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Author and expert Deborah Quilter brings you the best news and information about preventing and coping with repetitive strain injury (RSI) and technology-related problems. For more, visit Repetitive Strain Injury on YouTube and RSIHelp.com. These episodes are not intended as medical advice; see your doctor. If you want personal advice, have a consultation with Deborah, https://www.rsihelp.com/services-workstation-evaluation-8203-and-technique-retraining.html
 
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Jake is welcomed back to discuss a time when everything didn't go right. We discuss the provider mental model related to this. Get your questions in now for the next episode! CLICK HERE to submit your question now! You can find more information in the blog for this episode. CLICK HERE for the blog! CLICK HERE to watch us on YouTube…
 
Enjoy Jared's EKG Clinic! We can't wait to hear from you and are already planning our next podcast. Get your questions in now! CLICK HERE to submit your question now! 1) Interested to hear your thoughts on the new ACC/AHA Guidelines? 2) Would you consider purposefully right mainstemming an ET tube in the presence of left lung injury? You can find f…
 
Hope you enjoy Episode 31. Get your questions in now for the next episode! CLICK HERE to submit your question now! 1) How can I address an underperforming employee? 2) I recently had another responder take issue with an albuterol treatment given to a CHF patient. What are your thoughts? 3) Opinion on timing and use of TXA in traumatic arrest resusc…
 
Welcome back! No special guest this time, but we have more coming! Get your questions in now for the next episode. CLICK HERE to submit a question now! 1) Please share more on ventilation of asthmatics 2) Thoughts on CCR vs CPR 3) I want POC labs and am getting pushback. What do you think You can find more in depth information in the blog for this …
 
Happy Father's Day! We hope you enjoy meeting Shane and getting your questions answered. Please get your questions in now for the next episode. CLICK HERE to submit now! 1) Managing pediatric asthmatics on the vent 2) Thoughts on pediatric airways 3) What kind of EDC (everyday carry) medical gear do you carry You can find more in depth information …
 
Welcome back and happy Memorial Day. We are thankful for all those who made the ultimate sacrifice for each of us. In this episode you will get to know FOAMfrat's own Austin Brook. CLICK HERE to submit your question now for the next episode! 1) Answers to ventilator strategy? 2) Should I stop my amiodarone infusion? 3) How do I get my co-workers to…
 
Welcome back to episode 27! We are excited to sit down with the FOAMfrat medical director, Dr. Cynthia Griffin. We are looking forward to more of your questions. Plenty of exciting guests coming up, so get them in now CLICK HERE to submit your question now! 1) Do we need POCUS to stop PEA arrest resus? 2) Considerations for heart transplant transpo…
 
Welcome back to episode 26 and get to know Paul Turnquist. We are always ready to hear from you. This is your chance to design your own podcast. CLICK HERE to submit your question now! Next guest will be Dr. Cynthia Griffin 1) Got any tips for limited resource RSI? 2) Thoughts on future of EMS continuing education? 3) CCT logistics pointers? 4) Do …
 
Welcome back to episode 25. We have some exciting guests coming up so stay tuned! This is your chance to design your own podcast. CLICK HERE to submit your question now. 1) Emergent vs Non-emergent responses? 2) How to improve radio communications? 3) How do you preox? 4) Culture vs career growth. How do you decide? Full versions of questions and m…
 
Welcome back to Episode 24. We hope that you enjoy getting to meet Jay Nance! We are always ready to hear from you. This is your opportunity to design your own podcast! CLICK HERE to submit your question now! 1) Transport destination considerations for transplant patients 2) How do you learn complex subjects? 3) Getting ready to graduate paramedic …
 
Jared and Mike are joined in the studio by fellow team member Brittany Grandfield. You've read her blogs, now get to know her better. As always, we are ready for your questions. Ask us anything!! CLICK HERE to submit your question for the next episode You can also watch the episode with video on YouTube 1) Dopamine with right ventricular MI? 2) Tho…
 
Jared and mike are back with a Fall Old Fashioned recipe and answer your questions. CLICK HERE for the blog with recipe and more!! CLICK HERE to submit your questions now! 1) Thoughts on sedation during mechanical CPR? 2) CCP-C or FP-C what are your thoughts on advanced certifications? CLICK HERE to watch us on YouTube…
 
