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Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast

Hawnwan Moy, Scott Goldberg, Jeremiah Escajeda, Joelle Donofrio-Odmann, Maia Dorsett, Leshmi Kumar

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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, Dr. Joelle Donofrio-Odmann, Dr. Maia Dorsett, Dr. Lekshmi Kumar.
 
This is the AMPED Air Methods Prehospital EDucation (AMPED) podcast brought to you by Air Methods, a leader in air medical transport, with the mission to deliver critical care discussion and content to both the prehospital and in hospital care providers through clinician interviews and expert clinical commentary.
 
The aim of this podcast is to discuss and debate prehospital and retrieval medicine--its current practice and controversies. In many ways the philosophy espoused will be that of prehospital critical care. Whereas EMCrit brings upstairs care, downstairs; I aim to bring it out of the hospital. Many prehospital providers are doing this already.
 
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Hello from the NAEMSP 2023 EMS Conference! The PEC Podcast team brings you our deep dive series where we cover NAEMSP's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion position statement titled: Essential Principles to Create an Equitable, Inclusive, and Diverse EMS Workforce and Work Environment: A Position Statement. In this episode we interview Rickquel Tripp,…
 
It's a different type of episode today on AMPED. We're joined by Ridley Barron, a Senior Pastor at Grove Hill Church in Chapel Hill, TN, and motivational speaker. He tells an incredible story about how his life was changed in a split second via car accident, shares the harrowing journey in the hospital that happened with his youngest son, and the a…
 
Happy New Years! In the LAST episode of 2022, the PEC Podcast team joins up with Dr. Maia Dorsett and Rob Lawrence of the EMS Educator Podcast To discuss the manuscript Effects of COVID-19 on EMS Refresher Course Completion and Delivery with the authors: Dr. Juan March, MD FAEMS FACEP, Chief of the Division of EMS, CAPCE Board of Directors Nicole C…
 
Pregnancy complications are always difficult to manage. Managing these complications in the air puts a whole new spin on the topic. In this episode the AMPED team discusses a case in which Air Methods crew members had to transfer a patient with an abrupted placenta AND an open abdomen. We discuss the similarities in how treating a patient with an a…
 
Happy Thanksgiving! As you slowly recover from stuffing yourself with turkey and getting ready for Christmas, check out this latest PEC podcast where we cover the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal Volume 26 Number 4. In this episode we cover manuscripts like: Comparison of Four Methods of Paramedic Continuing Education in the Management of Pediatr…
 
WARNING: This episode features discussion of depression and suicide. If you, or someone you know is suffering from depression or considering suicide, please seek professional help or call the National Suicide Hotline by dialing 988. Remember, you matter. A mantra of the Navy SEALS is, "Slow is smooth. Smooth is fast." It's a reminder to approach an…
 
PEC podcast Deep Dive Series! Happy Halloween PEC podcast listeners. While Halloween is all about fright, let's talk about the thing that scares a majority of prehospital clinicians, pediatrics. To be more specific, kids who are having seizures. To help assuage some of your fears the PEC podcast team (and guest interviewer) delve into the manuscrip…
 
In the movie Jurassic Park, Dr. Ian Malcolm (played by Jeff Goldblum) says this about the butterfly effect as it relates to chaos theory, "A butterfly can flap its wings in [Beijing], and in Central Park, you get rain instead of sunshine.” The metaphor is used to describe how seemingly minor events can have grand consequences much further down the …
 
Special Announcement! For the board-certified EMS physician, The American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM) would like to talk to you about a new way to maintain your certification: Yes...My EMS Cert. What is this you ask? Well, we will have two former PEC podcast guests AND ABEM representatives: Marianne Gausche Hill MD & Douglas Kupas MD Explain…
 
Fall is here! While you're enjoying the brisk morning walks, check out our latest podcast where we cover the PEC journal Volume 26 Number 3. In this episode, we cover fascinating manuscripts like Assessment of Fall-Related Emergency Medical Service Calls and Transports after a Community-Level Fall-Prevention Initiative Joint Statement on Lights & S…
 
We have talked on this show before about the complexity that can arise after suffering a stroke... but what if the patient also goes into pre-term labor while suffering the stroke? What interventions do you do? Which issue do you tackle first? What if your transport occupancy doubles mid-flight? Our team is joined by: Jeffrey Cutright EMT-P, Clinic…
 
