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This podcast covers medical care targeted to the Special Operations medical community with a focus on providing prolonged care in austere environments.

This podcast covers medical care targeted to the Special Operations medical community with a focus on providing prolonged care in austere environments.
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This podcast covers medical care targeted to the Special Operations medical community with a focus on providing prolonged care in austere environments.

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English


Episodes

39: ETCO2

7/5/2018
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Doug and Dennis talk about the application and limitations of monitoring ETCO2 in prolonged field care situations.

Duration:00:30:57

36: ROLO to SOLO: The Logistics of Fresh Whole Blood Transfusion

3/10/2018
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The Tactical Hemostasis, Oxygenation and Resuscitation(THOR) Group including the 75th Ranger Regiment, NORNAVSOF and others have led the way in re-implementing type-O, low titer fresh whole blood far forward with the Ranger type-O Low titer(ROLO) program. In 2015 the Ranger Medical Leadership along with founders of the ROLO program published the paper, "Tactical Damage Control Resuscitation" outlining in detail why they chose to bring back fresh whole blood at the point of injury. Since...

Duration:00:11:51

33: TIVA: Another Look at Pre-Hospital Analgesia and Sedation

12/21/2017
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Rick Hines has spent the last 20+ years in service to his country much of it deployed to combat zones and other unstable, austere environments and is dedicated to improving SOF Medicine. He made it a point to spend a fair amount of time with surgical teams when possible and has gained quite a bit of real world knowledge that we hope to pass on to a wider audience here.

Duration:00:27:12

32: Doug Explains the Burn Care Clinical Practice Guideline

12/9/2017
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Burns present another wound pattern that can be extremely difficult and time consuming for any level of provider to manage. So much so that there are dedicated burn teams that will often fly to where burn patients are being held in order to get them back to the burn center in San Antonio with the best chance of survival. We have taken the expert guidance of these critical care providers and packaged everything they have learned into a single clinical practice guideline targeted at the...

Duration:00:29:12

31: CBRN for Dummies COL Melissa Givens

11/24/2017
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We recorded this live from the Joint Special Operations Medical Training Center where Guest Lecturer COL Givens, shares the CBRNe knowledge she has learned working (among many other positions) as a Clinical Toxicologist around the world including as the SOCAFRICA Command Surgeon where she personally helped prepare members of 10th SFG(A) to deal with some of the most venomous snakes in the world. COL Melissa (Missy) Givens MD, MPH is a graduate of the United States Military Academy and...

Duration:00:38:25

30: REBOA for Prolonged Field Care with Joe DuBose

11/1/2017
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Dr. Joe DuBose is an Air Force Trauma Surgeon who recognized early in his career that hemorrhage was the number one killer of potentially survivable patients. This led him to a fellowship in vascular surgery and, as Dennis put it made him a guru in the emerging technology that allows a catheter to be placed in the femoral artery and snaked up past a bleed in the pelvis, abdomen and even chest where a balloon is then inflated cutting off all blood flow below that point. Dr. DuBose was the...

Duration:00:25:24

27: Winning in a Complex World

9/2/2017
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Jim originally gave this talk at SOMSA2017. Due to popular demand, we were able to convince him to rerecord after the conference concluded. Enjoy...

Duration:00:45:21

26: ICRC Style Wound Care

8/11/2017
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Duration:00:18:51

25: The Lethal Triad

8/11/2017
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In an attempt ot explain the lethal triad, Dennis may have gone too far...

Duration:00:07:10

24: Infection to Sepsis Round Table Expert Discusion Panel

7/21/2017
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In this episode Dennis moderates a discussion on recognition and management of sepsis in Prolonged Field Care. We have Doug and Jaybon from the ICU, Jay from the ER perspective along with Paul providing some questions and insight on prehospital and evacuation considerations.

Duration:00:45:09

23: JTS Clinical Practice Guidelines for the SOF Medic

7/8/2017
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While at the 2017 Remote Damage Control Resuscitation(RDCR) conference put on by the Tactical Hemostasis, Oxygenation and Resuscitation(THOR) network in Norway, Sean took the time to corner Dr. Shackleford to get her thoughts on the Joint Trauma System Clinical Practice Guidelines. Be sure to check out the new JTS Facebook, LinkedIn Pages, Instagram and Twitter feeds and YouTube Channel for more updates.

Duration:00:17:58

22: On Blood, Geir Strandenes at SOMSA2017

6/20/2017
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This talk was recorded live during the Prolonged Field Care Pre-Conference Lab during the Special Operations Medicine and Scientific Assembly(SOMSA). Dr. Geir Strandenes is a founding member of the THOR(tactical Hemostasis, Oxygenation and Resuscitation) Group, the Senior Medical Officer of the Norwegian Naval Special Operations and a Researcher in the Department of Immunology and Transfusion Medicine at Haukeland University Hospital in Bergen, Norway. He has worked hand in hand wit the US...

Duration:00:51:39

21: Optimizing Traumatic Ventilation

6/3/2017
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Dennis was finally able to corner an anesthesiologist who was actually more than happy to sit down and talk about his years if experience working from the head of thousands of patients. While we are working on an Airway Clinical Practice Guideline with the Army Institute of Surgical Research, this will go along with our earlier posted airway recommendations until we can get a consensus and get it published.

Duration:00:30:21