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Episode 10 Hocus Pocus: Pre-Hospital Ultrasound POCUS (Point of Care Ultrasound) is the wave of the future. It helps guide real time treatment and diagnostic decisions. Currently POCUS is widely utilized in the emergency department. Hosts Shannon Sovndal, MD...
We dive deeper into COVID-19 and explore the critical physiology that sends people to the ICU. We have guest Melissa Verseman insight as a respiratory therapist dealing with these sick pulmonary patients.
Today, Match on a Fire: Medicine and More is going to do something a little different. We are going to focus on the “more.” We are talking about Fragile: Beauty in Chaos, Grace in Tragedy and the Hope that Lives in Between.
I have a special guest, Dr. Reed Caldwell. He is Chief of Service, Perelman Department of EM, and serves as the EMS Medical Director for NYU Langone Health System. New York is currently the hardest hit state and Dr. Caldwell is on the front line in New York City. He relays his experiences, concerns and advice as the pandemic spreads to other less affected areas.
Today, we are talking with Dr. Allen Lim. He is a model of greatness. He is an exercise physiologist and has coached some of the best athletes in the world. He was Lance Armstrong’s cycling coach. He also is the creator and founder of Skratch Labs.
Today we’re talking about epinephrine because it’s such a hot topic. While we know a lot about it, we need to take a step back to really look at it and see if we’re doing the right things. We’ll be giving you a little background on epinephrine, covering a recent study that everyone’s been talking about, and what that all means for our practice.
Today we’re covering the second half of our Shock series. Of the four different types of shock, today we are focusing on hemorrhagic shock. Why do we have to be aggressive when we treat it? What is the triad of death? What are the five parts of “damage control” when it comes to hemorrhagic shock? How can we make sure we get them from the point of impact, back home?
Welcome to the third episode of Match on a Fire. Today we’re going to be doing a short lecture–the shortest of lectures–on a little medicine. Specifically, shock. We’ll talk about the dictionary definition, our definition of shock, and the four categories of shock.
On the first episode of Match on a Fire, we focused on the number 86,400 but today, we are talking about the number 3: 3 big pillars needed to work in the emergency medicine and EMS field and 3…