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The EMS Lighthouse Project Podcast exists to foster knowledge translation from peer-reviewed scientific journals to the street. Join Mike Verkest and Dr. Jeff Jarvis as they shine the bright light of science on EMS practice in an informative and fun way.

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The EMS Lighthouse Project Podcast exists to foster knowledge translation from peer-reviewed scientific journals to the street. Join Mike Verkest and Dr. Jeff Jarvis as they shine the bright light of science on EMS practice in an informative and fun way.

    Episode 25 NAEMSP 2020, Part 4

    Episode 25 NAEMSP 2020, Part 4

    The final part of our coverage of some of the research from NAEMSP2020 in San Diego. If you missed any of the first three episodes, be sure to download them and take a listen. They were great! In this episode, we wrap up the series with outstanding discussions. We discuss the epidemiology of pediatric trauma activations with San Antonio’s Dr. Craig Cooley and finish up with a discussion with Dr. Henry Wang. Dr. Wang talks to us through an oral abstract he presented here on a secondary analysis looking at the impact of FPS in the PART trial comparing ET and King LT in cardiac arrest. As a bonus, he talks us through the original PART trial for which he was the principal investigator. As always, we want to hear your feedback. Let us know what you think: @MikeVerkest, @DrJeffJarvis, and @EMSLigthouse. Subscribe and give us a great rating on Apple Podcast.

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    Episode 24 NAEMSP 2020, Part 3

    Episode 24 NAEMSP 2020, Part 3

    And…we are back for part 3 of our coverage of some of the research from NAEMSP2020 in San Diego. If you missed parts 1 or 2, be sure to download them and take a listen. They were great! In this episode, we have two great interviews. We talk with Dr. Veer Vithalani of MedStar in Fort Worth, TX about his work using EtCO2 to detect unrecognized BVM ventilation failures. We also chat with Drs. Casey Patrick and Rob Dickson from Montgomery County Hospital District EMS in Conroe, Tx about push-dose drugs including epinephrine and nitroglycerin.

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    Amiodarone and Lidocaine in Cardiac Arrest – Does the Route Matter?

    Amiodarone and Lidocaine in Cardiac Arrest – Does the Route Matter?

    What if we told you that neither amiodarone nor lidocaine did any better in cardiac arrest when given by IO? What if we told you neither one improved survival when given by IV? Would you think I was smoking crack? Yeah, I would have thought that too until last week. I’m going to give a quick recap of this important secondary analysis of the ALPS trial, but only as a precursor to get y’all warmed up for the main event on Facebook Live Wednesday, January 29th at 8:30 CST. Listen to this podcast, and then join me, Mikey V, Eric Bauer, and Ritu Sahni as we talk about what we should make of this interesting trial. Most importantly, what we should do (or not do) in our clinical practice. As always, please subscribe and give us a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts. We’d love to hear your thoughts, questions, and suggestions. Join us on Twitter: @MikeVerkest, @DrJeffJarvis, @EMSLighthouse @FlightBridgeED

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    NAEMSP 2020, Part 2

    NAEMSP 2020, Part 2

    And we’re back for part 2 of our coverage of some of the research from NAEMSP2020 in San Diego. If you missed part 1, be sure to download it and take a listen. It was great! As always, we want to hear your feedback. Let us know what you think: @MikeVerkest, @DrJeffJarvis and @EMSLightouse. Subscribe and give us a great rating on Apple Podcast.

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    NAEMSP 2020, Part 1

    NAEMSP 2020, Part 1

    Did y’all make it to NAEMSP 2020 in San Diego? If not, I’m sorry. It was awesome! If you did, you probably had a great time but still missed a lot. There’s just too much going on. Being the research nerds we are, we focused our time on the oral and poster presentations. We interviewed as many investigators as we could. In fact, we recorded more audio than we could fit in one episode. So… we’re cutting them into smaller chunks and will get them out faster than our normal q2 weeks release schedule. Join us as we sit down (or stand up as the case may be) for some great interviews from NAEMSP. As always, we want to hear your feedback. Let us know what you think: @MikeVerkest, @DrJeffJarvis and @EMSLightouse. Subscribe and give us a great rating on Apple Podcast.

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    The EMS Collaborative Podcast

    The EMS Collaborative Podcast

    HAPPY NEW YEARS! We hope you are celebrating 2020 at the NAEMSP National Conference in San Diego. If you're around, stop by and say hi to the PEC podcast team! This year, we teamed up with our brand new podcast partners Mike Verkest (@MikeVerkest)and Dr. Ritu Sahni (@MD59) of the Second Shift Podcast and Dr. Jeffrey Jarvis (@DrJeffJarvis) of the EMS Lighthouse Project for the VERY first bi-annual EMS Collaborative podcast. In this special episode of the EMS Collaborative, we talk about the wonderful world of Mobile Integrated Health (MIH) and ET3. It's a fascinating conversation filled with MIH history, MIH research, editorials, and, of course, checking to see if Dr. Sahni can qualify for medicare. Check out this fun, entertaining, and witty podcast today! As always THANK YOU for listening! Hawnwan Philip Moy MD (@pecpodcast) Scott Goldberg MD, MPH (@EMS_Boston), Jeremiah Escajeda MD, MPH (@jerescajeda), Joelle Donofrio-Odmann DO (@PEMems), Mike Verkest (@MikeVerkest), Ritu Sahni MD (@MD59), Jeffrey Jarvis MD (@DrJeffJarvis), and @FlightBridgeED!

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