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Help?

Posted by ems.rockstar2013 in Help??, 18 March 2014 · 189 views

So I started a medic program this last August, and well things have been going great, I understand pharm, although memorizing doses is kind of a  bear, but I will get it. Cardiology is pretty smooth for me, I picked up on it faster then most of my fellow classmates. So here is the problem, our main group of students is split into two lab groups, and...

16 Hours

Posted by Chief1C in My Corner of the World, 08 January 2014 · 257 views

16 hours. I feel like a vampire. I get up, it's dark. I go to work, it's dark. I go home, it's f****** dark.. I sleep, its daylight.

every now and then, will be a tremendous rattle the ground will start shake and a train will pass. otherwise I see nothing I hear nothing I'm just here. All alone. Who am I supposed to help?I think I'd rather be an ambulan...

I need emt skills instructors

Posted by lttlFF in lttlFF's Blog, 14 July 2013 · 498 views
Riverside calif.

I need emt skills instructors regularly for test dates. If interested, email me at lttlemt@aol.com. Dates are july 16th 2pm.

What now?

Posted by itku2er in itku2er's Blog, 31 May 2013 · 467 views

Tonight my son graduated from the vocational school. He got a certificate from carpentry. He made it all the way up to two week before graduation and he failed out of the nursing program. This was hard on him and myself all these years I have told both my boys you can do anything you want in life if you fail you fail as long as you do your best that is al...

My brother's dog is now living with me

Posted by Kaisu in CrapMagnet's Blog, 22 April 2013 · 579 views

Drako is a big scary dog. He is a pit bull / rottweiler mix and he is big and strong and scary looking. He came into my life about 7 or 8 years ago when he was rescued, with another smaller pit, from an abusive situation. He was going to live with my daughter and her family. I happened to be in town when he arrived. I spent a few hours with the dog in my...

Last blog post

Posted by naturegirl in naturegirl's Blog, 31 December 2012 · 2,699 views

So here I sit spinning around in my own little world, waiting for some cheese and bread for my wine.  No my whine.  It will be my last post because obviously there is nothing in the last 3 that has made anyone offer any words.  No slap upside the head, no you deserve what you've been dealt, etc etc.  I posted in hopes of finding out if...

Coming to Realizations

Posted by Kim_Possible in Kim_Possible's Blog, 05 December 2012 · 1,237 views

Today is a day off.  Currently I am reclined in a chair and catching up on Hawaii Five 0.  There is nothing like a little McGarrett and Dano to clear my mind.  

Yesterday was the extra day I worked.  I came to realize of how hard I am on myself, but also realizing that due to this anxiety come into play.  Now many of my fellow colleagues would advise me to...

Failed

Posted by emtannie in Distracted by Shiny Objects, 11 August 2012 · 3,661 views

As some of you know, it has been a long time since I have really been here in the city... and to be honest, I have been avoiding it, mostly in shame.  

In 2009, I started paramedic classes... I loved it, even though juggling a...

I need your Votes to improve patient care!

Posted by tbbp in tbbp's Blog, 18 June 2012 · 1,636 views

Hello EMS friends!

I am the medic that invented the Turley Backboard Pad. I am now trying to get a grant to develope other complimentary products. I need 160 more votes in 12 days.

Just go to www.missionsmallbusiness.com Hit Login & Support, then enter Turley Backboard Pad Co, state of WA, city...

Enlisted FMF corpsman, paramedic, looking for contract work

Posted by MrWig in MrWig's Blog, 04 June 2012 · 36,197 views

Hello everyone, I've been a member of emtcity for quite sometime, although I don't come around here too often. I just would like to fire a shot in the dark and see what I hit. I am currently serving as a FMF corpsman in the US Navy. I have 1 combat deployment under my belt as a corpsman with a Marine unit in Helmand, AFG, I was an instructor for...

Enough Is Enough?

Posted by Lone Star in From The Cluttered Mind of Lone Star, 19 May 2012 · 3,345 views

Welcome back dear Readers!

I know it's been far too long since we've spent any quality time together, so I'm going to try to rectify that now...

For those that don't know, I was in the hospital for about a month with diverticulitis/diverticulosis. I presented to the local E/D unable to walk into the triage area because of severe...

Where is everyone, Im bored..

Posted by JeniF371 in JeniF371's Blog, 06 May 2012 · 1,735 views

Ya, I think Im gonna start using this blog again to tell my feelings and get them out there so it isnt all over facebook and have people in my business that dont need to be...

Defiant

Posted by AZEMTJUNKIE in ICEP , 19 January 2012 · 1,118 views
EMT, EMT'S, PARAMEDIC and 4 more...



The Seven Dís of Stroke Survival

Posted by CTCSG in CTCSG's Blog, 07 December 2011 · 1,770 views
stroke survival and 8 more...

A stroke occurs when the blood supply to the brain is cut off by an artery in the brain that either ruptures or is blocked, cutting off critical oxygen supply to neurons. Approximately 80 percent of neurons die within three hours of the time that oxygen is cut off; therefore, rapid action is critical to prevent irreversible brain damage. Healthcare...

Tested and testing

Posted by E.James in E.James' Blog, 18 November 2011 · 1,335 views

NREMT-P?????
Could it be? The day is near where I finally test for my emt-paramedic. Nervous? Yes. Excited? Yes. Blogger? No. I have no idea why I am writing this, and no idea who will ever read it. But whatever, why not. It's past midnight, I am losing my mind, and instead of studying I am reading EMS forums and looking up videos on...

It's fundraising time of the year

Posted by Ruffmeister Paramedic in Ruffems' Blog, 09 September 2011 · 869 views

ok, so my son is in cubscouts. He wants the scholarship but the only way to meet his goal which the scholarship is 2500.00 in popcorn sales, is to hit up everyone of our friends, neighbors, relatives and whoever else he want's to sell to.

I find that a pain in the butt because people seem to feel like they can't say no. I've said no enough but only...

This is unbelievable

Posted by 2wheelinemt in 2wheelinemt's Blog, 22 August 2011 · 882 views

I was talking with my daughter when she came home from college today. She was telling me that one of her friends knew the people that use to live across the street from us. Theynhad just moved away, about 3 months ago. She went on to tell me that the female claimed that she was forced to video with her phone, an 8 year old girl having sex with a 13 year...

CPR HD

Posted by EMTCOWGIRL in EMTCOWGIRL's Blog, 11 August 2011 · 1,710 views

Has anyone heard of or been practicing the CPR HD protocol. I learned it today it was a really amazing efficient way to work a STEMI. The focus is to decrease prolonged interruptions of chest compressions. It's an organized plan where everybody knows exactly what they are supposed to be doing and gives the PT the best chance of recovering neurologically...

A Fool's Fail

Posted by EvilEmpress in EvilEmpress' Blog, 01 April 2011 · 830 views

Because of the pain killer I took Wednesday night, I slept pretty much all day Thurday. I didn't really start my day until around 3pm and even then I just didn't want to get out of bed. Now, it's after midnight and I can't sleep. My leg is killing me again and I don't have many of my good pain killers left.

I wish I could just rip this...

File 4 " Be Prepared Learn From Japan"

Posted by +medic in The Red Light Files, 21 March 2011 · 1,035 views

The sad events in Japan have had a personal impact on me over the last week. I lived in Japan for a long time while I was in the military. I became very accustomed to Japanese culture and way of life. Even after I left I returned to Japan many times and have a very personal and social stake in the well fare of Japan. When I heard the...



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