Summary: Welcome to the Rotor Wash Podcast brought to you by the ECHO HeliOps Team! The goal of our podcast is to better public safety aviation through education, training, collaboration & networking opportunities, collaboration with programs / agencies by sharing information on the podcast across disciplines without cost to our members. Rotor Wash episodes will feature industry specific topics as they relate to flight crew personnel who support our community. We will discuss vital information and solutions, keeping the ECHO community at the very core of what we bring to the table.
Strategize Your Simulation! Today we head back to camp where Tyler Christifulli of LifeLink III and FOAMfrat talks about creative ways to build and execute simulation without breaking the bank.
Today we hear Dr. Ben Lawner discuss "Best Practices" with respect to optimizing the crashing patient with concurrent respiratory failure so they have a parachute to arrest their clinical momentum as we manage their airway.
Back to camp we go to hear Dr. Matthew Poremba medical director of Allegheny LifeFlight discuss whole blood use in helicopter EMS. Dr. Poremba discussed the hurtles he and the folks at Lifeflight encountered while working to start their whole blood program and why it is far superior to PRBC in his opinion in some patients.
Today we again revisit Camp ECHO for an Interactive discussion of the recognition and management strategies for acute right ventricular failure. This talk will briefly touch on specific anatomic and physiologic considerations (differentiating from LV, ventricular interdependence, etc), diagnostic tools and strategies for prevention/treatment of acute isolated RV failure or biventricular failure, including fluid/diuretics, inotropic/vasoactive pharmacology, and finally initiation of temporary and durable MCS
This week we revisit another lecture from Camp ECHO. Josh Piotrowski of Erlanger Life Force presents a lecture that will take a look at the rare presentation of Electrical Storm. Josh says “As critical care providers, we need to recognize that uncommon is our bread and butter and we need to be informed when others may not. We will break down the current ideations on the pathophysiology and treatment of repetitive ventricular arrhythmias.” Enjoy another great talk from Camp ECHO!
Brian King steals the mic from Tony Falzone as he sits down with Tyler Christifulli, Sam Ireland, Bryan Winchell and Brad Gorman from the reinVENT pre-conference workshop at campECHO to discuss their workshop. This 10 minute interview goes rogue as Joey Loehner joins the guys as they sit back and enjoy a post pre-conference beverage as they discuss a variety of different topics relating to education and orientation.
Ruth Myles, a flight nurse at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Advanced Response Team (DHART) delivers her talk at #CAMPECHO regarding PTSD and the relationship between it and video gaming and what recent research has shown.
On today's Rotor Wash episode, join us for an interview with 3 gentlemen from HealthNet Aeromedical Services. Clinton Burley, President & CEO of HealthNet joins us along with Base Lead and Flight Paramedic, Mark Brooks and Flight Nurse Glenn Sutphin. We discuss the experience with ECHO, the impact it has had on their service and other details relating to the industry of air medical.
On today’s Rotor Wash episode, we will wrap up the Critical Care Panel Discussion from our 2018 Annual Conference ECHONooga. Our panel which is comprised of critical care experts will finish the discussion on topics and interventions that are ongoing amidst clinicians in the field.
On today’s episode, listen as we revisit the Critical Care Panel Discussion from our 2018 Annual Conference ECHONooga. Our critical care panel which is comprised of critical care experts will continue the discussion on topics and interventions that are ongoing amidst clinicians in the field. This is part 2 of a 3-part series. Part 3 will air next week.
On today’s episode, listen as we revisit the Critical Care Panel Discussion from our 2018 Annual Conference ECHONooga. Our panel will provide introductions and discuss some topics and interventions that are ongoing amidst critical care clinicians.
On today's Rotor Wash episode, Dan Rauh, flight NP at the University of Cincinnati Air Care and an ICU intensivist, will discuss Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) and Hyperglycemic Hyperosmolar Syndrome (HHS). We will look at the differences and discuss treatment options in the critical care setting.
Today’s Podcast was recorded with Jon Reed and Chris Smetana from IA MED. The Podcast focuses on who they are, who IA MED is, and why they chose to partner with ECHO. They also discuss the building of the new CME Collective which we are thrilled to be a part of! The collective will provide a way to get CEU/CEH credit for the podcast and blog you are already listening to and reading! The collective can be found here: training.iamed.us/pages/cme-collective
Today's podcast highlights some of our sponsors as interviewed at ECHONooga. Capewell Aerial Systems and The Rescue Company 1 are both exceptional resources for all public safety aviation agencies. Take a look at what they have to offer you!
In this presentation, Dr. Dave Gaieski of Jefferson Health will discuss the pathophysiologic rationale for using physiology-guided CPR instead of protocol-based CPR. He will discuss animal data, human data, implications for the pre-hospital setting, the Emergency Department, and the cardiac catheterization laboratory.