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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Bullwinkle J Moose, Sep 18, 2020.
LOL We need to sneak that tourniquet to the neck treatment into the online antifa medical manual.
I've got one of those rubber band things that I use on baby bull calves. I'll donate it.
I was hoping it would be funny but they are just so stupid it hurt to watch.
Rubber band treatment for a rubber bullet wound sounds legit to me.
Damn, Washington opened clamming so I went and got a limit in about ten minutes. Smiled all the way home thinking my day could not get better.
Then I saw this Lol, thanks!!
So, they were biting pretty good today then.
Lol if they were like fish I would starve. I did well in Fl but have not got the hang of it here yet.
Nobody noticed there wasnt any blood on the bandage that was just placed on the leg. Haha, they are supposed to be trained by antifa is what we all hear.
It sorta reminds me of the Kyle Rittenhoise trained paramedic. Run to someone's aid with a pistol in your hand.
Well that's what he told the cops anyhow.
“ street medic “ seems to be a very loose term at best . Some claim to be medical professionals ,while others simply may have had some first aid training at some point in their lives .
I had EMT certs , for about half my career on the FD . I was a team “ medic “ for youth football many years ago, the rest of the “ medics” simply took a required first aid class . I had delivered babies ,treated countless GSW , did cpr hundreds of times ,yet on the football field we were all “ medics .”
Yes, "medic" is very loosely thrown around by people who are not in the EMS field.
He will probably get a worse infection from the mishandling of the bandage.
These people are allowed to burn, loot, and generally cause as much mayhem as they want to with little consequences. I seriously doubt any state licensing agency is going to go after them for falsely claiming to be actual paramedics.
Those state licensing agencies are more worried about collecting huge licensing fees and going after drug thieves than anything else.
I haven't worked as a paramedic for a few years now and have moved on to greener pastures. With that being said, I'm still more proud of my paramedic cert than I am of my current licensure because of how hard I had to work to get my paramedic license and for the good that I did as a paramedic. So it really pisses me off to see these P.O.S running around claiming to be "medics" while they put tourniquets on bruises. I hope the police start shooting them...
Equally important to knowing how/when to use some manner of life saving equipment is having a firm grasp of knowing when not to use said equipment.
All I saw was a video of a major cluster****.
Hahahahahahaha, what a Moe-ron.
Ive had basic first aid, which I mostly slept thru, but Ive successfully treated for shock, stopped bleeding, delivered a baby in a car, resuscitated a time or two, and kept the guy immobile. You can teach a monkey or smart dog basic first aid.
But that video was classic. Classic!
That made me laugh out loud. He's screaming as if he has a hole ripped all the way through his leg. Suck it up, buttercup. Applying a tourniquet for a slightly bloody bruise
What could possibly go wrong with idiots like this in charge?
Can you imagine if it had been a neck wound?