Series: EMS 20/20

Gut Feeling

A psychic EMT makes a prediction… but are his psychic abilities any match for another responders experience? Does anyone even make a mistake in this episode? Find out as the guys explore an unpredictable (maybe) call!

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Everything But The Gun

In this week’s episode, Spencer and Chris dissect a call where two problems met: a tired crew and an oddly presenting patient. Did the crew overcome their fatigue to perform in a way that makes EMS proud? Spoiler: Nope.

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When School Gets It Wrong

Chris and Spencer examine a call where a patient goes from pretty OK to really, really bad. Is this something that school could have prepared the crew for? Or is this one of those reality check moments?

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Help Wanted!

An unusual pairing of Paramedics in an unusual setting in an unfamiliar area creates for an ungood circumstance. Spencer and Chris go the distance in dissecting a call that takes place in the middle of a foot race!

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This Shouldn’t Be Happening…

The guys review a substantially disjointed call in which a patient is coded… or are they? How can a densely, perhaps even over-resourced system miss THIS?

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Forgetting How To Walk

Leading your first code with minimal resources can be likened to being birthed as a baby giraffe learning what legs are for. Spencer and Chris review a new Paramedic doing exactly that as they come back with another episode aimed at helping new providers climb those first hurdles!

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Four Years Versus Twelve Leads

Spencer nerds out over an interesting 12-lead and flexes his EKG knowledge as the guys analyze a call in which a responder misses a STEMI… or did he?

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Wait… You Did What?

Crew’s respond to a care facility where a medication was given incorrectly… and that’s not even the worst thing that happens… Listen to this weeks episode of EMS 20/20 to find out how a bad situation can be made even worse!

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Going the Distance

What happens when a patient starves themselves (almost) to death? What’s the difference between a clinical overreaction and a Dr. House moment? In an EMS 20/20 first ever double header, the guys explore two calls with some unique challenges and an overarching theme.

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Soft Touch for a Hard Hit

Alcohol, boyfriends, alcohol, a dog, and more alcohol. Spencer and Chris analyze a call where an experienced crew deal with an untrusting patient, a loud (but hilarious) boyfriend, and a dog named Falcor that really couldn’t care less.

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