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WEML#6 Show Notes CME available: wms.org/members Wilderness & Environmental Medicine journal online: www.wemjournal.org Questions/comments/feedback and/or interest in participating in WEM Live? Send an email to: email@example.com Part 1: Article #1: Prophylactic Acetaminophen or Ibuprofen Result in Equivalent Acute Mountain Sickness Incidence at High Altitude: A Prospective Randomized Trial Authors: Nicholas C. Kanaan, Alicia L. Peterson, Matiram Pun, Peter S. Holck, Jennifer Starling, Bikash Basyal, Thomas F. Freeman, Jessica R. Gehner, Linda Keyes, Dana R. Levin, Catherine J. O’Leary, Katherine E. Stuart, Ghan B. Thapa, Aditya Tiwari, Jared L. Velgersdyk, Ken Zafren, Buddha Basnyat DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.wem.2016.12.011 Presenter: Buddha Basnyat, MD Reviewer: Amy Biondich, MD Part 2: Host Darryl Macias, MD discusses the just-published special edition of WEM with guest editor Brad Bennett, PhD. Tactical Combat Casualty Care: Transitioning Battlefield Lessons Learned to Other Austere Environments Guest Editors: Brad Bennett, PhD; Frank Butler, MD; Ian Wedmore, MD Volume 28, Number 2S, 2017 Articles discussed: 1. Bleeding Control Using Hemostatic Dressings: Lessons Learned Author: Brad L. Bennett DOI: TK 2. Treatment of Thoracic Trauma: Lessons from the Battlefield Adapted to All Austere Environments Author: Lanny F. Littlejohn DOI: TK The full TCCC Guidelines can be found here: http://cotccc.com News items discussed in this podcast: • WMS Summer Conference registration: https://www.wms.org/conferences/Breck17/ • ISMM 2018 meeting: Save the date! November 2018, Kathmandu, Nepal. • 2nd International Master Course In Mountain Emergency Medicine: http://www.mastermedicinadimontagna.com/download/International-Master-Course-in-Mountain-Emergency-Medicine.pdf