PEC podcast Deep Dive In this episode our PEC Podcast team talks in detail about the manuscript: Prehospital Providers’ Perspectives about Online Medical Direction in Emergency End-of-Life Decision with the authors: Michael Waldrop MD Clinical Instructor of Emergency Medicine Albany Medical College & Brian Clemency DO Professor of Emergency Medicin…
 
Sometimes the solution seems like it should be simple: Just stop the bleeding. But what happens when the injury is the internal jugular vein and the usual interventions either won't work, will cause other damage, or are simply impractical? The AMPED team discusses this case with unique and perplexing challenges, and how they ultimately overcame the…
 
It's hot outside! While you're cooling off inside, check out our latest podcast where we cover the PEC journal Volume 26 Number 2. In this episode we cover fascinating manuscripts like Utility of Glucose Testing and Treatment of Hypoglycemia in Patients with Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Implementing a Patient Tracking System in a Large EMS System…
 
First responders see the unique, the unusual, the horrifying and the heartbreaking on a regular basis. On some calls, all the breaks go your way. On other calls, anything that can go wrong, will go wrong. That's the cost of experience. On this episode of AMPED, our team discusses an accident involving a rock crusher in a quarry with complex, interl…
 
The PEC Podcast with host Dr. Maia Dorsett brings you our Deep Dive Series with: Daniel Joseph MD Kevin Burns EMT-P, PA-C Aman Shah MD who discuss their manuscript: STEMI Equivalents and Their Incidence during EMS Transport Click here to download today! As always THANK YOU for listening. Hawnwan Philip Moy MD (@pecpodcast) Scott Goldberg MD, MPH (@…
 
What do you do when you receive a patient who is in critical cardiac condition after being in jail? Did they already have a heart disease that is getting worse? Or was it something they took? Or was it a prescribed medicine that they couldn't take? Regardless, it can be a struggle to find an answer. At this point you better know your basics to keep…
 
EMS Week: Rising to the challenge As EMS week comes to a close, NAEMSP, the PEC podcast, and the But Why EMS podcast would like to highlight a NAEMSP member who has Risen to the Challenge of the war in Ukraine. Dr. Kasia Hampton (@kasiahamptonmd) & her medical student daughter Livia Van Humbeeck (@doclivia) have been helping their home country Pola…
 
Ouch-less Pediatrics For CAPCE Credit click here! Happy EMS Week: Pediatrics Day! The PEC Podcast team would like to highlight NAEMSP's newest podcast to our family The Pediatric EMS Podcast In their first episode, hosts Dr. Joseph Finney and Dr. Joelle Donofrio Odmann talk about Safely and effectively managing pain in our pediatric patients. Medic…
 
Did you misread that title? Maybe you did and maybe you didn't. Emergency medicine requires our professionals to work from limited information and rely on instincts and assessment to diagnose and treat a patient. This usually leads our team down the right path, but sometimes leads them astray and takes them down the wrong clinical pathway for a pat…
 
PEC Podcast Episode 112 is here! In this episode, we cover Volume 26 Number 1 of the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal. We highlight such manuscripts like: Overdose Receiving Centers – An Idea Whose Time Has Come? & Initial Prehospital Rapid Emergency Medicine Score (REMS) as a Predictor of Patient Outcomes Click here to download today! As always …
 
First responders and clinicians often see things that are unimaginable to the average person as a part of their jobs. Yes, this is the nature of the work, but first responders and clinicians are human, and sometimes what they see affects them deeply. First responders have a 2.5x increased risk of suicide compared to other jobs. How do we help our c…
 
March Madness is here! To help distract you from the craziness of college basketball, the PEC Podcast team is happy to discuss the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal Volume 25 Number 6 where we cover manuscripts like: Ketamine for Prehospital Pain Management Does Not Prolong Emergency Department Length of Stay & Child Abuse Recognition Training for…
 
When a tornado strikes and causes a mass casualty incident (MCI), how does the team integrate itself into a larger team of first responders doing a variety of different jobs? How does the team arrive on scene when flight is impossible? And upon successfully saving one life, how does the team reconcile that success with the multiple other lives lost…
 
