6. Paramedicine
First aiders restore function. The various grades of paramedic do the same, but go a step further. Where a vital function of one of the body structures can’t be restored by normal first aid techniques, then the paramedic can restore the function by ‘invasive’ techniques. These include incubation, tracheotomy, venous puncture and blood volume expansion. Besides life support techniques for the VIP and other bodyguards, the management of ballistic injury is required to cope with the various effects of bullet and shrapnel wounds such as hemorrhage, as well as burns and fractures... (Quotes from IBA notes of James G. Shortt writing for deeper inspection visit our professional courses)


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