(42:07) This week we talk note taking technologies, nephronology, bio-chemistry, greek god’s wooden parts, and army medics. Kelly also points out lucrative markets for lawyers in EMS that might change it for the better.
What I Did This Week
Ron wwitched note taking and recording technologies. Livescribe to Evernote
1% per year after 40
Acetamenophen and alcholol and there is a drug/hormone/enzyme given to handle it.
Missing testicular torsion
Greek good Priapus
I’m Dr Google’s assistant
Pharmodynamics – PD – drug on the body
pharmacokinetics – PK – body working on the drug, ADME – Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism, Excretion 28:00
This is going to be if not already is our biggest patient population
Do you does drugs different on a regular basis based on patient age?
DNR bracelets – lack of understanding in EMS?
None, but I did pick the person I want for my clinical internship.
And I applied to work for a service here in Abilene.
(i) Out-of-Hospital DNR Identification devices. As an optional means of identification, a patient may obtain, at patient’s expense, an OOH-DNR device. An OOH-DNR device, as approved by the Department of State Health Services, must meet the following requirements:
(1) An intact, unaltered, easily identifiable plastic identification OOH-DNR bracelet, with the word “Texas” (or a representation of the geographical shape of Texas and the word “STOP” imposed over the shape) and the words “Do Not Resuscitate,” shall be honored by qualified EMS personnel in lieu of an original OOH-DNR order form.
(2) An intact, unaltered, easily identifiable metal bracelet or necklace inscribed with the words, “Texas Do Not Resuscitate – OOH” shall be honored by qualified EMS personnel in lieu of an OOH-DNR order form.