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When a pediatric call comes in, EMS providers feel the emotional strain immediately. Some 1.14 million 911 calls each year involve pediatric cases, and these are high-stress events that require precise, specialized care and high cognitive engagement. The added vulnerability of child patients raises the stakes, and cases often linger on providers’ minds long afterward.

Our webinar, “How To Reduce Cognitive Strain and Help Improve Pediatric Patient Outcomes Using Technology,” explains how technology and data can support EMS agencies by quickly providing accurate dosages, equipment sizes, and intervention guidance based on age, weight, and height. This precise information can help prevent errors and improve patient outcomes, while also reassuring the provider in stressful situations.

In this complimentary webinar, Peter Antevy, MD, Founder & Chief Medical Officer of Handtevy, presents case studies to demonstrate how using quality assurance and improvement (QA/QI) data has helped EMS agencies identify problematic areas, change protocols and procedures in response, and get better patient outcomes.  

Viewers will learn: 

  • How using technology can reduce cognitive workload during pediatric cases and help improve overall patient care and documentation  
  • How to use data collected during a pediatric call to improve training and evaluate protocols   
  • Why treating a pediatric patient isn’t like treating a small adult  
  • How easy it is to enable integration between pediatric guidance technology and the ePCR  

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Meet the Speakers

Peter M. Antevy, MD is a Pediatric Emergency Medicine (EM) physician practicing in-hospital emergency medical care at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, a level I trauma and tertiary care center in South Florida. Board-certified in pediatrics, emergency medicine and the complex subspecialty of EMS, he is also the founder and chief medical officer of Handtevy - Pediatric Emergency Standards, Inc., and he serves as the Medical Director for Davie Fire-Rescue, Coral Springs-Parkland Fire Rescue, Southwest Ranches Fire Rescue and United Medical Transport, all in South Florida. Dr. Antevy also serves as Associate Medical Director for several other agencies including Palm Beach County, Florida.

Dr Peter Antevy, MD
Founder & Chief Medical Officer

Patrick, joining the Handtevy family as one of the earliest team members in 2015, brings with him a wealth of experience as a Firefighter/Paramedic from South Florida. A fervent advocate for advancing pre-hospital pediatric care, he demonstrates unwavering dedication in his pursuit of excellence within the field. Prior to his involvement in emergency medicine, Patrick served for six years in the United States Marine Corps. As an Infantryman specializing in TOW and Javelin missiles, he demonstrated exceptional dedication and competency, ultimately achieving the rank of Sergeant. His military discipline and leadership qualities continue to be instrumental in his current role at Handtevy.

Patrick Bavaro
VP of Business Development

Danny Nayman is a paramedic with 18 years of field experience. In his various roles, he has functioned as a field training officer and advanced practice paramedic in both a large metropolitan and rural EMS system. He also has experience as a performance improvement officer, clinical educator, and education program manager for a large, hospital-based critical care transport team. In addition to his full-time position at ZOLL Data Systems, Danny serves on the board of directors for the International Association of Flight and Critical Care Paramedics, holds a position as the lead instructor of a Flight and Critical Care Paramedic review course, and continues to practice patient care at Duke Life Flight.

Danny Nayman
Product Manager
ZOLL Data Systems