason, we offer our content on a variety of platforms, including our written and digital study guides, a library of topic-specific videos (including micro topics and more in-depth lectures), and detailed whiteboard presentations. This diverse approach ensures that every learner will benefit from the Health Ed Solutions platform.

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  • Rapid Response / Code Blue Training

    6:33

    Filmed at the Ochsner SIM Center, Michael Truxillo, MD walks us through the standard operating procedure as a patient's condition transitions from a Rapid Response into a Code Blue.

    Rapid Response:
    00:00 - Introduction
    00:32 - Initial Assessment
    01:10 - Secondary Assessment
    01:37 - Rapid Response Activation
    02:19 - Rapid Response Assessment

    Code Blue:
    03:02 - Code Blue Activation
    04:24 - Roles & Responsibilities
    05:01 - Running the Code

  • ACLS Megacode Scenario 2: Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest - CPR and AED

    9:55

    This is the second ACLS megacode scenario in the Megacode Series by Health Ed Solutions and it will cover Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA): CPR and AED. The megacode scenarios are intended to test your ability to put your algorithm knowledge to work. For each megacode simulator, there will be a scenario and you will have to identify rhythms, prescribe treatments, and recommend the next steps to properly provide optimal care for the patient. Rationales are included with the correct answers to support each clinical decision. This megacode scenario is up-to-date with the latest 2020 / 2021 ILCOR and AHA (American Heart Association) guidelines.

    Thanks for watching and stay tuned for more lessons in our Megacode Series. We will be offering an entire free series of practice megacode simulators covering ACLS, PALS, NRP, and BLS scenarios - all up-to-date with the latest 2020 AHA / ILCOR guidelines and peer-reviewed by the Health Ed Solutions medical review board for clinical accuracy.

    Here is some more information about Health Ed Solutions:

    Health Ed Solutions is a leading innovator of online certification and recertification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), Basic Life Support (BLS), Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP), as well as several additional certifications for health care providers and emergency medical responders.

    Our online medical education offerings (such as ACLS, PALS, BLS, NRP, 12-Lead ECG / EKG, Arrhythmia Interpretation, and Monitor Tech) are specifically designed for busy healthcare professionals (paramedics, EMTs, CRNAs, dentists, physical therapists, medical students, registered nurses, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, physicians / doctors, etc.) who are seeking a more convenient, engaging, effective and entertaining (yes entertaining) educational experience. We also offer BLS / CPR / AED / First Aid training courses for anyone who needs to know how to perform CPR, such as athletic trainers, teachers, coaches, lifeguards, and social workers.

    At Health Ed Solutions, we believe the certification process should be enjoyable. Our courses follow the latest recommendations from ILCOR, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the American Heart Association.

    Our innovations are born from our elite education staff and the understanding that not all students learn the same way. For this reason, we offer our content on a variety of platforms, including our written and digital study guides, a library of topic-specific videos (including micro topics and more in-depth lectures), and detailed whiteboard presentations. This diverse approach ensures that every learner will benefit from the Health Ed Solutions platform.

    ✍???? Check out our website for certification courses, practice exams, study guides, and other free educational materials.
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  • ACLS Megacode Scenario 1: Supraventricular Tachycardia

    6:38

    Welcome to the Megacode Series by Health Ed Solutions. The megacode scenarios are intended to test your ability to put your algorithm knowledge to work. For each megacode simulator, there will be a scenario and you will have to identify rhythms, prescribe treatments, and recommend the next steps to properly provide optimal care for the patient. Rationales are included with the correct answers to support each clinical decision. This megacode simulator is up-to-date with the latest 2020 / 2021 AHA (American Heart Association), ECC, and ILCOR guidelines.

    The first ACLS megacode will involve Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT). Thanks for watching and stay tuned for more lessons in our Megacode Series. We will be offering an entire free series of practice megacode simulators covering ACLS, PALS, NRP, and BLS scenarios - all up-to-date with the latest 2020 AHA / ILCOR guidelines and peer-reviewed by the Health Ed Solutions medical review board for clinical accuracy.

