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PHARM Podcast 149 On the Mountain and in the Air with David Weber

 Weber at 11,200 feet during a Denali rescue patrol this past summer (photo Menno Boermans)


Weber at 11,200 feet during a Denali rescue patrol this past summer (photo Menno Boermans)

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Pre-Hospital Trauma Care – Lessons Learned From the Front

The UC Division of EMS has recorded a series of podcasts to celebrate EMS Week 2016.  We are honored to be able to engage EMS Providers throughout the world with this forum.  If you practice pre-hospital medicine, we would like to say thank you and that we appreciate everything you do to provide a high…

http://www.tamingthesru.com/blog/ems-week/pre-hospital-trauma-care-lessons-learned-from-the-front

PHARM Podcast 138 Another Viking on the PHARM with Dr Soren Rudolph

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PHARM Podcast 135 Viking on the PHARM with Dr Per Bredmose

PHARM Podcast 134 Preoxygenation – towards best emergency practice

ETM Podcast Episode 10 – Bruce Paix & Andrew Perry – Haemorrhage control in trauma

In this episode Andrew Perry interviews Bruce Paix, a very experienced pre-hospital/retrieval (and military) Anaesthetist and trauma expert about haemorrhage control in trauma. This is a great episode with some real pearls.  Bruce challenges the traditional teaching in trauma by asking us to not be afraid of the hypotensive trauma patient, but rather to accept…

http://etmcourse.com/etm-podcast-episode-10-bruce-paix-andrew-perry-haemorrhage-control-in-trauma/

Paris attacks

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The individual’s journey through critical care

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Neurotrauma

Video recording courtesy of RFDS Western Australia

Fluids and Kids: What Now?

Kath Maitland, the author of the FEAST study, talks about where we go now with fluids in kids, following FEAST

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Bouncing Back After Tragedy: Perspective is key

Personal tragedy will touch all of us. Rob’s talk is an incredibly personal story but offers much practical advice for dealing with the inevitable.

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EMRAP Aussie Edition – Free Episode – Vera Sistenich Part 1

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Phone a Friend: the proficient paramedic

Paramedics do not play a large role in ED care in most centres. I think the relationships that we have with all levels of ED staff are improving and

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Communicating terrible news: Can we do it better? Liz Crowe at St.Emlyn’s

St.Emlyn’s – Meducation in Virchester #FOAMed   It’s every health professional’s most dreaded task to have to communicate difficult news to desperate patients, friends and relatives; particularly when someone has died. Think about this clinical case and ask yourself what you would do. A 46 year old man is involved in a motor vehicle accident…

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PHARM Podcast 124 : Emergency Surgical Airways and #HEMS4NI update with Dr Jason van der Velde

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Dr Jason van der Velde

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