This is the 1st of 3 lectures to be released that were given at the Indiana Emergency Response Conference (IERC). This talk focuses on Free Access Medical education (FOAM) and the use of social media and how it relates to the pre-hospital provider.
A little bit of a late release, but some great housekeeping info to end the year on!
Mike sits down with Dr. Dylan Lutyen, Dan O'Shaughnessey, and Tim Nowak to debate the future of OHCA.
Mike sits down with Daniel Crampton and Ann Rush of SC4I to talk about ways to decrease mental health stigmas and reach out to individuals with posttraumatic stress symptoms.
Mike talks about how to improve EMS reports and medical consults with the emergency department through standardized formats.
Mike sits down with Tim Nowak to talk about utilizing 15 & 18-Lead EKGs to investigate cardiac complaints.
Mike talks about the common pitfalls of syncope evaluation and delves primarily into the cardiac causes of syncope.
Mike sits down with Sydney to discuss common misconceptions of diabetic care in the EMS setting, as well as when it is appropriate to disconnect an insulin pump.
Mike talks about stroke posterior stroke recognition in patients with vertigo symptoms.
Brittany and Mike sit down with Capt. James Carroll of Broward County Florida (Fort Lauderdale area) and talk about his community outreach program attempting to reduce infant mortality by promoting safe-sleep practices.
The CPR crew sit down to talk with Dan and Seth about advanced airway choices in OHCA.
Stephen delves into some of the special considerations of the injured firefighter as well as what medics can do to be more proactive at fire standbys.
The CPR crew sits down with Jen and talks about common misconceptions about Autism and how to optimize assessment tools.
Mike and Brittany sit down with Jon to discuss his experiences with prehospital amputation.
Mike and Brittany give a brief overview of the types of dialysis and some special treatment considerations.
New series "Protecting Our Own" focuses on special considerations for EMS providers to consider while caring for injured members of public safety. Today's episode focuses on the injured police officer.
Mike delves into a review of obstructive shock, as well as some new ideas in the prehospital approach of PE management.
Mike and Jayson sit down and talk about a lot of the little know uses for waveform capnography.
Chris and the CPR crew reevaluate the current standard of prehospital pelvic trauma management.
Mike and Stephen talk a little about the A/P of epistaxis as well as some new ALS treatment modalities.
The grand finale of our interview with Mike Lauria.
This episode is all about how we can change the way we make decisions under duress.
We go back to the drawing board on initial and continuing education and procedure instruction.
The CPR guys have a chat with Mike Lauria about what's wrong with the current status of EMS education.