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The Retrievals

Serial Productions & The New York Times

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Dozens of women seeking to become mothers came to a fertility clinic at Yale. A (five-part) narrative series about the shocking events that unfolded there. From Serial Productions and The New York Times.
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The aim of this podcast is to discuss and debate prehospital and retrieval medicine--its current practice and controversies. In many ways the philosophy espoused will be that of prehospital critical care. Whereas EMCrit brings upstairs care, downstairs; I aim to bring it out of the hospital. Many prehospital providers are doing this already.
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This week, we're sharing an episode from our friends over at Heavyweight, one we think listeners of The Retrievals would enjoy. You can listen to their new season now, where ever you get your podcasts.द्वारा Serial Productions and The New York Times
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The patients in this story came to the Yale Fertility Center to pursue pregnancy. They began their I.V.F. cycles full of expectation and hope. Then a surgical procedure called egg retrieval caused them excruciating pain. Some of the patients screamed out in the procedure room. Others called the clinic from home to report pain in the hours that foll…
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Hi folks! I chat to Flight MICA paramedic Darren Hodge about his new book : A Life on the Line Show notes: Links: info@darrenhodge.com Web: https://www.darrenhodge.com Podcast ( available here and on iTunes) https://media.blubrry.com/prehospitalpodcast/content.blubrry.com/prehospitalpodcast/PHARM-2019-11-22-238.mp3 Right Click and Choose Save-as to…
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The colleagues of Loretto Harvey, who died while competing in the Townsville Triathlon Festival last weekend say she was caring and selfless. The 50-year-old was well known for her nursing role at the Rural Flying Doctor Service. Report on 7NEWS at 6pm. #7NEWS pic.twitter.com/mVIhEwxPLk — 7NEWS Townsville (@7NewsTownsville) August 30, 2019 https://…
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UBC professor finds ketamine alleviates acute pain during ambulance rides – UBC Faculty of Medicine https://t.co/wQyU9JcNAZ — Minh Le Cong (@ketaminh) June 20, 2019 The Gene Benoit Hi folks! Show notes: Media coverage – ketamine for pain Prehospital Analgesia With Intranasal Ketamine (PAIN-K): A Randomized Double-Blind Trial in Adults Follow these …
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Vera Scantlebury (later Scantlebury-Brown) and Rachel Champion (later Shaw) were two of the first women graduates of the University of Melbourne Medical School. They are pictured here serving at London’s Endell Street Military Hospital, in WW1. Picture: Imperial War Museum . This image and contents of podcast are reproduced here under this Creative…
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Hi folks on todays episode I discuss a recent paper in regard to battlefield analgesia Here’s the abstract: Fluid Resuscitation in Tactical Combat Casualty Care: Yesterday and Today Podcast ( available here and on iTunes) http://media.blubrry.com/prehospitalpodcast/content.blubrry.com/prehospitalpodcast/PHARM-2017-06-20-183.mp3 Right Click and Choo…
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CPRIC-Health Professionals experience with this clinical presentation https://t.co/oNYF1Z5UdF @ketaminh @SASCONSULTPARA @AmbulanceVic — Matt Shepherd (@mattshep71) August 3, 2016 Hi folks, I chat to MICA paramedic Matt Shepherd on CPR induced conciousness. yes its a real thing and yes you should know what to do about it if it happens . Show notes: …
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Podcast ( available here and on iTunes) http://media.blubrry.com/prehospitalpodcast/content.blubrry.com/prehospitalpodcast/PHARM-2015-11-12-131.mp3 Right Click and Choose Save-as to Download the Podcast. Show notes: Management of the acutely agitated patient in a remote location Management of patients with Acute Severe Behavioural Disturbance in Em…
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Hi Folks On today’s show, we chat to our good friends Martin Bromiley and Nicholas Chrimes. They have collaborated to make two new medical education videos to help highlight issues around management of the unexpected difficult airway. They are works of fiction based on the real world event of the death of Martin’s first wife, Elaine Bromiley during…
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Today on the podcast, a quick one to promote SMACC GOLD Abstract submissions and ETM Course Also quick tutorial on IO lines! WARNING! DONT COPY THE DEMONSTRATION VIDEO AT HOME BY TRYING TO DRILL A NEEDLE INTO YOUR OWN BONE! THIS VIDEO WAS DONE BY QUALIFIED DOCTORS SHOW NOTES: Confirmation of intraosseous cannula placement based on pressure measured…
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Hi folks! We have an idea for another FOAMEd educational series..its called GET FOAMEd ( Generalist Education & Training via Free Open Access Meducation) Our intent is to aim it at the rural generalist doctor, remote nurse or paramedic, or if you are working in remote areas and need to make do with less toys and resources. I know we have lots of li…
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Brian and I do a quick case presentation on DSI and retrieval medicine human factorsHi there. Remember Brian, awesome Irish emergency physician, prehospital and retrieval consultant specialist and mate of Cliff Reid, Karel Habig and the greater GSA HEMS team in Sydney? He is back! We talk about a recent DSI case he performed last week where a team …
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Seth and I do a quick overview of the challenges of managing chronic pain presentations in the EDHi there. A week ago, we read a tweet about the challenges of managing chronic pain presentations to the ED. I thought it was worthwhile having a discussion of the options in dealing with such presentations. What we discuss: Harm minimisation strategy w…
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This is Sean, a Canadian respiratory therapist. Tune in and learn about his profession! Hi folks! This interview I talk to Sean Marshall, a respiratory therapist in Ontario, Canada. We do not have this profession in Australia and I believe it is mainly in North America and Canada. So I wanted to learn more about it and the training and daily role t…
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Flight Paramedic Ben Meadley(middle back of picture) tells us about MICA Victoria Hi folks! Ben Meadley has a great prehospital blog. He is proud of his service, MICA Victoria. Things that we talk about during the interview are Adult Retrieval Services in Victoria ( ARV), check out the weblink for some fantastic resources on retrieval medicine! We …
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Hi folks, Dr Bill Hinckley, sent me an awesome audio powerpoint recording on DASH -1 A emergency airway concept Wild Bill has some great ideas on emergency airway management and he has formulated them into a concept he has coined DASH-1A. What is it? Well check it out here for download and your viewing and listening pleasure! (50Mb file) DASH-1A co…
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A tale of two traumas, two women, two continents and two approaches to prehospital care. Introduction In 1996, Lady Diana was in a serious car crash at over 85mph in a Paris tunnel. She and her bodyguard were the only survivors, on arrival of the French prehospital services within twelve minutes. She arrested on extrication and had to be resuscitat…
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