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Paramedics in France

Paramedics are often one of the health professionals first in the scene of an accident or medical emergency. They are usually part of a two-person ambulance team, with an emergency care assistant or ambulance technician to help them. However, they may be working on their own, using a motorcycle, an emergency response car, to reach their patients. With additional training, they could also become members of an ambulance team.

Dominique is a paramedic who works with a group of three paramedics, in an emergency care assistant or a technical ambulance, he evaluates the patient’s condition and then provides essential treatment. Dominique uses high-tech equipment, such as defibrillators (which restore the rhythm of the heart), spinal cord and traction splints and intravenous drips, and as well as the administration of oxygen and painkillers. When they arrive on the scene, they will assess the patient’s condition and make life-saving decisions about any necessary treatment before transferring the patient to a hospital. Then they start giving the treatment, with the help of the technical assistant for emergency care or ambulance. Paramedics are very trained by medical who have lots of experience, in order to handle excellent what is really a mobile emergency clinic and to resuscitate and/or stabilize patients using sophisticated techniques, equipment, and medications. Paramedics could be called if someone has fallen from a scaffold, for example, or an older person with suspected stroke. Located on a public or private local ambulance station or in any large hospital, along with other emergency equipment, who work in different shifts, including nights and weekends, leave at all times at all times of the day or night.

They work closely with doctors and nurses in the accident and emergency hospital, to inform them, as they deliver their patient to their care. As well as getting touch with patients, they also deal with patient relatives and members of the news, some of whom may be hysterical or aggressive. They also usually work together with the police and firefighters. Emergency medical and paramedical technicians work both indoors and outdoors, in all types of climates, their work is physically exhausting and can be stressful since sometimes there are situations of life or death and patients who are suffering, most paramedic work in all areas, cities, towns, and rural areas.

Injuries

Emergency medical technicians and paramedics experience much more than the average number of work-related illnesses or accidents. They must spend considerable time kneeling, flexing and lifting weights when caring for and transferring patients. Sometimes they can be damaged by mentally unstable or violent patients. therefore, these dangers could be reduced, in the following way, by complying with safety procedures, such as waiting for the police to clear an area in situations of violence, or wearing gloves when working with patients. Most of the time prehospital medicals are employed by a diverse series of different public or private agencies: by the government (as part of the public health system), by private organizations (hospitals and companies) private ambulances). Paramedics can also be hired, by those institutions whose employees work in health risk environments, such as industries, chemical companies, oil or mining companies, shopping centers, mass events, extreme sports, and the armed forces, among others.

Prehospital Medical Studies

The Paramedic University Superior Technician will be a competent professional in prehospital medical care, will be able to evaluate and intervene in situations of emergency or medical emergency to safeguard life and prevent subsequent injuries, based on the knowledge, abilities, skills and attitudes acquired, employing the current technology and regulations, respecting the dignity, customs and beliefs of the users, working with the multi and interdisciplinary team.

Prehospital Setting

When an emergency strikes, first responders are the ones to answer the call. And the response is quick in France. almost 80% of emergency calls get an ambulance in 10 minutes or less with 95% of the calls receiving a response in 15 minutes. This is because in all the French hospital count on the capabilities of a functioning emergency room, must run their own emergency service for the community. Not only that. Ambulance services are also provided to all patients who meed a prehospital service for free – with checks in place to penalize abusers. In France, the hospital comes to you. Prehospital medical and nurses rush to the scene with specialized equipment and medication, then when the time is right they make a move towards the hospital in a large ambulance or with the aid of a rapid response vehicle. The network, which is offering these services is popular known nationwide as SAMU (service d’aide médicale urgente) and the rapid response units are known as SMUR (services mobile d’urgences et réanimation). The two terms are both used to signify a higher level of care.

Dominique is a paramedic, and every time someone asks him why he is a prehospital medical, he usually gives the same answer, “I am a paramedic because I like this job, the danger does not compare to the immense satisfaction of having saved one. I wish you can feel the joy and excitement I feel as I leave the ambulance and my hand sounding the siren again and again in the intense traffic of the streets of France, and as we move forward, I ask myself many questions, such as: what danger wait for me? Is the patient still alive? Is it something serious? I wish you could see the pain, of a daughter, crying to her father while I evaluated her husband without finding a pulse, so my action begins, hoping to bring him back, even though I know it’s too late, or in the ward. emergency when a doctor diagnoses brain death to a beautiful girl, I would like what it feels to remove from a broken car the remains of a boy who crashed while driving while intoxicated. I would like you to know what it feels like when you have to tell someone, that your mother has passed away, we are paramedic so we still continue saving lives.