Dr. Laureen Hill is the Chair of Anesthesiology at Emory university.
In the second discussion with her we focus on:
1. Surpa-glottic airways
2. Role of paralytics beyond sedation
3. Video assisted larygoscopy
4. Aspiration pneumonia as a complication of intubating without a paralytic
This discussion was really good, easy to follow, with great points.
THAT OTHERS MAY LIVE
Dr Allison Brager is a US Army neuroscientist and crossfire athlete. In this first discussion with her she explains why sleep really is important from a scientific perspective that is easy to understand, and the "why's" of sleep habits as well as effects of sleeping/ NO GO pills.
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ALERT- reminder of changes to handbook from DEC 2016 MOAB: 1. Change in needle D. site to only 5th ICS Mid Axillary Line. 2. Addition of combat dose of ketamine for sedation.3. Administer TXA by slow IV push over 2-3 minutes giving a cc at a time.4.Discontinue training upper extremity and thigh fasciotomies, only leg (tip-fib) will remain for training. Do not perform fasciotomy without proper training and sign off. Next MOAB 21-22 JUN.
Doc Powell is an SF Group Surgeon and Army Intensivist (intensive care specialist). he discusses the basic science and practical aspects of what shock is "beyond hypoerfusion of tissues". The science of shock is complex and multifactorial. Doc Powell explains the concepts of tissue damage and the systemic inflammatory response. For those of you who want to understand what shock really is, this is an excellent discussion.
Stay tuned for news of the PJNY /103rd jump mission near the Azores for 2 burn patients last week. A night jump, lots of sophisticated medicine and complex exfil.
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The most frequent book I recommend is the TALENT CODE by Daniel Coyle. He studied how world class performers come to be and discussed the neuroscience behind it. This book was recommended to me by a former BUDS Commander and is part of the foundation of how I perform operational medical training. I encourage anyone who trains operators below them or in schoolhouses to listen to this and read the book.
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