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New AHA Algorithm Encourages ED Pre-Activation and Direct-to-Cath-Lab Protocols

By Hannah Ostrem   |   January 23, 2020

In emergency conditions like STEMI, patient outcomes depend heavily on the time between onset of symptoms to definitive treatment. As such, clinicians should make every...

It's Easier to Pull a Rope Than to Push it.

By Wes Wood   |   January 20, 2020

My Grandfather (who was a very wise man) used to say “It’s a lot easier to pull a rope than push it.” Of course, as a kid I thought he had lost his mind. “Who would ever...

Overlake Medical Center Reduces Time to Thrombectomy by 39 Minutes

By Hannah Ostrem   |   January 17, 2020

Overlake Medical Center is a Certified Joint Commission Thrombectomy-Capable Stroke Center in the Seattle, WA area. Recently, they posted an article detailing an inspiring...

Press   |   Release Notes

Pulsara 10.10 Release Features Backend Functionality Improvements

By Team Pulsara   |   January 16, 2020

Jan. 16, 2020 - Bozeman, Montana - Pulsara recently announced the release of app version 10.10. Full release notes are as follows.


We released Pulsara version...

How to Reclaim Your Clinical Dead Space

By Greg Brown   |   January 13, 2020

The biggest pain point I encountered when working nights in the ED was communication — mainly, waiting. Call lists, pagers, and phone trees were our reality when we needed...

To Improve Treatment Times, It Pays to Become Obsessed with the Process [Part 1]

By Josh Jordan   |   January 10, 2020

Often times, I hear hospitals, coordinators, and providers say that one of their main goals is to improve treatment times for X condition, or Y service line. My next...

WEBINAR: Optimizing Acute Stroke Care - The Role of EMS and Parallel Workflow

By Dr. Brijesh Mehta   |   January 8, 2020

EDITOR'S NOTE: Special thanks to guest author, Dr. Brijesh Mehta* for today's article

When it comes to stroke, every second counts. Therefore, every time-saving...


Bystander CPR: A Sudden Cardiac Arrest Survival Story

By Hannah Ostrem   |   January 6, 2020

According to the American Heart Association, only around half of Americans say that if they saw someone suffering from cardiac arrest, they would give CPR. Those who said...

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