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The FlightBridgeED Podcast

Pre-hospital, critical care, and emergency medicine education podcast presenting the latest evidence-based medicine, case studies and more in an easy to understand format that you can listen to on the way to work, in the gym, or whenever you have a little spare time for learning!

launch iconLaunched Nov 2012     cogwheelIn Production     manHosted by Eric Bauer


 
NOV
10

HEAVEN the new LEMONS

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In this episode of The FlightBridgED Podcast, Eric and Dave Olvera carve out some time while they are on the road to talk about airway management preparation strategies. Dave has invested many years of his professional career investigating, and researching, among other important projects, how to best optimize intubation success. For as long as I can remember, we have used difficult airway predictors in our field practice, such as LEMON(S), to help prepare for eventualities when placing an endotracheal tube. Dave and his colleagues have determined that those predictors are great, but may not be as applicable to field intubations. With mountains of research at hand the HEAVEN criteria was created, along with best-practice strategies for increasing intubation success in an ever-changing environment. Join us for this episode as Eric and Dave discuss HEAVEN criteria, and more! Download, rate, and review wherever you get your podcast. Each review is so important to our success. Your reviews on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher, or other platforms help to make us a recommended podcast so we are more visible, and easily discovered. If you believe in the value of what FlightBridgeED brings in this podcast, please take a few minutes and write a short review. We couldn’t make this podcast without you! 

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OCT
30

Fallacy, or Fact?

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In this episode of The FlightBridgED Podcast, Eric Bauer, Mike Verkest, and Tyler Christifulli gather round to discuss some of the industries current patient care fallacies… and facts! When we learn new concepts, we often find ourself joining the bandwagon, or joining of the misfits. Not all concepts are grounded in fact, and those that are grounded in fact should have their source evaluated before taking it as gospel. In our exciting age of free, open access to think, discuss, and discover it’s also important to learn responsibly! Join the guys as they take on some of the largest elephants in the room in this episode of The FlightBridgeED Podcast. Download, rate, and review wherever you get your podcast. Remember that reviews are key to keeping us high on the charts where your friends and colleagues can find us easily. We couldn’t make this podcast without you! Thanks so much for listening.

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