2 hrs 2 min

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

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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…

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