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102. Implementing an RSI Time-Out
Kevin Collopy, BA, FP-C, CCEMT-P, NR-P, CMTE, New Hanover Regional Medical Center

103. Windows to the Heart Ultrasound Use in Acute Coronary Syndromes and Cardiac Arrest
Ray Cadwallader, NR-P, FP-C, Life Force Air Medical Service

104. Oxygen, It is a DRUG!
Michael Jasumback, MD, FACEP, PHI Air Medical

105. Sharpening the Cutting Edge: The Partnership of QA and Education Programs
Jason Clark, NRP, CCEMT-P, FP-C, C-NPT, CMTE, LIFE FORCE Air Medical

106. Rock it like Sully! CRM tools we can take away from the Miracle on the Hudson
Randy Mains, BA, ATP, CRMI, EMT, Oregon Aero

107. Why Do Neonatal/Pediatric Transports Have To Be So Difficult To Dispatch?
Stewart Corbin, CFC, CMTE, MedFlight and Jill Anderson, BSN, EMT-P, CMTE, Nationwide Children’s Hospital Transport Team

108. You Survived The Crash, Now What?
Carroll Ward, NREMT-P and Lisa Scott, BSN, RN, CEN, Nightingale Regional Air Ambulance

109. Shocked!  A Case Study of High a Voltage Electrical Injury
Matthew Randall, NRP, FP-C, Erlanger Life Force

109a. More Than “Just the Shakes”: Real Alcohol Emergencies
Michael Frakes, Director of Clinical Care, Boston Medflight

110. No Stroke Left Behind
Ray Bennett, BSN, RN, SCRN, CEN, CFRN, CTRN, NRP, RWJ Barnabas Health

111. Mommy, My Head Hurts : Pediatric Neurologic Emergencies
Craig LaRusso, MA, BSN, RN, C-NPT, Anne and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago

112. Accident Avoidance for Clinicians
Christian Renne, Physician/MD, Department of Emergency Medicine

113. Making the Workplace Great Again: A Dramatic Story Of A Cultural Transformation Of A HEMS Program.
Kolby Kolbet, MSN, RN, CFRN, CMTE, Life Link III

114. Flight Recording for 135.607 Deadline – What Do I Really need?
Casey DeLanghe, Appareo Systems.

115. Redesigning Communications: People, Equipment & Technology
Shawn Remick, EMT-P, RN, BSN, Indiana University Health LifeLine

116. New Zealand Airforce Helicopter Down
Dave Greenberg, Rescue Crew, EMT, The Life Flight Trust

117. 48-hr Backcountry Survival Challenge: Got Skills?!?!
Deb Witte, RN, CCRN and Nathan Morreale, BS, FP-C, NREMT-P, AirMed, University of Utah

118. Improving TeleStroke Care
Joseph DePatto, EMT-P, FP-C, Life Lion Critical Care

119. Not Just A Kid Problem Anymore: Transporting Adults With Congenital Heart Disease
Tracy Rojas, MSN, CCRN, C-NPT, Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago

120. Is Your Patient In Shock? If So, Fix It!
Steven Bott, MD, University of Utah

121. I’ll Take A Successful Survey For 500 Alex!
Tobin Miller, DNP, MSN/Ed., RN, CEN, CCRN, CFRN, Mercy Air and Jan Eichel, West Michigan AirCare

122.Why Do Smart Pilots Make Dumb Decisions? An investigation into 4 real world crashes…
Dan Foulds – Air Medical Resource Instructor

123. FirstNet: 21st Century Communications for air medical services
Brent Williams, FirstNet – First Responder Network Authority

124. New Ways to Determine Ischemia in LBBB
Bryan Winchell, RN, EMT-P, CNP-T, CCRN, CFRN, FP-C, CCP-C, Flight For Life

125. The Silent Killer! Ventilation of the Metabolic Patient: A Case Study
Eric Bauer, MBA, FP-C, CCP-C, C-NPT, Air Methods Corporation

125a. Auto Rotations: Reality Exposed
Bruce Webb, Airbus, Scott Tyrrell, Jeff Guzzetti, Mike Hemann, Matthew Rigsby and Lee Roskop, Federal Aviation Administration

126. Worst Case Scenario: A review of Pediatric Traumatic Arrest
Robert Grabowski, MSN, RN, AGACNP-BC, CPNP-AC, CEN, CCRN, CFRN, EMT-P, Metro Life Flight – MetroHealth Medical Center

127. Neonatal Emergencies, It’s The Little Things…..
Lynette Hemphill, RN, NRP, CEN, Air Care University Of Iowa

128. Peri-Intubation Hypotension: What To Consider Before You Pick Up Your Laryngoscope
Rob Bryant, MD, Classic Air Medical

129. Dashboards and Cockpits: Navigating Success by Designing Your Own Business Analytic Dashboard
Robert Higgins, RN, NRP, MBA, University of Pennsylvania Health System

130. Developing an Effective Emergency Response Plan
Keith Trepanier, MS-AS, Mayo Clinic Medical Transport

131. The Other Side of the Radio: the Experience of a Seasoned Flight RN as a Rookie Flight Coordinator
Amanda Lawrence, RN, BSN, CCRN, CFRN, AirMed, University of Utah

132. A Potpourri of Critical Care
Charles Sheppard, MD, FACEP, FAAEM, Mercy Life Line, Mercy Kids Transport

133. Out of Afghanistan: Case Reviews of Critical Transports
Brian Rogers, MD, LifeMed Alaska, LLC

133a. Training in Retrieval Medicine
Dr. Cheah Phee Kheng, Medical Director of Emergency Retrieval Unit, Sabah Women and Children’s Hospital and Dr. Yang Xiang Yun

134. Making the Positives and Negatives of Electrolytes and Acid-Base Add Up
Michael Gooch, DNP, RN, ACNP-BC, FNP-BC, ENP-BC, CFRN, CTRN, CEN, TCRN, EMT-P, Vanderbilt LifeFlight

135. Little Hearts/Big Challenges: Hemodynamic Management of Infants
Nathan Lepp, MD, MPH, PHI Air Medical

136. Precision Medicine and the Future of Air Medical Transport
Rourke Yeakley, MD, MHA, Air St. Luke’s

137. Overtriage! It is OK to Make a Mistake
Kevin Collopy, BA, FP-C, CCEMT-P, NR-P, CMTE, New Hanover Regional Medical Center

138. OSI-HEMS: Its Not How Safe You Fly, Its How you Fly Safe
Ira Blumen, MD, University of Chicago Air Medical

139. Sepsis, What’s Time Got To Do With It?
Daniel Mills, NR-P, FPC, Haynes Life Flight

140. Pain is Not Normal-Rethinking Injury Prevention for Air Medical Providers
Bryan Fass, ATC, LAT, CSCS, EMT-P, Fit Responder

141. Management of a Difficult Airway A Case Study
Travis Byerly Pennsylvania Advanced Practice, EMT-P, FP-C, Life Lion Critical Care