Interviews with mathematics education researchers about recent studies. Hosted by Samuel Otten, University of Missouri. www.mathedpodcast.com Produced by Fibre Studios
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Sarah Spelsberg is an Emergency medicine Physicians Assistant and Fellow of Extreme and Wilderness Medicine (FEWM), who has spent the last 4 years working in a remote outpost in the Aleutian Islands - sandwiched between the Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea - a truly rugged place, where ‘The Deadliest Catch’ was filmed! Sarah's desire to challenge herself and her clinical skills has enabled her to push boundaries in remote medicine delivering exceptional medical care under extreme circumstances. In this episode, host Dr Will Duffin and Sarah discuss remote and rural healthcare and Sarah’s experience of dealing with some very unconventional scenarios including:
- Delivering a baby outside in the rain in her pyjamas and flip flops no gloves
- Prolonged field care during a “cyclone bomb” aka “arctic hurricane” where no medivac was possible for a patient who was compromised from a massive pleural effusion. Sarah performed a makeshift thoracentesis with a spinal needle and empty IV bag in a patient with a massive pleural effusion
- Transporting a critical patient in a Coast Guard helo past an actively erupting volcano to rendezvous with commercial medevac in Cold Bay.
- Building homemade ‘vent-splitters’ using bits from the island hardware store to double the ventilator capacity during covid-19.
- Treating dogs and cats on the island when there is no vet around, including how to sedate a dog, gain access and give morphine!