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#295997 - 05/07/20 10:42 PM Re: What's your unique EDC? (Every Day Carry) [Re: teacher]
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More edc
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- $40 cash
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#296008 - 05/08/20 01:36 PM Re: What's your unique EDC? (Every Day Carry) [Re: teacher]
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Haertig.....nice tracing.... great description and explanation. Still a field medic (going on 28 years-plus 6 for the EMT)(I still remember the first defib).

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#296013 - 05/08/20 03:46 PM Re: What's your unique EDC? (Every Day Carry) [Re: teacher]
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Haertig, thanks for posting this up.

I just emailed the company - turns out the have a 6 lead option as well. I'm interested to see if I could buy one for use outside the hospital/clinic setting. Unfortunately, only shows the limb leads, but it's still pretty impressive.

I've been contemplating a portable ultrasound too; the combo would do a good screening job for a lot of conditions (all work related purchases, not just a personal EDC)


Edited by MDinana (05/08/20 03:48 PM)

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#296016 - 05/08/20 08:14 PM Re: What's your unique EDC? (Every Day Carry) [Re: teacher]
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question for the medics.... Mom had congestive heart failure and threw PVCs... but they were typically preceded by an inverted T wave....which I thought was the normal (T) QRS sequence for a premature ventricular contraction

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#296019 - 05/08/20 09:13 PM Re: What's your unique EDC? (Every Day Carry) [Re: teacher]
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It is normal for the T-wave to be inverted after a wide QRS complex like a PVC... it is not typical for an inverted T wave on the complex before a PVC unless it was also a wide QRS.
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#296021 - 05/09/20 12:10 AM Re: What's your unique EDC? (Every Day Carry) [Re: Alan_Romania]
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Originally Posted By: Alan_Romania
It is normal for the T-wave to be inverted after a wide QRS complex like a PVC... it is not typical for an inverted T wave on the complex before a PVC unless it was also a wide QRS.
Basically this, though you can get different shapes to PVCs.

Additionally, many things can cause an inverted t wave, independent of a PVC. Think of a PVC as the heart 'hiccuping.' Usually no big deal. The heart can have all sorts of problems. Kind of like you can have have a cold and hiccup - ever have near simultaneous sneeze and hiccup?

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