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HLN TV‘s What Would You Do series presents the following scenario: A passerby suddenly collapses in front of EMTs, but the emergency personnel do nothing to help. What should happen now? HLN had 2 actors pose as the off-duty EMTs, while a stunt professional acted out the stricken patient. The result is definitely encouraging.

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This video may depict a firefighter scene from the 1920’s, but you’ll probably recognize basic themes from your everyday shift. Like navigating difficult, sometimes non-yielding  traffic.

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WDEF CBS Chattanooga, TN
Jan. 06, 2013. 11:03 PM EST

Local EMS crews say they’ve noticed a disturbing trend. When in an ambulance responding to an emergency, motorist do not yield the right-of-way. This can be a danger not only to the patient by delaying advanced treatment at the hospital, but to the EMTs in the ambulance as well.

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The Navy recently uploaded this video depicting the effects of Bath Salts, which are non-regulated designer drug comprised of a synthetic cathinone, or amphetamine. The ill effects include a range of physical & psychological conditions. Examples of these conditions are agitation, muscle spasms, kidney failure, lack of appetite, severe paranoid delusions and psychosis. Consequences, besides a possibly ruined life, have been known to include long-term hospitalization & even suicide. The video first depicts the patient’s perspective , then follows him from a third-person vantage point accompanied by commentary from a Navy officer. Please be aware that the depictions are graphic.

For more information from Navy Medicine on synthetic drugs visit http://go.usa.gov/gwhW

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