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2017 Weinstein EMS Lecture Series

Through the generosity of the Johnston & Weinstein families, a fund has been established at the Central New York Community Foundation in the memory of Gail Weinstein, Upstate Emergency Medicine’s former paramedic program director to promote Emergency Medical Services education. Through this generous act, Upstate Emergency Medicine has developed the Weinstein EMS Lecture Series. An annual lecture series focused on providing our Central New York first responders with a learning opportunity focused on patient-centered medicine, responder safety, and quality of care.

This workshop is intended to build upon your foundational knowledge base of 12 lead EKG’s. Learn to recognize common pitfalls that interfere with your interpretation while refining a systematic approach to EKG interpretation and assessment of the complex medical case. This lecture will promote critical thinking and build confidence in your ability to rapidly interpret 12 lead EKG’s.

Objectives

  • Cardiovascular A&P Review
  • Review of cardiac electrophysiology
  • Normal electrical axis review and axis deviation recognition
  • Proper ECG electrode placement and calibration review
  • Acquiring the 12 Lead
  • 12 Lead analysis for STEMI recognition parameters
  • Review of secondary 12 Lead findings (T Wave inversion, ST depression)
  • Bundle Branch Block (BBB) recognition
  • STEMI "Imitators" (LBBB, Benign Early Repolarization, Pericarditis, Pacemakers)
  • Review 2010 Sgarbossa criteria for recognition of STEMI in LBBB)
  • Electrolyte imbalances and the ECG
  • Case Reviews
  • 12 Lead recognition skills

We are proud to partner with CNYEMS, and the Rosamond Gifford Zoo to deliver this program
Preregistration is required. Find the attached flyer. PDF Icon

November 10th, 2017
Registration opens at 8:00 AM, program begins at 8:30 AM. 

Rosamond Gifford Zoo
1 Conservation Place
Syracuse, NY 13204
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Enroll by clicking on the Weinstein icon on the CNYEMS homepage External Icon.

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