20 episodes

New for '22... Join Silas and Jonny as they discuss medical cases. Hopefully educational, but we promise nothing!

Brought to you by PREMED.

All views expressed herein are those of the hosts or guest(s) and do not necessarily represent the views of their respective employers or affiliate organisations.

The PREMED Podcast PREMED

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.5 • 19 Ratings

New for '22... Join Silas and Jonny as they discuss medical cases. Hopefully educational, but we promise nothing!

Brought to you by PREMED.

All views expressed herein are those of the hosts or guest(s) and do not necessarily represent the views of their respective employers or affiliate organisations.

    Neurological

    Neurological

    'ello!   
    This time round we were sadly unable to meet face-to-face and produce all those funny little videos you love but we did have a good chat about BP monitoring, triage, and clinical assessment of neurological presentations.  
     
    Thank you to our case contributor Jay, and to everyone who got involved on SoMe with the #MysteryDiagnosis. 
     
    Have YOU got a case? We want to read about it! Please submit to: podcast@prem-ed.com
     
    Also, if you have a second, would you like / rate / subscribe please? It means more to us than money itself (well, maybe not).
     
    J&S x
     
    References: 
    NICE: Major trauma: assessment and initial management The London Major Trauma Triage Decision Tool Spoiler alert! 1 Spoiler alert! 2  
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    • 54 min
    Hypoxia

    Hypoxia

    Oh hello there, and thanks for coming back!   
    This week we were joined by Marcus the HART Hero (we named him that, not him) as we discussed hypoxia, agitation, restraint, anxiolysis, and Rupert Murdoch. 
     
    Thank you to our case contributor, and to everyone who got involved on SoMe with the #MysteryDiagnosis. 
     
    If you want to submit a case for a future episode, or have any questions, concerns, or feedback, please get in touch at podcast@prem-ed.com
     
    J&S x
     
    References: 
    MHRA Schedule 17 drugs Paramedics and medicines: legal considerations (England, 2016) The Mental Capacity Act and use of proportionate restraint (in the UK)  
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    • 1 hr 3 min
    Cardiovascular

    Cardiovascular

    Its here! The podcast you've all been waiting for but didn't know it! 
     
    Thank you to our anonymous case contributor, and to everyone who got involved on SoMe with the #MysteryDiagnosis. 
     
    If you want to submit a case for a future episode, or have any questions, concerns, or feedback, please get in touch at podcast@prem-ed.com
     
    J&S x
     
    References: 
    STE in aVR (LITFL) S1Q3T3 pattern (LITFL) Aortic Stenosis and cardiac auscultation NICE guidelines: VTE The 2017 ESC STEMI Guidelines  
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    • 1 hr
    Intro (to the all new PREMED Podcast!)

    Intro (to the all new PREMED Podcast!)

    Hello all! 
     
    Following a festive hiatus we're back, but things are going to be a bit different from now on...
     
    Join Silas and Jonny as they chat, argue, and reflect on all things prehospital, resuscitation and emergency medicine! 
     
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    • 17 min
    Prehospital Critical Care with Lt Col Ross Moy

    Prehospital Critical Care with Lt Col Ross Moy

    Lieutenant Colonel Ross Moy (Twitter: @ross_moy) is a consultant in Emergency and Pre-Hospital Medicine in the British Army. During training he undertook Fellowships in Critical Care, Aeromedical Retrieval and Pre-Hospital medicine. He has deployed overseas several times, including operational tours of Iraq and Afghanistan.

    He is now an EM Consultant at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow and EMRS Scotland. He is also the Clinical Director of MERT Training and has clinical interests in austere care, human factors and ethics.
     
    He is married to Pauline, with two enthusiastic sons, and a lazy Labrador. He is a dreadful guitarist, and reasonable runner. He also enjoys hillwalking, skiing and whisky. (Nb. Ross' words, I'm not being judgemental!)



     
    I really enjoyed talking to Ross about his career, trauma care, human factors, medical education, and much more. 
     
    I hope you enjoy listening and let us know what you think! 
     
    --
    Silas.
     
     
    Plugs! 
    Ross on Twitter Army Medical Services recruitment PhEDECs™ ECG Course  
    References
    Meet MERT MERT overview REPHILL trial  




    Sound recordist
    Jack Neuman

    • 1 hr 1 min
    PHEM Feedback with Sinead Keane and Dr Gio Cracolici

    PHEM Feedback with Sinead Keane and Dr Gio Cracolici

    PHEM Feedback is a project which assists ambulance and air ambulance staff with patient follow up.
     
    I was lucky enough to catch up with two of the minds behind the project – Sinead Keane and Dr Gio Cracolici – about its origins, how it works, and how it helps with clinician's learning and patient outcomes. 
     
    Check it out! 
     
    --
    Silas.
     
     
    References
    PHEM Feedback  
    Sound recordist
    Jack Neuman

    • 52 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

Rpg1988 ,

Good work

Cor he’s so hunky and clever.

LeoNak848484 ,

Cringeworthy Lad banter

This was a poor listen, from two paramedics who think much higher of themselves than they should. What seems like a good structure and a good topic is interrupted by irrelevant anecdotes, unnecessary swearing and the predictable laddish ‘don’t give a sh%t’ attitudes.

The making light of a missed diagnosis causing the death of a patient was a particular low point in the latest episode. They chastise the apparent poor practice of others while wilfully sharing their own without any apparent insight.

Steer clear. It’s an embarrassment to the profession and gives paramedicine a very poor name, doing absolutely nothing for FOAMed in the process. What a shame.

Liam_dude ,

Excellent Podcast

I’ve really enjoyed the Pre-Hospital airway management podcast. It included some great tips and ideas to mentally prepare for difficult scenarios.
I’ve had the pleasure of working with Scott in the past, he’s top of his game and a genuinely nice guy (for the most part).

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