RMI Northern Cairn

RMI Northern Cairn Giving people the knowledge to make good decisions in bad environments. http://www.northerncairn.com
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Our courses are not taught strictly out of textbooks. We provide hands-on, medical training that prepares outdoor professionals and enthusiasts for emergency medical situations. We use scenarios and practical exams to give our students the knowledge and confidence to handle a situation when 911 is not an option. Upon successful completion of our wilderness medicine courses, participants will be certified by Remote Medical International , the world leader in Remote medicine. Our certifications are valid for three years and are internationally recognized.

Mission: Giving people the knowledge to make good decisions in bad environments

Remote Medical Training
07/10/2019

Remote Medical Training

Night scenarios are always fun and challenging and our students never fail to rise to the occasion.

Remote Medical Training
07/02/2019

Remote Medical Training

Register before July 16, 2019, for our one-month-long REMT course: 2019/09/23 | REMOTE EMERGENCY TECHNICIAN (REMT) and receive 10% off your course registration. Offer is limited to one per customer and is specific to our September 23 - October 18, 2019, REMT course. Offer expires on July 16, 2019.

Contact Customer Service with questions:
(360)-727-1944

Remote Medical Training
06/26/2019

Remote Medical Training

Instructor @seangom8 teaches six simple questions you can ask your patient to a group of Hybrid-Wilderness First Responder students. These questions can help you gather a complete and thorough medical history from your patient while conducting a patient exam.
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SAMPLE medical history acronym
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Signs & symptoms: what signs or symptoms do they have?
Allergies: do you have any allergies?
Medications: are you taking any medications, and if so, what for?
Past medical history: do you have any past pertinent medical history?
Last oral intake, urination, and bowel movement?
Events: what events led up to the incident?
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#Wildernessfirstresponder #Wildernessfirstaid

Remote Medical International
05/01/2019
Remote Medical International

Remote Medical International

We're proud to announce that we currently have nearly 50 job openings available through out the country and around the world. Find the position that best suits you here: https://bit.ly/2TAwaSG

AHA Science News
11/11/2018

AHA Science News

#PRINCESS: 90 days after cardiac arrest, pre-hospital trans-nasal evaporative intra-arrest cooling outcomes good; similar to standard care. http://spr.ly/6187EBnUZ #AHA18

Bolsters the validity of compression only CPR
10/15/2018
SCCM | Society of Critical Care Medicine

Bolsters the validity of compression only CPR

The Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) is the largest non-profit medical organization dedicated to promoting excellence and consistency in the practice of critical care.

Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM)
04/24/2018
Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM)

Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM)

In prehospital management of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest, bag mask ventilation (BMV) has been touted as a less complex alternative to endotracheal intubation (ETI). However, study findings vary as to whether BMV or ETI have superior survival.

The latest Concise Critical Appraisal examines bag mask ventilation versus endotracheal intubation through a study by Jabre et al.

Remote Medical International
04/14/2018
Remote Medical International

Remote Medical International

Are you a qualified Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) with experience in remote, industrial or clinic settings? Apply today for our EMT position in Tucson, Arizona!

Remote Medical International
04/12/2018
Remote Medical International

Remote Medical International

On January 20, 2018, two Remote Medical International medical providers treated a heart attack patient on a remote island 2,000 miles from definitive care. Read how they saved the patient's life and he was cleared to return to the island five days later:

Epic fail by JAMA, too bad, they are usually pretty trustworthy.  Just goes to show you that you can't believe everythin...
03/30/2018
Hypothermia

Epic fail by JAMA, too bad, they are usually pretty trustworthy. Just goes to show you that you can't believe everything you read! Hope they do better research prior to posting next time. Good depiction of provider confusion with cold/freeze injuries and how misinformation is propopgated.

This JAMA Patient Page describes hypothermia, its prevention, and treatment strategies.

Interesting, low risk and ever present!
03/14/2018
Physician's First Watch

Interesting, low risk and ever present!

"For patients [in the ED] not obviously requiring IV therapy, we should treat nausea with repeated inhalations from an isopropyl alcohol swab instead of administering any other drug": http://jwat.ch/2Dcb5FT

Rwanda Seventh-Day Adventist churchgoers killed by lightning – TIN MỚI
03/11/2018
Rwanda Seventh-Day Adventist churchgoers killed by lightning – TIN MỚI

Rwanda Seventh-Day Adventist churchgoers killed by lightning – TIN MỚI

Rwanda Seventh-Day Adventist churchgoers killed by lightning Image caption Churchgoers were killed in southern Rwanda, near the border with BurundiA lightning strike killed at least 16 people and injured dozens more at a Seventh-Day Adventist church in Rwanda on Saturday, an official said. Most of t...

NEJM Journal Watch
03/08/2018

NEJM Journal Watch

Mitigating the effects of antibiotics on the intestinal microbiome. http://jwat.ch/2toJQbs

Great resource!
01/25/2018
BMJ

Great resource!

