Created with Sketch.
55 minutes | Jul 4, 2022
July is pediatric sepsis month and we sit down with our partners at Nationwide Children’s Hospital Transport Team to learn all about it. This is another one of those time sensitive disease processes where early recognition and management become so important in surviving pediatric sepsis. Just like always we start basic and then move more into advanced treatment for this disease process. This podcast has something for everybody from first responders to the most advanced transport personnel staff member. Come listen in..
39 minutes | May 21, 2022
In this episode we discuss pediatric seizures with our newly appointed MedFlight Pediatric Medical Director and Nationwide Children Hospital Emergency Room Physician---Doctor Michael Stoner to discuss. Also joining the podcast party are Dr Ashley Larrimore and Jason Pierce to go full circle on Pediatric seizures. We have all heard about it in school and maybe not all of us medical professionals have had the opportunity to manage a pediatric seizure patient. To see a young girl or boy seizing and a mom or dad breathing down your neck to do something about it quickly can be pretty overwhelming. Come listen in as we discuss the most common types and causes of pediatric seizures along with medical management of them. We hope to ease your anxiety a little on these types of cases and give you the confidence in your management of them.
65 minutes | May 12, 2022
Ohio is so lucky to have so many Stroke Comprehensive Treatment Centers in Central and Southwest Areas of our State. Today MedFlight Radio meets with three of the biggest Centers in the State of Ohio to discuss their assessment and treatment of strokes in their region. Does Stroke care change from region to region? We sit down with Renee Pack from OhioHealth Stroke Team, Sharon Heaton from OSU-Medical Center Stroke team and Megan Smith from Kettering Health Stroke team to find out. In doing this podcast live, I was so amazed on how far stroke treatment has come and how these three facilities are actually working together to push stroke treatment and care for the years to come. Take it from me, this is one you don’t want to miss.
42 minutes | Apr 26, 2022
Taking Care of One of Our Own
MedFlight Radio is flying in a different direction for this personal and emotional episode. Join us as we focus on safety and what it's like to the have to care of one of our own in the most unlikely scenario possible. We invite Dale Muetzel, Chuck Calissie, and Lyn Gilmore to the studio to discuss in detail the MedFlight MICU ground accident from four years ago. The discussion takes us to the events leading up to the accident, the event itself, and the aftermath years later. This emotionally charged podcast reminds us of why we rely on each other in this profession.
48 minutes | Apr 22, 2022
Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO)
MedFlight Radio takes the show on the road to the Regional Tertiary Center of The Ohio State University Medical Center to talk about ECMO. We sit down with Dr. Amar Bhatt and Dr. Travis Sharkey to get the lowdown on this topic. Learn about the most cutting edge and complex technology out on the market the pushes the envelope in cardiac and respiratory resuscitation. What is ECMO? Are there different types of ECMO? Who gets it and who doesn't, and why? How do you manage it, and what are the most common complications? What is the future of ECMO? All of these questions get answered and many more in this month's episode.
49 minutes | Mar 10, 2022
Can you believe it's March already!!!!!! This month we invite Dr. Creagh Boulger to the MedFlight studio to discuss all the great diagnostic things that Ultrasound can do in the pre-hospital environment. Is this something that should be left to a physician to interpret, or can we expand it out to critical care transport teams and field EMS? What would we use it for? How do we get buy in? What would it look like? Listen in as we take on these questions and give you our thoughts on the future of ultrasound in the pre-hospital environment. You might be surprised to find this technology on your transport vehicle sooner than you think.
55 minutes | Mar 2, 2022
Stroke Management - Updates 2022
We jump into the new year with our annual Stroke Managment update. Join us as we sit down with Sharon Heaton (Neuro Program Manager at The Ohio State University) and Joel Jackson (MedFlight Flight Medic) as we discuss new updates regarding stroke care. What has changed and what is still the same in our assessment and managment of ischemic and hemorrhagic strokes. Get the insight on what pre-hospital and critical care teams can do to improve patient care and outcomes.
47 minutes | Dec 27, 2021
Cardiac Heart Failure with Dr. Sam Nobilucci and Dr. Brad Raetzke
We finish out the 2021 calendar year with our December podcast on heart failure. Our special guest this month is Dr. Sam Nobilucci who is an ER Physician at Adena Health System and former EMS fellow. Also joining the team for another episode is Dr. Brad Raetzke, medical director for MedFlight and MedCare. What is heart failure and how common is it? Listen in as we focus on gaining a better understanding of heart failure, and how to perform the right diagnostic steps. We also learn that treatments are not all the same and vary with the different types of failure and causes. So sit down, clutch your chest, and listen in as Steve geek's out on cardiac stuff!
