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June 2017 EMS Drug Shortage Report

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June 2017 EMS Drug Shortage Report The drug shortage issue got worse today, with the recall of more bicarbonate due to contamination of several lots of the medication Many of you have already become aware of this locally, but the national picture is getting worse. Hopefully all of you processed the advisory I sent you on Friday regarding the extension …

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Major Event Planning with Samaritan EMS and Chris Prutzman

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In this episode, we bring back paramedic educator and manager Chris Prutzman to talk about his experience coordinating with Tinker U.S. Air Force base for EMS response and major community event planning. Before we got to that part of the show, Kyle Nelson, our Disaster Weather Expert came on the show to explain a storm system that struck Colorado, Wyoming and …

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EMS Research and Disaster Response with Catherine Counts

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This short episode from the archives was recorded at EMS World Expo 2016 with Sam Bradley and Jamie Davis joined by special guest Catherine Counts talking about EMS Research and its importance in helping create best practices for our providers during all sorts of responses. Check it out. Check out this episode and if you have questions, leave them here …

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Hurricane Season 2017 Atlantic Forecast

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This week on the Disaster Podcast co-hosts Jamie Davis, the Podmedic, and Sam Bradley are joined by their regular guest and weather expert Kyle Nelson. Kyle spends some time explaining the thought process behind the National Hurricane Center’s 2017 Atlantic basin hurricane season forecast. Also on the call was Dr. Joe Holley who also recently experienced some extreme weather in …

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Refugee Care in Conflict Zones Part 2

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In this episode of the Disaster Podcast, we pick up with part two of last week’s episode with nursing student Raya Zoe El-Khoury Cupler. Raya is a junior at Chamberlain College of Nursing in Columbus, Ohio, has dedicated her time to working with refugee organizations delivering medical care to refugees of war and conflict zones in the Middle East. In addition …

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Drug Shortage Report for May, 2017

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Drug Shortages for May 2017. It appears we are again experiencing significant shortages in many drugs frequently used by  Emergency Services.  Pfizer (former Hospira) provided backorder information on their prefilleds. IMS is releasing some quantities each month but not able to give any forward projections on fulfillment or when they will be off of backorder completely. D10 bags have been …

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Refugee Care in Conflict Zones Part 1

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In this episode of the Disaster Podcast, we welcome Raya Zoe El-Khoury Cupler. Raya is a junior at Chamberlain College of Nursing in Columbus, Ohio, has dedicated her time to working with refugee organizations delivering medical care to refugees of war and conflict zones in the Middle East. In addition to her global health work, Raya serves as Director North …

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First Response Media Covering Ferguson, Missouri Riots

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Ray Kemp, CEO/Producer In this special episode, we bring an interview we did at EMS World Expo 2016 where Sam Bradley interviewed first responder filmmaker Ray Kemp from Triple Zilch Productions. Ray and his team specialize in content for and about first responders. During the Ferguson, Missouri riots, Ray Kemp took a camera team down to record Christian Hospital EMS …

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Tornadoes, Safety, Response, and Preparedness

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This week on the Disaster Podcast, hosts Jamie Davis and Sam Bradley are joined by their disaster weather expert, Kyle Nelson (@wxKyleNelson). Also on the call is past guest Chris Prutzman from Moore Oklahoma, and podcast regular Dr. Joe Holley from Paragon Medical Education Group.The topic for the show is an in-depth look at tornadoes. Kyle reports 636 confirmed tornadoes …

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Snake Bite Myths with Dr. Ben Abo (part 2)

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Make sure you check out part one of this episode from last week! In part two of the episode, we look at what to carry for snake bite during disaster response. Basic wide bandages, duct tape, quick clot bandages and general first aid supplies are what Dr. Ben Abo (benabo@ufl.edu) carries when traveling to wilderness locations. Dr. Joe Holley and the …

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