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RAD-57 v. Lab: EMS Research Episode 2

by admin on November 12, 2010

Episode 2:
Performance of the RAD-57 Pulse Co-Oximeter Compared With Standard Laboratory Carboxyhemoglobin Measurement
Annals of Emergency Medicine Volume 56, Issue 4 , Pages 382-388, October 2010

and from The Atlantic:

http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2010/11/lies-damned-lies-and-medical-science/8269/

Panelists:

Tim Noonan
Kyle David bates
Bil Toon
Chris Montera
Harry Mueller

  • http://emsblogs.com/roguemedic/2010/11/the-rad-57-pulse-co-oximeter-does-it-work-part-i/ The RAD-57 Pulse Co-Oximeter – Does It Work – Part I | Rogue Medic

    [...] Also posted over at Paramedicine 101 (now at EMS Blogs) and at Research Blogging. Go check out the rest of the excellent material at these sites. There is a new research podcast specifically for EMS – EMS Research Podcast. On episode 2 we discuss several topics, including the research on the RAD-57 non-invasive monitor. [...]

  • http://emsblogs.com/roguemedic/2011/05/performance-of-the-rad-57-with-a-lower-limit-better/ Performance of the RAD-57 With a Lower Limit – Better? | Rogue Medic

    [...] 101 (now at EMS Blogs), at Research Blogging, and Discussed on the EMS Research Podcast – RAD-57 v. Lab: EMS Research Episode 2. Go check out the rest of the excellent material at these [...]

  • http://emsblogs.com/paramedicine101/2011/05/18/performance-of-the-rad-57-with-a-lower-limit-better/ Paramedicine 101

    Performance of the RAD-57 With a Lower Limit – Better?…

    There has been one study of the RAD-57 on actual patients being evaluated for CO toxicity. In that study, the sensitivity was horrible. Only 48%. I could do as well flipping a coin. So could you. The low sensitivity has been the focus of the criticism….

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