In NH the state goes by its modo " Live free or die" when it comes to protocols!
We carry a huge amount of drugs and the only one that is a med control is Heparin, everything else is standing order!
We can pace, cardiovert, defib of course, needle decompress if needed, intubate obviously, sedate ( for medical or psychotic patients), yes we carry Haldol! Can put in umbilical lines, have not had to do this though. Can alao access central lines including ports. Oh and lets not forget the IO, love that thing! CPAP whixh is the greatest thing ever in EMS, works fantasticly! We even have IV nitro, which not to many systems carry.
For drugs we carry for 911:
magnesium ( eclampsia and adult and pedi asthma)
Epi 1:10000 and 1:1000
Benadryl IV/IM and PO
Norepi ( as a pressor)
lidocaine (bolus and drip)
Amiodarone (bolus and drip)
Sodium bicarb ( TCA overdose or suspected hyperK)
D50, 25, 10
PO tylenol and Mltrin
NTG IV, SL, and paste
Zofran ( thank god!)
I think I got them all, probably forgot 1 or 2, but you get the idea! I love working EMS in this state for this reason and because of the off line medical directio unless you need to consult them.