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PJ Medcast

PJ MEDCAST are the podcasts for PJ MED (Pararescue Medicine). Besides PJs, these podcasts may be useful to other Military, Law Enforcement and Civilian Medical Personnel involved in Tactical and Technical Rescue Medicine, and other facets of Operational Medicine. PJs may document the time they spend listening to podcasts as training for their training folders, and also apply towards Paramedic Recertification. This podcast represents the positions of the authors and may not represent the offical position of the Department of the Defense or the United States Government.
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Now displaying: March, 2017
Mar 29, 2017

Dr. Laureen Hill is the Chair of Anesthesiology at Emory University. In this episode, she  discusses controversies regarding intubation, particularly in the pre-hospital setting, the supreme importance of bagging properly, and other lessons learned during decades of training medical providers how to intubate.

 

 

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Mar 21, 2017

In part 2 of our discussion with Bill, he discusses his experience in the Khobar Towers bombing, and the PJs who survived it and then helped organize and manage the CCP for hundreds. 

Get Bill's two books on PJs- Guardian ANGEL and the novel TRICKLOCK, on Amazon or elsewhere where books are sold.

 

Support your brothers at PararescueFoundation.org

 

 

Mar 20, 2017

In this first of two conversations with Ret. PJ Bil Sine, he  discusses the first Pararescue combat jump mission into a minefield. 

 

Remember to support the PJ foundation at pararescuefoundation.org

 

Mar 14, 2017

Doc Smith was a member on the Wilderness Medical Society Guidelines for avalanche safety and rescue. He discusses, avalanche awareness, safety and mitigation protocols,  rescue and resuscitation. 

Here are some links he mentions is the discussion:

http://www.backcountryzero.com/

http://wms.org/research/default.asp?t=pg

http://www.wemjournal.org

http://avalanche.org

 

 

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