    Here is some more information about Health Ed Solutions:

    Health Ed Solutions is a leading innovator of online certification and recertification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), Basic Life Support (BLS), Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP), as well as several additional certifications for health care providers and emergency medical responders.

    Our online medical education offerings (such as ACLS, PALS, BLS, NRP, 12-Lead ECG / EKG, Arrhythmia Interpretation, and Monitor Tech) are specifically designed for busy healthcare professionals (paramedics, EMTs, CRNAs, dentists, physical therapists, medical students, registered nurses, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, physicians / doctors, etc.) who are seeking a more convenient, engaging, effective and entertaining (yes entertaining) educational experience. We also offer BLS / CPR / AED / First Aid training courses for anyone who needs to know how to perform CPR, such as athletic trainers, teachers, coaches, lifeguards, and social workers.

    At Health Ed Solutions, we believe the certification process should be enjoyable. Our courses follow the latest recommendations from ILCOR, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the American Heart Association.

    Our innovations are born from our elite education staff and the understanding that not all students learn the same way. For this reason, we offer our content on a variety of platforms, including our written and digital study guides, a library of topic-specific videos (including micro topics and more in-depth lectures), and detailed whiteboard presentations. This diverse approach ensures that every learner will benefit from the Health Ed Solutions platform.

    ✍???? Check out our website for certification courses, practice exams, study guides, and other free educational materials.
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  • How to do Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in Adults | Merck Manual Professional Version

    8:29

    More on cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in adults:

    About the Merck Manuals:

    First published in 1899 as a small reference book for physicians and pharmacists, The Merck Manual grew in size and scope to become one of the world's most widely used comprehensive medical resources for professionals and consumers. As The Manual evolved, it continually expanded the reach and depth of its offerings to reflect the mission of providing the best medical information to a wide cross-section of users, including medical professionals and students, veterinarians and veterinary students, and consumers.

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    Filmed on location and with the assistance of the Einstein Center for Clinical Competence, Einstein Healthcare Network, Charles Bortle, EdD, Director.

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  • The Systematic Approach to Emergency Situations - ACLS Review

    18:11

    Time to review our Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)! This is the first lesson in a new series reviewing the information you'll need not only for certification, but also to be able to know, understand, and follow the guidelines and algorithms as recommended by the American Heart Association (AHA). While this is no replacement for certification, the hope is to provide a good resource for learning either before class, or in the 2 years in-between certification.

    **Full disclosure that this video is NOT associated with the American Heart Association (AHA) and is merely a review of the information provided in their guidelines. Additional resources can be found at:

    0:00 Intro
    2:49 Initial Impression
    3:55 Basic Life Support (BLS)
    9:55 Primary Assessment for ACLS
    14:55 Secondary Assessment
    16:24 Conclusion

    ???????? A Special THANK YOU to YouTube and Patreon Members!!! ????????
    Patreon Members:
    ???? Code Team: Taleb!
    ????Trauma Team: Carlos, Frisco, Remigio, Nereida, Sarah Grace, Ben, BT, Angel, Natasha, and Yintenchi!
    ????Rapid Response Team: Quetina, Stephanie, Ty, Dav, Sherri-lynn, Emily, Jackson, Ampa, Yulia, Claudia, Amanda, Julianne, Christoph!
    YouTube Members:
    ???????? Nondumiso, Martin, Conor, Angel, Tina, Salah, Jharna, LIVE LIFE, Swaroop, RNMedic289, Mero, Shabbir, Carmen, Theresa, llance, Joseph, Dr Parmer, Danielle, Maria, Frank, Anthony, Jospeh, Neel, Sham, Ly, Kevin, Oscar, Deborah, Faith, Yanet, Mohamed, Kmedic, Samuel, Mero, Shayna, La Robey, Raj, Teya, Eduardo, Krishna, Christopher, Temitope, Alison, Shyamkumar, Merlyn, Shabbir, Helen, Marthaleene, Farah, Heather, Willie, Marie, Sam, Razarajan, Shyamkumar, Sam, Byambakhand, Nurse Howie , Nurrohmah, Teya, LaShonda, Deb, Honey, Dawn, Cornelia, Teya, Kim!


