Month: September 2017

Oxyhemoglobin Dissociation Curve

The Dreaded Oxyhemoglobin Dissociation Curve Few phrases bring agony to the ear quite as easily as “Now we’re going to talk about the oxyhemoglobin dissociation curve”.  In reality, however, the idea behind the curve is a simple one, and one that providers of all levels should have a basic understanding of.  Check out the podcast

Lies, Deceit, and Blood Pressure Measurement

Blood Pressure Measurement and Other Tall Tales From the elderly patient who really doesn’t want to get prescribed antihypertensives to the young, motivated paramedic, sometimes the numbers just don’t add up.  Check out the podcast to get the whole story! Show Notes Reasons a measurement may be inaccurate Room Temperature Exercise Alcohol use Nicotine use