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We are thrilled to announce that the Day 1 opening Keynote Speaker for the FlightBridgeED Air and Surface Transport Symposium 2024 (FAST24) is none other than Scott D. Weingart! As a renowned physician specializing in Resuscitation and Emergency Department Critical Care, Scott has dedicated his career to bringing “Upstairs Care” “Downstairs” – a mission to…
by Matthew Sterling (additional edits by FlightBridgeED) In the fast-paced and high-stress world of air medical services, where every second counts, patient safety is paramount. However, a lingering challenge in this critical field is the reluctance of healthcare providers to voice their concerns or speak up when they notice safety issues. This reluctance can stem…
by FlightBridgeED September 11, 2001, and the Mental Health of First Responders The tragic events of September 11, 2001, have left an indelible mark on the world’s collective memory. The devastating terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon resulted in the loss of thousands of innocent lives and left countless others traumatized….
Cody Winniford BA, EMT-P, CCP-C, FP-C While relatively straightforward, the management of pelvic trauma is not without its controversies and conversations. In the prehospital environment, new adjuncts and approaches are shaping the outcomes of these injuries. Numbers and Data How often do prehospital clinicians encounter these pelvic trauma? Pelvic injuries are actually more frequent than…
by Cody Winniford BA, EMT-P, CCP-C, FP-C Shock is the final common pathway before death. No matter what the etiology or insult to the human body, we all will enter into a state of shock that reduces oxygen delivery to the point that cells die, then tissues die, organs become dysfunctional, then organ systems fail,…
by Sara Moore Gruver The electricity had gone off on that hot July day. The mother’s phone kept dinging with texts from the power company with an estimated fix time, which kept growing longer and longer. Meanwhile, the temperature in the house kept climbing, and the three small children grew more upset. After an hour,…