Doug and Dennis talk austere management of COVID19 patients with an emphasis on strategies for oxygenation and ventilatory support. The remainder of the post is an massive amalgamation of resources I have been collecting for over a year for my own respiratory refresher.
Traumatic Brain Injuries coupled with other injuries can be one of the most difficult wound patterns to manage in the field. Learn to manage TBI on its own and when other complications arrive you will be in better condition to handle an even more difficult situation.
Dennis and Paul talk with Dr. Ian Wedmore and discuss some interesting updates to the management of frostbite injury in the field and what to do when you get back to a hard stand shelter.
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/11/world/africa/soldier-death-somalia.html Why does it take the NY Times to identify and disseminate our medical lessons learned?! How was this not … More
The principles of High Reliability Organizations are necessary in those professions where mistakes can cost lives. The airline industry is … More
While no single clinic setup will work for every situation, a common baseline and checklist can make it far easier … More
What happens when your patient has been given a cric or intubated but continues to decline… SpO2 continues to slowly … More
We have been training teams in various settings over many years and have noticed that there are two categories of … More
After a few discussions with JJ who has also appeared in several Element Rescue podcasts, Doug and Dennis talk about … More
Not all PFC is trauma. Malaria, Dengue, Chikungunya and others will take you out of the fight if given the chance. In this episode CAPT Ryan Maves talks about some of the more concerning and prevalent diseases encountered by deployed military personnel and partner forces and what you can do about it before an infection becomes debilitating or life threatening.