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Sat, 23 Aug 2014 14:05:31 +0000

So the family went to King’s Dominion the other weekend.  As a teen, between 1975 and 1979  my friends and I went once or ten times every summer.  Roller coasters, flume rides, hideously overpriced food (we thought at the time – how little we knew).  It was fun.  But that was before EMS. Now-me arrives […]

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Did I tell you about the time…?dtsemt

Tue, 18 Mar 2014 21:56:31 +0000

Our patient, c/c “chest pain”, was sinus tach and sprinkling PVCs like confetti. We’re applying oxygen, he’s got some morphine on board, and we’re just opening the nitro when he codes, just as we get to the hospital. We hit the ED doors running, pushing, bagging. “Code! We need a room!” “Room 4!” The charge […]

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New App – Rampart BLSdtsemt

Sat, 22 Jun 2013 14:47:33 +0000

A new app has been submitted to Google Play and should be appearing shortly. Rampart-BLS is a BLS  scenario emulator.  PLEASE have one of the many fine, natural-sounding voices (such as IVONA or SVOX) installed on your Android device! In this app, you are the ED doc or OMD.  Your EMT-B is calling from the […]

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New App – Parklanddtsemt

Mon, 21 Jan 2013 20:33:43 +0000

Available on the link to the left, or in the Google Play store: As usual, completely free, and ad-free.  Calculates fluid resuscitation requirements based on the Parkland formula.  

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New Appdtsemt

Sat, 15 Sep 2012 18:40:20 +0000

… in the Google Play store.  DTsEMT Menu allows you to remove any shortcuts you might have to other DTs (Medics of Anarchy) titles and replace them with a single shortcut to the Menu app, freeing up screen space. The app scans your device on launch and creates a menu of all DTsEMT titles – […]

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who is… The Most Interesting Medic In The World…?dtsemt

Tue, 24 Apr 2012 20:46:01 +0000

To him, anything less than a 14 gauge in the Circle of Willis is a peripheral line;   When he marks “transporting”,  the hospital pages a “Code Awesome, ETA 5 minutes”;   When he brings in a patient, the ED docs gather around – to learn;   When he was dispatched to the wrong address, […]

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Of course, Scotch is a colloiddtsemt

Thu, 16 Feb 2012 20:18:43 +0000

In discussing blood pressures, and fluid resuscitation, my current precept asked a simple question, “When would you use crystalloids over colloids, assuming both were available?”.  Further discussion led to a narrowing of the question to, “When would you use crystalloids and pressors, rather than simply switching to colloids?” Since there are a variety of reasons […]

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ACK! Mea culpa maximadtsemt

Thu, 26 Jan 2012 18:50:47 +0000

Version 1.1 of the drip rate calculator was broken, and replaced the working copy (1.0) for everyone who upgraded.  BUT, (and “everyone I know has a big ‘but'” – PwH) it is fixed, and version 1.12 seems to be stable.  Boring bit: compiler update now only allows lowercase identifiers; Apps market didn’t recognize the drip […]

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Mods to the Drip Rate calculatordtsemt

Sat, 21 Jan 2012 21:30:22 +0000

“JS” had a nice idea – how about the gtts/min for folks who don’t have a ml/hr pump?  It’s now there, and I took the opportunity to make the navigation less clunky.  Well, at least /I/ think it’s less clunky.  Version 1.1 and should update automatically for folks who already have it installed. PLEASE let […]

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Another day, another app…dtsemt

Fri, 13 Jan 2012 21:50:20 +0000

The latest is the DTsEMT RSI Calculator – enter a patient category (adult or peds), enter the weight, and see the drugs.  Allows you to deselect drugs you don’t carry to get them out of the way, and lets you enter patient health concerns (ICP, hypotension, pregnancy, etc) after which it will color-code the drugs.  […]

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