PJ Medcast

A podcast to provide continuing education and on-demand reviews for the Pararescue community. All medical providers with an interest in remote and austere medicine, and rescue in both the tactical and non-tactical settings will find value in the material posted here. PJs - you may log the hours you spend listening to the material in this podcast in your training folders.

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      101. TCCC and MHSRS highlights


      Travis discusses highlights of 2 important mil med meetings in the past month:  TCCC Committee and the Military Health Services Research Symposium.


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      100. Mike Lauria. DOMOPs special needs, PJ transition to flight medic intel


      Mike Lauria is a Med student, prior STS PJ turned Flight Medic. He discusses his experiences as they would be relevant to special needs populations during disaster response and his transition to becoming a Flight Medic which is another great career option if you want to stay operational. 

      Look into Kyle Faudree's training if you are interested in becoming a flight medic at www.iamed.us

      On this September 11 we remember our fallen and honor our police, fire and EMS first ...


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      99. Doc Fedor Part 2. RSA and Intro to Special Needs Populations


      Doc Fedor adds a few notes on RSA.

      In light of civil SAR at Harvey and Irma, we introduce some of the issues surrounding special needs populations.

       

      Look for the Winter Pararescue Foundation ski tour in the Rockies if you need some decompression, or know someone who does.

      Support your foundation at pararescuefoundation.org  


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      98. Rapid Sequence Airway


      Doc Fedor is a civilian Emergency Medicine and EMS Doc who is the Director of the Schoolhouse Paramedic Program. He discusses rapid sequence airway.  A technique unique and specific to pre-hospital medicine in which the patient receives a sedative and paralytic, and a supra-glottic device is intentionally placed.

       

      There are a few slots left for the PJNY Med Course this fall and winter. You can email pjnymedcourse@gmail.com  

      When you go for recert courses after this y...


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      97. MV TAMAR Part 4-med intel


      In the fourth installation of the TAMAR Rescue another PJ discusses the medical care in more detail provided for the two patients.

       

      PJs from around the Nation are supporting Rescue Ops in Texas as this is aired. Think of and pray for all the victims and responders.

       

      http://www.newsday.com/long-island/suffolk/li-national-guard-members-deployed-to-help-harvey-rescue-missions-1.14097670

       

       


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      96. MV TAMAR Mission Part 3-Overview of medical care


      In the third installation of the TAMAR rescue, after infil and ship boarding are complete, Jordan gives an overview of the medical care including the complicated surgical airway.


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      44m
       2017-08-21

      95. MV TAMAR Mission. Part 2.


      In part 2 Jordan discusses parachute insertion, marine surface operations, ship boarding and linking up with the Captain and crew.

       

      Look for the PJNY recert courses in SEP, NOV and FEB. Hosted by the 103rd RQS and NORTHWELL Health System. We have increased our PFC lanes (extended care) since lessons learned on this mish.

       

       


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      25m
       2017-08-14

      94. MV TAMAR Mission Part 1


      Finally- NY PJ Jordan discusses Mission development and MSN planning for this mission in April.  This is the first of several in depth discussions of this highly complex and dynamic night jump into the Atlantic for two burn critical  patients.


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      26m
       2017-08-08

      93. Report of a TECC case


      A Florida SWAT medic reports on a recent shooting he responded to, the care he provided and lessons learned  

      TECC is tactical emergency medical care, the Civilian/ Law Enforcement version of TCCC.


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      24m
       2017-07-31

      92. Chief Jones and the PJ Foundation


      The PJ Foundation is working hard to support the needs of Active and Prior PJs who need help for TBI and PTSD and everything in between.  Chief discusses how the Foundation came into being, its mission, next steps and how important it is for all PJs, CROs and SERE Specialists to support. 

      We need you to share this with you teammates, pipeline buddies and support it with annual contributions and fundraisers.

      Contact the foundation for information about the summer NH trip with ...


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      32m
       2017-07-26