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.
| 42 | Introduction to Cardiogenic Shock
Join us in | 42 | as we kickoff the foundation for several up and coming episodes revolving around the subject of cardiogenic shock. In this episode, Jason and Brandon discuss the basic pathophysiologic principles of cardiogenic shock, and how it differs both in diagnosis and treatment from other more prominent forms of shock. This episode also features a recent classification system that categorizes phases of cardiogenic shock to help the clinician determine treatment, destination decision, and patient acuity. Use the cover art to follow along as Jason breaks down each category.
Check out www.scai.org and www.medicclasscitizen.com for more information.
| 41 Maternal Fetal Mortality for EMS Providers, Featuring Dr. Jane Ellis
Listen as we sit down with fetal maternal expert physician, Dr. Jane Ellis, and discuss the current state of maternal mortality and fetal mortality in the world and the United States at large. Hear as Dr. Ellis identifies principles for EMS providers to know, as well as epidemiologic information showing shocking statistics that uncover medical disparities.
| 40 | Push Dose Pressors in EMS, with Doc Allen
In this episode, we sit down with emergency physician and EMS medical director, Dr. Jon Allen, and discuss the application of push dose pressors in the EMS setting, particularly regarding ground transport. For more info on Doc Allen, hit up our previous episode where we introduce him.
| 39 | Avive Part 2: The 4-Minute-City and AED Reveal
Join us as we continue our discussion about the 4-Minute-City project with Avive Co-founders Rory Beyer and Sameer Jafri. In the end of this episode, we also have the opportunity for an AED reveal.
Learn more about Avive Solutions and the 4 Minute City project at www.avive.life
| 38 | Reinventing EMS Con-ED, with Tyler Christifulli & Samuel Ireland (FOAM Frat)
Tyler Christifulli and Samuel Ireland are flight paramedics and co-founders of the project, FOAM Frat. Listen as Sam and Tyler discuss the beginning of FOAM Frat as a blog and podcast, and how it evolved to the revolutionary continuing education platform that it is today. Find out more about FOAM Frat by visiting www.foamfrat.com, @foamfrat on Instagram and Facebook, and @FOAMfratStudios on YouTube. www.medicclasscitizen.com
| 37 | Avive Solutions & The 4-Minute-City (Part 1), with Sameer Jafri & Rory Beyer
Rory Beyer and Sameer Jafri introduce their revolutionary "connected" smart AED and the 4-Minute-City Project. This episode is the story of how Avive was born, and the vision of how Avive can solve the discrepancies that are present in how we approach out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Make sure to watch this episode for an introduction to Rory and Sameer, but keep an eye out for Part 2, where Rory and Sameer introduce the 4-Minute-City and reveal the Avive Connect AED.
Very good podcast
I have been really enjoying these informative podcasts. Thank you!
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
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.