PCRF Podcasts

Below are all the PCRF podcasts.

Podcast title Abstract authors Podcast datesort descending Keywords Link
The Effect of Field and Clinical Experience on EMT Students Taking The EMT Readiness Exam Kathi Ricketts Feb 2010 EMT Exams
Research on the HOBET Exam Heather Davis Mar 2010 Exams HOBET
The Effect of Patient Acuity on Frequency of Paramedic Student Team Leads Todd Cage, John Gosford Apr 2010 Patient Acuity Student
The Role of Paramedic Schools in Preparing Students for Pre-employment Testing and The Physical Demands of Emergency Medical Services Todd Cage, Chris Russi MD May 2010 Paramedic Education Testing
Affect of High Flow Oxygen Michael Austin MD Jun 2010 Oxygen Pulmonary
The Scoop Stretcher G. Del Rossi, GR. Rechtin, BP. Conrad Jul 2010 Scoop Stretcher Spine
The ResQTrial Tom Aufderheide MD, Frascone MD Aug 2010 CPR ResQpod ResQPump
Recent Research On Chest Decompression Sep 2010 Chest Decompression
A New Paper On Endotracheal Intubation Johnathan Studnek, MD Oct 2010 Endotrachial Intubation
Recent Research In Blood Gasses Touger, MD Nov 2010 Gasses Carboxyhemoglobin
A Discussion Of The Carbon Footprint Of EMS Ian Blanchard, Lawrence Brown Dec 2010 Carbon Pollution
Using A Regional Dashboard To Manage Resources McLeod, MD Jan 2011 Dashboard Ambulance
Recent Research On IV Fluid In Trauma Cases Haut, MD Feb 2011 IV Fluid Trauma
Police Transport VS. EMS Transport Band, MD Mar 2011 Transport Police
EtCO2 As A Predictive Tool Kartal, MD Apr 2011 ETco2 Metabolic Acidosis
How Physically Fit Is Your Typical Firefighter? Walker S. C. Poston, PhD, MPH May 2011 Obesity Fitness Firefighter
Antiemetic Therapy In The Emergency Department Tyler W. Barrett, MD Jun 2011 Ondansetron Metoclopramide Promethazine Placebo
Can Education Decrease Symptoms Of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)? Leo Wolmer Jul 2011 PTSD Child Pediatric
Paramedic Perception of Medication Calculation Ability Christopher Shane Henderson Aug 2011 Medication Calculations
Missing The Mark: An Assessment of Paramedic's Ability to Correctly Perform Medication Calculations Christopher Shane Henderson Sep 2011 Medication Calculations
Two Studies On Prehospital ST Elevation Myocardial Infarctions Worman, MD Oct 2011 ST-elevation Myocardial Infarctions
Paramedic Asessment In The Prehospital Setting Leads To Appropriate Home Hospital Service Referral Glenn Arendts, MD Nov 2011 Assesment Paramedic Home
After Administering Naloxone For A Heroin Overdose, Can It Be Safe To Let Alert And Oriented Patients Refuse Transportation To The Hospital? DA. Wampler MD, DK. Molina MD, J. McManus MD Dec 2011 Naloxone Heroine Overdose
Do All Patients Need To Be Evaluated By A Physician After Exposure From Conducted Energy Weapon? Wilkie MD, Boseman MD, Chan MD Jan 2012 Energy Weapon Taser
Is A Supraglottic Airway Superior To An Endotracheal Tube And Will It Take Less Time For Correct Placement? Ralph J. Frascone MD, Christopher Russi MD, Charles Lick MD Feb 2012 Endotrachial Intubation Supraglottic Airway
Does Pre-hospital Intubation For Traumatic Brain Injuries Increase Mortality Rate 5 Fold? Marko Bukur MD Mar 2012 Intubation Mortality Brain
A Research Article About A Specific Sternal IO Device Has Mixed Reviews Beyers MD Apr 2012 Intraosseous
A Research Paper That Might Provoke A Different Approach For Behavioral Emergencies Gregory Larkin, Annette Botreas May 2012 Ketamine Suicide Depression
Dr. Aufderheide and Dr. Franscone Discuss the Results of The Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium Study Tom Aufderheide MD, RJ. Frascone, MD Jun 2012 Rhythm Cardiac
