EMR uses basic airway, ventilation, and oxygen therapy devices. Take vital signs, provide stabilization of spine and suspected extremity injuries, eye irrigation, bleeding control, emergency moves, CPR, AED, and emergency childbirth care.( apparently they pull it out there asses cuz the book doesn't specify an ambulance or other emergency vehicle for them)
EMT does the same shit but also are able to transport, and use advanced oxygen therapy and ventilation equipment, pulse oximetry, use of automatic B/P monitoring equipment, and limited medication administration. All of this can be found on the ambulance.
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Neonate: RR 30 to 40, Pulse 100-160, B/P 70-90 systolic, temp 98-100
Infant: RR 20 to 30, Pulse 100-120, B/P 90 systolic, temp 98-100
Toddlers: RR 20-30, Pulse 80-130, B/P 70-100 systolic, temp 98.6-99.6
Pre-School: RR 20-30, Pulse 80-120, B/P 80-110 systolic, temp 98.6-99.6
School age: RR 20-30, Pulse 70-110, 80-120 systolic, temp 98.6
Adolescent: RR 12-20, Pulse 55-105, B/P 100-120 systolic, temp 98.6