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Our JSOM Podcast team of Alex Merkle and Josh Randles will be reviewing the following articles for our Fall podcast: Slow Intravenous Infusion of a Novel Damage Control Cocktail Decreases Blood Loss in a Pig Polytrauma Model by Nathan J. White, MD, M... more
SO1 Brentyn Jones, Navy SEAL/SOCM, currently, working in the Tactical Medical Training Department, will be review Prevalence of Trauma-Induced Hypocalcemia in the Prehospital Setting. Patrick Thompson is affiliated with the Trauma, Hemostasis & Oxyge... more
Our guest medic editor this quarter, SSG Blake Wright, enlisted in 2013 and has since served in various roles across the 173d, 82d Airborne, and USASOC. He currently serves as a Special Operations Flight Medic and has future aspirations of applying t... more
Great podcasts!!! But can you please put a brief summary in the details sections to make it much easier to find specific podcasts with specific topics? This is common in most medical podcasts. Thanks!
I am a trauma CRNA in a busy inner city level 1 trauma center. The Navy corpsman come to our OR as well as Army Flight medics that are spinning up and need critical care experience. I am forever great full to these young men and women that are protecting and serving for what they do. I am also an avid backpacker and scout leader. I gravitated to this podcast based on my interest in wilderness first aid, teaching first aid to my young scouts. Just a great listen. Thank you to all our servicemen... more
Josh and Alex do a wonderful job of looking critically at articles from JSOM. Very educational. more
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Journal of Special Operations Medicine launched 4 years ago and published 34 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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