Mike is joined by FOAMfrat's own Brian King to field your most recent questions. Please get your questions in now for the next episode. Ask us anything! CLICK HERE to submit your question now! 1) How do I get a strong start in a new orientation? 2) How do you measure experience? 3) What do you do in your spare time? 4) COVID from pandemic to endemi…
 
Jared and Mike are back again with your questions and joined by fellow FOAMfrat team member Austin Quillet. We are always excited to hear from the listeners and will be recording our next episode with Brittany Grandfield very soon. Get your questions in now for the next episode. CLICK HERE to submit your question now. Find full length questions, li…
 
Again with overwhelming listener response we are back with more of your questions. This episode is just Jared and I. Next guests include Austin "Dale" Quillet and Brittany Grandfield. Get your questions in now for upcoming episodes. You ask, we answer! It's just that easy. If there is someone you'd like to hear from on the podcast with us feel free…
 
Listener responses came through with some great questions for this episode and you get to meet Tony Henry! Get your questions in now for the next episode CLICK HERE which will feature Brittany Grandfield. You love her blogs, now it's time to find out how she makes them so fun. Don't miss it. Here are the questions for this episode. You can also wat…
 
Thanks for joining us for Episode 16 featuring Jake Good. Jake is the producer of Good Reads, a part of the FOAMfrat family. Check them out here. He contributes regularly as an educator and blog writer as well. This one is a little longer but when you're listening to Jake time flies!! Learn more about Jake on this podcast! Good Reads - Click Here 1…
 
Please enjoy Episode 15. Getting ready to record our next episode with Jake Good. Get your questions in now!! CLICK HERE to submit your question now! 1. When should pressors be started? 2. Do you always copy the facilities vent settings? 3. Adjustments with the T1 4. What do you think of Simone Biles' decision not to compete in the Olympics? We are…
 
Great episode with Tom! He will definitely be back. CLICK HERE to submit your questions for the next episode You can also email us at RSIPodcast@FOAMfrat.com 1) My question is for Tom, but Jared and Mike please feel free to weigh in. First off, congratulations on your retirement! I have been a paramedic for a while and did not learn 12 lead EKG int…
 
Get your questions in now for our next episode with Tom Bouthillet! https://www.foamfrat.com/RSI You can also email us at RSIPodcast@FOAMfrat.com What is the difference between CMV and SIMV? Click here for Jared's Blog on CMV vs SIMV Suggestions on dealing with toxic individuals? When should I say no? Like, when not to act and sit on my hands. Some…
 
Mike and Jared are back for episode 12. Please get your questions in now for the next episode. To submit CLICK HERE! You can email us at RSIPodcast@FOAMfrat.com 1) My department has reassigned all front line personnel randomly in hopes of uniting direction for the shifts. Thoughts on this strategy versus concentrating on moving leaders for desired …
 
To submit questions please Click Here This episode's questions: 1. I’ve recently moved to a new station and my normal transport time has gone from a minimum of 20-30 minutes to the hospital, down to 5-10 minutes maybe 30 if we go to the city. How do you differentiate what needs to be done on scene as opposed to just loading and getting to the hospi…
 
We hope that you enjoy this episode. We took three of your questions submitted and had our panel of women answer them. The questions listed below will be answered and the first person to respond is indicated next to the question in the event you don't recognize the voices! Please feel free to submit any follow-up questions you might have on this or…
 
Your questions answered today: I would love to hear you guys kick around utilization of HEMS, more specific over utilization. Potential areas including requests from ground EMS and inter facility alike. Some areas of frequent discussion include occasions of overflying capable facilities to honor the request of a sending hospital. I’m a paramedic st…
 
Mike and Jared sit down with Dr. Jim DuCanto to answer your questions. Get questions or requests for future guests in now! RSIPodcast@FOAMfrat.com 1) How did rapid sequence induction start? 2) What would you do if you weren't in medicine? 3) What is the difference between the Hi-D and DuCanto suction catheters? 4) What do you think EMS will look li…
 
Join Mike as we get to know Jace Mullen, another FOAMfrat educator. As always we answer some questions from listeners. What are your opinions on single vs dual paramedic deployment models? How does skill dilution weigh in? How about hospital vs private? What do you do to relax during off time? What do you think of the recent incident in DC? Get you…
 
