Reel Emergency Provides New Interactive Vodcast for Emergency Care Providers

The image shows the Reel Emergency Vodcast logo, a white movie camera with a red cross on a black background.

Handtevy – Pediatric Emergency Standards, Inc., ReelDx, and 410 Medical, Inc. jointly announce their collaboration on the Reel Emergency vodcast – a new platform for sharing and discussion of emergent patient cases, including the use of provider- captured video. Reel Emergency features Drs. Peter Antevy, Mark Piehl and David Spiro, all thought leaders in pediatrics, emergency medicine, intensive care, and EMS. Reel Emergency was founded as a unique platform for emergency care providers to learn and discuss best practices in resuscitation. The first three episodes covered a teenager with Multi-system Inflammatory disease (MIS-C) presenting to the emergency department with shock, a toddler with altered mental status and seizures treated by EMS, and an adult with a gunshot wound treated for hemorrhagic shock in the field.

“Reel Emergency builds on decades of emergency medicine experience in a multitude of settings,” said Peter Antevy, MD, Founder and Chief Medical Officer of Pediatric Emergency Standards. “Drs. Piehl, Spiro, and I see benefit in having a forum dedicated to emergent resuscitation where we can share patient cases and review them live with a focus on audience interaction. Reel Emergency represents that opportunity.”

“We are excited about the way the Reel Emergency format engages an audience in compelling cases that help us improve the care we provide to critically ill patients,” said Mark Piehl, MD, MPH, Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer of 410 Medical. “Our most recent case presentation is a powerful example of how we can leverage provider-captured video to review and discuss complex patient care scenarios.”

“Working with other thought-leaders in this space, both via my co-panelists and the interactive audience, has revealed the need for a cooperative vodcast like Reel Emergency,” said David Spiro, MD, MPH and Co-Founder of “ReelDx is pleased to provide content carefully selected by the team to showcase diverse medical conditions and the latest in evidence-based medicine.”

Reel Emergency, powered by Prodigy EMS, broadcasts live programs monthly, and EMS professionals can earn 1 hour of continuing education via Prodigy EMS. Follow Reel Emergency on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter (@ReelEmergency).

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