Happy February from the PEC podcast crew! Even though Punxsutawney Phil's shadow predicted another 6 weeks of winter, the PEC podcast team is happy to keep you company while you're keeping warm. In this episode, we cover the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal Volume 25 Number 5 where we cover manuscripts like: Impact of a Standardized EMS Handoff T…
 
Air Methods Prehospital EDucation Podcast Pediatric airway management is always a stressful procedure, particularly during transport when the risk of dislodgement increases. That fear of dislodging the airway can quickly change from securing the device to a "rat’s nest" of methods. In this episode the AMPED team dive into a case where that unfolds …
 
Air Methods Prehospital EDucation Podcast The second of a two part series, our team recaps the pertinent data from our flight team, discusses where their assumptions were wrong, prescribes solutions for avoiding similar mistakes in the future, and wraps up what was a fascinating case. Did you figure out where the team figured things wrong? We are j…
 
The PEC Airway Compendium Special Podcast! In Episode 109 we discuss all things pediatric and airway management. These position statements and resource documents covered in this episode include statements on pediatric training, pediatric interventions, and pediatric QI for airway management. We discuss these position statements with our friends and…
 
The PEC Airway Compendium Special Podcast! In Episode 108 we discuss the Clinical Aspects in Airway Management position statements. These position statements and resource documents covered in this episode include airway management of cardiac arrest patients, trauma patients, and peri-airway arrest patients. We discuss these position statements with…
 
The PEC Airway Compendium Special Podcast! In Episode 107 we discuss Oversight of Airway Management position statements. These position statements and resource documents covered in this episode include quality management, novel technologies, and education and training in airway management. We discuss these position statements with our friends, edit…
 
The PEC Airway Compendium Special Podcast! In Episode 106 we discuss the Procedural Aspects in Airway Management position statements. These position statements and resource documents covered in this episode include procedures like supraglottic airways, non-invasive positive pressure ventilation, drug-assisted airway management (DAAM), surgical airw…
 
The PEC Podcast brings you our deep dive series featuring the joint position statement: Ketamine Use in Prehospital and Hospital Treatment of the Acute Trauma Patient: A Joint Position Statement. On this podcast are some of the authors of this position statement: Debra G. Perina MD Mark L. Gestring MD John M. Gallagher MD @JgallagherEMS Nicole M. A…
 
Air Methods Prehospital EDucation Podcast The anchoring effect is a cognitive bias that describes the common human tendency to rely too heavily on the first piece of information offered (the “anchor”) when making decisions. On this first of a two-part episode of AMPED, our team discusses treating a possible overdose, uncovers data that doesn't seem…
 
It's HERE! The Airway Compendium podcast series part 1 of 5! In this episode, we talk to the creators and editors of the Airway compendium about what it is, why it needed to be created, how the sausage was made, and what manuscripts they found most intriguing. In this episode we have special guests: Michael Levy MD FACEP FAEMS FACP @mklevy10 Henry …
 
PEC Podcast Trailer! It'll soon be here...The Airway Compendium supplement podcast series! This teaser gives you a taste of #1 of 5 episodes on the Airway Compendium titled: The Airway Compendium-the who, the what, the why, and the how. Click here to hear the trailer now! As always THANK YOU for listening. Hawnwan Philip Moy MD (@pecpodcast) Scott …
 
Happy Thanksgiving PEC Podcast listeners! As always, we are grateful to you, our listeners, for making us the show we are today. Thank you. The PEC podcast team brings to you the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal Volume 25 Number 4. Hear Dr. Jeremiah Escajeda, Dr. Joelle Donofrio-Odmann, Dr. Maia Dorsett, and Dr. Lekshmi Kumar discuss fascinating …
 
Air Methods Prehospital EDucation Podcast Severely burned patients are a clinical challenge from many angles. In this month's episode, we examine and discuss how the patient care challenge is compounded in this transport by the remoteness of the request and the limited local resources. We are joined by flight paramedic, Orlando Marquez EMT-P burn n…
 
The PEC Podcast brings you our deep dive series with our special guests: Jeffrey Jarvis MD @DrJeffJarvis & Vaughn Hamilton MA, EMT-P who discuss their manuscript: Using Red Lights and Sirens for Emergency Ambulance Response: How Often Are Potentially Life-Saving Interventions Performed? Click here to download today! As always THANK YOU for listenin…
 