50 minutes | Dec 7, 2021
Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) with Dr Sharkey, Raetzke and the MedFlight Education Team
As the weather gets a little colder here in teh Midwest - we move our focus to more respiratory issues, and this month it is ARDS. Join MedFlight Radio as we interview Dr. Travis Sharkey and Dr. Brad Raetzke on their experience with ARDS. What is ARDS? How do we diagnose it? How do we manage it? Is prone positioning better? Do we intubate or not? ARDS Vent managment? These are just some of the questions we look to tackle during this episode.
58 minutes | Oct 19, 2021
Pediatric Congenital Heart Defect with Dr. Bubolz
MedFlight Radio continues on the pediatric road for October as we head back to Nationwide Children’s Hospital for a pediatric congenital heart defect podcast. We sit down with Doctor Beth Bubolz (Nationwide Children’s Hospital Cardiologist) , Doctor Ashley Larrimore (MedFlight Medical Director) and Jason Pierce (MedFlight Flight Nurse) to talk about this highly complex, high risk, low volume runs. How many times in the field or with an inter-facility hospital transport have we thought of a pediatric run being a cardiac problem in nature and not a respiratory/septic shock type thing. Come listen in as we talk about certain clues in our pediatric patients that will lead us down this path of a potential cardiac problem and talk about safe management in most of these cases. We finish up with a case study and find out truly what is like to have a kid with congenital heart defect. Doctor Larrimore opens up and gives us the best case study with her son Alex’s Story.
63 minutes | Sep 22, 2021
Aortic Dissection with Dr. Enlow, Dr. Raetzke, and Sara Anderson
September is “Aortic Dissection” month. MedFlight Radio sits down with Dr. Johnathan Enlow (cardiothoracic surgeon), Dr Bradley Raetzke (ER Physician) and Sara Anderson (Outcomes Manager) and go full circle in our conversation on aortic dissection. We start with the basic aortic anatomy 101 and review the aortic from where it arises from in the chest till it splits into the femoral arteries in the legs. What is the difference between an aneurysm and a dissection? This podcast progresses into diagnosing, managing and founding out who can be fixed by least invasive surgery. Come find out why aortic dissection is sometimes called the “Great Imitator”. This is one you don’t want to miss.
50 minutes | Aug 26, 2021
Infant and Pediatric Airway Management with Dr. Jill Fitch and Jason Pierce
August is back to a pediatric topic as MedFlight Radio finds their way back to Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio and talks on infant/pediatric airway. Today we sit down with Doctor Jill Fitch (ICU intensivist at Nationwide Children Hospital) and Jason Pierce (Former Nationwide Children Transport Nurse and Current MedFlight Flight Nurse/Education Coordinator). The conversation dives right in on pediatric airway assessment, treatment and current trends of managing infant and pediatric airway. Which is better for my pediatric patient in respiratory distress—?? regular oxygen, high flow nasal cannula, CPAP, BiPAP. Come listen in as we get the unique expertise of a pediatric ICU intensivist talking airway in kids.
53 minutes | Jun 26, 2021
OB Emergencies with Dr. Janine Curcio and Dr. Brad Raetzke
June is OB emergencies month and the focus on those high risk low volume runs. We sit down with EMS Fellow Dr Janine Curcio and MedFlight/MedCare Medical Director Dr Brad Raetzke with this subject. We start by talking about all of the physiological changes that go with being pregnant and then get into the most common emergencies you will see in field and hospital. As normal we talk about the whys and hows of treatments for all these emergencies. The hope is to education and decrease some of that anxiety we have with these type of transports. Come listen in and learn..
62 minutes | May 25, 2021
Cardiac Arrest with Dr. Eric Cortez and Dr. Ashley Larrimore
May is Cardiac Arrest month! Join Dr. Eric Cortez and Dr. Ashley Larrimore as we talk about where we are with medical cardiac arrest patients. What works and what are the priorities in these cases? While often controversial, many EMS agencies are taking different approaches to managing cardiac arrest. Come and listen. You won't be disappointed.
