FDNY Doc Zabar discusses smoke inhalation and management. Who better to hear from than an FDNY Emergency Medicine Doc on inhalation injury.
Thanks to all of you, we have reached 500,000 downloads! We have been getting great feedback from all the branches. Thanks for the emails.
Please give this podcast a 5 star rating and review. Apparently it makes it easier for others to find.
Thanks to everyone we have hit 500,000 downloads.
Please hit 5 stars for where you download your podcasts, it makes it easier for people to find PJ MEDCAST.
I am introducing a new format in reviewing Journal articles on pertinent topics.
Just hitting the highlights, easy to digest.
I lost an email from a NAVY Doc - TOM- feel free to resend your request.
Best wishes to our Brother in the Pacific Northwest who is recovering.
See PJMED.com for more intel.
MOAB 13, 14 NOV. If you can't make it we will review the discussions, but you can't enjoy the NY food we will be having!
The new PJ Medical Operations Handbook is posted on the GA Sharepoint.
ACC is determining if there will be a mass printing.
In the meantime Teams can print them locally.
Recent missions with lessons learned on thoracic trauma are briefly discussed.
The med cert has been updated and made more user friendly.
More to follow.
Come to the MOAB in NOV in NY. There will be great mission presentations.
THAT OTHERS MAY LIVE
A SOF Critical Care Flight Medic discusses the emerging interest in Calcium with blood transfusions, its role in clotting.
He also reviews the lethal triad of acidosis, coagulopathy and hypothermia.
Remember to use the first 20 podcasts to review the handbook and the basics.
PJ MOAB in NOV in NYC, there will be many mission presentations. Speak to your Team leadership to attend.
"Mastery of the basics, and conditioning through repetition".