Secouriste Posted March 10, 2013 Author Share Posted March 10, 2013 (edited) Fab: Bonjour! You found a great video here! You can see our teams working during a big event coverage from 20:55 to 27:10 This video is so awesome I actually tried to subtitle it, but all I can do it make a translation script, I'm completely unable to do the whole synch process... To answer your question, the doctor gets shocked by the pacemaker (internal defibrillator) the patient is wearing. He explains the pacemaker interpreted the chest compressions like a shockable rythme and delivered a shock. As you noticed, it's this shock that restores a stable circulation. It's the first time in his career that he experienced such thing Richard: Hello and thank you! Yes, thank you for giving the right term. It's quite hard to translate the first aid vocabulary we use here, especially regarding the organisation and roles of everyone. A "crew chief" seems like the right word, except I wasn't designated. To access these responsibilities you have to go through a test and then an additional training. There is one evening of tests, then 2 days of theoretical training then, if you succeed all this, there is a field training during which you have to complete objectives. Once you've completed all your objectives you become an actual "crew chief" Edited March 10, 2013 by Secouriste Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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