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Researchers are looking into the best way to allow anyone to safely to administer neostigmine. This drug, usually injected or given via IV, can be toxic and is very dangerous if handled incorrectly. However, it is a promising anti-paralysis drug that can help some snake bite victims survive. Many snake venoms use neurotoxin to paralyze the victim. This drug may help.

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Looks like he really didn’t realize. Are you kidding me?

Source: STATter911.com

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Cars not moving out of the way can increase response & transport time & waste precious minutes. Lights & sirens cannot always be heard, let alone noticed by distracted drivers.

In Guayaquil, Ecuador, response times have been reduced by 40% by an incredibly clever technology. A radio transmitter hacks into the radios of cars up to 1 kilometer away and sends a message alerting the driver to the oncoming ambulance.

Source: Gizmodo.com

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Patient abandonment may be wrong, but if the scene gets dangerous you need to remove yourself from the danger. You are continuing to care for the patient by calling in resources to reinstate safety.

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