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Hello PEC Podcast Listeners

First, we'd like to send the city of Houston and its citizens our most heartfelt condolences and wish all of you a safe and quick recovery.  We support all of you!  

Second, we'd like to thank our EMS, First Responders, and the many disaster teams for aiding in the Response and Recovery of our beloved city and tough citizens of Houston.  Be safe all of you and thank you from the bottom of all our hearts!

Third, we'd like to announce our very special PEC Podcast Journal club on September 12, 2017 at 3 PM CST, where we will have a live video interview with Dr. Mark Faul and his manuscript: 

Multiple Naloxone Administrations Among Emergency Medical Service Providers is Increasing

There will be guests as well including Dr. Brent Myers and Dr. Ritu Sahni along with the PEC Podcast crew.  

So stay tuned and we'll provide you with how to watch and ask questions LIVE on September 12, 2017 at 3 PM CST.  

 

While many of our colleagues and PEC podcast listeners are helping out in Houston, we have our brand new episode of the PEC podcast for all of you.  We hope you'll enjoy this episode and thanks for listening. 

Right click here to download today!

In this episode, we highlight the following articles with interviews!

An Analysis of EMS and ED Detection of Stroke

Dr. Ian Medoro

Prospective Prehospital Evaluation of the Cincinnati Stroke Triage Assessment Tool

Dr. Jason McMullan

qSOFA Has Poor Sensitivity for Prehospital Identification of Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock

Dr. Maia Dorsett

We also have exciting discussions about the following articles: 

Occupational Injuries and Exposures among Emergency Medical Services Workers

Effectiveness of Prehospital Epinephrine Administration in Improving Long-term Outcomes of Witnessed Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest Patients with Initial Non-shockable Rhythms

Basic Life Support Access to Injectable Epinephrine across the United States

Effect of the 2011 Revisions to the Field Triage Guidelines on Under- and Over-Triage Rates for Pediatric Trauma Patients

Does Prehospital Time Influence Clinical Outcomes in Severe Trauma Patients?: A Cross Sectional Study

Association between EMS Question Bank Completion and Passing Rates on the EMS Certification Examination

Modeling to Optimize Hospital Evacuation Planning in EMS Systems

9-1-1 Triage of Non-Traumatic Chest Pain: Association with Hospital Diagnosis

Don't forget to check out NAEMSP's blog, at http://www.naemsp-blog/com covering everything from Evidence based PREHOSPITAL medicine, words of advice from our godfathers and godmothers of EMS, and comments about controversial EMS topics from providers and leaders like you!

Check out our most recent posts covering:

Are Emergency Physicians The EMS Experts That Many Think They Are?

Book Club Sessions: Evicted, Poverty And Profit In the American City

We hope you enjoy this podcast episode, thank you all for listening, and stay tuned for our Special September Podcast Journal club with Dr. Mark Faul on September 12, 2017 at 3 PM CST!

Hawnwan Philip Moy MD
Scott Goldberg MD, MPH

Jeremiah Escajeda MD, MPH

Joelle Donofrio DO

 

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