Transportation Of A Septic Patient RA. Band, DF. Gaieski, JH. Hylton Jul 2012 Sepsis
Where And When Should You Obtain Intraosseous Access? Rosalyn Reades MD, Johnathan Studneck PhD, Steven Vandeventer Aug 2012 Intraosseous Vascular
Does Epinephrine Increase Survivability for Prehospital Cardiac Arrest? Ian G. Jacobs MD, JC. Finn, GA. Jelineck Sep 2012 Adrenaline Epinephrine Placebo
Should EMS Providers Use An Ultrasound Device to Detect Cardiac Contractions in Profound Hypotension? G. Aichinger, MD Oct 2012 Ultrasound Cardiac Hypotension
Is Working As An Emergency Medical Technician One of The Most Dangerous Jobs? Audrey A. Reichard, SM Marsh Nov 2012 Injury Danger Fatality EMS
How Important Is It To Get Enough Sleep Before Your Next Shift On The Ambulance? Dec 2012 Sleep Fatigue Wellness
IMMEDIATE Randomized Controlled Trial Harry P. Selker MD, MSPH, Joni R. Beshansky RN, MPH Jan 2013 Glucose Insulin Potassium Coronary
The Sudden Cardiac Arrest And Death Associated With Application of Shocks From A TASER Electronic Control Device Douglas P. Zipes Feb 2013 Cardiac TASER
Intraosseous Versus Intravenous Vascular Access During Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest: A Randomized Controlled Trial Rosalyn Reades, Johnathan R. Studneck, Steven Vandeventer Mar 2013 Intraosseous Intravenous Vascular
Is There An Effective Tool to Gauge Carbon Monoxide Blood Saturation in the Pre-hospital Setting? Apr 2013 Carbon Monoxide Blood
Which Prehospital Treatment Path Is More Efficacious For Nausea And Vomiting? L. Fullerton MD, SJ. Weiss MD, P. Froman MD May 2013 Ondanstreon Saline Nausea
Does Working A Cardiac Arrest For 30 Minutes Lead To An Increase Chance of ROSC? Zachary Goldberger MD Jun 2013 Cardiac Arrest ROSC
Is it Necessary to Have Advanced Training As An EMS Provider In Order To Correctly Identify a ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction? Warren J. Cantor MD, Paul Hoogeveen MD Jul 2013 St-segment Myocardial Infarction
Should EMS Providers Always Transport Alcohol Intoxicated Patients To The Hospital? Alexandra Cornwall, N. Zaller, O. Warren Aug 2013 Intoxication
A Discussion About Midazolam and Lorazepam Degredation Jason T. McMullan, Ahsley Pinnawin, Elizabeth Jones Sep 2013 Midazolam Lorazepam
How Well Can A Computer Identify An St-Elevation Myocardial Infarction In The Prehospital Setting? MC. Bhalla, F. Mencl, MA Gist Oct 2013 Electrocardiograph Myocardial Infarction
Backbreaking New Research: A Discussion on When to use Long Spine Boards National Association of EMS Physicians Nov 2013 Spinal Backboard
Does Your Ambulance Service Piggyback Glucose With Thiamine? Mark A. Merlin DO, EMT-P, Alessia Carluccio MD, Neil Raswant BS Dec 2013 Glucose Thiamine
Muscles Used for Chest Compression Under Static and Transportation Conditions Yasuharu Yasuda PhD, EMT-P, Yoshinori Kato EMT-P, Katsuhiko Sugimoto PhD, MD Jan 2014 Chest Compressions Muscles
The Effect of An Ambulance Diversion Ban Laura G. Burke MD, MPH, Nina Joyce MPH, William E. Baker MD Feb 2014 Ambulance Diversion
Resuscitation Fluids John A. Myburgh MB, BCh, PhD, Michael G. Mythen MD, MB, BS Mar 2014 Resuscitation Fluids
Differences in Long Term Mortality After Acute Poisoning Catherine Lund, Mari A. Bjornaas, Leiv Sandvick Apr 2014 Poisoning Ambulance
Neurologically Favorable Survival After In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Spyros D. Mentzelopoulos MD, PhD, Sotirios Malachias MD, Christos Chamos MD. May 2014 Vassopressin Steroids Epinephrine
Prehospital Point-of-Care Testing For Troponin: Are the Results Reliable Joseph M. Venturini BA, Christine E. Stake MA, Mark E. Cichon DO Jun 2014 Troponin
