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Welcome to the Rotor Wash Podcast brought to you by the ECHO HeliOps Team! The goal of our podcast is to better public safety aviation through education, training, collaboration & networking opportunities, collaboration with programs / agencies by sharing information on the podcast across disciplines without cost to our members. Rotor Wash episodes will feature industry specific topics as they relate to flight crew personnel who support our community. We will discuss vital information and so ...
 
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Join the Rotorwash team for this special episode with a 4 person panel discussing the recent hurricanes, PPE in COVID, and transporting the LUCAS device. Special guest Marc Creswell discusses Acadian's response to the hurricanes, and how they deal with these regular disasters. This is a long one, but it was a blast for us to record. Hopefully, it w…
 
Welcome to the ECHO Rotorwash podcast! We have been MIA for a while, but we're back! This is the first podcast in a few months for the team here at Rotorwash, and we wanted to take a minute and update the audience on some things that are to come! In true ECHO fashion, we have decided to go in a different direction. In this episode, new Co-Host Doug…
 
On this episode of the Rotor Wash podcast, we take it back to CampECHO WV 2019 with this awesome talk by the legendary Dan Rauh. In Dan's signature style, he presents complex concepts in a brilliantly simple fashion. Sit back, relax, and enlighten yourself with some great education. Also, remember to check out the Sim Competition at ECHO Yacht Club…
 
ECHO President and Founder Jon Kaminski takes time on Thanksgiving 2019 to share an update with all of the ECHO Members. He speaks about some of the current events in the Industry and also updates the public on the many different projects within ECHO. As always, he is brutally honest with his thoughts. ECHO is TAKING A DAMN STAND. Please take a lis…
 
ECHO Rotorwash Host Tony Falzone brings you his talk from CampECHO 2019 in West Virginia. In this talk, Tony uses his signature style of calm, motivating, speech to speak about how to keep the fire strong as we progress through our career. His talk is both insightful and informative for Clinicians everywhere. Take a listen, and let us know what you…
 
Today we continue our military month as we talk with Chief Petty Officer Wayne Papalski of the US Navy. The Chief is a senior member of the the very small Navy Search and Rescue Helicopter Corpsman (SMT) community which makes him one of our most unique members. We get a chance to discusses his relationship with ECHO-Military, his work with the Join…
 
We are revisiting our ECHO conference from Philadelphia hosted by JeffStat! Dr. Ben Lawner, medical director for Allegheny Lifeflight and EMS and emergency physician, presents his talk on advanced airway techniques and some clinical advice on improving success with different types of advanced airways. If you need someone to talk to, call 1-833-AIR-…
 
In this episode, we are joined by the new ECHO Future Flight Crew Director, Shane Turner and the new ECHO Future Flight Crew Medical Director, Dan Rauh. Shane and Dan take some time to talk about the exciting times ahead for the FFC and make a big announcement for folks who want to step up and become Mentors for FFC students. Check out the website …
 
Today we head back to Camp ECHO for the second half of the Critical Care Panel. The Camp ECHO panel was one of our largest and most diverse to date and we were thrilled to have such amazing panel members join us. In this second installment, the panel discusses how to deal with a hemodynamically unstable trauma patient, fluid resuscitation, airway m…
 
Today we once again head back to Camp ECHO for the first half of the Critical Care Panel. The Camp ECHO panel was one of our largest and most diverse to date and we were thrilled to have such amazing panel members join us. In this first installment the panel discusses how to deal with a difficult “sending doc”, is there ever a patient that is too s…
 
Today we hear an interview that was done during Camp ECHO with two physicians who have been helping with ECHO since its inception. Dr. Lewis Rubinson of the University of Maryland Medical Center and Dr. Ben Lawner of the Allegheny Health Network. Both these gentlemen have been big supporters of ECHO and we get a chance to talk candidly to them over…
 
This week we head back to Camp ECHO to hear flight medic Josh Piotrowski of Erlanger LifeForce. Josh provides a clear and precise outline to confidently answer the old adage of “right patient, right drug”. Every patient is different and no patient deserves a “same pressor, every time” approach to hypotensive treatment. Josh wants all of us to be be…
 
Today we are doing a “Go Around” and revisiting one of our earliest podcasts. We plan to do this from time to time with content that is timely and worth highlighting. This interview with Fred Jeffries a clinical educator and flight paramedic with Boston Medflight is one of our favorite interviews we have ever done. Fred discusses key components for…
 
We again head back to Camp to hear Flight Nurse Robin House’s talk on toxicology in the HEMS environment. Robin offers a down and dirty look at some the most common toxicology emergencies we could potentially face and how best to manage them in the pre-hospital environment. CME Collective If you need someone to talk to, call 1-833-AIR-FAST. FAST TE…
 
