In this podcast episode, we discuss Multivalvular Disease. Tune in as we discuss its various characteristics that may affect your patient depending on the combination of valve lesions.
In this episode, we are joined by Tyler Christifulli of the FOAMfrat blog and podcast (formally Lifestar Podcast), and FlightBridgeEd. Tune in as we briefly discuss apneic oxygenation, and the nasal cannulas you should and should not be using for supplementation.
As an EMS provider, how do you choose which facility to transport your trauma patients to? In this blog, Andy discusses trauma center designation and verification, differentiating criteria, and how you can choose the best center for your patient based on specific triage guidelines.
In this episode, we discuss Serotonin Syndrome: a dangerous condition precipitated by the combined use of commonly administered serotonergic drugs such as Fentanyl and Zofran.
In this episode, we continue our electrolyte series by focusing on one of the most abundant minerals in our body: calcium. Tune in as we discuss total calcium and its affects on our critically ill patients; primarily focusing on the measurement of ionized calcium (iCa) levels, and the appropriate treatments for both hypo and hyper states.
In this blog post, Andy discusses the differences between cuffed and uncuffed endotracheal tubes, and the type you should be using in your pediatric patient population.
In this episode, we welcome seasoned Flight Medic and gear guru, Todd Hope. If you are looking for gear options specific to transport, this is the episode for you.
In this episode, we finish our discussion of AMTC 17 by covering the 3rd day of the conference. We highlight specific talks that we attended and our general impressions of the overall experience.