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Gloria Bowman
In Support of Backboards
At a swimming pool, the use of a backboard is the most efficient and safest way for the lifeguards to remove an unconscious/submerged (non-spinal) victim from deep water. After the person has been rescued and brought to the side of the pool, the assisting lifeguard holds the victim in place while the primary lifeguard puts…
2015-04-17 22:03:38
Dennis Dudley
In Support of Backboards
Don't throw away the back board yet! You can have all the discussions regarding it's validity but I am in favor of keeping it on board the rig. Scoop stretchers and Reeves are good and I have used them in place of the board, but I find the sturdy back board as a good way…
2015-04-17 14:03:34
Tom Horne
In Support of Backboards
Did you hit the post button prior to being ready. It seams like your comment was cut off in mid sentence. -- Tom
2015-04-17 13:13:16
Sally S
Did You Watch ‘Nightwatch’ Last Night?
I really, really, really like this show NIGHT WATCH---I sooooo hope you bring it back for another season-----PLEAS! PLEASE! PLEASE!
2015-04-11 19:41:08
VickiG (@EMTP513)
In Support of Backboards
I don't care, as long as it doesn't harm the patient. I started my career as a witness of a person who had a medical trauma occur. I was 13 and she was 7, and I was watching her die in front of my face. I didn't care what they did as long as it…
2015-04-11 14:50:31

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