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What are the types of Communication
What are the types of Radio Communications
Mobile Radio Specs?
Lower transmission levels 20-50 watts and 10-15 mile range
Portable Radio Range
Repeaters do what?
Re-Transmit signals at a higher power
Who assigns radio frequencies to agency's
What are the parts of the Medical Radio Report
- Unit ID/Level
- Mental Status
- Pertinent Findings
- Care Provided
- Response to Care Provided
What should you include on your Verbal report to ER staff?
- History not past along
- Additional Treatments
- Additional Vitals
What does CHART stand for?
- Rx (Treatment)
Who gets a PCR?
Every patient you have contact with
What are the elements of a PCR?
- Run Data
- Patient Data
- Check Boxes
What are included in the Data Elements?
- Patient Info
- Systolic (>3yr)
- Cap Refill (<6yr)
- Skin Color and Temp
What are the elements of the Run Data
- Agency Name and Unit
- Crew Memebers and EMT #
- Call number and Times
What is Ommission?
When something is purposely left out of a report
What is Commission?
When you do something that was wrong or improper
When correcting a report while you are writing it how should it be done?
A single line through item with your initials and put correct info next to it
How should you correct info on a report you have already written?
Different color ink put a single line through it, initial and date it and add note with correct info
With a DOA do you need to do an assessment still?
What would you like to do?
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