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Fully COVID-19 Vaccinated

Fully COVID-19 Vaccinated

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have issued new guidance for vaccinated persons, as of April 27, 2021.
If you are fully vaccinated, what can you start to do? If you’ve been fully vaccinated:
You can gather indoors with fully vaccinated people without wearing a...

COVID-19 Vaccines are widely available, effective, and safe

COVID-19 Vaccines are widely available, effective, and safe

Vaccine Efficacy: In human trials, the Pfizer vaccine was compared to a placebo in 43,448 people. During the study, 170 participants developed COVID-19. When the study blind was broken, it was revealed that 162 of these people had received the placebo. Only eight were in the vaccine group. Of 10...

Unity in Crisis

Unity in Crisis

The transfer of power from one president to the next is a moment in time which shows our republic is strong and able to weather rough seas and the toughest of times. The past two and a half centuries haven’t been easy, there has been a terrible cost in lives, blood, and painful division with...

Resuscitation Group - Costa Rica Training Sessions

Resuscitation Group - Costa Rica Training Sessions

Dr Max Morales, Resuscitation Group Medical Director Costa Rica and Instructor, began annual training the Costa Rica Medevac and COVID 19 Repatriation Teams. This session began with Spanish language ACLS, PALS, and BCLS courses over a five-day session.
Last year The Resuscitation Group...

Is the “scoop and run” mentality killing our cardiac arrest patients?

Is the “scoop and run” mentality killing our cardiac arrest patients?

The odds of surviving out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) are significantly better when resuscitation efforts are continued on scene, as opposed to being performed while the patient is being transported to the hospital, a large observational study has found.
The process of moving a patient...

Restaurants May Play A Key Role in SARS-CoV-2 Spread

Restaurants May Play A Key Role in SARS-CoV-2 Spread

Restaurants appear to play a key role in the spread of COVID-19, according to a new study on transmission. "Masks cannot be effectively worn while eating and drinking, whereas shopping and numerous other indoor activities do not preclude mask use," write Kiva A. Fisher, PhD, from the CDC, and...

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg the daughter of everyday working people of Brooklyn New York, who against all odds, studied the law, became the first female on the Harvard Law Review, became a champion of woman’s rights, and the first woman attorney to argue six cases in front of the Supreme...

Ketamine – Because There Really Isn’t A Downside

Ketamine – Because There Really Isn’t A Downside

The use of ketamine in emergency and critical care medicine is a relatively new concept in the USA, despite the reality that ketamine has been used in hospitals throughout the world for several decades and remains throughout the decades on the World Health Organization Model List of Essential...

The Problem With Saline....

The Problem With Saline....

Recently a critical care specialist at one of The Resuscitation Group ACLS EP courses remarked that normal saline is the most dangerous drug in common use today, and it is most certainly not a physiological resuscitation fluid.
While we do believe there are issues of significant weight with...

National Nurses Day Message


National Nurses Day takes on a new meaning in the year 2020, this year. Nurses have been the front line in a battle to save patients dying from COVID-19 around the world. Nurses have committed themselves daily to difficult, dangerous, and draining work; while putting themselves at risk of...