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Rotor Wash


Dec 31, 2018

Talk Presenters: 

  • Ruth Myles, CFRN, EMT from Dartmouth-Hitchcock (DHART) 

 

  • Joel G. Coelho, NRP, FP-C, TP-C from Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center EMS Coordinator and US Army Flight Paramedic 


A “dual-rotor” presentation on the pro’s and con’s of tactical emergency medicine in the hot zone at
an active shooter or MCI event. We will look at lessons learned and emerging theories from recent
international terror events and present the complex and diverse arguments for and against critical
care in the hot zone.

 

 #CAMPECHO COMING SOON!

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Check out one of our partners IA Med

IA MED is coming to Jacksonville, FL in partnership with Jacksonville Fire and Rescue with their all-new redesigned Critical Care Prep course. 

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For info about the podcast, send me an email! tony.falzone@echoheliops.org