Doc G is a critical care trained Physician. He wanted to review some ventilator concepts for the Operators.
This is a great opportunity to review vent issues.
Optimize your performance by maximizing your operational educational and training. Sleep is the foundation of improving your performance by learning and training the skills you need to operate.
Part 2 with Neuroscientist Doc Alger.
Dr Sara Alger is a DOD sleep research scientist and has a PhD in cognitive neuroscience.
She discusses the science of optimally learning and training in regards to the critical role sleep plays in encoding, retaining and retrieving new, complex information.
This is important for all Operators, trainers and educators.
The Thailand Cave Rescue is underway. PJs are on the mission. We will not discuss any details until it is completed.
We are using this opportunity to speak to the FDNY Scuba Team Commanding Officer who is a certified cave diver.
Principles of cave diving.
Similarities and differences from open ocean diving.
Considerations in caves and caverns regarding air quality and oxygen. Issues in rescue.
Follow the rescue and keep the victims, PJs, and other rescuers in your thoughts and prayers. This is a high risk operation.
PJ Josh had a near complete rupture of his ACL and was recommended to undergo surgery, He discusses his injury, the surgeon's recommendations, research he did, and ultimately the process he went through to get a stem cell injection and the outcome.