The Huntsville Hospital Emergency Department made history recently by hosting the first eight-hour, in-hospital Handtevy pediatric resuscitation training course in…
When emergency crews respond to calls with a child needing an urgent medication, those first responders quickly need to calculate…
After an extensive evaluation process, the Virginia Department of Health, Office of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) has chosen to offer the Handtevy suite of lifesaving tools to EMS agencies in the state.
Handtevy has partnered with the Utah Emergency Services for Children’s program to provide their groundbreaking Handtevy resuscitation system to all EMS agencies in the state.
There are few positive terms associated with pediatric cardiac arrest. Terms like poor outcome, bleak, dismal, and ultimately futile pepper the literature, creating a context of despair any time the topic is approached. It’s no wonder pediatric out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (POHCA) patients are among our most traumatic.
Dr Peter Antevy discussed the rationale of arming citizens and bystanders with bleeding control kits. The kits are part of a broader campaign of empowerment and call-to-action to save lives, known as Stop the Bleed which is sponsored by the American College of Surgeons (ACS) Committee on Trauma/
For his work in life-saving initiatives throughout Broward County, The National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians has named Dr. Peter Antevy, EMS Medical Director of the Year.
The day after the Parkland high school mass shooting, Broward County Medical Director Dr. Peter Antevy said his kids woke up for school, heard what happened and his son looked at him with the “fear of God that he had to go to school that day.”
FAST18 was Epic! If you missed FAST18.. Don’t worry, FAST19 has been planned and booked for May 6-8, 2019 in Murfreesboro, TN. This is the second of many FAST18 Rewinds that will be released throughout the next year, leading up to FAST19.
Paramedics at the Wausau Fire Department recently got training to use a software system called Handtevy that gives first responders quick access to lifesaving medicine dosing information.
Pendleton Fire recently acquired HandTevy, an app that can automatically provide paramedics with the proper dosages and measurements for things like medications that can address anaphylactic shock or cardiac arrest or equipment like breathing tubes.
Red Duke Trauma Institute at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center eNewsletter. Summer 2018 —
The pressure on medical professionals in a busy emergency room is all the more intense when the patient is a child and medications are required immediately. That is why Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital – a Level I trauma center equipped to treat children in the most difficult situations – is a leader in adopting the best processes available.
The Southern Manatee Fire Rescue Fire Commissioners recognized Mr. Michael Damato for his generous donation of $5000.00 which was used to outfit all first out fire apparatus with the Handtevy Emergency Pediatric equipment, the gold standard for pediatric emergency care.