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    • Any new blood to this site would be helpful.  I'm not sure how much of a response you will get but please post away to your heart's content.  I'm looking forward to what you have.  But please don't get discouraged at the lack of response to your posts as this site is not the same as it was 5 or so years ago.  
    • Hi my name is Chandra Nortelus I recently passed my NREMT and is currently working in the Bahamas as an Emt ... I live in the Bahamas and was recently affected by Hurricane cat 5 hurricane Dorian working through the storm trying to evacuate patients. 3 of my family members lost everything my car was under water my only transportation to and from work ... Any donations small or big will be accepted I'm calling on all my medic all around to lend a helping hand your donations will help my family and others.... thanking you in advance .EMT 4 Life... https://www.paypal.me/chandraemt is my PayPal where funds can be sent.. images of a few of my family members homes are in pics below
    • Hi everyone,  can I come play?  Retired medic and police officer, 40 years.  Got lots of great advice and tips on the game.
    • Hi Laurknee13 - I've seen that you have posted a couple of basic questions that honestly should have been answered in your EMT class.  But since you are asking no - you should open the oxygen up to 15lpm for the BVM.   Have you asked your instructor these questions?  
    • no - continue on to the h ospital - the AED can be put on while you are enroute to the hospital.  
    • What treatment is available if a patient has taken an ED med, then calls for assistance having chest pain?  If you cannot administer nitro, what do you use?
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