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The Police Emergency Unit concept for our Community has proven to be unique and highly practical. Highly skilled teams of college trained, physician- supervised Police Offi cers render emergency care for trauma and illness with remarkable expertise. The roving, constantly on duty concept has distinct merits. It does provide a low cost system to en sure the delivery of emergency medical care to a community with a minimum of confu sion and a maximum of efficiency. Special acknowledgement is noted herewith for Mrs. Candace Otte, R. N. , Dr. Frede rick A. Doornbos, Dr. Ramon B. Lang, Dr. Lee R. Pool, Dr. John R. Wilson, and P. Rode rick Smithson, the E. M. T. County Coordinator. Emergency Unit Calls for Metropolitan Grand Rapids and Kent County Grand Rapids (2 Units E-1 and E-2) January 1973 thru December 1973 P. 1. Accidents 1237 Cardiac 410 Disregarded 76 Others 805 D. O. A. 's 114 Code K's 30 Total: 2672 Average Per Day 7. 3 Kent County (3 Units E-66, E-67, E-68) August 1973 thru April 1974 P. I. Accidents 553 Cardiac 202 Disregarded Others 241 Not Applicable D. O. A. 's l3 Code K's 3 Total: 1017 Average Per Day 4. 1 Wyoming (1 Unit E-50) February 18, 1974 thru May 8, 1974 P. I. Accidents 57 Cardiac 50 Disregarded Others 135 Not Applicable D. O. A. 's Code K's Total: 242 Average Per Day 3. 0 Kentwood (1 Unit E-35) P. I.
Anästhesie Defibrillation Notfallmedizin Wiederbelebung trauma
Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1980
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