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EMS Drug Shortage Report for Jan, 2018

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EMS Drug Shortage Report for Jan, 2018 The drug shortage list continues to grow.  7 new drugs unavailable this week Total now 101 drug preparations short, and 50 IV fluids There was an announcement about Puerto Rico coming back on-line, but no substantive results as yet

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Puerto Rico and Riding Out Hurricane Maria with Dr. Gustavo Flores

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Dr. Gustavo Flores stopped by our podcast booth at EMS World Expo and sat down to share some of his experiences riding out the storm for Hurricane Maria at his home in Puerto Rico back in September. He also talks about getting out and responding to medical emergency calls in and around his community in the hurricane’s aftermath. Also on …

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Carribean Hurricane Irma Strike with Heather Langner

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On the show this week, we chat with medical student Heather Langner who was moving into her apartment in the Caribbean at St. Maarten island where she attended medical school at the American University of the Caribbean. While getting settled with the help of her mother, Hurricane Irma came through and struck the Virgin Islands. As the hurricane struck, the …

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2017 Disaster Year in Review

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In this episode of the Disaster Podcast, we looked at our core podcast team’s picks for best episodes of the previous year. We also looked at the episodes we’re looking forward to going forward into 2018. On the show this week we had Sam Bradley, Dr. Joe Holley from Paragon Medical Education Group, Kyle Nelson, and Jamie Davis. Top Episodes …

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Memphis Community Paramedic Roles in Disasters

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In this episode, we join our friends at Paragon Medical Education Group on the road in Tunica, MS. with an agricultural experience cadaver lab. We talk a little about what they’re teaching in Mississippi then we segue into talking about Memphis Fire Department’s new community paramedic model. On the call from Paragon’s team were: Dr. Joe Holley Paramedic Jim Logan …

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International Disaster Volunteer Opportunities with Mike Noone

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In this episode, we are joined by paramedic Mike Noone (InternationalDisasterVolunteering.com). Mike is a long-time paramedic who moved into public health and disaster response. He eventually wrote a book on his experiences as an international disaster volunteer for those seeking information on how to pursue opportunities in these types of situations. Get How To Be A Disaster Volunteer by Mike …

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Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure (NHERI) with Daniel Zehner

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Daniel Zehner from the DesignSafe Radio podcast joins us on the Disaster Podcast this week. He highlights the research opportunities at NHERI for the major hazard areas they look into: wind, earthquakes, tsunami, coastal erosion, and rapid response after events.  His podcast program focuses on the important work of the team at the Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure (NHERI). NHERI …

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Global Disaster Fiction with Author Sara Hathaway

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Sara Hathaway, Author In this episode, we feature Sara Hathaway, disaster author and podcaster who writes post-apocalyptic fiction about the aftermath of global disaster striking planet-wide. Also on the show this week are Sam Bradley, Dr. Joe Holley from Paragon Medical Education Group, and Jamie Davis, the Podmedic, plus a visit from our disaster weather expert, meteorologist Kyle Nelson. We …

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Fentanyl Contact Overdose Bonus Episode

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On this episode, we talk about something in the news quite frequently now regarding opioid overdose and responder contact overdose when handling or accidentally coming into contact with opioid drugs like Fentanyl. On this episode, we have Dr. Joe Holley from Paragon Medical Education Group and co-hosts Sam Bradley and Jamie Davis. Dr. Joe talks about the facts regarding this …

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EMS Drug Shortage Report for December, 2017

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EMS Drug Shortage Report   My guess is that most of you are aware of worsening drug and IV fluid shortages, but it is likely that the news we are getting at the hospital level is going to be even worse for EMS. The FDA’s site https://www.fda.gov/Drugs/DrugSafety/DrugShortages/default.htm supports all you are hearing.  Hurricane Maria knocked out a lot of manufacturing capability, plus …

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