Air Methods Prehospital EDucation Podcast Episode 9: DK A(LL) Messed Up In this episode, we discuss the many facets of diabetes, providing useful background, context and understanding about this health condition. Listen as our team discusses the treatment steps for a woman experiencing severe diabetic ketoacidosis, unpacking the multitude of proble…
 
The PEC Podcast brings you our deep dive series with our special guest: John Lyng MD @JLyngEMSMD who discusses TWO position statements with Dr. @maiadorsett: 1. Physician Oversight of Air-Based Emergency Medical Services: A Joint Position Statement of NAEMSP, ACEP, and AMPA 2. Recommended Essential Equipment for Basic Life Support and Advanced Life…
 
Air Methods Prehospital EDucation Podcast Episode 8: No Mistakes, Just Opportunities In the world of medicine, great clinicians and organizations are always learning from their patients. In this episode, we talk about a patient experience that changed the way the clinicians and Air Methods perform needle decompressions. The AMPED team is joined by …
 
Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast Episode 100! (YEAH!) The PEC podcast team brings to you the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal Volume 25 Number 3. Hear Dr. Maia Dorsett, Dr. Scott Goldberg, Dr. Jeremiah Escajeda, and Dr. Phil Moy discuss fascinating manuscripts like: 1. Emergency Medical Services Utilization by Homeless Patients 2. Emergency Med…
 
Air Methods Prehospital EDucation Podcast Episode 7: It Takes a Village In this episode, as our crews approach the scene (below) we discuss a compelling case of a critically ill patient treated in a mass casualty situation. We cover crucial triage decisions, a rare but severe traumatic injury, and stress the importance of falling back to our traini…
 
Air Methods Prehospital EDucation Podcast Episode 6: MO' ECMO! In this episode, we discuss another ECMO case that will get your critical thinking skills a run for their money! Get your thinking caps on because we will be dealing with all types of shock and lifesaving devices that depend on your fundamental knowledge of physiology and anatomy to sav…
 
The PEC Podcast brings you our deep dive series with special guests: Kathy Staats MD @vochma730 Helen Harvey MS MD @PICUdocHH Joelle Donofrio-Odmann DO @PEMEMS Recount their case about A Four-Year-Old with History of Kawasaki Disease Presenting in Acute Shock that has forever influenced their care of patients. Click here to download today! As alway…
 
Prehospital Emergency Care Podcast Episode 98 The PEC podcast team brings to you the Prehospital Emergency Care Journal Volume 25 Number 2. We are always privileged to have our guest, Dr. Rebecca Cash Ph.D. (@CashRebeccaE) utilize her expertise to help explain the manuscripts: 1. Development and Validation of Content Domains for Paramedic Prehospit…
 
Air Methods Prehospital EDucation Podcast Episode 5: C'mon little stitch! This episode will follow our team during one of these cases where a patient on an ECMO device was one of many challenges. The AMPED team is joined by: Chase Niewoehner RN flight nurse and ECMO specialist & Dr. Christina Creel-Bulos @critcreelMD Critical Care Nurse/Emergency P…
 
In this episode, PEC Podcasts hosts Dr. Maia Dorsett and Dr. Jeremiah Escajeda have a conversation with Dr. Molly McCann Dr. Melody Glenn (@MGlennEM) Dr. Jeremy Cushman (@hws96) about their manuscripts Refusals After Prehospital Administration of Naloxone during the COVID-19 Pandemic and Degree of Bystander-Patient Relationship and Prehospital Care…
 
Air Methods Prehospital EDucation Podcast Episode 4: The ol' bait and switch Have you ever had one of those calls dispatched as one issue and you arrive and it's something else? Yup! We have as well! In this episode, we dissect such a transfer call where the Eric Wheeler EMT-P and Danielle Flamm RN prepared for a STEMI transfer, but what lay in sto…
 
PEC Podcast Deep Dive Series! PEC podcast host, Dr. Scott Goldberg, takes a deep dive look into the manuscript, "Transport of a Nonintubated Prone Patient with Severe Hypoxemic Respiratory Failure Due to COVID-19" with the authors: James Boomhower BS, FP-C, NR-P, C-NPT Susan Wilcox MD, FACEP, FCCM, FAAEM @MiscSusan Click here to download today! As …
 
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