|06-01-2012, 05:52 PM||#41|
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|06-01-2012, 05:57 PM||#42|
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|06-01-2012, 07:09 PM||#43|
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Save was most definitely miraculous, lucky, what have you. I personally like to think it is a miracle and God decided to give someone some more time, just works better for my personal religious beliefs than it just being random luck. But anyways to put this in perspective, under the best of circumstances traumatic arrests have only a 1% chance of being resuscitated and discharged from the hospital, so it was definitely a good save. Luckily he was in a shockable rhythm as other cardiac rhythms when associated with trauma have even less chances of being recuscitated. Definitely awesome work by all involved. As one of my Army medic instructors put all we are doing is making a little time for God to reconsider before taking the one we are caring for and hoping he changes his mind. Stories like that definitely keep one going in EMS as it surely isnt the money that brought me back to the field.
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