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This is the AMPED Air Methods Prehospital EDucation (AMPED) podcast brought to you by Air Methods, a leader in air medical transport, with the mission to deliver critical care discussion and content to both the prehospital and in hospital care providers through clinician interviews and expert clinical commentary.
 
This is the Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast, the official Podcast for the National Association of EMS Physician's (NAEMSP) journal, Prehospital Emergency Care. This bimonthly podcast contains in depth interviews with manuscript authors and engaging commentary from EMS physicians Dr. Hawnwan Moy, Dr. Scott Goldberg, Dr. Jeremiah Escajeda, and Dr. Joelle Donofrio.
 
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A UK Prehospital Emergency Medicine Podcast. This podcast and associated website aims to: - Share knowledge and expertise in the field of prehospital medicine with specific reference to the UK working environment - Make this content relevant to all professional prehospital practitioners
 
New for '22... Join Silas and Jonny as they discuss medical cases. Hopefully educational, but we promise nothing! Brought to you by PREMED. All views expressed herein are those of the hosts or guest(s) and do not necessarily represent the views of their respective employers or affiliate organisations.
 
"Heavy lies the crown" is a common misquote of "uneasy lies the head that wears a crown" from Shakespeare's Henry IV, Part 2. It refers to the responsibility and insecurity of governing an entire kingdom. Likewise, "heavy lies the helmet" refers to the responsibility we face as critical care transport providers working in an autonomous and often unpredictable environment. Our minds are eased with education that better prepares us for any situation that we may encounter. That is exactly what ...
 
Welcome to PragMed. A podcast hosted by medics for medics. We talk about everything from best practice prehospital medicine to coffee. We are not the average clinical health podcast that pretends to know it all, we find the experts and ask them what they feel is best for prehospital medicine. We hope that you not only enjoy but contribute to the discussion and grow with us together. No topic is off the table, and we only ask that you be respectful of another. Otherwise, grab a cup of coffee ...
 
From the Austin-Travis County EMS System Office of the Medical Director, this blog will cover topics of prehospital care, emergency medicine, tactical medicine, rescue, community paramedicine, disaster response, and public health. Expect to hear medical pearls, the latest research, reviews of anything as it relates to EMS.
 
Hosted by paramedic Zach Cantor, "Critical Levels" is a new podcast dedicated to having critical conversations in paramedicine. "Critical Levels" is a podcast for paramedics, by paramedics, with a Canadian and local bias. Please visit our website - http://www.criticallevels.ca - for more information Please email us at info@criticallevels.ca for any suggestions/feedback/comments Follow us on Twitter: @criticalevels
 
Resuscitology is a course for resuscitationists, based in Australia and brought to you by Brian Burns, Karel Habig, Libby Hanrahan, Geoff Healy, Natalie May and Cliff Reid. Our emphasis is on deep discussion of Resuscitation cases with focus on optimal up to date clinical resuscitation, leadership and human factors, wellness and sustainability. This podcast captures some of the thoughts, themes and ideas we are interested in around trauma, critical illness and other resuscitation topics.
 
PRN is hosted and produced by four VCOM medical students trying to learn how to be the best doctors they can be. They interview medical professionals at administrative and clinical levels to bring light to their day to day practices and struggles. The goal is to give everyone the opportunity to hear from medical professionals on topics that wouldn't normally be brought up in a classroom setting and spark more fluid conversation among medical students.
 
