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Heavy Lies the Helmet, LLC is an education company comprised of industry leaders still actively working in the fields of pre-hospital critical care and search and rescue. Through an IA MED partnership, we are an accredited podcast and blog that openly discusses the world of resuscitation and aviation. We highlight caring for critically ill and injured patients in addition to the controversies surrounding their management. Though tailored to the transport environment, our information is appli ...
 
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A Qualitative Exploration of Staff Perceptions of Safety and Missed Care in Adult Intensive Care (ICU)- Clare Leon-Villapalos Impact of ACCP-Led Rib Fracture Analgesia Service- Nigel Manning Core-Peripheral Temperature Difference Assessed by Thermal Imaging and Its Association with Illness Severity in Sepsis- Matt Charlton SCARF: Supporting Communi…
 
"JICS Case Discussion: Ventricular Assist Devices https://doi.org/10.1177%2F1751143720930583 Getting your left and right mixed up with ventricular assist devices? In this episode I speak to Dr Jennifer Gwynn and Dr Carla Richardson about heart failure and ventricular assist devices. Heart failure presentation Ventricular Assist Devices Indications …
 
Chris Stevenson is back for a third go-round, so I think that makes him a regular guest on the show. This time, he came at us with a non-clinical topic that peeked our interest... Likely over the years, we find ourselves giving or receiving advice related to flight medicine. As our years of experience have accumulated, so has the length of our rule…
 
Back from the Brink: Diggs’ Story Damon Beard, Susie Calvert & Steve Mathieu Early Mobilisation- Where Are We Now?- Eve Corner Occupational Hazards: OT in Critical Care- James Bruce Visualising Patient Recovery- Kate Tantam Panel Conversation and Questions Damon Beard, Susie Calvert, Steve Mathieu, Eve Corner, James Bruce, & Kate Tantam…
 
This webinar addresses the speaker's experiences of ECMO during COVID-19 and consists of presentations and a panel discussion with questions from the audience. Moderator: Charlotte Johnston Final Year Medical Student Cardiothoracic ICU/ECMO Nurse Speakers: Jo-anne Fowles Nurse Consultant Critical Care & ECMO Royal Papworth NHS Foundation Trust Pres…
 
The word “debrief” is throughout our language in healthcare settings, yet it is considered controversial and potentially unsafe if in the wrong hand. However we know in the providing the critical care that our ICU workforce needs, the chance to make sense of experience and share stories is important. This webinar explores the different methodologie…
 
Due to 'The Big C', ECHO Yacht Club was cancelled... but life goes on, and so does our podcast. We decided to turn lemons into lemonade and have our friend and emergency medicine powerhouse Dr. Sal Rezaie join us for a discussion based on what-would-have-been our Yacht Club presentation. Everyone carries a card that says they know how to manage tac…
 
After experiencing the most intense period of work, our critical care nurse workforce need us to consider their needs carefully right now. In this webinar we explore individual, team and systems factors at play, and discuss how to sustain and protect our nursing workforce for the future. Presentation: Dr Julie Highfield, Consultant Clinical Psychol…
 
Corticosteroid Response and Gene Expression in Septic Shock (CRESS) Trial- David Antcliffe Spironolactone for Survivors of Critical Illness (SSCILL)- Mansoor Bangash Small Volume Resuscitation and Supplementation with Hyperoncotic Albumin in Septic Shock (SWIPE-2)- Jonathan Bannard-Smith The Use of Mucoactive Drugs for Critically Ill Patients with …
 
Ruth Endacott, Kate Tantam, Natalie Pattison, Liz Staveacre & Jo-Anne Fowles Presenting four bitesize topics exploring and debating the ‘Power of Nurses’, in contributing to the achievement of ICS values and strategic priorities: 1) Increasing the influence of nurses in critical care 2) Wake up to networking in your region! 3) Be inspired by the #re…
 
Whether it's in regard to scope of practice, clinical judgment, or professional communication, transport is a very dynamic environment. We had the privilege of welcoming the infamous Dr. Cliff Reid to the show to discuss his and Sydney HEMS' approach to all of these areas. Tune in and learn how to be a high level transport provider from one of the …
 
