At least with my agency each ambulance has a the two people so one would drive the ambulance with the medic in it and the other takes the chase car (aka fly car) to the ED so the medic can get back to it after the call
So this is a wild one a few sma changes for patient privacy.
14 y/o female cc of ABD pain
ABC: airway clear and protecting, breathing effort normal with no difficulty, circulation okay on appearance and mental status= A&O x 4
ABD pain, specifically RLQ, sharp, w/ hip radiation...
Okay I am a advance EMT and I still do like learning. Spontaneous meaning no trauma pneumothorax meaning collapsed lung or lung lobe. So I thought that there would be a least a part of the lungs not getting inflated. So yes I did think that it was unlikely with that and that the patient wasn't...
No offense taken. I listened right next to the bronchus then under the armpit about 5 intercoastal space heard the same breaths a little louder near bronchus but not much at all.
I think I can distinguish it but I mean I guess I could have misinterpreted what I was hearing.