EMRAP and AIR Respiratory (March 2020)

in Asynchronous Learning
March 30th, 2020

AIR: https://www.aliemu.com/courses/respiratory-2019/

EM:RAP for Asynchronous Learning! For credit, first, listen to the entire podcast. Your participation in the discussion board here is your attestation that you have listened and engaged with the content in a meaningful way.

EM:RAP: https://www.emrap.org/episode/emrap2020march/poolside

When you have finished listening to the podcast, answer the following questions:

1. Please list three things you learned from this podcast that you were not aware of before.
2. Are there any areas of your practice that you would change after listening to this podcast? If so, what would you do differently?
3. What topics mentioned in this podcast is considered too “bleeding edge” (ex. too new, lacks enough evidence, not ready for prime time). Are there any practices mentioned in this podcast that you would consider to not be applicable to our practice setting here at BMC?

One Comment on EMRAP and AIR Respiratory (March 2020)

  • Please list three things you learned from this podcast that you were not aware of before.
    When performing CPR in the field for drowning patients, 1) Focus on crowd control 2) Emphasize oxygenation first since most of these arrests are due to hypoxia. 3) Expect a large amount of liquid/foam/emesis to come out of the patient’s mouth as you do compressions.

    Are there any areas of your practice that you would change after listening to this podcast? If so, what would you do differently?
    From now when I contact consultants I will make sure to not only document who I spoke with, what time we spoke but also outline the key points of the discussion.
    What topics mentioned in this podcast is considered too “bleeding edge” (ex. too new, lacks enough evidence, not ready for prime time).

    Are there any practices mentioned in this podcast that you would consider to not be applicable to our practice setting here at BMC?
    I enjoyed learning about acute mountain sickness, High Altitude Cerebral Edema and High Altitude Pulmonary Edema but I don’t anticipate we will have patients presenting with these diagnoses at BMC.

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