STAFFORD SPRINGS — During January 2016, ASM Paramedic David White and his partner Ray Philbrick responded to a medical call in Stafford with Stafford Ambulance. The EKG was indicative of a STEMI and Dave wirelessly transmitted the 12-lead EKG to Saint Francis Hospital, activating their cardiac catherization lab from the field. (#16-0017.
“Here is the full feedback report. Great job!!” – John Quinlavin, Manager, Emergency Medical Service, Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center.
SFH Cath Lab Patient Follow-Up Form Treatment by EMS and Direct to SFH ED
EMS Agency: Ambulance Service of Manchester & Stafford Ambulance
First Medical Contact (FMC) (at pt side) Date/Time: 1/1/2016 01:00 elapse: 00:00
EMS 12 Lead Acquisition Time: 01:02 elapse: 00:02
EMS STEMI Alert Request Time (source: cmed): 01:19 elapse: 00:17
EMS 12 Lead Transmit Rec’d Time (source: Lifenet): 01:19 elapse: 00:17
Arrival Time (SFHED): 01:41 elapse: 00:22
Cath Lab Arrival Time (SFH): 02:03 elapse: 00:22
Procedure Start Time: 02:20 elapse: 00:17
First Device Time: 02:46 elapse: 00:26
SFHED Door to First Device: 65 min
FMC to First Device: 106 min
Vessel Angiography Findings / Treatment: 100% SVG-RCA lesion open not stented.
Comments: Onset chest pain 00:00. Once patient on EMS stretcher Asystole, went to start CPR, patient responsive prior to any compressions. This occurred again during transport. STEMI team paged prior to arrival at 0122.