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Tim's Take Away on EMS and Education related topics

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Tim's Take Away on EMS and Education related topics

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Tim's Take Away on EMS clinical topics for EMT, Paramedics, and other healthcare providers as well as thoughts and ideas on education and Ed Tech. The opinions expressed are those of the host and do not represent opinions or views of the host's employers. The information contained in the podcasts does not constitute medical or legal advice.

Latest Episodes

Abdominal, GI and GU Injures for the EMT

In this episode, we talk about injures to the abdomen, the GI and GU areas from the EMT standpoint. When learning about the human body, a lot of folks become confused with the organs inside the abdomen. This episode provides an important realization that being familiar with the locations of the organs will help predict those patients who can experience shock early on and those who may develop life-threatening infections later on. The opinions expressed are those of the host and do not represent opinions or views of the host's employers. The information contained in the podcasts does not constitute medical or legal advice.

43 MINAPR 5
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Abdominal, GI and GU Injures for the EMT

Spinal and Traumatic Brain Injuries for the EMT

In this episode, we talk about spinal injuries and the different types of Traumatic Brain Injuries from the EMT standpoint. This area is often one that is confusing for many EMT students. Because many testing locations will require the demonstration of Supine Immobilization and potentially seated immobilization. These are skills that are not utilized as much anymore. However, it is still a skill that must be taught to evaluate a need. Referenced the National Model Clinical Guidelines www.nasemso.org The opinions expressed are those of the host and do not represent opinions or views of the host's employers. The information contained in the podcasts does not constitute medical or legal advice.

59 MINAPR 5
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Spinal and Traumatic Brain Injuries for the EMT

Soft Tissue, Bleeding, and Orthopedic Injuries for EMTs

This episode is dealing with bleeding, soft tissue, and orthopedic injuries. These areas frequently overlap each other. To me, it makes sense that these areas are then combined or talked about together. This is a longer episode that covers a lot of material. I struggled to decide on breaking it up but I didn't like the places I was going to put the breaks! SO I am leaving that up to you the listener! Enjoy! The opinions expressed are those of the host and do not represent opinions or views of the host's employers. The information contained in the podcasts does not constitute medical or legal advice.

104 MINMAR 24
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Soft Tissue, Bleeding, and Orthopedic Injuries for EMTs

Shock For The EMT

In this episode of Tim's Take Away, I discuss shock. This episode expands on some of the basic pathophysiology of shock. Why we look for the signs and symptoms gives us a great indication that a patient is in shock. I make mention in the podcast, if you are concerned about some of the subject matter discussed here, check out my Human Body Review on my YouTube page. www.youtube.com/timr2715 The opinions expressed are those of the host and do not represent opinions or views of the host's employers. The information contained in the podcasts does not constitute medical or legal advice.

52 MINMAR 22
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Shock For The EMT

Pharmacology for the EMT

This episode of Tim's Take Away is the basics of Pharmacology for the EMT Student. We will talk about the routes of medication administration, what the indications and contraindications of a medication mean. We just brush over the common medications EMTs may use. This episode will not dive deeply into them but will provide examples. Mentions from the podcastMedical Errorshttps://www.ted.com/talks/brian_goldman_doctors_make_mistakes_can_we_talk_about_that?language=en Common Medication Endingshttps://images.app.goo.gl/yppiQdPxnuoaNp5A9 BVM Flow Demohttps://youtu.be/aH0emTWsrA4 The opinions expressed are those of the host and do not represent opinions or views of the host's employers. The information contained in the podcasts does not constitute medical or legal advice.

49 MINMAR 22
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Pharmacology for the EMT

Immunological Emergencies, EMT

In this episode, we will provide a general overview of the most common, and often scary, emergency in EMS. The allergic reaction or anaphylaxis. This episode provides a general discussion as to the immune systems over exaggeration to an invader. While we do not get into the specific release of immunological hormones, we do discuss some common reactions and how to distinguish between an allergic reaction and anaphylaxis. The link below provides some evidence-based treatment from the World Allergy Organization. Definitely a good read for any healthcare provider! https://waojournal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1097/WOX.0b013e318211496c#Sec12 The opinions expressed are those of the host and do not represent opinions or views of the host's employers. The information contained in the podcasts does not constitute medical or legal advice.