After experiencing the most intense period of work, our critical care nurse workforce need us to consider their needs carefully right now. In this webinar we explore individual, team and systems factors at play, and discuss how to sustain and protect our nursing workforce for the future. Presentation: Dr Julie Highfield, Consultant Clinical Psychol…
 
This could quite possibly be one of our most important podcast episodes to date featuring one of the most interesting persons in our industry. What is the opposite of complacency? And how do you know if you are? In this podcast episode, we are joined by Randy Mains, pilot and safety expert, to discuss all things Crew Resource Management (CRM) and t…
 
This could quite possibly be one of our most important podcast episodes to date featuring one of the most interesting persons in our industry. What is complacency? And how do you know if you are? In this podcast episode, we are joined by Randy Mains, pilot and safety expert, to discuss all things Crew Resource Management (CRM) and the human factors…
 
High flow nasal cannula is an increasingly popular modality for Acute Respiratory Distress and Failure. Previously, we saw it used mostly in the pediatric population. But as time has went on, especially with the COVID-19 outbreak, this has become an effective means of O2 delivery in all patient groups. With its increased frequency of use, it is onl…
 
Every Critical Care Dietitian dreams of delivering nutritional perfection. It was Charlie Bucket’s dream to find the golden ticket. What if Wonka did critical care nutrition? Join us in taking a light hearted look at nutrition in Alice’s Wonderland, and from the Wonka Chocolate Factory. You never know, we may unearth the future of critical care nut…
 
How do you calculate your drug dosages? What do you base it on? In this podcast episode, we are joined by Lynn Lamkin, EM pharmacist, to discuss weight based versus non-weight based drug dosages. We also breakdown when true body weight (TBW), ideal body weight (IBW), lean body weight (LBW) or adjusted body weight (ABW) is a more appropriate option.…
 
You asked. We answered. In a follow-up to our burn resuscitation podcast episode, we are joined by Chris Stevenson and his burn center Medical Director, Dr. Mike Feldman, to discuss inhalation injuries. Tune in as we discuss the mechanism surrounding inhalation injuries and how to treat them affectively based on anatomical location and poison type.…
 
Who to Admit - Differentiating AoCLF from Advanced Cirrhosis- Tony Whitehouse Liver Failure - Survival Depends on What You’ve Got and Where You Get It!- Julia Wendon The Place of Albumin in the Management of Critically Ill Liver Patients- Alastair O’Brien 10 Top Tips for AoCLF, Conversation and Questions Tony Whitehouse, Julia Wendon & Alastair O’Br…
 
Making Ultrasound Resonate: Lessons from Down Under -Sharon Kay Scanning the Horizon: The Future of Intensive Care US Training-Ashley Miller Moving Beyond the Individual: Departmental Accreditation-Tom Ingram Lieutenant or Admiral of the Ultrasound Waves: Does it matter? YES- Tom Clark Lieutenant or Admiral of the Ultrasound Waves: Does it matter? …
 
Confronting Ebola- Rob Fowler Challenges of providing emergency and trauma surgery in the humanitarian context-Johan Von Schreeb Carers in The Firing Line: Researching the Impact of Attacks on Healthcare-Larissa Fast The WHO International Emergency Medical Teams Initiative: the UK contribution-Tony Redmond Panel Conversation and Questions Rob Fowle…
 
Titrating intravenous drips is a source of contention for many providers. This is, in part, due to a wide range of approaches depending on the patient's condition. Further attribution is based on each individual's comfort level and respective professional background (e.g. ICU versus EMS). But what does the literature say regarding this topic? In th…
 
With the rising number of COVID-19 patients, many of our listeners have requested additional information regarding transporting patients in the prone position. Despite refractory hypoxemia, many of these patients are benefiting from the prone position. Based on Episode 17 of the podcast, we updated our information in presentation-form. The followin…
 
This is a conversation between Dr Zudin Puthucheary, Senior Lecturer and Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine, Dr Jim Buckley, Consultant in Intensive Care medicine, and Dr Brijesh Patel, Clinical Senior Lecturer and Consultant in Cardiothoracic Intensive Care. Some of the learning from the early stages of this virus and how it is impacting our pa…
 
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