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motorcycle trauma
Accident Scene Management 500 Series Professional Class “Anatomy of a Motorcycle Crash” The specifics of a motorcycle crash are covered, including safety concerns, mechanisms of injury, helmet removal, jaw thrust rescue breathing, and psychosocial concerns. 3.0 Basic CEH’s IT – ASM Professional Series Class. Lead Instructors: Melissa Hyde, EMT, and Mark Frank, Paramedic. Location: Pennellville...
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Last month, I covered Head for the start of our Safety Gear from Head to Toe Series. If you missed it, you can find that article here. This month, we are moving down to neck. When it comes to motorcycle gear for your neck, there are two types: one for comfort and protection from the...
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Learn how to be a side by side assistant to the EMS by enhancing what is learned in "A Crash Course for the Motorcyclist". Students are taught how to be a leader at a scene. Advanced airway, Roadside medical concerns, Assisting the EMS with extrication, femoral & brachial pressure points, role play, critical incident stress,...
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chest compressions
Q- Why don’t you teach CPR in Accident Scene Management classes? A- CPR is an important skill. Through the years, many people have learned that if a person is having a cardiac event and has collapsed, the response is to put their hands in the middle of their chest and start pressing. In the case...
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Question- I have heard you speak of six equals zero. What does that mean, and where did it come from? Thanks for asking. 6=0 is a quick formula highlighting six areas a motorcyclist can be educated on that can affect a motorcyclist’s safety. We all know that a good day of riding is one where...
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