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Friday, November 23, 2018

Tactical Bodyweight Workouts Present EMTPrep featuring: Monophasic vs Biphasic EMS Monitors and Why Become a Paramedic On US Sports Net

In this video [below], we discuss the major differences between monophasic monitors and biphasic monitors.

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Why Become a Paramedic
By: Stefan Nick

Being a paramedic is not only a great way to make a positive change in the world, but it is also a great career that provides you with a different set of challenges each day, keeping you busy and always learning more and more about your career. While being a paramedic is not for everyone, there are many people who are able to effectively be paramedics and enjoy their career choice. You must be comfortable working with others in a fast paced environment to be a paramedic, and good decision making skills are a crucial aspect of the job.

Paramedics are needed in every area, and it is a job that will not become obsolete in a matter of years. While modern medicine is advancing at a fast rate, there are still situations that cannot be prevented by medicine, and that is why paramedics are still needed, and will continue to be needed for an extremely long time to come. The first duty of a paramedic is to attend to the scene of an emergency and to assess the condition of the patient. An in-depth knowledge of medical conditions is necessary to ensure that the proper evaluation is given. This involves a lot of knowledge, but there are many great paramedic training programs available that can teach you the necessary information that you need to know.

In addition to assessing their condition, paramedics must also be able to treat the medical emergency. In many cases this will be limited treatment, but in some cases a paramedic will be able to treat the patient fully. In cases where only limited treatment is possible, the patient will be transported to an ambulance or helicopter where the paramedic will continue to treat and monitor the patient’s condition.

In situations where patients are transported in helicopters or ambulances, they are taken to the hospital where other medical professionals can help treat them. Hospitals often employ paramedics, too, and they will work with other paramedics and medical professionals to ensure that the patient receives the proper treatment for their injury, illness, or condition.

To become a paramedic you typically need to apply to a training program which is usually around two years long. This training is often referred to as EMT training, which stands for emergency medical technician training. You might hear these terms used interchangeably with paramedic training, but they mean the same thing. An EMT is another term for a paramedic, and they have the same duties and required training. In addition to EMT training, many paramedics look into internships to gain relevant experience before actually going into the field and becoming a paramedic. This is a great way to ensure that your skills are up to par, and it will greatly help with finding a job if you have EMT training and an internship.

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