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pete jubie
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  • Shokan, NY
  • United States
  • Paramedic/EMT-I/EMT-D
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pete jubie replied to Sandra VandeBruinhorst's discussion Diabetic Ketoacidosis/Coma
"sounds like dka... saw about insulin in a comment. since she was always thirsty, she was dehydrated. time to start filling the tank with fluid. in a class i took, the doctor reported cases of dka needing 9 plus liters of fluid because the body used…"
Mar 20, 2009
pete jubie replied to Daniel Jozsa's discussion Wages in the group Paramedics
"The private, for profit company I worked for paid people on a whim. No sliding scale, no cola's, the least, the better. $16.50/hr(usd) for a medic with 7 years experince, 22 years in service. New medics $14.50/hr, give or take depending on how…"
Mar 12, 2009
pete jubie replied to Michelle's discussion Has anyone used quick clot in the field?
"YES I HAVE! 3 TIMES. I am a medic in NYS. The first use was on a person who cut his arm with a chainsaw. The cut was about 8 inches long and 1.5 wide and .5 deep. It was still actively bleeding. 4 bags were used, end to end, all were placed into…"
Feb 19, 2009
pete jubie replied to Jason's discussion Scenerio that has me stumped.
"In my opinion, since 9-1-1 was called, and the 9-1-1 crews answered, at minimum, medical control should have been contacted and a plan developed there after. Therefore, unless med control says different, to the e.d. we go. Was the primary transport…"
Feb 12, 2009
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Feb 12, 2009
pete jubie commented on Skip Kirkwood's blog post Creating a "culture of safety" in the EMS community
"It should start in EMT school. Go through practical stations, besides the oxygen, assessment, splinting, etc., teach how to approach a door, what to look for on a potentially bad scene. The cops, armed services and f.d. do live situations in school,…"
Feb 5, 2009
pete jubie replied to Jay's discussion Licensure in NC
"Yes, ALL medics, no matter what state, should be licensed to one, national standard. If you relocate from one state to another, the same training is a given. So, all you have to do is get aquainted with local protocols. As far as the nursing end...…"
Feb 2, 2009

Profile Information

Primary Agency/Department Type
Municipal Agency
Primary Department/Agency Name
Ellenville First Aid and Rescue Squad
Years in EMS/Public Safety
Other Past or Current Departments
Village of Catskill FD, Malden-West Camp FD, Diaz Ambulance, Alamo EMS, Empire State Ambulance Service, NDP EMS,
My Training:
NYS EMT/Paramedic- acls,pals,phtls,epc
NYS OFPC- avet,bus rescue,rope rescue, evoc,pump ops, hazmat decon, and alot of others
About Me
enjoy outdoors- fishing, hunting, especially when my kids are involved.
enjoy learning new things..
Day Job
I Love Being in EMS Because
grew up in that enviroment, i am good at what i do.
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