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Happy July Everyone!

 

While you get your last bit of relaxation before the beginning of the school year, we have a brand new episode for you to listen to while out on the beach, traveling the road, or just while enjoying this beautiful weather!

  

Right click here to download today!

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

Causes of Prehospital Misinterpretations of ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction

Dr. Nichole Bosson

Use of Intranasal Naloxone by Basic Life Support Providers

 

 

Dr. Scott G. Weiner

 

We also have exciting discussions about the following articles:

Rise and Shock: Optimal Defibrillator Placement in a High-rise Building

Influence of a 100-M Simulated In-Water Rescue on Cardiopulmonary Parameters

Comparison of Helicopter Emergency Medical Services Transport Types and Delays on Patient Outcomes at Two Level I Trauma Centers

EMS Providers' Beliefs Regarding Spinal Precautions for Pediatric Trauma Transport

Airway Management Proficiency Checklist for Assessing Paramedic Performance

Hot and Cold Drugs: National Park Service Medication Stability at the Extremes of Temperature

It's Time for EMS to Administer Ketamine Analgesia

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 like you!

 

Check out our most recent posts cover Sepsis Screeningsynthetic opioid overdose, and EMS handoffs! 

 

We hope you enjoy this podcast episode, thank you all for listening, and stay tuned for our August Episode!

Hawnwan Philip Moy MD

Scott Goldberg MD, MPH

Jeremiah Escajeda MD, MPH

Joelle Donofrio DO

 

 

 

 

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

Happy Summer Everyone!

To help you deal with the impending heat, we've got a fantastic podcast episode with our favorite Standards & Practice section of NAEMSP for your listening pleasure. 

Right click here to download now!

In this episode we will be discussing two position statements with (Click the title for a link to the position statements):

1. Physician Oversight of Pediatric Care in Emergency Medical Services

Dr. Toni Gross

2.  EMS Treatment of Special/Rare Conditions using Prescribed Medications not Routinely Carried by EMS

 

Dr. Craig Cooley

Along with our current and former chairs of Standards & Practice Committee...

 

Dr. John Gallagher (Current Chair)


Dr. John Lyng (Immediate past chair)

Please enjoy this podcast episode and stay tuned for our July Episode!

Hawnwan Philip Moy MD

Scott Goldberg MD, MPH

Jeremiah Escajeda MD, MPH

Joelle Donofrio DO

 

 

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

Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast 

Episode XXIII

Happy EMS Week to all our first responders, EMS providers, and EMS Physicians.  Thank you for all you do!

To celebrate, we have been working hard on a fantastic episode for you!  

We've reviewed some of the most thrilling and coolest manuscripts from the March/April Prehospital Emergency Care Journal.    

 

Right click here to download now!

 

We've also had some outstanding conversations with our cutting edge authors.

 

In this episode we interview:

 

Do Pediatric Teams Affect Outcomes of injured Children Requiring Inter-hospital Transport?

[9:48]

Julie Leonard MD, MPH

Prehospital Glucose Testing for Children with Seizures: A Proposed Change in Management

[18:18]

Marianne Gauche-Hill MD

 

Katherine Remick MD

 

 

 

NAEMSP Position Statement Team

[37:02] 

John Gallagher MD

 

 

John Lyng MD

 

Please enjoy this podcast episode and stay tuned for our small batch episode next month in June.  Happy EMS week everyone and be safe!

Hawnwan Philip Moy MD
Scott Goldberg MD, MPH

Jeremiah Escajeda MD, MPH

Joelle Donofrio DO

Direct download: May_2017.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00pm CDT

Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast

Episode XXII

Happy Saint Patrick's Day Everyone!

Do we have an episode for you!  We realize we've been doing specials for the past three months, but we now bring you back to your regularly scheduled program!

Click here to download now.

In this episode we will review TWO PEC Journals:

The November 2016 PEC Journal 

&

The January 2017 PEC Journal

 

As a result, we have a PLETHORA of interviews for you!

So without further delay here is the line up!

 

Police Officers Can Safely and Effectively Administer Intranasal Naloxone

[1:57]

Rian Fisher MD

 

Prehospital Medical Planning for the 2015 Philadelphia Papal Visit

[10:12]

Crawford Mechem MD

 

Recognition of Stroke by EMS is Associated with Improvement in Emergency Department Quality Measures

[19:02]

Michael E. Abboud MD

 

Quantitative Analysis of the Content of EMS Handoff of Critically Ill and Injured Patients to the Emergency Department 

[31:50]

Scott A. Goldberg MD, MPH

 

 

Continuous Quality Improvement Efforts Increase Survival with Favorable neurologic Outcome after out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest

[24:10]

Karl Sporer MD

 

 

Can EMS Providers Provide Appropriate Tidal Volumes in a Simulated Adult-sized Patient with a Pediatric-sized Bag-Valve-Mask?

