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July 2017 Hotpocket

Mel Herbert, MD MBBS FAAEM and Stuart Swadron, MD FAAEM
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No me gusta!

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First some information on the FIX conference with the FEMinEM people. Mel presents ANOTHER case of a sick patient in a plane and lesson learned, and a challenge coin winner Dr. John C. Maino, MD

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Rabbott -

Sometimes it really isn't vagal. 2 months ago, a guy I was racing against in a bike race went down during the race. It took a surprising amount of time for me to decide to drop out of the race and loop back to help with CPR. AED did show a shockable rhythm. The VF victim was a really nice guy who showed up at my house last week with a check to reimburse me for the "wasted" (not really) race entry fee. That makes 2 bystander CPR saves in my lifetime - the other was a 12 year old (also in a bicycle race) with VF from long QT. He also came to see me and thank me a couple weeks later. To paraphrase Mel: What we do (sometimes) "matters."

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July 2017 Hotpocket Full episode audio for MD edition 10:15 min - 8 MB - M4A