WA Ambulance Kits

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Ambo1990
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WA Ambulance Kits

Post by Ambo1990 » Tue Jul 08, 2014 10:49 pm

Hi all I have a interest in medical equipment if any one has pictures of the following equipment or can get pictures of the following equipment I would greatly appreciate it I can post or email you pictures of my equipment. if you can upload the picture of email them to me at mitchschmidt1990@gmail.com

-WA ambulance Heartstart MRX
-WA ambulance oxygen kit (what ever they are using)
- WA ambulance red kit
- WA ambulance drug kit

if any one is able to provide pictures of the listed equipment it would be greatly appreciated

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Post by Nafenn » Thu Jul 10, 2014 8:33 am

Ambo1990 wrote:Hi all I have a interest in medical equipment if any one has pictures of the following equipment or can get pictures of the following equipment I would greatly appreciate it I can post or email you pictures of my equipment. if you can upload the picture of email them to me at mitchschmidt1990@gmail.com

-WA ambulance Heartstart MRX
-WA ambulance oxygen kit (what ever they are using)
- WA ambulance red kit
- WA ambulance drug kit

if any one is able to provide pictures of the listed equipment it would be greatly appreciated

Cheers
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St Johns Volunteers use Oxyvivas and the paras use a different Oxygen kit (i can't remember the name of it)

The red kit is a trauma bag - if you know what you need, you can make up your own kit using the St Johns Supplies form and different bags can be found all over the place.

Im not going to comment on the drugs beyond stating that they are heavilly controlled by Law.
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Re: WA Ambulance Kits

Post by Ambo1990 » Thu Jul 10, 2014 2:30 pm

do you have any pictures of the trauma kits ? and yea I understand on the drugs as ours are the same in Victoria

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Post by Zebedee » Thu Jul 10, 2014 3:26 pm

Ambo1990 wrote:do you have any pictures of the trauma kits ?
Just guessing here but I would imagine that would be commercially or operationally sensitive information. Your best bet would be to contact St John WA and ask them for the details. Then if they decide it's appropriate they'll tell you.
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Post by Nafenn » Thu Jul 10, 2014 3:50 pm

Ambo1990 wrote:do you have any pictures of the trauma kits ? and yea I understand on the drugs as ours are the same in Victoria
yeah, i wouldn't be comfortable putting up pics of one of our trauma bags. Good luck in your search tho.

Do you mind if i ask what you are looking to use the information for?
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Re: WA Ambulance Kits

Post by Ambo1990 » Thu Jul 10, 2014 6:42 pm

just interested in what you carry in WA as im a paramedic in Victoria and also a volly with st john

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Re: WA Ambulance Kits

Post by AcesAP » Mon Aug 18, 2014 4:41 pm

All paramedic ambulances are now using the Phillips MRx monitor/defibrillator.


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