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    ✔️Pass CCRN!:
    ✔️AACN Essentials of Critical Care Nursing:
    ✔️Kaplan Adult CCRN Review:
    ✔️Marino’s The ICU Book:

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    Check out these other great lessons and series of lessons below!

    ✅ Hemodynamics:
    ✅ Shock:
    ✅ ECG/EKG Rhythm Interpretation:
    ✅ ICU Drips:
    ✅ ECMO:
    ✅ CRRT:


    ⚠️⚠️ DISCLAIMER: Links included in this description are affiliate links. If you purchase a product or service with the links that I provide I may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you!

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    #ICUAdvantage #ACLS #CodeBlue

  • First CODE BLUE Reaction!

    7:48

    Hey guys! About a week ago, I experienced my first CODE BLUE! Here is my reaction right after it happened! (This was filmed a week ago). This is the part of being a Registered Nurse that people don't always tell you!


    Embrace, express, and enjoy yourself!


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  • DOCTOR Explains CODE BLUE EMERGENCY

    9:18

    CODE BLUES are called in the hospital when there's a medical emergency. This video takes you through the details of how a code is initiated, who arrives a code blue, what happens, how we decide when to stop and how often a patient survives.

    This has been an extremely requested video, so I really hope you enjoy it!! If you still have questions, let me know in the comments below!

    This is my experience with code blues, but I'm sure other institutions have slightly different protocols which are also correct.

    In the video, I didn't have a chance to stress the importance of debriefing and seeking out support after being part of a code blue. It can put a huge emotional stress on health care workers, and I believe it's our responsibility to support one another through this.

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  • Amiodarone

    3:45

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    Amiodarone is primarily chosen for ACLS as the first-line antiarrhythmic agent for cardiac arrest because it has reliably and clinically shown effectiveness in improving the rate of return of spontaneous circulation otherwise known as ROSC. Amiodarone is a drug that can prolong AV conduction, the AV refractory period and QRS and Q-T intervals, which ultimately slows the heart rate. When using Amiodarone to treat Vfib or pulseless VTach cardiac arrest, the first dose is 300 mg IV/IO push. The second dose is delivered at 150mg IV/IO push.

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  • Life after Cardiac Arrest - Light at the end of the tunnel

    14:53

    Based around the testimony of a Cardiac Arrest survivor and their partner this production examines the physicological impact of Cardiac Arrest survivorship both on those affected and their close family.
    The Cardiology team at the Essex Cardiothoracic Centre, part of the Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust outline the techniques employed in the successful rehabilitation of cardiac arrest patients and examine the psychological impact of survivorship.
    The production is targeted to help members of the public who've experienced Cardiac Arrest, either direct or indirectly understand the treatment pathway and the likely consequences of suffering a Cardiac Arrest. The video contains information on the following areas of treatment and diagnosis:

    1. The immediate post arrest treatment pathway
    2. Transfer to ICU (intensive care unit)
    3. Delirium associated with post resuscitation induced coma
    4. The physiological and psychological impact of suffering a cardiac arrest
    5. Transferring to a normal ward and recovery
    6. Beginning rehabilitation
    7. Going home and adapting to new circumstances

    The production demonstrates the successful implementation of a post Cardiac Arrest treatment pathway from pre hospital / emergency room treatment through to cardiology centre transfer and recovery care. This is an amazing insight into the NHS and the fantastic care that can now be provided by world-class health care providers.

    Please be aware we cannot accept emails from youtube members regarding diagnosis of heart conditions or other health related problems. If you have any health concerns please contact your local healthcare provider.


    You can also find some excellent information on all aspects of heart attacks and coronary heart disease at the following websites
    NHS Choices website
    British Heart Foundation
    National Heart Forum

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    Information and support regarding hypoxic brain injury can be found here;


    Please be aware that we cannot comment on individual patients cases. If you do want specific advice it is advised that you contact your GP or NHS direct

    The filming and production of this video has been supported with an educational grant from Daiichi Sankyo UK Ltd. Daiichi Sankyo UK Ltd has had no involvement or input in the content.

