When the emt assists a paramedic with an advanced intervention
What would the EMT most likely do when assisting a paramedic with?
When an EMT helps a paramedic with an advanced intervention, he or she should remember that the goal of the intervention is on solving a clinical problem. Problem-solving skills taught to managers of EMS and mobile healthcare services are usually rather easy, linear procedures. Quick thinking and decision-making are two important personal qualities for an EMT. EMTs and paramedics may look at the scene to see if the person is in cardiac arrest and start CPR if they think so. They also take the person to the best place for long-term care, which is usually the closest hospital with the best equipment for treating people who have had cardiac arrest.