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Paramedic Trauma Patient Report - Authentic, Real Person, Believable - Medical eLearning

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Description

This is an audio clip of an Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic (EMT-P) giving
a radio report about a trauma patient to a hospital. In real life, I served as an EMT
in the field for seven years. I voiced the Paramedic's lines in the script, exactly and
in the same manner, just like I did when I was an EMT. This project included
a review summary at the end, which I also voiced, asking the student questions about
what they just heard.

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Vocal Characteristics

Language

English (North American)

Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)

Accents

US General American (GenAm), US Mid-Atlantic, US Midwest (Chicago, Great Lakes)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
where C er mercy. Er, this is TMS five with priority one traffic on your radio. Do you copy? In fact, this is mercy. Go ahead. No mercy are this is paramedic role with a party. One patient. We have a 45 year old male pedestrian who was struck by a pickup truck traveling 45 MPH. He has an open head wound, left parietal region. Also a flail chest segment and an obvious open fracture left femur Patients unresponsive at this time and on arrival. Blood pressure was 60 by PAL Patient. It's now 80/48 0/4 0 His heart rate is 1 30 to 13 to Sinus tack on the monitor, his respirations air rapid and shallow and significantly diminished on the left. I'm unable to get a pulse ox, though, but he is intubated with a 7.5 tube 23 centimeters at the lips. I have bilateral large Bore IV's with normal saline infusing wide open. We've control bleeding with a pressure dressing to his head and a pressure dressing to a wound on his left eye. Unless you require anything further, we'll see you in about 15 minutes E t a 15 minutes. Did you have a good picture of the way the patient looks? The information from E. M s is summarized here for you.