ketamine is a drug many often times misunderstood and misused. The discussion had in this episode is your deep dive into the history of Ketamine, why we use it in EMS and how we could make administration even easier for Paramedics.
Want to get in the heads of four current EMS providers? The Medic Materials Podcast is a twice monthly podcast that was created to give educational opportunities in the most relaxed fashion we can. EMS is a stressful business and many discussions happen between providers in the Ambulance or in the station. This podcast reflects those internal conversations. We review actual EMS calls as well as have open table discussions on some of the most interesting topics in the EMS world.
Every cardiac arrest call has challenges. In this call review, we focus on two medic providers that have a patient who continues to fight. Hasty choices are made throughout as stress builds. Can this cardiac arrest be turned around or will the situation get the better of the providers?
A cardiac arrest is literally one of the most stressful calls EMS providers go through. We discuss the history, future, drugs, tactics and all things cardiac arrest to better help you the next time an echo priority or a code 99 is dispatched.
A staff on high alert from an abusive asshole and an ems crew tossed into the middle. Will this crew escalate an already volatile explosive scene or will they lead everyone into the calm?
An extremely serious call with dire airway concerns is what we review today! This crew stumbles through a rushed airway procedure without evaluating the consequences of their decisions. We will see if they can produce a positive outcome in the end.
Listener inspired! We dedicate an entire show to a great discussion spurred on by one of our listeners emails. What exactly is an ALS flycar system? We answer that question and MUCH MORE about an EMS system we all in some capacity have our hands in.
Heads are scratched with the 12 Lead obtained on a patient that is surely having a STEMI, until they aren’t…or are they? That is the dilemma this crew faces as they attempt to sort out signs and symptoms consistent with what they should be seeing on the cardiac monitor.
Today is the 1 YEAR ANNIVERSARY of the Medic Materials Podcast and we are going to celebrate but emptying our skeletons from the closet! We take a more relaxed look into our lives and answer a mix of questions from ems to our personal favorites.