iRescueRadio 033: DDoS Attacks, Virtual Doctor’s Appointments, Hospital Stats, CPR on Soft Surfaces

This week’s episode of iRescueRadio covers a string of DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) Attacks that have occurred lately, followed by a discussion of virtual doctor appointments.

After those conversations comes a discussion of a website where you can compare statistics at each of the hospitals across the country.

This week’s puzzler covers a what would you do, regarding CPR on any soft surface like a bed.

iRescueRadio Episode 33 [Download]

 

Sources – Hospital Comparisons
U.S. Hospital Death Rates

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2 comments on “iRescueRadio 033: DDoS Attacks, Virtual Doctor’s Appointments, Hospital Stats, CPR on Soft Surfaces

  1. Regarding cpr on a bed. As nurses we realize it’s ineffective. I ran into a problem 2 years ago. I was called to a neighbor’s home by a child that her uncle wasn’t breathing. tTo make a long story short., this was a 34 year old 200 pound man on a king size bed with absolutely no room as the bed took up the whole room. THe only thing I could do was kneel up on the bed and do the beest I could and had the child call 911. It was a terrible situation. Even if there were room enough to get him on the floor, I wouldn’t have been able to because of his size and my wait was 110 pounds. Maybe you could add cpr in emergency situation in the home while waiting for 011 response.

    Thank you,
    Elizabeth

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