    This film was produced by Oxford Medical Illustration which is a non profit making department of Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust. If you wish to find out more about their work visit

  • Reversible Causes of Cardiac Arrest - MEDZCOOL

    8:21

    The ACLS protocol identifies several reversible causes of cardiac arrest, often referred to as the H's and T's. This video will review the reversible causes of cardiac arrest in an easy to remember motion graphic.

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  • DNR Code Status Explained Clearly

    14:10

    DNR status, full code, and partial code (and the key differences) clearly explained by Dr. Seheult. Part 2 of this video is free at

    This medical course includes:

    - The key aspects of full code status (CPR, ACLS, shock, intubation, vasopressors)
    - Potential complications of full code procedures vs palliative care
    - DNR/DNI (Do not resuscitate / Do not intubate)
    - Tips for presenting advance directive options to patients and family members
    - Palliative care considerations in the ICU setting

    Visit for this entire course and over 100 free lectures. This is the home for ALL MedCram.com medical videos (many medical videos, medical lectures, and quizzes are not on YouTube).

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    Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Disease, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine.

    MedCram: Medical education topics explained clearly including: Respiratory lectures such as Asthma and COPD. Renal lectures on Acute Renal Failure and Adrenal Gland. Internal medicine videos on Oxygen Hemoglobin Dissociation Curve and Medical Acid Base. A growing library on critical care topics such as Shock, Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA), and Mechanical Ventilation. Cardiology videos on Hypertension, ECG / EKG Interpretation, and heart failure. VQ Mismatch and Hyponatremia lectures have been popular among medical students and physicians. The Pulmonary Function Tests (PFTs) videos and Ventilator associated pneumonia bundles and lectures have been particularly popular with RTs. NPs and PAs have given great feedback on Pneumonia Treatment and Liver Function Tests among many others. Many nursing students have found the Asthma and shock lectures very helpful.

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  • Traumatic Cardiac Arrest

    53:37

    This presentation will cover Traumatic Cardiac Arrests - NO's.

    This presentation will give an update on the epidemiology, evidence supporting clinical decision making, and current management protocols for patients in traumatic cardiac arrest.

    Specific areas of controversy covered will include the myth of futility of resuscitating patients in traumatic cardiac arrest, which reversible causes of arrest should be prioritised, and whether elements of the routine management of medical cardiac arrest (such as chest compressions and administration of intravenous adrenaline) should be performed when trauma is the cause.

    The format will be the web presentation followed by a few short questions and answer

  • HeartCode ACLS Demo Video

    2:14

    The American Heart Association’s HeartCode ACLS Course, web-based and accessible 24 hours a day, provides a flexible, blended alternative to traditional classroom training. This online instructional program builds on the foundation of lifesaving BLS and uses the latest eSimulation technology to enable students to assess and treat patients in virtual healthcare settings. Students apply their knowledge to real-time decision making and skills development, and receive debriefings and coaching immediately after each simulation. After completing the online portion, students attend a hands-on session to test their skills with an AHA Instructor or on a voice-assisted manikin (VAM).

  • ACLS Megacode Scenario 3: Bradycardia to Ventricular Fibrillation to ROSC

    13:37

    This is the third ACLS megacode scenario in the Megacode Series by Health Ed Solutions and it will cover Bradycardia to Vfib to ROSC. The megacode scenarios are intended to test your ability to put your algorithm knowledge to work. For each megacode simulator, there will be a scenario and you will have to identify rhythms, prescribe treatments, and recommend the next steps to properly provide optimal care for the patient. Rationales are included with the correct answers to support each clinical decision.

    Thanks for watching and stay tuned for more lessons in our Megacode Series. We will be offering an entire free series of practice megacode simulators covering ACLS, PALS, NRP, and BLS scenarios - all up-to-date with the latest 2020 AHA/ILCOR guidelines and peer-reviewed by the Health Ed Solutions medical review board for clinical accuracy.

