EMTs Nick and Holly respond to a call about a stabbing victim and find a man that was stabbed 23 times during a fight in this clip from "New Beginnings". #Nightwatch
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This reminds me of when I almost got stitches in my thumb I was in third grade crash on road the person I yelled for was walking down the road and I yelled HELP ME he ran down picked me up took me home now his daughter and my brother are BFFs he works for the police thanks to him my thumb is still on my hand
Mary Jo Koizumi yeah . We have different BLS and ALS standars and protocols I guess. US and Canada are pretty different when it comes to trauma guidelines and protocol management. Not saying we are better or anything, just different. I was just shocked at first but hey what ever works for the pt .
w0oties he was walking properly and was clearly had an open airway and there was no notable DCAP BTLS so based on initial size up, so they must have felt that he was fine enough to walk to the ambulance stretcher. Then they provided him with sterile dressings and provided oxygen. Rapid transport was the main priority upon patching the wounds and stabilizing the airway
Mary Jo Koizumi how do you know that he wasnt touched by the weapon on his neck/back? The bleed seemed well controled even without the 4x4. No major arterial bleeding was there. Only major threat was his breathing that could potentially get worse by the pneumothorax/herothorax. The superficial bleeding will not kill him right away. His BP was good , fluids were coming in. So ABC are clear. C-spine was the #1 priority imo in this case not knowing the lenght of the actual weapon. Quick immobilization wouldnt cost him his life and would minimize the chance of worsening any neck / back neurologic problem.
Treat life threats first before anything. Man was A&O x4 with no suspected falls or trauma to the head, neck or spine. Controlling bleeding was the main issue and getting him strapped onto a stretcher in the yard before assessing the wounds would’ve hurt his chances of survival.
Sindri Aron Sigurðsson Hi, medic here, basically what is going on is the man is bleeding out. The only thing that really matters is dumping fluids to replace volume, monitoring for shock and getting him to the hospital like yesterday. Law enforcement will get any other information they need later. EMS personnel don't deal with that
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