Japan Disaster Survivors Depend on Em...

Japan Disaster Survivors Depend on Emergency Responder Hypothermia Care

There are 1 comment on the PRWeb story from Apr 13, 2011, titled Japan Disaster Survivors Depend on Emergency Responder Hypothermia Care. In it, PRWeb reports that:

Action Training Systems' new program Cold, Heat & Submersion from their EMS series, Emergency Medical Responder , teaches to the new NEMSES standard and trains emergency medical responders to identify the signs and symptoms of hypothermia as well as how to care for a hypothermic patient.

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Fast Eddie

Bremerton, WA

#1 Apr 13, 2011
Very interesting article. I had hypothermia once and it is no fun. The weird thing is that you actually get warm and start to shed clothing and that is just before you die. That's just what it feels like as you are dying of hypothermia. Thank goodness for EMR people.

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