    Here is some more information about Health Ed Solutions:

    Health Ed Solutions is a leading innovator of online certification and recertification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), Basic Life Support (BLS), Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP), as well as several additional certifications for health care providers and emergency medical responders.

    Our online medical education offerings (such as ACLS, PALS, BLS, NRP, 12-Lead ECG / EKG, Arrhythmia Interpretation, and Monitor Tech) are specifically designed for busy healthcare professionals (paramedics, EMTs, CRNAs, dentists, physical therapists, medical students, registered nurses, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, physicians / doctors, etc.) who are seeking a more convenient, engaging, effective and entertaining (yes entertaining) educational experience. We also offer BLS / CPR / AED / First Aid training courses for anyone who needs to know how to perform CPR, such as athletic trainers, teachers, coaches, lifeguards, and social workers.

    At Health Ed Solutions, we believe the certification process should be enjoyable. Our courses follow the latest recommendations from ILCOR, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the American Heart Association.

    Our innovations are born from our elite education staff and the understanding that not all students learn the same way. For this reason, we offer our content on a variety of platforms, including our written and digital study guides, a library of topic-specific videos (including micro topics and more in-depth lectures), and detailed whiteboard presentations. This diverse approach ensures that every learner will benefit from the Health Ed Solutions platform.

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  • Resuscitation 2018 — Latest Resuscitation Trials 2

    1:33:23

    21 September 2018

    Chairs: Gavin Perkins and Patrick Van de Voorde

    ALPS (amiodarone, lidocaine, placebo study) - Peter J. Kudenchuk
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    Therapeutic Hypothermia after Pediatric Cardiac Arrest (THAPCA) - Vinay Nadkarni
    28:32

    Therapeutic Hypothermia in Newborns after Hypoxic-Isschemic Encephalopathy - Myra H. Wyckoff
    50:10

    Continuous versus Interrupted Chest Compressions - Henry Wang
    1:12:30

  • Simulation center helps close the gap between classroom learning and patient care

    5:30

    Gunshot wound. Spinal cord injury. Renal failure. It may sound like a typical episode of ER, but simulations of these and other serious medical situations are providing valuable training for future medical professionals at the Goodman Simulation Center at Stanford.

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  • Dräger Webinar: COVID-19 Challenges and Experiences

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    Dräger South Africa's acknowledges the clinical challenges, experienced by the Healthcare Workers in the ICU environment during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. This webinar provides insight into the treatment and outcomes of these patients from a clinical perspective in Italy and South Africa.

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  • Update on Covid-19: Testing, ICU Practices and Outcomes, and the Experience of Elders

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    In this UCSF Medical Grand Rounds presentation (May 28, 2020), UCSF experts provide an update on testing for Covid-19, and on ICU practices and outcomes at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. They also highlight the experience of elders in the Covid-19 pandemic, touching on the unique challenges of nursing homes and long-term care facilities. The session is hosted by UCSF Department of Medicine chair Bob Wachter.

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    • Carla Perissinotto, Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Geriatrics
    00:36:32 – Antonio Gomez, Associate Professor of Medicine and ICU Director, ZSFG – ICU Practices and Outcomes at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital
    01:05:32 – Chaz Langelier, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases – Updates on Testing for Covid-19
    01:33:21 – Bob Wachter: Closing

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    • May 21: Update on Covid-19: Epidemiology, Treatments and Vaccines, Thromboembolic Complications, and the Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome Affecting Children

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    • May 7: Update on Covid-19: Epidemiology, Virology, Prospects for Drugs and Vaccines, and UCSF’s Experience in the Navajo Nation

    • April 30: Update on Covid-19: Clinical & Neurological Manifestations, Contact Tracing, and UCSF’s Experience in NYC


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    Have you been told you need a heart assist device? Or are you new to having one and have questions? Join us for a discussion about ventricular assist devices with cardiac surgeon Francis Pagani, MD, cardiologist Keith Aaronson, MD and LVAD patient Mike Sovran.

