First Responders, First Aid First On Scene

This episode gives my take on First Responders and the important role they play in EMS. But how they are often glossed over. Get your Trial access to Turbo Medic On Demand by...

Trauma Hemorrhage and Shock | EMS Study Help Tips

This episode of the Monday Minutes continues with Trauma and focuses on key elements when it comes to hemorrhage and shock. Get your Trial access to Turbo Medic On Demand by joining the ranks...

“OK, We’ll Go.”

With those words, or maybe similar words, General Dwight D. Eisenhower committed Allied troops to the invasion of France. The original plan was to go on June 5th, but the weather was too bad and...

Roma Liberata

June 5, 1944 Rome was liberated by the Allies. This was a big deal, although it did not mark the end of the Italian campaign. The Allies invaded the island of Sicily in early July...

The Battle of Midway

Just about six months after the Imperian Japanese Navy (IJN) attacked the United States Naval and Army bases at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, the United States Navy handed the IJN a stunning defeat on the...

Closed chest compressions reduce survival in an animal model of haemorrhage-induced traumatic cardiac arrest

    This is an animal study, rather than a human study, but it has fewer disadvantages than the usual animal studies of medical cardiac arrest. Animals do not develop the comorbidities that humans do, but...

The Art of Emergency Nursing Podcast

I was honored to be the guest on the Art of Emergency Nursing podcast for EMS Week. Give it a listen!

For You EMS Types…

… there’s a new episode of the Inside EMS podcast, recorded live at the Initial Assessment Conference in Lake Placid, New York. Check it out here!

Memorial Day

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Ghost Rider In The Sky

The United States Air force has reactivated a B52H from the “boneyard” at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. The plane will replace one that was destroyed in a crash three years. A B-52H Nicknamed “Wise Guy”...