My name is Ben Meadley, and I’m an intensive care flight paramedic working for Ambulance Victoria. I’ve been an ambo for a little over 15 years, and have worked in both rural and urban EMS environments in New South Wales and Victoria, Australia. I currently work on an ambulance helicopter in regional Victoria, as well as plenty of time on “the road”. I am also a sessional lecturer in undergraduate and postgraduate prehospital programs at Monash University.

The aim of this site is to give you, the prehospital professional, exposure to up-to-date happenings in emergency medicine and prehospital care. Just to be clear, this site is in no way authorised or endorsed by any prehospital or ambulance authority. All opinions expressed on this site are mine and mine alone, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Ambulance Victoria or Air Ambulance Victoria. Any suggestions of how to perform your practice should be placed in context of your service’s policies, procedures and clinical guidelines.

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  1. what about something on remote ischemic perconditioning in STEMI and stroke??

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