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Training

Power Pro XT Cot & Power Load Video's 

Pedi-Mate Restraint System Video

Fire House NFIRS Input

Zoll AutoPulse Deployment

Take some time to revisit some easy but frequently missed areas of documentation:
  1. Have a plan, "Paint the Picture".  Paint that worse case scenario without fabricating anything.  Remember, MEDICAL NECESSITY!
  2. Chief Complaint is a collection of what the patient tells your AND your assessment.  Avoid vagueness; show your medical training (ie. Bleeding vs Hemorrhage; or Flu like symptoms vs malaise, nausea, fever)
  3. History should include HPI (History of present illness) and PMH (Past Medical History)
  4. Use accepted terminology and abbreviations
  5. Auto- Narratives are an efficiency; not a cop out. Remember, your report is now part of the patients permanent record. 
  6. Loaded miles to a tenth of a mile
  7. Accurate demographics including patient's full name and apartment number.