Getting better at low frequency, high risk situations

Discussion of strategies to improve performance at high risk low frequency events. Thanks for listening. JY

EMS and Hospital Critical Care Perspectives

A discussion of the problem of limited knowledge of what goes on in the hospital outside of the ED. The important of rapid and effective resuscitation and airway control in hyperacute patients. A recording of me playing a great etude by Lennie Niehaus. Thanks for listening, visit uvatraumateam.com.

Cardiac Trauma

Discussion of cardiac injuries. Go to uvatraumateam.com and check out our stuff. Thanks for listening JY

www.UvaTraumaTeam.com

I am happy to invite you to the UVATraumaTeam.com online apparel site. Our goal is for everyone who helps us to save lives to be proud to show people they are part of the UVA Trauma Team.

These are the choices for delivery:

–      If you are a UVA Employee, Resident or Student and willing to pick up your items at a set time and place, choose the “pick up only” option. Bear in mind these will be given out in bulk during a 3-4 hour period at a specified place once a month.

–      For Charlottesville Albemarle Rescue Squad, Charlottesville Fire Department and Albemarle County Fire Rescue volunteer and career personnel, if there are more than 10 orders from your station, I will make one bulk delivery to your station. So, if possible, encourage your people to make their orders in the next 4 weeks. Afterwards, you will need to choose USPS shipping.

–      The other option is USPS Priority Mail Flat Rate Shipping. If you choose this option we will ship your items within 7 days of order unless the item is backordered. A photo of the t-shirt is attached.

If you order embroidery, allow at least 4 weeks for delivery.

 

Please forward this email to your areas of responsibility and to anyone else you think would be interested in showing they are part of our team.

 

If you have any questions, please contact us through the site, www.uvatraumateam.com

 

Any profit from the sales of these items, above the costs of inventory, packaging, delivery, shipping, taxes, website construction and management, and embroidery will be donated into a gift account that supports trauma research and education at UVA.

Thanks

 

DNR Does Not Mean DN (Do Nothing)

A discussion of the danger of EMS providers backing off on patients because of their age, a DNR order when the patient does not require CPR or intubation but only requires good care, or their belief that the patient will have a bad outcome. Important listening for those of you that want to withhold care from these patients in the field. Thanks for listening. JY

EMS and Medical Education

A discussion of the similarities and differences between the way we train paramedics and physicians. A little sax from me and Jeff Todd on a Spyro Gyra Tunes. Thanks for listening. JY

The Concept of Standard Work

I talk about Standard Work, and how to create processes to do things the right way every time, no matter who is doing it. Not as exciting as talking about bloody trauma patients, but a necessary discussion in this day and age. Thanks for listening, JY.

Clinical Stories – Blood On The Highway

Description of a major auto crash and severely head injured patient. Also a discussion of the ethics of resuscitating trauma patients as organ donors. Some tape of a live performance I did of Just The Way You Are from a few years ago. Thanks for listening. JY

Clinical Stories – Who you going to believe, me or your lying eyes?

Story of a patient whose clinical story lead one way, but whose data told a different story. Also, a little Charlie Parker Quintet recreation from Supersax I did doing all the sax parts myself over the break. Thanks for listening. JY

Clinical Stories – Bleeding to Death

New type of podcast where I describe a clinical situation I have been in and what has gone through my mind as I’ve dealt with it. This is the case of a post-op patient with life-threatening hemorrhage. Hope you find it interesting. Some flute work on a Pat Metheny tune. Happy Holidays. JY