Lecture: HEMS and Ultrasound: The Potential to Save Lives by Dr. Daniel Haase, MD

As you read in Jason’s last post, he and I recently had the opportunity to attend East Coast Helicopter Operations’ (@eastcoastheliop)  annual conference in Virginia Beach, September 28-29, 2015. Well, that is, unless your employer’s internet filter blocked his last post: A new #EMSPOCUS career for Jason 'Dorian' Boitnott? Fifty Shades of Grey Where does a naughty boy … More Lecture: HEMS and Ultrasound: The Potential to Save Lives by Dr. Daniel Haase, MD

State of the POCUS

Hey y’all! This is going to be a kind of “State of the POCUS” post about new things, upcoming things…and things (If you are reading this, I have slipped the previous sentence past Branden…things) [I see what you did there -Ed.]. We will be producing more rich content later on this week or early next … More State of the POCUS

Patient Zero

  After being bitten by the ultrasound bug at SMACC, I have been stewing over this question for a while now: how can I contribute to this amazing group of EMS professionals? Especially when I loathe the thought of writing and I don’t have easy access to ground breaking material? I have come across some … More Patient Zero

Everything I know in 60 seconds, and we still have time for coffee. (FAQ’s about EMS Ultrasound)

Starting off with a beat up old ultrasound machine that I had to clean the blood and hair off of before placing it in service on the ambulance, I didn’t know what we were getting in to. But over the next couple years we found out one thing. Ultrasound is awesome. Seriously, it’s the future … More Everything I know in 60 seconds, and we still have time for coffee. (FAQ’s about EMS Ultrasound)

Head in the clouds

Here I am, sitting at 35,000′ on a 737 on my way back to the cornfields that I call home.  Ain’t technology grand?  I’m headed back after a long weekend in Washington DC.  The primary purpose of this “vacation” was to attend a weekend of critical care education being provided by East Coast Helicopter Operations (ECHO). … More Head in the clouds