Your Patient Didn't Read The Textbook 
An EMS Differential Diagnosis Guide
EMT's and Paramedicss Are In For A Big Surprise...
The EMS headache
All chest pain calls are not MI's and not all breathing problems are asthma or CHF...
...If only EMS calls were that simple. The fact is our patients didn't read the textbook or know our protocols. 

Hi, I’m Jim Hoffman, founder of EMSSEO.
I’ve got a free e-book for you called "Your Patient Didn't Read The Textbook" that’s going to help you specifically with how to look beyond the common call types. 
If you’ve been struggling with getting tunnel vision during your assessment, then you need this e-book because, among other things, it reveals how to recognize various emergencies beyond the initial complaint, so you can look beyond the common call types. 
Just fill out the form on this page. Let me know your email address, and I’ll send "Your Patient Didn't Read The Textbook" out to you instantly via email. 
What's the Catch?
There’s no catch. I’m doing this because I want EMS professionals to be great critical thinkers .

This is why you have to think of various signs and symptoms and rely on your clinical knowledge to help you quickly and correctly identify what is really going on with your patient. 

All I need for you to do is put in your email address, and I’ll send it out instantly.
Even if you don't love it right now, you can still keep your access to the e-book and get value from it in the future.
You can access this FREE downloadable resource to give you specific differential diagnosis' you can and should be thinking of when you encounter patients with common complaints. 
Check out some of the tips inside this guide:
Page 9 - Why on abdominal pain calls you should think of MI, pelvic issues and consider heart problems on patients above 50 or diabetics 

The 5 signs in abdominal pain that could be much more - page 10

Common call type where you should be thinking trauma or medical - page 14

12 diagnosis' you should consider with arguably the most common call in EMS - page 17

page 19 - 4 important considerations with epiglottis patients 

The six key early considerations for patients in cardiac arrest - page 23

Chest pain and non cardiac causes - page 25

Page 26 - The % of AMI and normal ECGs? 

Two drugs you should not give when your patient is in bradycardia - page 33
15 differentials to think about with seizure patients -  page 40
Another common call type that requires you consider over 12 differentials and some may be life threatening - page 45
So just to recap, you’re getting instant access to this free e-book, The "Your Patient Didn't Read The Textbook" that will help you look beyond the common call types (including how to recognize various emergencies beyond the initial complaint)... which means you can finally stop struggling with getting tunnel vision during your assessment.
Just fill out the form, let me know your email address, and I’ll send it out instantly.
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