Yikes, destroy their career?
My only reason for pause is I know the culture of these departments, and how a Captain can make a terrible decision for the entire engine/RA. I would hope this investigation would start with the "leadership" if applicable. Not excusing anything or punishment for the...
I’m not replying to discredit your opinion. Accounts made just to vent normally don’t hold much weight, so I’d like to address what you’ve said for anyone genuinely interested in ATC.
ATCEMS is far from perfect. Their are issues within the department, and the morale is hurting/frustrated. The...
From what you’ve shared it sounds like you did what you or anyone else could of done.
Prevented? Probably not the word I’d go with. I’ve had similar situations - ventricular rhythm - TCP going within seconds - they died. Likewise there’s a reason we pace and I’ve also seen great outcomes with...
I think we’re seeing in the last several years they do. I don’t agree with it. I don’t think it’s very hard presently to be thrown in a situation with little information and make a incorrect tx or oversight accordingly.
That’s exactly what I’m saying. When you say “just not the way they went about it here” are you not saying the same thing?
I’m not quarterbacking the call for Aurora, Falck or any other provider for that matter but the initial use of Ketamine was clearly inappropriate.
I understand there’s a few points of the call that have been discussed back and forth in this thread, but does ANYONE actually disagree that ketamine was administered inappropriately due to Elijahs presentation during administration?