Gathering of Eagles Slide Presentations 2010 (PDFs)

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EMS in the Nation’s Capital: Progress Report From an Evolving System
- Assistant Fire Chief Rafael Sa’adah


Friday, February 25, 2010

Key EMS Articles Eagles 2010
- Corey Slovis, MD

A Complex Disaster of Seismic Proportions: One Eagle’s Experience with the Haiti Earthquake Catastrophe!
– John K. Griswell, MD (Ft. Worth)

Curtailing Caribbean Catastrophes: How Cuba is Preparing for Prime Time
– Jullette M. Saussy, MD (New Orleans)

The Pearls After Swine! EMS and the H1N1 Virus Epidemic
– Marc Eckstein, MD (Los Angeles)

Casablanca Coordinates: Organization and Current Policy Considerations of the National Security Staff Resilience Directorate
– David Marcozzi, MD, MHS-CL (White House)

Should I Stay or Should I Go ? IND Incident Strategies for Medical 1st Responders
– Alexander G. Garza, MD, MPH (Homeland Security)

The 4-1-1 on CBRNE, NIMS and EMAC: Managing the Disaster Acronyms!
– Thomas H. Blackwell, MD (Charlotte)

C-Collar or De-Collar: Are Cervical Immobilization Devices Harmful?
– David E. Persse, MD (Houston)

Getting a Head in Cycle Somatic Injuries: OK Ways to Remove a Helmet
– Jeffrey M. Goodloe, MD (Oklahoma City and Tulsa)

We Have an App for That! Tourniquets for Massive Hemorrhage
– Kathleen S. Schrank, MD (Miami)

Putting the Squeeze on Dialysis Patients: Tourniquets for AV Fistula Bleeds
– J. Brent Myers, MD, MPH (Raleigh)

As Serious as a Heart Attack: Navigating the Hurdles in Effecting STEMI System Care
– David P. Keseg, MD (Columbus)

Spitting Image of a Heart Attack: EMS Point of Care Saliva Testing for Cardiac Injury Markers
– Craig A. Manifold, DO (San Antonio)

Categorization and Integration Contemplation: The Move Toward Establishing Regional EMS Networks of Care
– C. Crawford Mechem, MD (Philadelphia)

The ABC’s of Medical First Attack: Increasing Survival through a Focused Cardiac Arrest Protocol
– Thomas H. Blackwell, MD (Charlotte)

The Latest Wake Effect: What to Do When Ventricular Fibrillation is Persistent
– J. Brent Myers, MD, MPH (Raleigh)

How Sweet It Is! Managing Blood Glucose in Resuscitation
– John P. Freese, MD (New York)

Regional Block: Local Perspectives on State-wide Arrest Registries
– Terence D. Valenzuela, MD, MPH (Tucson)

DC Current: Updating EMS on the Potential Impact of Healthcare Reform
– Angela F. Gardner, MD (ACEP National President)

The Need for Speed? An Evidenced-based Look at Response Time Standards
– Neal J. Richmond, MD (Louisville)

Rapid Sequence Permutations! Analyzing the Comparisons in the AARTI Study
– R.J. Frascone, MD (St. Paul)

Virtually Skilled in the Art of EMS: Training through Simulation and Cadavers
– Joe E. Holley, MD (Memphis)

Migrating From Protocols to Treatment Guidelines
– Karen P. Wanger, MD (Vancouver)

 


Saturday, February 26, 2010

Olympic-Sized Efforts: 2010 Paramedic Job Actions at the Winter Games
– Karen P. Wanger, MD (Vancouver)

Medically Intensifying the G-Forces: Expanding the EMS Scope of Federal Law Enforcement
– Nelson Tang, MD (U.S. Secret Service)

Exigent Circumstances: What is the Appropriate Standard of Care in Tactical Ops?
– William P. Fabbri, MD (FBI)

The (Very Sick) English Patient: Demand Management of the Critically Ill and Injured
– Fionna P. Moore, MD (London, UK)

Don’t Get Taken for Ride! Risk Management in Non-Transport Decisions
– S. Marshal Isaacs, MD (Dallas)

…And Mandatory Transport for All: Debating Who Should Be Transported or Not
– Marc Eckstein, MD, MPH (Los Angeles)

A Heavy Subject for EMS: Evolving Considerations in Bariatric Transport
– Marc R. Conterato, MD (Minneapolis)

Restraining Orders: Managing Excited Delirium, CEDs and Related "Fall-out"
– Kathy S. Schrank, MD (Miami)

Pharmaceutical Restraints: A New Medication Approach to the Agitated Patient
– Christopher B. Colwell, MD (Denver)

Dissociative Practices: The Rationale for Ketamine in 9-1-1 Services
– Marc R. Conterato, MD (Minneapolis)

Snuffing Out the Overdose: Results of the Boston Nasal Naloxone Study
– K. Sophia Dyer, MD (Boston)

Bone Voyage’: Administering ALS Drugs via the Intra-Osseous Route
– Jonathan Jui, MD, MPH (Portland)

Mitigating Medication Mishaps: Dealing with EMS Drug Safety
– John V. Gallagher, MD (Phoenix)

The Great Debate: Why Medics Should Not Be Trained in Intubation
- Raymond L. Fowler, MD (Dallas)

The Great Deabte: Should Paramedics Intubate?
- Corey M. Slovis, MD (Nashville)

The Philosophy of Five: Five Core Benchmarks for EMS Systems
– Paul R. Hinchey, MD, MBA (Austin)

More Medical Management Metrics to Measure: Proposing Additional Benchmarks for EMS Systems
– J. Brent Myers, MD (Raleigh)

A Really Cool Idea: Improving In-Hospital Care Through EMS
– Jullette M. Saussy, MD, (New Orleans)

Cooling Down Before It Heats Up: Rationale for Pre-Resuscitation Hypothermia
– John P. Freese, MD (New York)

It Sends Chills Down My Spine! Therapeutic Hypothermia in Possible Vertebral Cord Injury
– George A. Ralls, MD (Orlando)

Giving It a Shot !: Vaccinations Provided by EMS Personnel
– K. Sophia Dyer, MD (Boston)

Getting the Bugs Out of the System: Infection Control Concepts for EMS
– George A. Ralls, MD (Orlando)

Straightening Out a Bloody Mess: A Blood-borne Pathogens Protocol
– Donald A. Locasto, MD (Cincinnati)

Regulatory Irregularities: The EMS & DEA
– Raymond L. Fowler, MD (the First Eagle), Jeffrey K. Beeson, DO (Ft. Worth)

 

FIRE/EMS Medical Director Risk/Liability A Case Report
- John Gallagher M.D.

 

The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center of Dallas and the owners and publishers of the Gathering of Eagles website are not responsible for any of the content of any of the presentations made available here. Please direct any questions concerning the presentations to the original author. Some of the authors have provided an e-mail address here.