The Zoll R-Series Plus defibrillator is designed to improve outcomes of cardiac arrest by providing new features that will help to deliver the best possible CPR, defibrillation, and pacing treatments. This defibrillator offers live feedback on CPR quality, including rate, depth, and release. There is also a second ECG waveform displayed on the monitor that filters out any artifact from compressions. This allows the underlying rhythm to be visible during CPR and a reduction in pauses for rhythm analysis.
To learn more about the Zoll R-Series Plus please see this link: https://www.zoll.com/medical-products/defibrillators/r-series/
Nilendy Bueno received her Bachelors of Arts at the College of Mount Saint Vincent.
Before joining NYSIM, Nilendy worked for the Office of Science and Research at NYU Langone Health as an Adminis-trative Assistant. She was also a 1st grade teacher for three years.
In the future, Nilendy hopes to pursue a career as a pediatric nurse. She has always had a special love for children and a passion for their education and well- being. Some of Nilendy’s hobbies include painting, traveling and photography.
Virginia Drda, SP Program Coordinator at NYSIM co-authored the abstract below. The workshop will be presented at IMSH in Los Angeles, CA, on January 17, 2018.
“Focused Debriefing Conversations with Difficult Standardized Patients”, co-authored by Tony Errichetti, Elizabeth Kachur, and Anna Lank.
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