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Brandon Carey and Jason Grady discuss evidence based medicine in EMS, the culture of EMS professionals, and what they face on a day to day basis.

Medic Class Citizen Brandon Carey, Jason Grady

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 27 Ratings

Brandon Carey and Jason Grady discuss evidence based medicine in EMS, the culture of EMS professionals, and what they face on a day to day basis.

    Leadership 6 - Lessons from Ukraine, with Chris VanBrenk

    Leadership 6 - Lessons from Ukraine, with Chris VanBrenk

    Join us as we sit down with our friend Chris VanBrenk- former US Army Special Forces Officer, Delta team member, and Green Beret, as well as current Paramedic and paramedic instructor. Chris has a unique set of skills, and found an opportunity to utilize all of those skills for good when he and a surgical group traveled to Ukraine at the beginning of the Russia invasion to teach tactical combat casualty care to civilians, as well as provide any medical relief that was possible. 

    Listen to the conversation, because any type of introduction just doesn't do it justice. 

    Find more about Chris in our previous episodes where we feature him, as well as check out his blog and instagram at Morphine and Mindfulness. 

     

    • 59 min
    | 32 | Sonothrombolysis, with Dr. Thomas Porter and Paul Braum

    | 32 | Sonothrombolysis, with Dr. Thomas Porter and Paul Braum

    Join us in this episode as we hear from an expert cardiologist and professor of internal medicine, Dr. Thomas Porter. Dr. Porter and his team have been researching an exciting new therapy that can be utilized during STEMI and CVA care, known as Sonothrombolysis. This exciting research is bringing ultra sound from the world of diagnostic tool, to interventional therapy- and Dr. Porter believes EMS has an important role in the future of this therapy. 

    • 28 min
    | 31 | The Anatomy of Ultrasound, Featuring Paul Braum

    | 31 | The Anatomy of Ultrasound, Featuring Paul Braum

    In this episode, we sit down with an expert cardiac sonographer of more than 40 years, Paul Braum, to discuss the history, development, and future of ultrasound. Listen as Paul walks us through the beginnings of ultrasound, and how we have reached the point of potentially viewing ultrasound as a pre-hospital diagnostic tool. Paul is a champion of EMS, and believes with the right training, EMS can certainly make a huge impact on successful patient outcomes through the use of point of care ultrasound (POCUS) testing in the field. 

     

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    • 1 hr 9 min
    HP2 - Ginger Locke | EMS Education

    HP2 - Ginger Locke | EMS Education

    Join us in the second installment of our High Performers Series, where we bring back our great friend, Ginger Locke (Medic Mindset). In this discussion, we focus on EMS Initial Education, and how Ginger utilizes several methods to connect with her students, as well as how her background has built her to be the high performing educator that she is today. 

    • 44 min
    Leadership | 5 | Become Comfortable Being Uncomfortable - With Chris vanBrenk

    Leadership | 5 | Become Comfortable Being Uncomfortable - With Chris vanBrenk

    Join us in the 5th installment of our Leadership Series as we bring back our good friend Chris vanBrenk (former Army Special Forces Officer, GoRuck Cadre, founder of Morphine & Mindfulness, Yoga Instructor, current Paramedic and Paramedic Instructor). In this discussion, we talk with Chris about a concept that is near to his heart, which is becoming comfortable being uncomfortable. Chris has extensive experience with this concept from his military career, and can now provide a positive impact to civilians and EMS providers by helping us develop mental processes and habits that create the ability to perform under chaotic conditions. 


     


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    • 1 hr 11 min
    |30| JOURNAL REVIEW - EtCO2 Predicts Mortality & Mass Transfusion

    |30| JOURNAL REVIEW - EtCO2 Predicts Mortality & Mass Transfusion

    Join us in |30| JOURNAL REVIEW - EtCO2 Predicts Mortality & Mass Transfusion as we look at a study performed by EAST (Eastern Association of Surgery and Trauma). This study investigates the validity of using end tidal capnography and capnometry to predict the need for massive transfusion and the likelihood of mortality in intubated trauma patients. 


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    • 35 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

Moonpie9654 ,

Very good podcast

I have been really enjoying these informative podcasts. Thank you!

katimac37 ,

Grady is the bomb

As a former Lanier tech student for EMT and Paramedic school. I enjoy listening to these podcasts. I had Jason Grady as an instructor for EMT-I in 2010 and I enjoyed listening to him teach then and now, especially attending the STEMI summits and other places he speaks. If you have a chance I’d highly recommend listening to these! Very insightful and easy to listen too. ❤️ Katie

Glory to the King! ,

The best

Super great content delivered in a fun and entertaining matter! Dry material becomes lively and interesting due to the narration by the presenters. An authentic outlet for those of us still on an ambulance. Highly recommended.

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