Pediactric Anaphylaxis Management in the Prehosital Setting Gunjan Kamdar Tiyyagura MD, Linda Arnold MD, David C. Cone MD Jul 2014 Pediactric Anaphylaxis
Paramedic Ability To Recognize STEMI on Prehospital ECGs Francis Mencl MD, MS, Scott Wilber MD, MPH Jennifer Frey PhD Aug 2014 St-segment Myocardial Infarction Electrocardiograms
Improving Overtriage of Aeromedical Transport in Trauma Blair A. Wormer, Greg P. Flemming, Ashley B. Christmas Sep 2014 Overtriage Aeromedical Trauma
Electrical Exposure Risk with Hands on Defibrillation Daniel L. Lemkin, Michael D. Witting, Michael G. Allison Oct 2014 Electrical Defibrillation Risk
Remote Ischaemic Conditioning, Inaccurate PCRs & Transport Rates Matthew L. Sunderman MS, David D. Salcido PhD, Alison C. Koller Nov 2014 Critical Rescuscitation Cardiac
Junctional Tourniquets & Tranexamic Acid Evan J. Valle MD, Casey J. Allen MD, Van Harren Dec 2014 Tramexanic Acid Tourniqet Hemmorage
Outcomes After Cardiac Arrest Treated by BLS vs. ALS Prachi Sanghavi BS, Anupam B. Jena MD, PhD, Joseph P. Newhouse PhD Jan 2015 Cardiac Life Support
Prehospital Airway Management Matthew E. Prekker MD, MPH, Heemun Kwok MD, MS, Jenny Shin MPH Feb 2015 Endotrachial Intubation Airway
Crew Resource Management Training Angela O'Dea, Paul O'Connor, Ivan Keogh Mar 2015 CRM Acute Care
Hydroxocobalamin & Hemorrhagic Shock Resuscitation Vikhvat S. Bebarta MD, Normalynn Garrett PhD, CRNA Apr 2015 Hydroxocobalamin Transfusion Shock
Simulation Use in Paramedic Education Research (SUPER) Elliot Carhart EdD, RRT NRP, Daniel Bercher PhD, Andrew Spain, MA, EMT-P May 2015 Simulation Paramedic Education
Revisiting the "Golden Hour" Jun 2015 Golden
The Compensatory Reserve Victor A. Convertino, Jeffrey T. Howard, Carmen Hinojosa-Laborde Jul 2015 Blood Loss Compensatory Reserve
Race and Sex Disparities in Prehospital Recognition of Acute Stroke Prasanthi Govindarajan MD, MAS, Benjamin T Friedman NREMT-P Aug 2015 Race Sex Stroke Recongition
Emergency Medical Services and "Psych Calls" Christopher Prener, Alisa K Lincoln Sep 2015 Psych EMS
Canadian Research Agenda & Magnesium Sulfate as Neuroprotection Jeffrey L. Saver MD, Sidney Starkman MD, Marc Eckstein MD Oct 2015 Magnesium Sulfate Neuroprotection Stroke
Is the Supine Position Associated with Loss of Airway Patency Per Kristian Hyldmo, Gunn E Vist, Anders Christian Feyling Nov 2015 Supine Airway Unconcious
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Areus in Ohio EMS Providers Robert C. Orellana MPH, Armando E Hoet DVM PhD, Christopher Bell MPH Dec 2015 Chest Compressions CPR
Trial of Continuous or Interrupted Chest Compressions During CPR Graham Nichol, MD, Brian Leroux PhD, Henry Wang, MD Jan 2016
Expecting the Unexpected Jennifer A. Taylor PhD, Brittany Barnes MPH Feb 2016 Violence EMS
Impact of High-Fidelity Pediatric Simulation on Paramedic Seizure Management Manish M. Shah MD Mar 2016 Simulation Paramedic Seziure
Cognitive Load Theory for the Design of Medical Simulations Kristin L. Fraser MD, Paul Ayres MD, John Sweller PhD Mar 2016 Cognitive Load Simulations
Getting a Patient's Medical Information Ollie Zorab, M. Robinson, R. Endacott Apr 2016 Patient Medical Information
Physiologic Criteria of Field Triage Guidelines E. Brooke Learner PhD, Amy L. Drendel MS Nov 2016 Physiologic Criteria Child Trauma
Supraglottic vs. Intubation Taylor J, Black S, Brett SJ Jan 2017 Supraglottic, Intubation, Airway
Does Video Laryngoscopy improve ETI success? Feb 2017 Video laryngoscopy, Intubation
Can Microwave technology help EMS diagnose hemorrhagic TBI and stroke? Mar 2017 Hemorrhagic Traumatic Brain Injury, Stroke, Microwave