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Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast

Happy New Years From the Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast Team and NAEMSP!

We hope that your new year and new resolutions are in full swing...but more importantly, you're getting ready for the National Association of EMS Physicians Annual Conference in New Orleans next week!

To get you ready for this awesome conference, we have a special podcast for you where we highlight and interview speakers of some of the sessions.  With a conversation lead by the current NAEMSP president, Dr. Brice, we hope you enjoy this preview of the conference to come!

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Dr. Terry Fairbanks

Safety: Can EMS Learn from Aviation and Safety Engineering? [2:29]

 

James Green

Ambulance Safety Engineering [5:51]

 

Col. Chetan Kharod MD

EMS Resiliency: Humans are More Important than Hardware [10:07]

 

Peter Talliac MD & Matthew Sholl MD

Implementing Evidence-Based Protocols

[14:25]

 

 

 

Ritu Sahni MD

EMS Advocacy Making a Difference: DEA, Stop the Bleed & #EMSStrong[18:46]

 

 

Matthew Hansen MD & Garth Melker MD

Improving Pediatric Patient Safety, Lessons Learned from Children's Safety Initiative EMS and Future Directions[23:40]

 

      

 

Angela Cunningham BSN, RN, CCRN-K, C-NPT

EMS Tips & Tools for Children with Complex Medical Needs

[29:19]

  

 

Ann Marie Farina NR-P (Pictured on left)

EMS Provider Wellness - Suicide

[32:30]

 

Stay Tuned for the next episode and we look forward to seeing everyone at the NAEMSP Conference next week in New Orleans!

Hawnwan Moy MD

Scott Goldberg MD

Jeremiah Escajeda MD

Joelle Donofrio DO

 

 

 

 

Direct download: PEC_Podcast_episode_XXI.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:18am CDT

 

Happy Holidays from the Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast team and NAEMSP!

It's that wonderful time of year to eat yummy food, spend time with your family, and share exciting stories about what to expect for the New Year!

 

Well, as part of our PEC & NAEMSP family, we'd like to extend to you our stories for the new year. As part of our annual holiday special, we've had an exciting conversation with the current NAEMSP President about the NAEMSP Preconference workshops for you to attend!  If you've ever wondered what these precons are all about...Check out this episode!

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Medical Directors Preconference Course

Beth Adams MA, RN, NR-P [3:30]

CONTOMS Medical Directors Preconference Course-Dr. Jason Liu, Dr. Dennis Fitzgerald (not pictured), Capt. Philip Beck [8:39]


Teleflex Cadaver Preconference Lab-Dr. Jacob Keeperman [15:20]

For all you dedicated research gurus out there who love all things new in research...DON'T WORRY!  We will return to our regularly scheduled program and interview the latest and greatest that Prehospital Emergency Care has to offer AFTER January 2017!  Thanks for your patience!

Happy Holidays!

Stay tuned for our next episode. Thanks for listening! 

Hawnwan Moy MD

Scott Goldberg MD

Jeremiah Escajeda MD

Joelle Donofrio DO 

 

 
Direct download: PEC_Xmas_2016_Podcast.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am CDT

Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast

 

Hello podcast listeners and HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

In the spirit of ghosts, ghouls and zombies, we present to you a very special small batch episode of the PEC Podcast.  In this episode we sit down with former NAEMSP Presidents at the Dead President's Society Dinner (Get it?!?) to discuss a unique historical narrative about NAEMSP's past, present, and hopes for the future.   

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Dead President's interviewed in this podcast are:

Dr. Paul Pepe, Dead President: 1987-1989

 

Dr. Raymond Fowler, Dead President: 1992-1993

Dr. Robert Swor, Dead President: 1996-1997

Dr. Jon R. Krohmer, Dead President: 1998-2000

Dr. Richard C. Hunt, Dead President: 2001-2002

Dr. Robert Bass, Dead President: 2003-2004

Dr. Ted Delbridge, Dead President: 2009-2010

Dr. Ron Pirrallo, Dead President: 2011-2012

Dr. Ritu Sahni, Dead President: 2013-2014.

 

We hope you enjoy this awesome Halloween special and please remember to rank us on iTunes or your podcast app.  Happy Halloween everyone and remember to be safe!

 

Stay tuned for our next

episode coming out next month.  Thanks for listening! 

Trick or Treat everyone!

Hawnwan Moy MD
Scott Goldberg MD

Jeremiah Escajeda MD

Joelle Donofrio DO 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Direct download: Dead_Presidents_Podcast_-_102716_9.52_PM.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am CDT

Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast

 

The weather is getting cooler,

the leaves are changing...and yes...

Fall is here!

