EMS Today 2012 Photo Contest Winners
The category criteria included the following areas:
Agency/Department: Your best vehicle or specialized vehicle, highlighted in front of your city skyline or other natural wonder your city/region is know for.
Scene: Scenes showing patient care, extrication, transport. Must be technically accurate (and if indicated, showing proper PPE).
Compassionate Care: Scenes showing your personnel providing care or support to individuals, e.g., children, elderly, special needs.
Close-ups of Clinical Care or Equipment: Starting IVs, opening airways, equipment.
Agency/Department: Ready For Another Mission
Wake Forest Baptist Health helicopters Aircare 1 and Aircare 2 on the pad ready for another mission (Submitted by Roger Horton, Mount Airy, N.C.)
Scene: LifeCare Medical Transports Inc.
Pinkie, the new Breast Cancer Awareness Ambulance (Submitted by Erica Cutrona, Fredericksburg, Va.)
Compassionate Care & Overall Winner: Pittsburgh Paramedic renders aid at fire
"Pittsburgh Paramedic renders aid at fire" was the overall contest winner. In the image, Pittsburgh Paramedic Simon Taxel administers supplemental oxygen to a cat rescued from a working structure fire. (Submitted by Simon Taxel, Pittsburgh)
A compact, MOLLE-equipped pack designed for rapid field response for the treatment of most extremity fractures, dislocations and joint injuries. Fractures can be splinted in position found! Disaster preparedness and surge capacity available!
The Compact Sager Alternative! Treats proximal third and mid-shaft femoral fractures. Radio-lucent,universal: fits adult or child,treats unilateral or bilateral fractures. Rapid one-person assembly/application. Compact, robust, and lightweight.
Your complete fracture response system! Features a compact Sager Traction Splint, an Adaptor
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