Inhalation Injuries in First Responders

Mayo Clinic Talks

14-05-2024 • 25 mins

Host: Joshua D. Luciew, MPAS, P.A.-C.

Guest: Brittany A. Strelow, DMSc, P.A.-C., M.S.

Air pollution is a pervasive issue that surrounds us every day, with varying degrees of severity depending on our environment. As we go about our daily lives, we unknowingly inhale harmful substances that are present in the air. But what happens when this exposure is magnified, and individuals such as first responders are continuously exposed to severe air pollutants, like fire smoke?

In the United States alone, fire departments respond to a fire every 21 seconds, exposing numerous individuals to the dangers of smoke inhalation.

Tune in as we delve into smoke inhalation injury, exploring who is most at risk, and how this silent killer can have long-term effects on our health.

National EMS Week is May 19 – May 25

Connect with the Mayo Clinic’s School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/.

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