i have one of those patches if you didnt get one already. i seen them and bought a couple so i could share them with people that really wanted to wear them. so let me know and send me your address
"hello from america, my name is tony delarosa. I am interested in services around the world and your video with the car accident was interesting to me. I live in nyc and work in one of the rough areas of brooklyn. sorry, i don't have any fotos…"
"I can just imagine the look on the A&E docs face when I take a patient in with a party balloon/NPA/ETT cuff up their nose. When questioned, I will just say that Jeff said it was ok!!!
Jeff Rehman said:There is also a Gottshaulk (sp?) balloon…"
Hi everyone!Last week I featured a you tube video on one of my blog posts at Medicblog999.At the start of the video a patch is shown which I would love to get my hands on as I would be honoured to wear it on my uniform.If you have any information about how I can get a couple, please let me know.Thanks,See More
This is a site where members can post a photo of patches from their favorite or respective EMS agency . Group is also open to any firefighter , police officer , student in an EMS Training Program and even retired and former EMS workers !
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In our area, the current treatment is for any epistaxis which continues to bleed after 20mins of manual intervention (direct pressure/ cold compress/ sucking ice etc,) is to be transported to a&e where they…"
"We were taught to insert gauze between the upper lip and gum, then apply pressure. I'm not sure which artery is involved -- I think it's the superior coronary (the head, not the heart). It's been a long time."
Our protocols specifically prohibit the placement of any item to prevent bleeding internally. That includes childbirth, major trauma and epistaxis. Although the nasopharynx can be argued as an intermediary between internal and external and…"
I am in the process of starting a peice of national research in the UK on paramedics inserting anterior and/or posterior nasal packs for severe epistaxis, then bypassing the local casualty departments (ERs) and going direct to a regional ENT centre for definitive treatment.So far with various literature searches, I have been unable to find any EMS guidelines/protocols which show that there are any paramedics already doing this around the world.Do you have any info on this?, does your service…See More
Im a paramedic in the uk, who is always on the look out for interesting things to do with our profession. I have been in the job for 9 years and have worked on standard ambulances as well as Rapid Response cars. You can read a lot more about me at my blog (www.medicblog999.wordpress.com)
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hello from america, my name is tony delarosa. I am interested in services around the world and your video with the car accident was interesting to me. I live in nyc and work in one of the rough areas of brooklyn. sorry, i don't have any fotos up yet, but will put some up soon. my regular partner and i enjoy connecting with others throughout the u.s. in ems expositions that are staged through the country. congrats on your new child and good luck, i have 2, youngest 8 years. kids are the best and they make the best out of you. well take care.