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xazdkr last won the day on November 17 2017

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  1. I love the old freightliner, always loved how those things look. My local department still has those as spare ambulances
  2. I have banned a grand total of 3 or 4 people from my discord, all for racist names or comments, so I can almost guarantee it wasn't random. Scratch that, I also banned someone for randomly @ tagging people My moderation of the Discord has no affiliation with emergency-planet.com or its staff.
  3. My first post on this thread was a month short of 3 years ago Maybe one day!
  4. itchboy is blue balling us endlessly I like the development updates, keeping up with the topic from time to time!
  5. For reference: this discord has around 130 members, mostly dead but maybe someone will find a way to revive it, I don't play EM4 as much as I'd like to, waiting for the Montana mod and I'll start playing again
  6. Very much so, something like 30%-50% refusals for minor medical calls seems fairly realistic.
  7. Patient refusals for me differ based upon the nature of the call. There are normal refusals, someone who just wanted their BP or blood sugar checked or a medical opinion on a minor wound. These usually go by fast, we take a quick patient assessment, maybe give the pt some cold packs, bandages, etc. have them sign the informed consent form and send them on their way. Typically these are either super fast (on and off scene in less than 20 minutes) or super slow (on scene for over an hour because grandma's alzheimers is acting up) The less common refusals (for me at least) are Against Medical Advice (AMA) This is when I have reason to believe that a patient needs to go to the hospital yet they are refusing either my care as a whole or transport via ambulance. The most AMA calls I have had are cardiac related, think BP through the roof, diaphoretic, SOB, the whole 9 yards. Most of the time you stay on scene with this patient for an extended period of time constantly monitoring vital signs while explaining to them how serious the situation they are in currently is. At this point, I do my best to explain everything and convince them to go to the hospital one way or another and make sure that if they want to go POV, their driver/car is close by. I also give them my company's direct line for dispatch if anything happens as theoretically my ambulance will be close by if they call back. On slow nights, I have followed some POV as far as I could in my zone. Hopefully this helps. Florida private EMT - 911 basic life support Fire-based ALS system
  8. Nice to see more regular updates on the thread, cant wait for more http://www.emergency-planet.com/uploads/emoticons/default_biggrin.png
  9. Having a quint would be super cool, would definitely contribute to the rural feel of Montana
  10. Discord is approaching 70 members, we now have our own hamachi server with 32 slots for public use http://www.emergency-planet.com/uploads/emoticons/default_biggrin.png
  11. xazdkr


    Check out this topic, I have a discord with more than 60 players of this game We also have our own hamachi server to keep everyone in once place.
  12. Army isn't MP unfortunately http://www.emergency-planet.com/uploads/emoticons/default_sad.png Check out this topic, I have a discord with more than 40 players of this game http://www.emergency-planet.com/uploads/emoticons/default_biggrin.png
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