A guide on the timely evaluation and initial management of febrile returning travellers

JAMA
12/01/2017
JAMA

JAMA

Two human cases of Seoul virus infection were identified in Tennessee and traced back to an outbreak among rat breeders in Wisconsin and Illinois.

American College of Chest Physicians
11/21/2017
American College of Chest Physicians

American College of Chest Physicians

The global leader in clinical chest medicine: pulmonary, critical care, sleep. CHEST, the journal CHEST, and CHEST Foundation.

A Multicenter, Randomized Trial of Ramped Position vs Sniffing Position During Endotracheal Intubation of Critically Ill...
10/22/2017
A Multicenter, Randomized Trial of Ramped Position vs Sniffing Position During Endotracheal Intubation of Critically Ill Adults

A Multicenter, Randomized Trial of Ramped Position vs Sniffing Position During Endotracheal Intubation of Critically Ill Adults

Hypoxemia is the most common complication during endotracheal intubation of critically ill adults. Intubation in the ramped position has been hypothesized to prevent hypoxemia by increasing functional residual capacity and decreasing the duration of intubation, but has never been studied outside of…

Flu Experts See Potential for a Nasty Winter Season
10/22/2017
Flu Experts See Potential for a Nasty Winter Season

Flu Experts See Potential for a Nasty Winter Season

Influenza viruses are among most unpredictable disease actors around. These constantly changing germs regularly humiliate anyone who is rash enough to forecast the potential severity of an upcoming...

Way to go Phoebe!
09/14/2017
Lyme Disease: An Uptick in Cases for 2017

Way to go Phoebe!

What is Lyme Disease? Lyme disease was first identified in the 1970s in a small town called Lyme, Connecticut. It is a multisystem inflammatory zoonotic disease caused by a spirochete bacterium from the Borrelia genus. A majority of the cases in the U.S. are caused by the Borrelia burgdorferi strain...

Global Rescue
08/04/2017
Global Rescue

Global Rescue

Headed to Mexico? Tourists face potential danger from contaminated alcohol. Read our advice before you go.

04/18/2017
Hi, we're hiring!

Looking to work in Remote Environments?

Interested in Remote Medical International? We're looking for motivated, skilled, & all-around awesome medical providers. Apply now!

04/18/2017
Special Operations Medical Association

Special Operations Medical Association

After years of dedication and service to his nation as a Special Operations Nurse Anesthetist Jim Reed continues to give back to his community in his pursuit of higher education as a student in the DNP program at Duke university by teaching his local Law Enforcement stop the bleed classes.

04/06/2017

If you need to recert your WFR or WEMT, we have a hybrid course coming up May 5-6, enroll soon to complete the pre-course on time! www.remotemedical.com

03/01/2017

For all of you who need to recert your WFR, we have a Hybrid 2 day option May 5-6, 2017!

Why Killer Viruses Are On The Rise
02/15/2017
Why Killer Viruses Are On The Rise

Why Killer Viruses Are On The Rise

If you think there are more dangerous infectious diseases than ever, you're right. One big reason: pushing animals like this one out of their homes.

Interesting study, maybe mom had it right all along, who knew!
05/12/2016
Vol 11 Issue 19

Interesting study, maybe mom had it right all along, who knew!

Half-strength Apple Juice May Reduce Need for IV Rehydration Compared to Electrolyte Maintenance Solution in Children with Mild Gastroenteritis and at Most Mild Dehydration

Northern Cairn is excited to announce that, effective immediately, our courses are now a part of Remote Medical Internat...
03/29/2016
Northern Cairn Classes Now Conducted by RMI

Northern Cairn is excited to announce that, effective immediately, our courses are now a part of Remote Medical International (RMI), which will provide our students with an even wider range of training options. RMI is a company that shares the same vision and same dedication to quality medical training and has trained over 15,000 students worldwide. Our hybrid courses will continue to be offered at our Northern Michigan facility and our students will be able to obtain recertifications through RMI.

Since 1999, Northern Cairn set out to provide excellence in medical training and to give every student the knowledge to make good decisions in bad environments. We created a company that provided quality education to prepare students for medical emergencies in remote and wilderness settings. We are proud of what we have accomplished and of the community we have built. We are pleased to continue to develop those relationships with Remote Medical International and build a stronger medical training program for our student base. Learn more here: http://bit.ly/1TeABiQ

Effective immediately, Northern Cairn courses will now be conducted through Remote Medical International (RMI). A global provider of remote and wilderness medical training, RMI has helped over 15,000 students around the world practice good medicine in challenging places.

Experimental Dengue Vaccine Protects All Recipients in Virus Challenge Study
03/16/2016
Experimental Dengue Vaccine Protects All Recipients in Virus Challenge Study

Experimental Dengue Vaccine Protects All Recipients in Virus Challenge Study

NIAID conducts and supports research—at NIH, throughout the United States, and worldwide—to study the causes of infectious and immune-mediated diseases, and to develop better means of preventing, diagnosing and treating these illnesses. News releases, fact sheets and other NIAID-related materials ar…

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