  • Woman Dies 4 days after getting COVID Vaccine | Post Vaccine Deaths

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    Woman Dies 4 days after getting COVID Vaccine | Post Vaccine Deaths

    Kassidi Kurill, a 39-year-old Single Mom. Her family describes her as healthy, happy, and “having more energy” than most. She had no known health problems. Unless you count Trigeminal Neuralgia. She took Botox for that. She also took Birth Control. She worked as a surgical tech for local plastic surgeons. She gets the Moderna Covid vaccine. Her first covid shot goes without incident. Other than a sore arm. Second dose of covid vaccine Moderna - not so much. She gets her 2nd Covid shot on Feb. 1st, which is a Monday. Later that evening, she has a sore arm, nausea, and fever. That’s not unheard of after someone gets the covid vaccine. Some people get a sore arm, fatigue, body aches, slight fever, and chills. Especially after the second covid shot. Especially for younger people. When this happens, people can take Tylenol or ibuprofen.

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    She did take Tylenol, aka Acetaminophen, but we don’t know how much. She felt a little better the next day. By Wednesday, she was not able to pee despite drinking lots of fluids. She says it's the worst she ever felt. Thursday, 6 am, she tells her parents she needs to go to the hospital. In the ER, she immediately starts throwing up. Doctors say, “she was very, very sick, and her liver was not functioning. Blood tests show that her liver is not working. The doctors give her IV fluids. They also give her a drug to counteract the effects of Tylenol on the liver. It's called NAC, or n-acetylcysteine. But the damage was already done. Around this time, she becomes incoherent. This is because acute liver failure causes the brain to swell, called cerebral edema. If severe enough, it can result in a coma. At this point, her only chance of survival is with a liver transplant.

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    A Utah medical examiner completed a full autopsy...but the results remain private. The Medical Examiner said the autopsy did not show a link between the covid vaccine and death.

    Which is hardly surprising. If a covid vaccine caused someone to die shortly after receiving it, how would it do so? The only medical explanation would be an immunological reaction. Meaning an allergic reaction. So far in the US, there have been over 200 million covid vaccine doses given. No one has died from a severe allergic reaction as a result of the COVID vaccine.

    And in her case, it's obvious that she did not have an allergic reaction. For example, there was no swelling in the face or tongue or tightening of the throat. Deaths after COVID vaccinations are reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System.

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    A public meeting of the Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee will be held on Oct. 22, 2020, to discuss the general matter of the development, authorization, and/or licensure of vaccines indicated to prevent COVID-19. Join us here live at 10 a.m. EDT.

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  • A Guide to Seizure Management for Emergency Medical Responders

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    As an EMS responder, chances are you'll encounter a person either experiencing a seizure or just recovering from one. For the patient, it can be a scary experience, especially for those who've had a seizure for the first time. They will look to you for reassurance and safety. Armed with appropriate knowledge, you'll be able to offer them answers, comfort and care.

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  • Adenosine - Critical Care Medications

    9:07

    In this lesson we take a deeper dive into a very diverse medication/molecule which has many uses but holds an important role in ACLS and unstable tachycardia.

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  • 2020 CPR Guidelines Science & Education Updates

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  • How to perform CPR - Clinical skills for student nurses

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    This video demonstrates the techniques and skills used in cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Find out more about becoming and nurse and the nursing courses at the University of South Wales:

  • Four Years in Blue: The University of Michigan Medical School Documentary

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    One medical school. Four years. Fifteen stories. In 2016, the University of Michigan Medical School welcomed 172 new doctors-in-training. Out of this group, 15 students agreed to be followed throughout all four years of their medical training, documenting key milestones in their journeys from the first months on campus until just days before graduation for most of them. In this short film, they tell their stories in their own words with glimpses into the reality of med school life as they lived it.

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    UCLA geriatric psychiatrist Stephen Chen, MD, addresses diagnosis and management of vascular dementia. Watch more webinars at

  • AHA 2020 update on CPR Guidelines by Dr. Deepak Marwah

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    Watch Dr. Deepak Marwah discuss about AHA 2020 latest update on CPR Guidelines.

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  • Running a Successful Code Blue - CRASH! Medical Review Series

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    Update and audio issue correction from the original 2013 lecture.