Mike and Tom answer listener questions on vaccines. Includes an invite for free attendance at an upcoming FOAMfrat live class. Act now! Did you guys get the vaccine? Why or why not? How do genetic vaccines work? How long before we are back to normal? Will be recording another episode soon with another member of the FOAMfrat team. Get your questions…
 
Episode 6 recording next week! Email us at RSIPodcast@foamfrat.com now to get your questions in. Contents of this podcast include: Should CCT services be required to have medical direction from both emergency medicine and critical care? How do we know we are keeping with the times? What advice do you have for new critical care providers? Would incr…
 
1. Are formal critical care courses necessary? 2. Should nitroglycerin be used in right ventricular MI? Have fun going down the wormhole of information on this one! https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26024432/ 3. Does an educator need to still be working in the field in order to maintain credibility amongst their peers? If not, how long is an appropri…
 
Please get your questions in now for the next episode. They can be emailed to RSIPodcast@foamfrat.com This episode includes Should advanced certifications include more than just a written test? Is sepsis a condition or a syndrome? What is your view of lactate in sepsis? How do you feel about your nurse partner making more money than you for doing t…
 
Most people hate their chairs – with good reason. Standard office seating can lead to everything from back pain to neck, shoulder and arm injuries. But there is something you can do about this. We will speak with Turner Osler MD, a trauma surgeon from Burlington, Vermont, who will discuss the inherent problems of sitting, how we can counteract this…
 
According to a report by the National Toxicology Program , exposure to cell phone radio frequency radiation can be harmful. Dr. Erik Peper, professor at the Institute for holistic health studies at San Francisco State University explains why it's not a good idea to put your phone in your pocket or your bra – or even keep it close to your ear.…
 
What you should know about pharmaceutical drugs that can damage soft tissue. Hand Surgeon Robert Markison, MD, explain how commonly-prescribed medications can damage tendons. Some of this damage can't be undone. Don't miss this important episode of RSIHelp radio!Kirjoittanut Deborah Quilter
 
Your wrist may be aching, but don't assume that the cause is carpal tunnel syndrome. And don't assume that your doctor will necessarily diagnose you properly. San Francisco Bay area hand surgeon Robert Markison, M.D., a top expert in RSI, discusses several common wrist maladies including de Quervain's disease, ganglion cysts, tendinitis and ulnar t…
 
Eyestrain is one of the most common problems associated with computer use is eyestrain, which is also known as “computer vision syndrome” or “digital eyestrain.” Symptoms can include eyestrain, headaches, blurred vision, dry or burning eyes and neck and shoulder pain. These symptoms may be caused by poor lighting, glare and improper viewing distanc…
 
San Francisco hand surgeon Robert Markison, MD, gives us a rundown of the most common common ways that the nerves becomes injured, the symptoms of this injury, how they are treated -- and that all-important question: Why do nerve injuries take so long to heal?Kirjoittanut Deborah Quilter
 
Most people never think about the body unless something goes wrong with it. This seems to be especially common with the hand – and a certain digit in the hand, the thumb. What could possibly go wrong? But ask anybody who has injured their thumb and prepare for a laundry list of all the things that it does for you: it gives you a power grip, the abi…
 
Tendinitis is one of the most common manifestations of repetitive strain injury, and anyone who has experienced it knows how debilitating it can be. They also know how quickly you can reinjure yourself and what it’s like to cope with a chronic case of tendinitis. Today we are going to speak with Lee Buckler, who is the CEO of RepliCel Life Sciences…
 
Many people approach flexibility the wrong way by forcing a greater range of motion than is comfortable. Not only is this painful, it could also lead to injuries such as ruptured discs, torn muscles and ligaments. If you feel so tight that bending forward is difficult, try this brief (and easy) lesson to loosen your spine. You'll be amazed at how q…
 
Chronic neck pain is one of the top complaints among computer users. In fact, many repetitive strain injuries stem from neck tension. Today we’re going to learn a short neck release that can be enormously useful in rotating the upper spine. This can help with common activities such as looking over your shoulder while you’re driving or just turning …
 
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