The future of EMS.
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
EMS providers should use binoculars to observe this type of scene from a safe location. (Photos Art Vandalay)
EMS providers are also at risk when they respond to scenes involving high levels of H2S. (Photo Art Vandalay)
First responders observe a patient conscious and breathing in a deep, labored manner outside the vehicle. (Photo Art Vandalay)
Compressions AND auto ventilation.
Advantages over standard compressions.
Valuable tools in respiratory care.
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Incident Management and Special Operations
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