P10M 007 - The Review

Hosts: Juan Perez, Lance Boland
Recorded on: October 25, 2018

Description: In episode seven we take a look at the EMS and civilian response to mass shootings, the types of injuries that are seen and what we can do to assist the wounded. We review the Las Vegas shooting FEMA report, as well as a report on the Pulse Nightclub shooting.

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P10M 006 - The Caller, The Dispatcher and The Responder

Hosts: Juan Perez, Lance Boland, Andrew Aquino
Recorded on: October 24, 2018

Description: In episode six we discuss the interactions of the caller, the dispatcher and the responder to give a candid insight as to the interactions of each, and the effort required to coordinate services for those in need.

We take a look at what’s necessary for us as callers in an emergency to give the vital information to dispatchers, and what responders look for from directions from dispatchers.

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P10M 005 - Drugs are bad, mmmkay

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Hosts: Juan Perez, Lance Boland, Jim Larsen, Ken Krikac, Devin Chase
Recorded on: December 21, 2017

Description: In episode five we discuss the dangers of street drug and exposure to first responders, EMS, Fire and law enforcement. 

How Narcan has come to be a lifesaver for OD's of not only addicts, but first responders who were incidentally exposed to synthetic opioids.

We talk about VM Formings v1 and v2 of the TQ holder and how we have abused the hell out of it and it just keeps doing its job!

We have a discussion with Devin Chase about trends in trauma gear for Law Enforcement

We put out to the panel a question on DNR tattoos and their perception and response

P10M 004 - Healed Bodies Broken Minds Part 2

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Hosts: Juan Perez, Lance Boland, Jim Larsen, Ken Krikac, Devin Chase
Recorded on: December 21, 2017

Description: In this episode we discuss how fixing bodies can result in broken minds after being exposed to trauma or the results of trauma. We brought in County Fire Chaplain Ken Krikac to discuss how he works with local EMS to help first responders past our most difficult moments. 

Devin Chase discusses an emerging threat to Fire, EMS, first responders and law enforcement in the form of a dangerous street drug, how to protect yourself and team from exposure.

Jim Larsen gives us an insight on transitioning from the military into a Fire / EMS career as well as colorful insights into the realities of being on duty. 

This podcast has been cut into two parts due to length and depth of topics. 

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P10M 004 - Healed Bodies Broken Minds - Part 1

Hosts: Juan Perez, Lance Boland, Jim Larsen, Ken Krikac, Devin Chase
Recorded on: December 21, 2017

Description: In this episode we discuss how fixing bodies can result in broken minds after being exposed to trauma or the results of trauma. We brought in County Fire Chaplain Ken Krikac to discuss how he works with local EMS to help first responders past our most difficult moments. 

Devin Chase discusses an emerging threat to Fire, EMS, first responders and law enforcement in the form of a dangerous street drug, how to protect yourself and team from exposure.

Jim Larsen gives us an insight on transitioning from the military into a Fire / EMS career as well as colorful insights into the realities of being on duty. 

This podcast has been cut into two parts due to length and depth of topics. 

E-mail us with questions!: questions at platinum10.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/platinumtenmedical
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P10M 003 - Trauma Kit or Trauma Sh*t?

Hosts: Juan Perez, Chris Jamie, Lance Boland
Recorded on: November 17, 2017

Description: In this episode Juan, Lance and Chris discuss the common contents found in most trauma kits, what do you need, what can you leave out, and most importantly, what most people fail to train on. 

We touch a few nerves with the TQ debate on what's hot and what's not, discuss a little history on medical equipment, and talk about how your car is not a good place for a trauma kit while on the range. 

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P10M 002 - Bystander to First Responder

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Hosts: Juan Perez, Chris Jamie, Juan Perez
Recorded on: November 17, 2017

Description: In this episode Juan, Lance and Chris discuss the training options to civilians, law enforcement and others and what to look for in an trauma instructor or medical training organization.

Pushing past the bystander mentality during a traumatic event and how good training can make the difference in responding.

How much training is enough and how much is too little? Are you a professional student or a first responder?

CA AB-909 and what it means for California's response to trauma
https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billTextClient.xhtml?bill_id=201720180AB909

CPR on women and the reluctance to be hands on in an emergency
https://www.theverge.com/2017/11/13/16643258/cardiac-arrest-women-cpr-emergency

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P10M 001 - Welcome to the Platinum 10 Podcast!

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Hosts: Juan Perez, Chris Jamie, Juan Perez

Recorded on: November 17, 2017

Description: Juan, Chris and Lance talk about what it takes to build and maintain a medical training organization and the birth of Platinum 10 Medical. Lance has to explain what a potato ricer is, our favorite foods while on duty, and we discuss how to take the first step from bystander to trained first care provider. All this and more in episode 1