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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.
 
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.
 
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
 
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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As you prepare to wander amongst the falling red and orange leaves, put on your headphones and have the pec podcast team keep you company with the latest Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast! In episode 85, the PEC podcast team covers predictive hypotensive scoring systems, disaster triage tools, and other manuscripts within the Prehospital Emergency…
 
Over the course of 30+ episodes, we'll be discussing fundamental surgical disease processes & conditions that may prove challenging to even the most seasoned acute care surgeon. Along the way, we'll be joined on Rounds by an incredible group of guest professors who will share their experiences, expertise, and results of recent research investigatio…
 
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…
 
Dr. Lizzie Hibberd interviews Dr. Zachary Winkelmann about the role of telemedicine in athletic training during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Winkelmann also discusses his recent publication in the Journal of Athletic Training titled Telemedicine Experiences of Athletic Trainers and Orthopaedic Physicians for Patients With Musculoskeletal Co…
 
Have you ever wondered how you would crash someone onto VV ECMO? Have you ever wondered where is the best place to put the cannulas? Have stayed up late at night wondering which patients in your department could benefit from VV rather than VA ECMO? Then this is the episode for you!! After a few recent cases of crash VV ECMO in our hospital, we have…
 
Happy September! The PEC podcast team begins September with a review of the PEC Journal Volume 24 Number 3. In this podcast, we cover stroke systems of care, falls scoring systems, and much more! Download and check it out today! Click here to download now! As always THANK YOU for listening! Hawnwan Philip Moy MD (@pecpodcast) Scott Goldberg MD, MPH…
 
Dr. Kara Radzak interviews Dr. Cynthia Wright and Dr. Barbara Brandon about Closed-Reduction Techniques for Glenohumeral-, Patellofemoral-, and Interphalangeal-Joint Dislocations. Article Link: https://bit.ly/2CTEYjI Dr. Cynthia Wright is the Athletic Training Program Director and an associate professor of health sciences at Whitworth University. S…
 
PEC Podcast Smallbatch! For this episode, the PEC podcast team delves into difficult, but a much-needed conversation that our nation is having today. Diversity and implicit bias. We start with an interview with return guest Remle Crowe Ph.D. @rpcrowe and her manuscript Females and Minority Racial/Ethnic Groups Remain Underrepresented in Emergency M…
 
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 …
 
Dr. Megan Brenner joins us on Rounds to discuss the evolving role of Resuscitative Endovascular Balloon Occlusion of the Aorta (REBOA) in the management of trauma & acute care surgery patients with non-compressible torso hemorrhage. Advances in technology, evolving indications, and controversies regarding the appropriate and safe deployment of REBO…
 
Dr. Clay Burlew from Denver Health joins us Rounds to discuss the management of trauma patients with hemodynamically unstable pelvic ring fractures. Topics covered during this episode include utility and technique of preperitoneal packing (PPP), evolution of the institutional multidisciplinary pathway for the management of unstable pelvic fractures…
 
Knife. Finger. Tube. Sounds simple enough. And you read correctly....a bougie is both unnecessary and superfluous! In this episode I share you some tricks of the trade for performing a cric successfully, together with post-surgical airway considerations including hemorrhage control and the decision to convert to a formal tracheostomy.…
 
Dr. Hibberd interviews an interdisciplinary team of research and clinicians who are working to characterize the effects of COVID-19 on delivery of athletic training healthcare services in the collegiate athletics environment as well as athletic trainers' perceptions of current safety protocols. This impressive research team includes: Tom Abdenour (…
 
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…
 
Dr. Donovan summarizes an article by Dr. Leif Madsen and colleagues titled "Using Normative Data and Unilateral Hopping Tests to Reduce Ambiguity in Return-to-Play Decisions." Dr. Leif Madsen is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Indiana University Bloomington. Article Link: https://bit.ly/3hDy6GlBy The Journal of Athletic Training
 
Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast Episode 82 Small-batch Our newest host, Dr. Maia Dorsett, takes a deep dive in the Prehospital Emergency Care Manuscript: Homeless Shelter Users and Their Experiences as EMS Patients: A Qualitative Study with the authors William Leggio EdD NRP Clinical Operations Officer Austin/Travis County EMS Michael Miller EdD…
 
In this episode we discuss endpoints of resuscitation with a focus on the pros and cons of both passive and dynamic hemodynamic measurements including arterial pressure waveform analysis, ultrasonography, and passive leg raising. Please visit www.traumaicurounds.com and check out the Vidcast for this episode.…
 
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…
 
Dr. Donovan summarizes a recent article by Dr. Julie Burland and colleagues titled "What Are Our Patients Really Telling Us? Psychological Constructs Associated With Patient-Reported Outcomes After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction." Dr. Burland is currently a post-doctoral research fellow at the Spaulding National Running Center at Harvard…
 
Dr. Eric Simms joins us on Rounds to share with us his foolproof and fun way of remembering the dreaded coagulation cascade. Supplementing this podcast is a vidcast (https://www.traumaicurounds.ca/vidcasts) that provides us with a helpful visual explanation for understanding the key factors, steps, and intricacies of the coagulation cascade.…
 
Dr Paul Peake & Dr Tony Harrington ( on winch harness) Hi folks! . In this episode I have a good chat to Dr Tony Harrington, a retired emergency physician, on the 1980s era in Queensland and evolution of retrieval medicine & emergency medicine. Show notes: Dr Tony Harrington MBBS, FRACGP, DA,RCS (Eng) FACEM, OAM (Retired) It is interesting to refle…
 
