34 episodes

Knowledge Management for Multi-disciplinary Rescue

Element Rescue: Simply Disruptive Element Rescue

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Knowledge Management for Multi-disciplinary Rescue

    ER Innovation Series: PodCast I: AAJT-S (Abdominal Aortic & Junctional Tourniquet - Stabilized)

    ER Innovation Series: PodCast I: AAJT-S (Abdominal Aortic & Junctional Tourniquet - Stabilized)

    ER Innovation Series: PodCast I: AAJT-S (Abdominal Aortic & Junctional Tourniquet - Stabilized) We dive into the creation and evolution of the AAJT-S from its original design as the AAT through its current design & capabilities.  This is a jammed packed and heated discussion with Sean, JJ, and the co-inventor of the AAJT-S, Dr. John Croushorn.  Discussion points include;  Why the AAJT-S excels in rescue situations, How it compares to Zone 3 REBOA, How certain studies either input fraudulent bias or negligently ignore data, The extraordinarily low pain tolerances some physicians involved in a preferential research study apparently have to misinform readers, How JJ signed a contract written on a napkin, selling his soul at an Ozzy / Korn Concert many years ago, Why committees need to re-evaluate their position on medical items that exist in rescue contracts…and actually consider the context / environment in which these medical items will be utilized…or IEBM (Improved Environmental Based Medicine), and a bunch more…

    • 2 hrs 2 min
    Episode VIII: Rescue Task Force Updates & REMS with Bryan

    Episode VIII: Rescue Task Force Updates & REMS with Bryan

    We jump into some West Coast RTF topics with FF/Medic/Tactical Medic Bryan Howell - discussing the complexity of this response asset and dive into TTP / SOP development, training, and some the ridiculousness that surrounds this topic nationwide…AND we also dig into the REMS (Rapid Extraction Module Support) programs out on the West Coast (RIP Notorious B.I.G.).  REMS is basically a bad-ass, complex, and evolving program in which 4-man teams become a QRF for injured line wildland firefighters.  The team is required to make access through austere vertical terrain, assess & stabilize the casualty, package and extract, and finally evacuate or handoff for transport to a MTF… anyway,, we discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly.

    • 1 hr 23 min
    Episode VII: Operation Savage Land Pirate: Hacking Prolonged Field Care

    Episode VII: Operation Savage Land Pirate: Hacking Prolonged Field Care

    The Element Rescue Crew (Ryan, JJ, and Sean) with special guest Dennis Jarema, US Army Special Forces 18-D, Schoolhouse Instructor, and PFC Podcast Supreme Ruler…
    In this episode the guys breakdown PFC principles, discuss the framework, permeate these into civilian application - (disaster response, Mountain/Canyon Rescue, & REMS)- including abasic overview of what the future holds for civilian application…wait for it….IC / AEC -International Committee for Austere Emergency Care - A few of the OG PFC guys put together a PFC-centric pipe-hitting committee - linked with C-TECC and are rolling out civilian guidelines of awesomeness…this will need to be a separate podcast…

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Episode VI: Operational Hacking- Science- Part 2

    Episode VI: Operational Hacking- Science- Part 2

    Okay...finally -Here is Part 2 of our conversation with Ricky and the Calcium crusade... We hit on more aspects concerning the Ground force - Aeromedical interaction, Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) and Environmental -Based Medicine...and Experienced-Based Medicine

    • 45 min
    Episode V: Operational Hacking: Science- Part 1

    Episode V: Operational Hacking: Science- Part 1

    Hacking Science with Ricky Ditzel, Esq. III- Lead R&D guy with SOM-C, the editor for the Journal of High Threat and Austere Medicine, and, flight medic in the Army.
    In Part one of this two part discussion, Sean apologizes to Ricky and they discuss the first time they hugged at SOMSA. Ricky spits out disruptive smart guy stuff like a lyrical genius…things like; calcium chloride, calcium gluconate, calcium neutral safe places, and something called DIC…which turned out to be totally different than what Ryan and Sean were thinking. Clotting cascade physiology, fibrinogen and fibrin, and, some info about his working group- which has smart guys with very odd initials and credentials after their names…Also...some protocol creations, a few specific dumb ass comments that others have made in opposition to Ricky's calcium crusade, a little flight medic insight with triage and hand-offs, but, most importantly…we discuss 3 other things, that when combined, will make you appear 33% better looking to 42% of the members of the opposite sex…FACT(ish).

    • 55 min
    Operational Hacking: Episode IV: Training- Part 2

    Operational Hacking: Episode IV: Training- Part 2

    "Tracking Heffalumps and Woozles"
    A continuation of the training talk with Sean, Ryan, JJ, and David.....they discuss the skills you need to pay the bills (aka mastering the basics), Slim Shady as he relates to the Commando Medic, The importance of training like a Tigger, not like an Eeyore....getting lost in Sean's luscious beard and much, much, more. Valiant effort made to stay on topic gentleman, keep up the good work.

    • 1 hr 9 min

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