Nurses stopping for an accident scene - topic revisit - page 2

This topic has been discussed to death with many different opinions on what to do. After my recent ordeal, I just want to thank those of you that choose to stop. Last night my 17 year old son... Read More

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    Quote from FlyingScot
    I think that's a pretty unfair over-generalization. In most of those threads the consensus was that beyond the ABC's there is little an RN without additional training can do from a medical treatment POV. I don't recall a majority saying they wouldn't even stop.
    Kind of a funny way to look at it.

    Maintaining an airway, positioning to allow fore adequate breathing, and stopping a life threatening bleed seem pretty important.
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    Quote from hherrn
    Kind of a funny way to look at it.

    Maintaining an airway, positioning to allow fore adequate breathing, and stopping a life threatening bleed seem pretty important.
    And where, pray tell, in my post did I indicate otherwise?


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