When a young boy suffering from respiratory issues has trouble calming down, Tampa paramedic Mark has just the trick to steady him in this scene from "Always Remain Calm". #Nightwatch
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Always Remain Calm
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See this right here is why these boys need more fathers, because you can see the male EMT was able to calm the boy and give him direction when the grandmother failed to. A man of strong body and sound mind can do that. They can be that rock that can stabilize everything else.
Watching this poor baby coughing like that gave me anxiety. I've had really bad bronchitis before and was coughing almost as bad as him. Scary feeling not being able to catch your breath, and you get exhausted from coughing so much. What a great paramedic!👍
extreme respect to that EMT. ❤️ i got in a car accident a couple years back and had to take a ride in the ambulance and i started to feel like i was actually dying and the EMT did such a great job at getting me to relax. mad respect ❤️
i was on prednisone before for my asthma apparently i hve the lungs of a 80 year old man honestly idk how i smoke weed and take dabs on a daily basis with no problem besides that long story short ended up gaining 50 pounds and actually one day had a fit of rage and was bacerated because i punched a cop in the face when he was trying to talk to me he explained that to me i didnt remember i blacked out on tht entire situation anyway apparently it was the prednisone tht made me have tht outburst of rage because i was on it everyday for iver 6months
I know what's it's like to be squeamish. But that's how you get over it like my I am sure that boy can take an IV and not even flinch. But it's hard and a kid can't control it when he is sick and scared.
There is supposed to be a bit a blood not the amount there but you also have to take into account that is heart rate was probably elevated and he was panicked as well those can increase blood pressure which in turn increases the amount of blood loss through any wound.
Emma Z. Yes, probably. Being unable to breathe induces panic which makes you less able to breathe which induces panic which m.... you can see where that’s going. One of the important things while having an asthma attack is to try to remain calm and breathe slowly. It’s hard
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