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EMS Week: Rising to the challenge As EMS week comes to a close, NAEMSP, the PEC podcast, and the But Why EMS podcast would like to highlight a NAEMSP member who has Risen to the Challenge of the war in Ukraine. Dr. Kasia Hampton (@kasiahamptonmd) & her medical student daughter Livia Van Humbeeck (@doclivia) have been helping their home country Pola…
 
Did you misread that title? Maybe you did and maybe you didn't. Emergency medicine requires our professionals to work from limited information and rely on instincts and assessment to diagnose and treat a patient. This usually leads our team down the right path, but sometimes leads them astray and takes them down the wrong clinical pathway for a pat…
 
Ouch-less Pediatrics For CAPCE Credit click here! Happy EMS Week: Pediatrics Day! The PEC Podcast team would like to highlight NAEMSP's newest podcast to our family The Pediatric EMS Podcast In their first episode, hosts Dr. Joseph Finney and Dr. Joelle Donofrio Odmann talk about Safely and effectively managing pain in our pediatric patients. Medic…
 
The Case RaDonda Vaught was a 39-year old registered nurse serving as the "help-all" nurse (for which there is no specific job description) at Vanderbilt University Hospital on Dec. 26, 2017. She also had an orientee. She was asked to go down to Radiology PET scan and administer the medication Versed to 75-year old Charlene Murphey who had been hos…
 
In this episode, Raphael and Dov discuss the recent wave of fatal and non-fatal terror attacks in Israel from the viewpoint of a first responder. How do first responders deal with scene safety? How do they treat patients under fire? What is the emotional and psychological fallout of responding to these attacks on a regular basis? We go over tips on…
 
Mores lies! But this time, we focus on empirical use of spinal immobilization devices and the harm associated with them. The dogma surrounding this topic is staggering, to say the least. From EMS agencies to Level 1 tertiary centers, cervical collars and long spine boards (LSB) remain a "standard" predicated on a lack of evidence. What evidence DO …
 
PEC Podcast Episode 112 is here! In this episode, we cover Volume 26 Number 1 of the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal. We highlight such manuscripts like: Overdose Receiving Centers – An Idea Whose Time Has Come? & Initial Prehospital Rapid Emergency Medicine Score (REMS) as a Predictor of Patient Outcomes Click here to download today! As always …
 
First responders and clinicians often see things that are unimaginable to the average person as a part of their jobs. Yes, this is the nature of the work, but first responders and clinicians are human, and sometimes what they see affects them deeply. First responders have a 2.5x increased risk of suicide compared to other jobs. How do we help our c…
 
Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) is a common metabolic disorder, particularly in the pediatric population. If treated inappropriately, these patients can quickly decompensate to the point of hypovolemic shock, acute respiratory failure, and even cerebral herniation. What are the physiological differences behind DKA verses HHS (Hyperglycemic Hyperosmolar…
 
In this episode, Dov and Raphael go behind the scene of some of United Hatzalah's black ops rescue operations that have been taking place inside Ukraine as part of Operation Orange Wings. The EMS organization, which took upon itself the task of providing medical care and humanitarian aid to refugees on the Ukrainian border in Moldova, could not sit…
 
This is the book Jon quotes, “Pain is a symphony…” The International Association for the Study of Pain’s revised definition of pain is available here. If you’d like to read more about ‘nocebo’ i.e. the non-pharmacological adverse effects of an intervention, have a look at this article. Penthrox For more information on Penthrox, you can read about i…
 
March Madness is here! To help distract you from the craziness of college basketball, the PEC Podcast team is happy to discuss the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal Volume 25 Number 6 where we cover manuscripts like: Ketamine for Prehospital Pain Management Does Not Prolong Emergency Department Length of Stay & Child Abuse Recognition Training for…
 
The United Nations (UN) defines human trafficking (HT) as “the recruitment, transport, transfer, harbouring, or receipt of a person by such means as threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, abduction, fraud, or deception for the purpose of exploitation“. What is human trafficking? How prevalent is it? What are the red flags? How can I use…
 
There are a lot of "lies"/misunderstandings surrounding appropriate use of paralytics AKA neuromuscular blocking agents (NMBAs). When are these medications truly indicated? How do we appropriately administer them? How do we accurately monitor these patients? And how do we reverse the effects of NMBAs? Tune in to another pharmacologically driven pod…
 
