if you can prove it then why dont you? please see the Posting Guidelines for MBWhat I can prove is that every pediatric GSW per Connecticut EMS protocol requires the patient to be transferred to a PICU capable hospital. Danbury does not have a PICU
source links are required.
(hint: i already did it for you so it wont be that hard)
Then you should probably report that to the proper authorities. Have you?IF pediatric patients were transferred to Danbury, which they were, then it was another major protocol violation
This is off topic. again please see the Posting Guidelines.I'm just pointing out the glaring protocol variations that lend credence to the alternative theories of the incident.
please provide evidence that 911 staff is responsible for making the call about whether helicopters are automaticallys ent, like you stated in your first post. Trying to change the subject doesnt work here.As far as who calls (whether it's 911 or EMA) air support
because Danbury was not a viable hospital choice PER PEDIATRIC GSW PROTOCOL
can you provide us evidence, since you claim to be a paramedic so i'm sure its easier for you to find this evidence, that pediatric gunshot wounds do not fall under Mass Casualty Incident protocols.
The paramedic statements are not redacted. ALL witness reports are redacted so your wording is unacceptable.Now if online medical control was contacted, which should be in the redacted paramedic reports (which are currently being held from public view) the OLMD could have rerouted the ALS equipped Ambulances to Danbury and denied flight, but then the doctor making that call is violating protocol and opening himself up for a lawsuit....
[edit: sample Paramedic statement (with attached redacted "report") PDF attached below]
That makes no sense. To be rerouted they would have to have been first enroute. Which they weren't.
Sounds criminal to me. You should call the police.but then the doctor making that call is violating protocol and opening himself up for a lawsuit....