Paramedic Training--New York Style

Cheung, Lance
June 2000
Airman;Jun2000, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p36
Describes the experiences of Joint Special Operations Medical Training Center paramedic students in Fort Bragg, North Carolina, practicing hands-on medical skills in New York City. Goal of the program; Experience of a student saving a man's life having difficulty in breathing.


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