Join us for a discussion on education in mobile medicine. Keep the conversation going by using #JEMSTalk. Participants Jonathon Feit, MBA, MA Co-Founder & Chief Executive Beyond Lucid Technologies, Inc. Mike Touchstone, BSHS, FACPE Fire Paramedic Deputy Chief, EMS Operations (Retired) Philadelphia (PA) Fire Department Past President, National EMS M…
 
In today's episode, Dov and Raphael come to you from the Ukrainian border with Moldova, where United Hatzalah has been undertaking a massive humanitarian and medical relief mission entitled Operation Orange Wings. The mission, which involved more than 150 EMS personnel thus far, has included providing humanitarian aid and medical care to tens of th…
 
When a tornado strikes and causes a mass casualty incident (MCI), how does the team integrate itself into a larger team of first responders doing a variety of different jobs? How does the team arrive on scene when flight is impossible? And upon successfully saving one life, how does the team reconcile that success with the multiple other lives lost…
 
In this episode, we talk about the population that accounts for the majority of EMS calls related to illness – the elderly. Whether the patient has loved ones by their side or is living alone or in a long-term care facility, this population grouping often requires an extra level of care. We'll discuss tips and ideas on how to provide that, even tho…
 
Sometimes a small dose of epinephrine or norepinephrine can keep a patient from becoming hypotensive during intubation, or may help bridge the patient to a continuous infusion. Dr. Pickett talks about simple methods for mixing and administering push doses of these pressors and how to administer the infusion. NOTE: It is ASSUMED you already know the…
 
Like Starsky and Hutch, like peanut butter and jelly, like Riggs and Murtaugh, the inseparable duo is back together for Medic Mindset for an episode of the Thinking Series, this time on abdominal pain. Feast your ears, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. The audio is like butter. Available on YouTube, iTunes, Google Play, and Feedburner! https://…
 
The clotting cascade, particularly in the context of anti-coagulation reversal can be complex to understand. Unfortunately, many of our patients are on anti-coagulation agents that require reversal in the presence of life-threatening hemorrhage. How do we choose the most appropriate agent based on which step of the coagulation cascade that it antag…
 
For directors working in the health sector, there’s an important chapter on leading through crisis in my new book “Experiences of Health Workers in the COVID-19 Pandemic: In Their Own Words”. #AGS2022 #InTheirOwnWords https://t.co/iwZCZu9096 — Prof Marie Bismark FAICD (@mbismark) March 2, 2022 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Hi folks! This …
 
Happy February from the PEC podcast crew! Even though Punxsutawney Phil's shadow predicted another 6 weeks of winter, the PEC podcast team is happy to keep you company while you're keeping warm. In this episode, we cover the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal Volume 25 Number 5 where we cover manuscripts like: Impact of a Standardized EMS Handoff T…
 
After the War in Afghanistan, the Chief of Defence Staff of the Canadian Armed Forces decided to create a brand new forward aeromedical evacuation capability. This is where our episode’s guest comes in. We speak with Dr. Leilani Doyle, Lt. Col. with the Canadian Armed Forces about her role in the creation of CMERT - the Canadian Medical Emergency R…
 
Which is the lesser evil, opioid or naloxone overdose? To avoid adverse effects, how should we be administering naloxone in the presence of opioid overdose? In this podcast episode, we are joined by Dr. Arne Skulberg, anesthesiologist and lead author, to discuss his recently published RCT comparing intranasal with intramuscular naloxone. We highlig…
 
Air Methods Prehospital EDucation Podcast Pediatric airway management is always a stressful procedure, particularly during transport when the risk of dislodgement increases. That fear of dislodging the airway can quickly change from securing the device to a "rat’s nest" of methods. In this episode the AMPED team dive into a case where that unfolds …
 
Welcome to Real Life Rescues, a podcast that goes behind the scenes and takes an in-depth look into the operational and personal accounts of EMS first responders from Israel’s largest fully volunteer EMS provider United Hatzalah. The podcast is hosted by EMT-P (Paramedic) Dov Maisel and EMT-B (EMT) Raphael Poch. In today’s episode, we’ll be sharing…
 
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