22 MIN2019 JUL 6
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Immunological Emergencies, EMT

EMT Face and Neck Trauma

This episode covers common trauma-related emergencies found to the face and neck. Topic includes a general review of the anatomy, common injuries, assessment tips, and common treatments. The opinions expressed are those of the host and do not represent opinions or views of the host's employers. The information contained in the podcasts does not constitute medical or legal advice.

35 MIN2019 JUL 5
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EMT Face and Neck Trauma

Toxicological Emergencies, EMT

This episode deals with Toxicological Emergencies. From some general considerations of scene safety, PPE, and introducing some common toxidromes. This episode demonstrates the importance of knowing how to recognize the signs and symptoms of specific families of toxins. Here are some links mentioned in the podcast! This is on Chemical Suicidehttps://chemm.nlm.nih.gov/chemicalsuicide.htm Want to know what the toxicologist groups have to say about exposure to some opiates?https://www.acmt.net/_Library/Positions/Fentanyl_PPE_Emergency_Responders_.pdf The opinions expressed are those of the host and do not represent opinions or views of the host's employers. The information contained in the podcasts does not constitute medical or legal advice.

49 MIN2019 MAY 25
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Toxicological Emergencies, EMT

Uh Oh Student Remediation for the Educator

This episode is primarily focused on the EMS instructor/educator. If you are a student who is preparing or attempting to take the certification exam you too will find some useful information in here as well. Here are links which are mentioned in this podcast. www.nremt.orghttps://www.ems.gov/education.htmlBloom’s TaxonomyPractice Analysis National EMS Scope of Practice NREMT Cognitive exam informationSlaying the National Registry Test Dragon10-minute medic podcastContact me at timr2715@me.com The opinions expressed are those of the host and do not represent opinions or views of the host's employers. The information contained in the podcasts does not constitute medical or legal advice.

30 MIN2019 MAY 4
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Uh Oh Student Remediation for the Educator

Neurological Emergencies for the EMT

In this episode of Tim's Take Away, we discuss neurological emergencies, such as stroke, seizures, and medical conditions which affect the nervous system. Need to review some Anatomy? https://youtu.be/MqvlSh2z7b4(Human Body 1)https://youtu.be/0J77febszLc(Human Body 2) The opinions expressed are those of the host and do not represent opinions or views of the host's employers. The information contained in the podcasts does not constitute medical or legal advice.

39 MIN2019 MAY 3
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Neurological Emergencies for the EMT

Latest Episodes

Abdominal, GI and GU Injures for the EMT

In this episode, we talk about injures to the abdomen, the GI and GU areas from the EMT standpoint. When learning about the human body, a lot of folks become confused with the organs inside the abdomen. This episode provides an important realization that being familiar with the locations of the organs will help predict those patients who can experience shock early on and those who may develop life-threatening infections later on. The opinions expressed are those of the host and do not represent opinions or views of the host's employers. The information contained in the podcasts does not constitute medical or legal advice.

43 MINAPR 5
Comments
Abdominal, GI and GU Injures for the EMT

Spinal and Traumatic Brain Injuries for the EMT

In this episode, we talk about spinal injuries and the different types of Traumatic Brain Injuries from the EMT standpoint. This area is often one that is confusing for many EMT students. Because many testing locations will require the demonstration of Supine Immobilization and potentially seated immobilization. These are skills that are not utilized as much anymore. However, it is still a skill that must be taught to evaluate a need. Referenced the National Model Clinical Guidelines www.nasemso.org The opinions expressed are those of the host and do not represent opinions or views of the host's employers. The information contained in the podcasts does not constitute medical or legal advice.

59 MINAPR 5
Comments
Spinal and Traumatic Brain Injuries for the EMT

Soft Tissue, Bleeding, and Orthopedic Injuries for EMTs

This episode is dealing with bleeding, soft tissue, and orthopedic injuries. These areas frequently overlap each other. To me, it makes sense that these areas are then combined or talked about together. This is a longer episode that covers a lot of material. I struggled to decide on breaking it up but I didn't like the places I was going to put the breaks! SO I am leaving that up to you the listener! Enjoy! The opinions expressed are those of the host and do not represent opinions or views of the host's employers. The information contained in the podcasts does not constitute medical or legal advice.