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…
 
Dr. Eric Ley from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center joins us on Rounds to discuss the recently published Western Trauma Association's Critical Decisions Algorithm for reducing VTE in trauma patients. Early risk stratification, timing and initial dose of LMWH, weight-based dosing, and surveillance screening are just a few of the key topics we discuss on t…
 
Dr. Martin Schreiber, Division Head of Trauma, Critical Care, and Acute Care Surgery at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) joins us on Rounds to discuss the results of his recently accepted prospective RCT of prehospital TXA use in adult patients with traumatic brain injury. In addition, we discuss the rise of hemostatic adjuncts, balanced…
 
Dr Marcus Kennedy, author of The Cut Hi folks! . In this episode I have a good chat to Dr Marcus Kennedy about his new fictional book The Cut and his career in retrieval medicine in Australia. Show notes: Click here to go to author website and read more about The Cut! Click here to read more about Oxford Specialist handbook of Retrieval Medicine Po…
 
PEC Podcast Episode 81 To help pass the time in the hot humid dog days of summer, check out our latest PEC podcast where we talk about the exciting manuscripts in the Prehospital Journal Volume 24 No. 2! We've also had some changes in personnel. Our very own Dr. Donofrio-Odmann has taken a sabbatical as she is a new mother! But fear not! We have tw…
 
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.…
 
Dr. Kara Radzak interviews Dr. Brianna Mills, Ron Courson, Dr. James Ellis, and Dr. Stanley Herring about their recent papers titled "Consensus Recommendations on the Prehospital Care of the Injured Athlete With a Suspected Catastrophic Cervical Spine Injury" and "Best Practices and Current Care Concepts in Prehospital Care of the Spine-Injured Ath…
 
Determining whether or not your intubated and ventilated patient requires ongoing ventilatory support should not be overly complicated. In this episode we review the approach to determining if our mechanically ventilated patients can be safely extubated. In addition to discussing readiness for spontaneous breathing trial (SBT) criteria, we also dis…
 
Which of your patients are at risk for developing intraabdominal hypertension (IAH) and the abdominal compartment syndrome (ACS)? In this episode, we review the classification, pathophysiology, and widespread systemic effects of this potentially fatal and, often times preventable, surgical disease process. We also discuss key diagnostic and therape…
 
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.…
 
Dr. Donovan summarizes the recent article by Dr. Jaclyn Caccese and colleagues titled "Clinical Reaction-Time Performance Factors in Healthy Collegiate Athletes." Dr. Jaclyn Caccese is an assistant professor at The Ohio State University College of Medicine. She has extensive experience in evaluating head impact biomechanics in sport and using virtu…
 
Dr. Sam Tisherman from the Shock Trauma Center joins us on Rounds to discuss his ongoing, cutting-edge research in EPR-CAT. Colloquially known as "suspended animation", EPR-CAT may provide trauma & acute care practitioners with the desperately needed time that's required to repair lethal exsanguinating injuries through the induction of profound hyp…
 
Dr. Paula Ferrada joins us on Rounds this week to discuss several topics ranging from a circulation first approach in hemodynamically unstable trauma patients to the importance of inclusion, diversity, and equity in surgery & medicine. Clinical pearls, invaluable insight, and career advice for learners at different stages of their careers round out…
 
We are in this together PEC Podcast Episode 80 "When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, 'Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.' ~Mister Rogers During these difficult times, we must remember to support and lean on each other. While the stories from medics, nurses, and physici…
 
Dr. Donovan summarizes the recent article by Dr. Gary Wilkerson and colleagues titled "Concussion History and Neuromechanical Responsiveness Asymmetry." Dr. Gary Wilkerson, Professor of Graduate Athletic Training, was inducted to the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Hall of Fame in 2016. Wilkerson’s research is primarily in lower extr…
 
Dr Ilikini Naitini ED reg (grey scrubs) Dr Jemesa Matalau(ICU reg front left) Senior ED Nurse Emi Raceva en route to Rotuma for 2 trauma patients in commercial aircraft Hi folks! Dr Anne Creaton talks to Dr Ilikini Naitini on the development of retrieval medicine in Fiji . Show notes: Podcast ( available here and on iTunes) https://media.blubrry.co…
 
Time is tissue. Early recognition of shock with immediate institution of lifesaving therapies are critical to successful patient outcomes. Establishment of functional IV access together with augmentation of cardiac output through increased preload and appropriate use of vasoactive agents are key aspects in the initial management of sick patients.…
 
This month we tackle a number of topics. Garrett Sterling is back again with Zack to talk about cutting edge resuscitation, ECMO, and the interplay between the two. Dual sequential defibrillation, CT after ECMO initiation, should you perform bystander CPR in the era of Covid, some US ECMO data, and an awesome 3D modeling for ECPR training models. A…
 
Happy EMS Week!!! The PEC Podcast team is proud to celebrate EMS week with you! In honor of your commitment to your community and dedication to your craft, we celebrate your hard work with a very special story that exemplifies Emergency Medical Services. The mini-Dunkirk event of Jamaica Queens Hospital patients was an amazing rescue effort compose…
 
To trach or not to trach? That is the question we're addressing in our first Rapid Rounds. One topic. Two to three questions. All in under 10 minutes. This week's rounds is informed by 2 recent articles in the trauma critical care literature published in Trauma Surgery Acute Care Open (TSACO) and the Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery (JTACS)…
 
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