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The speed at which half ****d conclusions have been drawn and laid out as fact here are both shocking and embarrassing... not just because those doing it don't actually know, but because they so self-righteously think they really know all there is about what are actually rather simple basics of emergency life support.
Now, like it or not, the following is very important... it also forms the basis for standard operating procedures for emergency trauma technicians and extrication specialists the world over! In the aftermath of an incident, when a CRITICALLY injured insitu casualty is not stable, or suddenly and rapidly ceases to be stable, then speed very much outweighs ALL OTHER medical considerations. When a trauma medic deems the situation to be so dire, it is undertaken that all means available are employed as quickly as possible to extricate the casualty to any facility with levels of trauma care and equipment better suited to the casualties condition and situation in the hope that