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Emergency Procedures - Emergency Procedures Shari Bartz PED...

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05/29/11 PED 217 1 Emergency Procedures Shari Bartz
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05/29/11 PED 217 2 Emergency Plan What is your primary concern? Athlete, Patient and make sure they have Airway, breathing and circulation (ABC’s) What are the key components of an emergency plan? Personnel , who I s going to do what? Communication Equipment Emergency Plan
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05/29/11 PED 217 3 Emergency Plan Personnel First responder: Typically a member of the sports medicine staff: Certified Athletic Trainer Who else may it be? What minimum training should be required? What are the four basic roles within the emergency team?
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05/29/11 PED 217 4 Roles within the Emergency Team Immediate care of the athlete Usually the Head athletic trainer Emergency equipment retrieval Maybe the grad or intern that is with the head ATC Activation of the Emergency Medical System Know who is going to make the call Direction of EMS to the scene’ Make susre they are clear, concise and all
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05/29/11 PED 217 5 Activating the EMS System
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