Dirt Medicine Podcast
By Pete Anderson, MD
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Welcome to the Dirt Medicine Podcast, where the blood meets the mud! The purpose of this podcast is to bring medical education to the combat medic no matter where he is on the globe. Specifically I will be addressing new advances in trauma care, tactical combat casualty care updates, USSOCOM Advanced Tactical Practitioner scope of practice and protocols (TMEPs), and other topics of interest to the combat medic, SOCM, 18D, PJ, IDMT, IDC, corpsman, etc. My focus is to educate the guy on the ground with the aid bag so he can provide the best possible care to our nation's finest. Hooyah!
||CleanDamage Control Resuscitation||In this episode I discuss the concept of damage control resuscitation, the precepts of the lethal triad, and how to intervene to counteract the negative effects of hemorrhagic shock on the battlefield.||28 7 2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Battlefield Airway||In this episode I explore advanced airway management for the medic in an austere or tactical environment using RSI techniques and a difficult airway algorithm adapted for the austere environment.||26 1 2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDirt Medicine Podcast 004 - Tranexamic Acid (TXA) - www.dirtmed.com||Tranexamic Acid (TXA) for use by the combat medic on the battlefield for the treatment of patients in shock from non-compressible truncal trauma.||12 1 2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDirt Medicine Podcast 003 - Burn Resuscitation Part 2 - www.dirtmed.com||The critical care management and extended care of a burn injured patient in the combat environment.||17 5 2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDirt Medicine Podcast 002 - Burn Resuscitation Part 1 - www.dirtmed.com||Initial approach to and fluid resuscitation of a burn injured patient in the combat environment. ©Pete Anderson, MD 2011||12 4 2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDirt Medicine Podcast 001 - Ketamine||How to use Ketamine for sedation in the combat environment. ©Pete Anderson, MD 2011||7 4 2011||Free||View in iTunes|