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    Rettungssanitäterin ( EMT-P ? )
  1. Howdy and Welcome. I wish you a lot of fun and good conversations. Greetings from Germany.
  2. Fenta

    a crappy day

    Today was a strange day. First, I came to our station and was greeted from my collages with roars of laughter. Then I went to our disposition to receive the keys and the folder of our ambulance, and got the replacement vehicle allocated because of the Reason that our ambulances was in the auto repair shop. After a short check of our replacement ambulance we got then our first run, which was canceled 20 minutes after departure from our disposition so that we got as second run a Infection run for a Patient with Pseudomonas aeruginosa from a Rehab to a University Hospital. But on our way to the
  3. A long time I've thought about, what I can do with this Blog area. But unfortunately I do not know it to, at this time. Now I am sitting here again and think about. I hope I find a Idea. I believe at this time is the only thing that is moving a clock on my wall and not my brain...... What a cognition!!!!! Now it's 11:00 PM CET.......tick tick tack.... At 8:00 AM I have to get up for my shift on BLS Ambulance 3-7. Let see how it will.....
  4. For what helps such a membership? Would I be by joining a better EMT? I don't know such a thing. I have a Red Cross Volunteer membership.
  5. Here it is the same I have never seen that one of our emergency physicians or Paramedics treat a hyperclycämia in the field.
  6. I forgot something..... In the Red Bag we have 3 Larynxtubes and in the Blue Bag a complete intubation set.
  7. I will not Change it. I like it. There have already been worse. There's not much in the backpacks. Red Bag - Disposable gloves - Hand disinfectants - Blood pressure meter - stethoscope - Blood glucose meter - resuscitator - ventilation masks - Manual Suction Pump - suction catheter - crushing bags - Sam Splints - dressing material - cool packs - rescue Blankets -documentation sheets Blue Bag - 2-liter oxygen bottle with pressure reducer - Oxygen connection tubes - oxygen masks - oxygen cannulas - finger tips - swab - Skin disinfectant - intravenous catheters -
  8. We must always carry 3 - 4 things with us. - Red Bag for BLS/ PHTLS and Blue Bag for ALS with 5 drugs or a Complett Rescue Backback for BLS/ ALS/ PHTLS with more than 10 drugs - AED or Semi-automatic defibrillator - Succion Unit For children we have an extra emergency case for PLS. mobile stretcher, carrying chair, Spine Board, scoop stretcher and vacuum mattress we take to our patient during the supply.
  9. Fenta


    Thank you for the warm welcome Pox and djdudley. djdudey. I've met some really nice people here at the Chat in the last weeks. And in the forum, there are really interesting topics. However, I still need a little time to understand all the words and different meanings behind some sentences here.
  10. Fenta


    Thank you for the welcome, Thank you for your words they're also my opinion and thank you for the friendship.
  11. He was just now before 30 min in the chat.... and asked us something about.....
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