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Providing education to bridge the gap from classroom to clinical setting for the beginner paramedic.

Providing education to bridge the gap from classroom to clinical setting for the beginner paramedic.
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United States

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Providing education to bridge the gap from classroom to clinical setting for the beginner paramedic.

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English


Episodes

'Tis the season! Pediatric Airway!

1/10/2019
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The season is among us! Pediatric respiratory emergencies are important to identify and treat correctly. Please feel free to contact me at pushdosemedic@gmail.com For more information on racemic epi check out Owen Wood's podcast "DitchDocEM" https://www.ditchdocem.com/2017/04/17/racemic-epinephrine/ Quick and easy chart for comparison!! Notice the "steeple" airway shape. CVS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPgCxPyeTkk Notice the enlarged epiglottic structure...

Duration:00:19:14

Hero or advocate? Let's talk Narcan.

12/23/2018
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From prehospital to the emergency room, Narcan is misunderstood. Let's change that and educate yourself along with others. *Follow your local protocols* Questions, concerns or updated information I didn't mention? Contact me at pushdosemedic@gmail.com. Thanks!!

Duration:00:15:56

The PPE of Airway Management

12/5/2018
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Thanks for listening! Feel free to contact me at pushdosemedic@gmail.com So, the first day on the truck and you're en route to a respiratory arrest. Are you prepared to intubate? Do you have a plan? Let's talk airway with the PPE of airway management! P-Plan/Prep P-Position E-Execute/Intubate Check out the FlightBridgeEd podcast on the HEAVEN criteria https://www.flightbridgeed.com/index.php/the-flightbridgeed-podcast/2-flightbridgeed-podcast/268-heaven-lemons VS.

Duration:00:19:23

Are you ready to Team Lift?

11/27/2018
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Welcome to the first episode of Push Dose Medic. In this episode, I'll explain a new concept I have developed to help battle the ongoing issues with first responder mental illness.

Duration:00:11:20