[40:12]

  Jeffrey Siegler MD & Melissa Kroll MD

  

 

Please enjoy this interview-packed episode and stay tuned for our April PEC Podcast coming out next month!

Thank you so much for listening and be safe everyone!

Hawnwan Philip Moy MD

Scott Goldberg MD

Jeremiah Escajeda MD

Joelle Donofrio DO

 

Direct download: March_2017_podcast.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00pm CDT

 
 
  
 
It's finally here, day 3 and final day at the NAEMSP Conference 2017
 
 
 
In this episode, we review day 3 of the NAEMSP Conference.  We have a guest podcaster, Dr. Jeffrey Siegler (@DrTLDelt), and special guest editor, Dr. Jeremiah Escajeda (@jerescajeda)!  
 
We did it!  Another great year in the books and another great conference had by all.  Below are links to some of the topics covered in this podcast!
 
 
NAEMSP's Prehospital Guidelines Consortium
 
NASEMSO's Statewide Implementation of EBGs
https://nasemso.org/Projects/ImplementationOfEBG/index.asp
 
The Code Green Campaign 
http://codegreencampaign.org
 
Clinical Credentialing of Prehospital Providers Position Statement
 
Last of the Top Articles that Will Change Your Practice:
 
We hope you enjoyed the NAEMSP Conference highlights and we will NOW be returning to our regularly scheduled program of bringing you the latest and greatest of Prehospital Emergency Care research!!!
 
Thank you for listening and we'll talk to you soon!
Hawnwan Philip Moy MD
Scott Goldberg MD
Jeremiah Escajeda MD
Joelle Donofrio DO
 
Direct download: NAEMSP_2017_day_3.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:40am CDT

PEC Podcast NAEMSP Conference Special
Greetings from day 2 of NAEMSP in NOLA!
 
 
 

 
Day two of NAEMSP has ended and we had a chance to sit down and recap some of the highlights...in addition to having some lunch with Chewbacca!
  

Thanks for listening and we'll talk to you tomorrow for NAEMSP Recap Day 2!

Hawnwan Moy MD

Scott Goldberg MD

Jeremiah Escajeda MD

Joelle Donofrio DO

Direct download: NAEMSP_2017_Day_2.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:19am CDT

Greetings from day 1 of NAEMSP in NOLA!
 
 

 
Day one of NAEMSP is in the books, and we had a chance to sit down and recap some of the highlights. Special guest Kevin Sirmons (@ronindoc) joins the conversation.
 
For those interested, you can find the articles referenced in the first "EMS Articles You Don't Want to Miss" talk here:
 

Saeed A. AlQahtani, Perry J. Menzies, Blair L. Bigham, Michelle Welsford, Division of Emergency Medicine, McMaster University. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF QSOFA, SIRS AND EARLY WARNING SCORES CRITERIA TO IDENTIFY SEPSIS IN THE PREHOSPITAL SETTING.

Walchok JG, Pirrallo RG, Furmanek D, Lutz M, Shope C, Giles B, Gue G, Dix A. Paramedic-Initiated CMS Sepsis Core Measure Bundle Prior to Hospital Arrival: A Stepwise Approach. Prehosp Emerg Care. 2016 Dec 5:1-10. [Epub ahead of print]

 

Thanks for listening and we'll talk to you tomorrow for NAEMSP Recap Day 2!

Hawnwan Moy MD

Scott Goldberg MD

Jeremiah Escajeda MD

Joelle Donofrio DO

Direct download: NAEMSP_Day_1_final_.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:56am CDT

NAEMSP Conference 2017

Conference Day 0

 

 

Greetings from New Orleans NAEMSP Conference!  

Please enjoy this wonderful teaser of the transition period between the NAEMSP Pre-conference and NAEMSP Conference starring our guest host:

Paul Rostykus MD

 

Right click here to download now!

Enjoy our podcast and we'll see you tomorrow for our recap of NAEMSP 2017 Day 1!

Enjoy and be safe!

Hawnwan Moy MD

Scott Goldberg MD

Jeremiah Escajeda MD

Joelle Donofrio DO

 

Direct download: Day_0.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:24am CDT

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!

Click here to download now!

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

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