REQUEST FOR PARTNERSHIP
I bring to you warm greetings from the First Intervention Ghana (FIG), a Ghana originated non-govermental, charitable and basic life support (first aid service) ambulance organization.
The above named organization has been in existence since 2009 with high academic and dedicated personalities as executive members. Our aim is to serve as a key component of our rural health care system and to provide quality rapid response…Continue
Added by First Intervention Ghana on June 30, 2011 at 4:50pm — No Comments
We encourage every parent to visit and meet our…Continue
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The First Intervention Ghana needs your urgent support!
“We could not respond without the help of organizations like yours”
It has been established that wherever more people congregate, the potential for emergency to occur must be presumed. Thus in our work places or facilities and occasions (ceremonial, conference, tournament, hospitality, funeral, service delivery etc) and communities there must be the presence of trained first aid providers to offer emergency…Continue
Added by First Intervention Ghana on June 30, 2011 at 3:34pm — No Comments
Mana bisa sesorang di Jakarta mengambil kelas?
Where can someone in Jakarta Indonesia take a CPR Class?
Added by John William Revenboer on June 28, 2011 at 7:19am — No Comments
Added by Ahimsa Porter Sumchai, M.D. on June 27, 2011 at 10:38am — No Comments
Nothing on the floor but dirt, roaches and him. The carpet was stained beyond repair, food, beer, piss and shit mostly. That would have to be replaced in a few weeks when they finally got rid of the tennant. Three weeks at the most, probably one or two, it wouldn't be long, now.
"Jake" stood guard. The smell that nearly knocked me over didn't bother him, he circled his master, protecting him from the intruders.…Continue
Added by Michael Morse on June 22, 2011 at 8:38am — No Comments
A heroin overdose brings out the best and worst in us.
The best part: determining the reason for the unconscious, not breathing patient, bagging, supplemental 02, administering Narcan either IM or IV, watching the patient return, first the color, then the respirations and finally the eyes opening, finishing with the usual, what happened? There is little in EMS more satisfying than seeing the results of your work so dramatically displayed.
The worst part: Having the patient turn…Continue
Added by Michael Morse on June 18, 2011 at 6:05pm — No Comments
How hard is it to earn an air ambulance flight crew job?
Is it possible to start as a first responder or Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and work your way up to flight paramedic? Flight…Continue
She was concerned, and well she should have been- her husband of forty years lie unresponsive in his recliner, blank stare, drooling. Automatically she called 911, and automatically we responded. It was a meat and potatoes call for us, diabetic with low blood sugar, an easy fix, a little D-50 and he was as good as new. For the lady, we appeared miracle workers. Her husband's diabetes had always been under control, she had never seen the result of hypoglycemia.
Added by Michael Morse on June 13, 2011 at 10:25am — No Comments
Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) and paramedics tell us the same two things:
I love my job, and.... I'm broke.
If it does, read on to learn five "under the radar" ways to make some extra cash.
And don't worry, we understand your current situation.
We know you're already working a couple "part-time" EMS jobs.
So we'll be sure to skip over that advice and stick to stuff you can…
Added by Troy Shaffer on June 11, 2011 at 12:30am — No Comments
Hello! Just wanted to let everyone know about an exciting Expert Panel that will be going on all next week (June 13-17) at GHDonline.org:
Building Capacity to Enhance Prehospital care in Developing Countries
Emergency Medicine and trauma care experts will lead a discussion…Continue
Added by Trek Medics Intl on June 9, 2011 at 11:15pm — No Comments
Night time changes everything.
Reading patient vitals scribbled on medical tape, finding your black nomex gloves and walking across a field are all completely different at night.
The simple things we take for granted in daylight .....are often not so simple in the dark.
And that's just the beginning...…
Added by Troy Shaffer on June 1, 2011 at 10:00pm — No Comments