E34: Staying Alive With Ron Davis

//E34: Staying Alive With Ron Davis

E34: Staying Alive With Ron Davis

Hosts Aaron and Jonathan are joined once again by Ron Davis of Confessions Of An EMS Newbie Podcast. Ron answers questions about CRP, First Aid, and what actions you need to take in the first few moments of a medical emergency.

CRP can mean the difference between life or death. You own it to yourself and love ones to get trained.

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  • What do to when you find someone incapacitated.
  • The basics of how to administering CRP.
  • Who CRP has changed in the last few years.
  • Tourniquets
  • First Aid
  • When to use Quick Clot
  • What to keep in a first aid kit.
  • Get trained.



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  1. David November 29, 2011 at 9:11 am - Reply

    Great episode. As a police officer, I’ve attended a few classes on Care under Fire where they discussed the TCCC findings from the Gulf war. As Ron mentioned, they found tourniquet use to be safe for longer periods than previously believed. When I researched the subject, I came across a site that said, “never place a tourniquet below the knee or elbow.” Their premise was that due to the dual bones in the shin or arm, the tourniquet would only flex the bones instead of compressing the artery. They said by putting the tourniquet above the joint, the wide band would compress the muscles against the artery and against the main main bone for a more effective seal. Does this agree with Ron’s experience in the field? Should you ever place a tourniquet below the joint?

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