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Stroke Scales: 10 Things You Need to Know to Save Lives

By Hannah Ostrem   |   April 5, 2018

 EDITOR'S NOTE: Special thanks to our guest blogger, Bob Sullivan. Bob Sullivan, MS, NRP, is a paramedic instructor at Delaware Technical Community College. He has been in...

Inconsistencies in Processes of Care Result in Variable Survival Rates for Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest. 

By James Woodson, MD   |   March 9, 2018

Recently, the AHA released recommendations that cardiac resuscitation systems of care be put in place and should involve "interconnected community, emergency medical...

Healthcare Systems Concepts -- What is a System? Part 1 [Vlog]

By Mic Gunderson   |   February 20, 2018

EDITOR'S NOTE: The following blog post was written by guest author Mic Gunderson, President of the Center for Systems Improvement. Mic has been involved in emergency...

Hall of Hope: Supporting Stroke Survivors Through Creativity

By Hannah Ostrem   |   January 5, 2018

What does your hospital do to support stroke survivors during their recoveries? 

What We Can Learn from the 10-Year-Old Who Saved His Mom from a Stroke

By Shane Elmore, RN   |   December 20, 2017

I recently read an article about how a young boy helped save his mother's life by getting an ambulance on its way, and it made me pause and think. The piece reminded that...

Research: Can Pulsara Facilitate Communication for Multi-Organizational and Multi-Disciplinary Clinicians?

By Hannah Ostrem   |   December 13, 2017

When someone suffers a stroke or heart attack, getting the patient to definitive treatment quickly is crucial to their survival and quality of life post-event. But,...

Australian Health Systems Reduce D2B and D2N Times by 28 and 33 Minutes Respectively [Preliminary Research]

By Hannah Ostrem   |   December 7, 2017

To determine if Pulsara can improve management timelines for patients suspected of having a stroke or cardiac event, researchers  in Australia have conducted a pilot study...

What if we Measured Treatment Delays in Number of Brain Cells Lost? Thoughts from a Stroke Coordinator [Podcast]

By Shane Elmore, RN   |   November 15, 2017

What if instead of recording treatment delays in minutes, your stroke coordinator recorded them in number of brain cells lost?

Would your team still say "Oh well, it's...

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