FEELing for a Pulse and Shocking Asystole

Would the implementation of POCUS change how we manage cardiac arrest patients in the Prehospital environment? Should we shock asystole in case it’s fine VF? Should ultrasound replace finger pulse checks?

We brought EMS Physician Dr. Walt Lubbers on the show to help answer some of these burning questions.

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Drowning

In the management of the drowning patient, is it ABC or CAB?

Drowning is a form of asphyxia. There is no role for hands only CPR in the management of a drowning person.

In drowning, it’s ABC, not CAB.

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The (not so) New Hotness: Heat Illness & EMS

The (not so) New Hotness: Heat Illness & EMS. Emergency Physician, EMS Medical Director, and master of all things, Dr. Ryan Stanton joins us to discuss diagnosis, pathophysiology, and evidence based treatment of heatstroke in PHEM.

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The Great White Fright

BSI, scene safe? Bringing sanity to the fentanyl craze with guest Chip Lange of the Total EM podcast.

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Prime the Pump: A Failed Paradigm in Sepsis

Why is “prime the pump”, dying? It’s now accepted that sepsis has more to do with vasodilation, and less to

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Anaphylaxis

Anaphylaxis may be trickier than you think, but there’s no confusion about the treatment: aggressive administration of EPINEPHRINE.

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Rethinking Oxygenation

Critically hypoxic or bradypneic patients need aggressive and effective oxygenation – quickly. In most cases, a standard BVM ventilation or

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Diagnosing STEMI in the Presence of LBBB

Learn how to diagnose STEMI in the setting of LBBB and paced rhythm using Sgarbossa and Smith Modified Sgarbossa Criteria.

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Massive Hemorrhage Control

BLUF: Aggressive control of massive, external hemorrhage is always THE priority. In this episode, we discuss the most high-yield methods

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