104 MINMAR 24
Comments
Soft Tissue, Bleeding, and Orthopedic Injuries for EMTs

Shock For The EMT

In this episode of Tim's Take Away, I discuss shock. This episode expands on some of the basic pathophysiology of shock. Why we look for the signs and symptoms gives us a great indication that a patient is in shock. I make mention in the podcast, if you are concerned about some of the subject matter discussed here, check out my Human Body Review on my YouTube page. www.youtube.com/timr2715 The opinions expressed are those of the host and do not represent opinions or views of the host's employers. The information contained in the podcasts does not constitute medical or legal advice.

52 MINMAR 22
Comments
Shock For The EMT

Pharmacology for the EMT

This episode of Tim's Take Away is the basics of Pharmacology for the EMT Student. We will talk about the routes of medication administration, what the indications and contraindications of a medication mean. We just brush over the common medications EMTs may use. This episode will not dive deeply into them but will provide examples. Mentions from the podcastMedical Errorshttps://www.ted.com/talks/brian_goldman_doctors_make_mistakes_can_we_talk_about_that?language=en Common Medication Endingshttps://images.app.goo.gl/yppiQdPxnuoaNp5A9 BVM Flow Demohttps://youtu.be/aH0emTWsrA4 The opinions expressed are those of the host and do not represent opinions or views of the host's employers. The information contained in the podcasts does not constitute medical or legal advice.

49 MINMAR 22
Comments
Pharmacology for the EMT

Immunological Emergencies, EMT

In this episode, we will provide a general overview of the most common, and often scary, emergency in EMS. The allergic reaction or anaphylaxis. This episode provides a general discussion as to the immune systems over exaggeration to an invader. While we do not get into the specific release of immunological hormones, we do discuss some common reactions and how to distinguish between an allergic reaction and anaphylaxis. The link below provides some evidence-based treatment from the World Allergy Organization. Definitely a good read for any healthcare provider! https://waojournal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1097/WOX.0b013e318211496c#Sec12 The opinions expressed are those of the host and do not represent opinions or views of the host's employers. The information contained in the podcasts does not constitute medical or legal advice.

22 MIN2019 JUL 6
Comments
Immunological Emergencies, EMT

EMT Face and Neck Trauma

This episode covers common trauma-related emergencies found to the face and neck. Topic includes a general review of the anatomy, common injuries, assessment tips, and common treatments. The opinions expressed are those of the host and do not represent opinions or views of the host's employers. The information contained in the podcasts does not constitute medical or legal advice.

35 MIN2019 JUL 5
Comments
EMT Face and Neck Trauma

Toxicological Emergencies, EMT

This episode deals with Toxicological Emergencies. From some general considerations of scene safety, PPE, and introducing some common toxidromes. This episode demonstrates the importance of knowing how to recognize the signs and symptoms of specific families of toxins. Here are some links mentioned in the podcast! This is on Chemical Suicidehttps://chemm.nlm.nih.gov/chemicalsuicide.htm Want to know what the toxicologist groups have to say about exposure to some opiates?https://www.acmt.net/_Library/Positions/Fentanyl_PPE_Emergency_Responders_.pdf The opinions expressed are those of the host and do not represent opinions or views of the host's employers. The information contained in the podcasts does not constitute medical or legal advice.

49 MIN2019 MAY 25
Comments
Toxicological Emergencies, EMT

Uh Oh Student Remediation for the Educator

This episode is primarily focused on the EMS instructor/educator. If you are a student who is preparing or attempting to take the certification exam you too will find some useful information in here as well. Here are links which are mentioned in this podcast. www.nremt.orghttps://www.ems.gov/education.htmlBloom’s TaxonomyPractice Analysis National EMS Scope of Practice NREMT Cognitive exam informationSlaying the National Registry Test Dragon10-minute medic podcastContact me at timr2715@me.com The opinions expressed are those of the host and do not represent opinions or views of the host's employers. The information contained in the podcasts does not constitute medical or legal advice.

30 MIN2019 MAY 4
Comments
Uh Oh Student Remediation for the Educator

Neurological Emergencies for the EMT

In this episode of Tim's Take Away, we discuss neurological emergencies, such as stroke, seizures, and medical conditions which affect the nervous system. Need to review some Anatomy? https://youtu.be/MqvlSh2z7b4(Human Body 1)https://youtu.be/0J77febszLc(Human Body 2) The opinions expressed are those of the host and do not represent opinions or views of the host's employers. The information contained in the podcasts does not constitute medical or legal advice.

39 MIN2019 MAY 3
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Neurological Emergencies for the EMT
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