49 minutes | Apr 27, 2021
Trauma with Dr. Michael Sutherland and Dr. Ashley Larrimore
MedFlight Radio takes to the road for this podcast as we find ourselves at Ohio State University Medical Center East Campus with Dr Michael Sutherland (Trauma Medical Director at Ohio State Medical Center-East) talking trauma. Dr Ashley Larrimore, MedFlight’s own medical director joins in as we get into some tough and controversial material. We waste no time and jump right into talk on handling trauma patients and even traumatic cardiac arrest. How to differentiate a medical cardiac arrest patient from a traumatic one ? Where does salt water fit into fluid resuscitation? Is plasma better than red blood cells? CPR or not in a trauma arrest? Epinephrine for traumatic PEA Arrest—yes/no, Pelvic binder, should I place it or not? These are just some of the tough questions we get into during this podcast. Not one you want to miss…
47 minutes | Mar 22, 2021
Pediatric DKA with Dr. Ashley Larrimore and Dr. Michael Stoner
MedFlight Radio goes the route of pediatric DKA for the month of March 2021. We bring in special guest Dr. Michael Stoner a long time Nationwide Children’s Hospital ER Physician to bring us up to speed on current trends in pediatric treatment. The conversation starts pretty basic then we quickly move forward into more advanced and on-going pediatric therapy. MedFlight Medical Director Dr Ashley Larrimore also joins in and discuss some of the differences you may see in adult DKA verses pediatric DKA. Come join us and learn more about DKA.
43 minutes | Feb 22, 2021
Pulmonary Embolus and COVID
Pulmonary Embolus and COVID. Is there any connection? Join us as we circle back on Pulmonary Embolus from our podcast from a couple of years ago. Pulmonary Embolus cases are on the rise in central Ohio and has treatment changed along with it? Listen to our expertise’s from OhioHealth Riverside Hospital as we dive into Covid and the link that can lead to Pulmonary Embolus. The conversation progresses to the algorithm for PE treatment and if thrombolytic Medication is indicated, which one is better TPA or TNK? We finish up with trends in future treatments. Come join us…
69 minutes | Apr 21, 2020
RSV with Michael Schibler and Tyler Altier
What is RSV and why is this simple cold virus a big deal in our infant and pediatric population? Steve and Chris track down Michael Schibler (EMS Coordinator at Dayton Children’s Hospital) and one of our own MedFlight Flight Nurse—Tyler Altier to find out why. Both Michael and Tyler bring a huge amount of pediatric/transport experience where they work in their respected jobs and also are active in the United States Air Force Reserve on their transport team. We start things out with defining RSV and why this can be a bigger problem for our infant and pediatric patients. You will be surprised to hear that some basic airway maneuvers is all that is needed in most RSV cases but do progress to more invasive/advanced treatment as they may be needed in our more severe cases. Come listen and learn as we try to ease some of our anxiety with our high risk/low volume infant and pediatric transports.
46 minutes | Mar 28, 2020
Pediatric Asthma w/ Caleb Carmin & Scott Kalseth from Nationwide Children's Transport Team
Steve and Jason from the MedFlight Education Team join up with our friends at Nationwide Children's Hospital Transport Team to talk about pediatric asthma. We are happy to have with us Education Officer- Caleb Carmin and Pediatric Transport Respiratory Therapist -Scott Kalseth on MedFlgiht Radio. We open it up and really talk about all the challenges you could face on these high risk low volume runs. The discussion leads us into assessment and management of the pediatric asthma patient. Caleb also talks briefly on a pediatric asthma scoring sheet that his hospital has implemented. Join in and learn more about pediatric asthma...
41 minutes | Mar 6, 2020
Trauma with Kettering Medical Center
MedFlight takes to the road and heads out to Kettering, Ohio for a trauma podcast with a few of the experts at Kettering Medical Center. We start out the podcast with a great case review where it took the trauma expertise of Kettering MC to manage, treat and ultimately have a great outcome of a severely injured patient. You will be surprised when you hear all of the great things that Kettering Medical Center is doing from a trauma standpoint. You will quickly determine from this podcast that they are the real deal when it comes to trauma care. We finish it up with the current literature on fluid resuscitation in trauma patients. Come listen and find out what is going on in the Southwest part of Ohio trauma-wise.
Terms of Service
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
© Stitcher 2022