In today’s episode of the #medicmaterialspodcast we break down a call that begins as benign as they come, but Police begin to deteriorate patient relations and then the crew are forced to take drastic steps to save their patients life. We are joined with Mike (NYS EMT, NYS CIC), Kelsey (NYS EMT), Gerard (NYS AEMT-P) & Emily (NYS EMT-B / ER RN).
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