On this episode of the Rotor Wash podcast Brian and Sam sit down with Dr. Lewis Rubinson to discuss advanced ventilator management in the asthma patient. Dr. Rubinson who has been a supporter of ECHO since its inception, Dr. Rubinson is a Professor of Medicine in the Program in Trauma at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and Vice Presid…
 
Today we head back to camp to hear Dr. Ben Lawner of Alleghany LifeFlight discuss how as critical care transport professionals are often tasked with airway management in a patient who is in need of emergent resuscitation because they are teetering on the edge. Whether it is trauma, sepsis, and other critical conditions they all necessitate a height…
 
Back to camp we go to hear Dr. Matthew Poremba medical director of Allegheny LifeFlight discuss whole blood use in helicopter EMS. Dr. Poremba discussed the hurtles he and the folks at Lifeflight encountered while working to start their whole blood program and why it is far superior to PRBC in his opinion in some patients. CME Collective If you nee…
 
Today we again revisit Camp ECHO for an Interactive discussion of the recognition and management strategies for acute right ventricular failure. This talk will briefly touch on specific anatomic and physiologic considerations (differentiating from LV, ventricular interdependence, etc), diagnostic tools and strategies for prevention/treatment of acu…
 
This week we revisit another lecture from Camp ECHO. Josh Piotrowski of Erlanger Life Force presents a lecture that will take a look at the rare presentation of Electrical Storm. Josh says “As critical care providers, we need to recognize that uncommon is our bread and butter and we need to be informed when others may not. We will break down the cu…
 
Ruth Myles, a flight nurse at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Advanced Response Team (DHART) delivers her talk at #CAMPECHO regarding PTSD and the relationship between it and video gaming and what recent research has shown. From Ruth: "We did not do enough”, this statement was made by a Dispatcher in the AfterAction Report following the mass shooting at the Pu…
 
On today's Rotor Wash episode, join us for an interview with 3 gentlemen from HealthNet Aeromedical Services. Clinton Burley, President & CEO of HealthNet joins us along with Base Lead and Flight Paramedic, Mark Brooks and Flight Nurse Glenn Sutphin. These men truly love what they do and the people they work alongside and it shows through in the wo…
 
On today’s Rotor Wash episode, we will wrap up the Critical Care Panel Discussion from our 2018 Annual Conference ECHONooga. Our panel which is comprised of critical care experts will finish the discussion on topics and interventions that are ongoing amidst clinicians in the field. CAMP IS THIS WEEK AND THE ECHO IS GETTING LOUDER!!! Don't forget ab…
 
On today’s episode, listen as we revisit the Critical Care Panel Discussion from our 2018 Annual Conference ECHONooga. Our critical care panel which is comprised of critical care experts will continue the discussion on topics and interventions that are ongoing amidst clinicians in the field. This is part 2 of a 3-part series. Part 3 will air next w…
 
On today’s episode, listen as we revisit the Critical Care Panel Discussion from our 2018 Annual Conference ECHONooga. Our panel will provide introductions and discuss some topics and interventions that are ongoing amidst critical care clinicians. This is part 1 of a 3-part series. Part 2 will air next week. The CME Collective can be found at the l…
 
In this presentation, Dr. Dave Gaieski of Jefferson Health will discuss the pathophysiologic rationale for using physiology-guided CPR instead of protocol-based CPR. He will discuss animal data, human data, implications for the pre-hospital setting, the Emergency Department, and the cardiac catheterization laboratory. #CAMPECHO COMING SOON! As disc…
 
Todays Rotor Wash episode is from our ECHONooga Rewind content. Erlanger Life Force base manager and flight nurse Tim Perry talks about employee motivation from a leader's point of view. He will challenge you to look at the importance of hiring the right motivated, skilled employees to include work ethics and people skills that positively affect yo…
 
Talk Presenters: Ruth Myles, CFRN, EMT from Dartmouth-Hitchcock (DHART) Joel G. Coelho, NRP, FP-C, TP-C from Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center EMS Coordinator and US Army Flight Paramedic A “dual-rotor” presentation on the pro’s and con’s of tactical emergency medicine in the hot zone at an active shooter or MCI event. We will look at lessons lear…
 
Today's episode comes from our 2018 Annual Conference ECHONooga and features 2 talks. Talk 1: Flight Paramedic Joey Loehner presents his talk entitled: Hyperthermia, Excited Delirium, and Dantrolene - A Rave New Treatment Joey will provide a brief overview of common party/rave drugs, the effect they have on users, and types of patients we treat at …
 
During this episode, we go back to ECHONooga where Rachel Tester, an expert in IFR infrastructure and John Fetzer, an experienced IFR pilot, were interviewed in regards to the new pilot track that was offered at the conference. We discussed some information in regards to ECHO and public safety aviation pilots and how we want to continue offering su…
 
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