 

To celebrate we have an awesome episode for you!  

The PEC Podcast gang have an engaging conversation

from NAEMSP's Guidance document of TXA to utilization

of airway tools like King LT airway to how to resuscitate

a cardiac arrest patient wearing football pads.  

 

Right click here to download now!

 

Highlights from this episode include: 

1) An engaging interview with Dr. Michael Levine and

his manuscript,"Assessing the Risk of Prehospital

Administration of Naloxone with Subsequent Refusal of Care" 

With commentary by Dr. Michael Dailey and Dr. Scott Weiner

on the growing Narcotic epidemic in America. 

   

This manuscript will also be the FIRST manuscript reviewed

by the NAEMSP Twitter Journal Club on Sept. 30th from 3-4pm EST.  

Please go to http://twubs.com/NAEMSPJC to participate with

the hashtag NAEMSPJC.  

2) An in depth interview with Dr. Dezman and his team

on their manuscript "Computer Modeling using Prehospital

Vitals Predicts Transfusion and Mortality."   

We hope you enjoyed this amazing small batch

episode of PEC podcast.  Please like us and leave a comment

on itunes or your podcasting app today!

Stay tuned for our next

episode coming out next month.  Thanks for listening! 

The PEC Podcast Team,

Hawnwan Moy MD
Scott Goldberg MD

Jeremiah Escajeda MD

Joelle Donofrio DO

 

 

 

Direct download: PEC_Podcast_Ep_XIX.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am CDT

Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast

Happy August from the PEC Podcast team!  We hope everyone

is enjoying the dog days of long summer days with hints of autumn 

creeping around the corner!

This month's small batch episode features a conversation about 

Double Sequential Defibrillation (DSD)!  

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We delve into conversations with several authors of PEC manuscripts

pertaining to their research on DSD!  The manuscripts and interviewee's

featured in this month's podcast are:

 

1) Double Sequential Defibrillation for Refractory Ventricular

Fibrillation: A Case Report

Dr. Auroral Lybeck & Dr. David Tan

 

         

 

2) Double Sequential External Defibrillation in Out-of-Hospital

Refractory Ventricular Fibrillation: A Report of Ten Cases

Dr. Jose G. Cabanas & Dr. Jefferson G. Williams

         

 

3) A Case Series of Double Sequential Defibrillation

Dr. Faizan H. Arshad, 

(He's also a fellow podcaster.  Check out his podcast @

http://emsnation.libsyn.com/ )

 

 

We hope you enjoyed this amazing small batch

episode of PEC podcast.  Stay tuned for our next

episode coming out next month.  Thanks for listening! 

The PEC Podcast Team,

Hawnwan Moy MD
Scott Goldberg MD

Jeremiah Escajeda MD

Joelle Donofrio DO

  

Direct download: PEC_Podcast_Ep_XVIII.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00pm CDT

Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast

Happy July everyone!  We hope you're enjoying

the dog days and summer and staying cool during

this hot and humid season!  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The photo above was courtesy of Dr. Paul Rostykus,

our very own firework show extraordinaire.  

Well whatever you're doing, we hope you'll enjoy this

fantastic podcast that we have prepared for you. 

 

Right click here to download.

 

Highlights from this episode include:

 

1) A phenomenal interview with Dr. Thomas Blackwell

about his manuscript and revolutionary program titled [7:04]

Emergency Medical Technician Training for

Medical Students: a Two-Year Experience

2) A conversation with Dr. Paul Rostykus about his

firework talents and his research manuscript [27:10]

Variability in the treatment of prehospital

hypoglycemia: a structured review of EMS protocols

in the United States

3) And finally, Dr. David Tan speak about his

experience with Double Sequential Defibrillation

from his article [39:38]

Double Sequential Defibrillation for Refractory

Ventricular Fibrillation a Case Report

 

We hope you enjoyed this amazing small batch

episode of PEC podcast.  Stay tuned for our next

episode coming out next month.  Thanks for listening! 

The PEC Podcast Team,

Hawnwan Moy MD
Scott Goldberg MD

Jeremiah Escajeda MD

Joelle Donofrio DO

Direct download: PEC_Podcast_Episode_XVII.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:11pm CDT

PEC Podcast Episode XVI

Hi listeners!

First and foremost, our hearts and tears goes out to the families and victims of the Orlando attacks.  Second, we would like to recognize Orlando Police, Fire, EMS, Physicians, and Nurses for their service on that fateful day.  Thank you for all that you do.  

 

Thanks for tuning into our small batch episode where we conclude Dr. Lars Wik's amazing story. 

Right click here to download!

 


We hope you enjoy this Amazing story and the pictures of this case below. 