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  • ACLS Guidelines for Nurses and Nursing Students

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    FREE Nursing School Cheat Sheets at: A code can be VERY scary as a nurse or nursing student. Here is what you should keep in mind when it comes to acls and codes.

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  • Early Prediction of Cardiac Arrest using Electronic Medical Records

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    Authors: Sriram Somanchi, Samrachana Adhikari, Allen Lin, Elena Eneva, Rayid Ghani

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    Code Blue is an emergency code used in hospitals to indicate when a patient goes into cardiac arrest and needs resuscitation. When Code Blue is called, an on-call medical team staffed by physicians and nurses is paged and rushes in to try to save the patient's life. It is an intense, chaotic, and resource-intensive process, and despite the considerable effort, survival rates are still less than 20% [4]. Research indicates that patients actually start showing clinical signs of deterioration some time before going into cardiac arrest [1][2[][3], making early prediction, and possibly intervention, feasible. In this paper, we describe our work, in partnership with NorthShore University HealthSystem, that preemptively flags patients who are likely to go into cardiac arrest, using signals extracted from demographic information, hospitalization history, vitals and laboratory measurements in patient-level electronic medical records. We find that early prediction of Code Blue is possible and when compared with state of the art existing method used by hospitals (MEWS - Modified Early Warning Score)[4], our methods perform significantly better. Based on these results, this system is now being considered for deployment in hospital settings.

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  • Code Blue Simulation - Virtual Education and Simulation Training Center

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    Christiana Care Health System's Virtual Education and Simulation Training Center replicates operating rooms and patient rooms exactly, allowing medical teams to train in a simulated environment that is exactly like what they will experience in the hospital. This video demonstrates one of the many kinds of training that takes place here: a Code Blue simulation. Here, a team of hospital staff are able to rehearse the protocol for responding to a patient who is in cardiac arrest.

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    A code blue is called when a patient is going through an urgent life-threatening emergency, such as cardiac or respiratory arrest. A resuscitation team must act quickly during such a code, and building a strong sense of leadership so that the team is able to manage multiple parts of the resuscitation process quickly is vital. This simulator helps to properly train the team to perform a clinical intervention with confidence and ease.

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  • My First Code Blue...

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    This video talks about my first code blue experience and my thoughts on codes and DNRs in general.

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  • How do you keep order during the chaos of a code blue?

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    Recognize the two types of 'disorder' during a code.

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  • Code Blue 6-13-19 FINAL

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    2018-19 Final episode of Code Blue.

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    Code blue skit identifying different scope of practices.

  • Surviving A Code Blue, A Patients Story

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    Code blue survivor Matt Whitman shares his emotional story. Matt, who was on a PCA pump, shares that capnography monitoring may have helped avoided his code blue.
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  • Code Blue Simulation Right Vs. Wrong

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    Hello All! Here we have our Medical Surgical Project on how to run a code blue. First we demonstrate the wrong way to handle a code (with a twist of comedy), we then follow it up with the proper way to run a code (from a BLS standpoint). This video was created by Nursing Students to help fellow students. With that said, keep in mind that we are Nursing Students who are still learning.
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  • HeartCode® ACLS

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    HeartCode is a web-based, self-paced instructional program that uses eSimulation technology to allow students to assess and treat patients in virtual healthcare settings. Debriefings and coaching are provided immediately after each simulation to facilitate learning about basic and advanced life support.

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  • ACLS - Experienced Provider Promo Video

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    This video highlights the benefits of ACLS for Experienced Providers

  • Diagnosis and management of acute anaphylaxis

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    In this podcast Dr Joe Unsworth, Consultant Physician at Southmead Hospital, Bristol, with a special interest in immunology and allergy, and Dr Jasmeet Soar, Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine at Southmead hospital, with a special interest in resuscitation, and Chair of the Working Group of the Resuscitation Council on anaphylaxis, describe the diagnosis and management of acute anaphylaxis.

  • Dont Turn Blue During a Code Blue

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    Dr. Santavicca discusses the finer points of running a code, and doing so like a maestro.

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