 

 fig 1.  The patient was found 4 feet above the ground. 

 

 fig 2.  Rescuers could not simply pull her out as the garage door had pinned her in.  

Fig. 3  Here are the marks left over for the ingenious method of using a car jack to open the garage door slightly and remove the patient. 

Fig. 4 The space where the patient's body was entrapped with the dents from the car jack. 

Fig 5  The space between the garage door and the wall is no wider than a man's fist.  

We hope you enjoyed this amazing small batch episode of PEC podcast.  Stay tuned for our next episode coming out on July 22.  Thanks for listening! 

The PEC Podcast Team,

Hawnwan Moy MD
Scott Goldberg MD

Jeremiah Escajeda MD

Joelle Donofrio DO

Direct download: PEC_Podcast_Ep_XVI_.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:04am CDT

Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast

Hi everyone!  Hope your May is going well

and you're geared up for EMS week!  

Thank you to all our EMS providers for all you do!

In this episode we cover more articles and

interview more authors from the 2016 May/June

Prehospital Emergency Care Journal. 

Right click here to download episode XV

Guests include:

1) Beech Burns MD [9:54]

Lead author for the manuscript: 

Unnecessary Use of Red Lights and Sirens

in Pediatric Transport

2) John Gallagher MD & John Lyng MD [9:54]

as special guests and cohosts of NAEMSP's

Mythbusters lecture series

 

3) Ran Wei PhD [19:01]

Author for the manuscript:

Locating AED Enabled Medical Drones to

Enhance Cardiac Arrest Response Times

4) James Dunford MD & Chief Norman Seals

Assistant Chief over EMS,

City of Dallas Fire-Rescue[25:47]

as a special guest commentator

on the ALPS study

  

5) Lars Wik MD, PhD [30:59]

Author of the manuscript

Pediatric Cardiac Arrest Due to Trauma

And some pictures to go along with Dr. Wik's

case study:

 

     

 

 

  

 

We hope you enjoy this episode!  Feel free to

contact us anytime at pecpodcast@gmail.com

with any thoughts or comments!

Cheers,

Hawnwan Moy MD (@pecpodcast),

Scott Goldberg MD (@EMS_Boston),

Jeremiah Escajeda MD (@Jerescajeda),

Joelle Donofrio DO (@PEMEMS)

Direct download: PEC_Podcast_ep_XV_.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:23am CDT

Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast

Happy Spring Everyone and welcome to our all new PEC Podcast. 


As spring is the time for change, we too have changed the

format to bring you more stories and more interviews

for your listening pleasure.  

 

Right click here to download.

 

We highlight three main authors for this months PEC journal

 

1) Dr. Leigh Anne Diggs lead author of:

Epidemiology of Pediatric Prehospital Basic Life Support

Care in the United States

2) Dr. Christian Martin Gill lead author of:

3) Dr. Stephen Sumner lead author of:

Use of Naloxone by Emergency Medical

Services during Opioid Drug Overdose Resuscitation

Efforts

 

As well as many more!  

 

Let us know your thoughts on this new format as we are 

always open for feedback.  You can email us at

pecpodcast@gmail.com or you can tweet any of us at our handles

@pecpodcast (Moy), @PEMEMS (Donofrio),

@Jerescajeda (Escajeda), @EMS_Boston (Goldberg). 

Stay tuned for the next episode on May 15th!

Sincerely, 

The PEC Podcast team

Direct download: PEC_Podcast_Ep._XIV.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:54pm CDT

NAEMSP Conference Day 3 Recap

Hello!

Right Click Here to Download. 

This is it...THE LAST DAY OF NAEMSP CONFERENCE 2016!!!  It was an ambitious project taken by the PEC Podcast team, but... 

 

Special awesome thanks to the PEC Podcast team:

Dr. Scott Goldberg, Dr. Jeremiah Escajeda, and Dr. Joelle Donofrio.  

Without their help, this special NAEMSP Conference podcast could

not have been completed.  Thank you so very much from the

bottom of the PEC podcast's heart.  

Also check out this SICK WEBSITE (Dr. Escajeda's words :P)

about the conference summary:

http://flirtingwithadrenaline.blogspot.com/ 

 

We hope you enjoy the NAEMSP Day 3 Recap podcast. 

Thank you for listening and as always stay safe everyone!

Phil Moy MD, Scott Goldberg MD, Jeremiah Escajeda MD, Joelle Donofrio DO.

P.S.  If you want to get in touch with us contact us on twitter

@pecpodcast or email us at pecpodcast@gmail.com.  

Direct download: NAEMSP_day_3_.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:14am CDT