I received an email that asked several questions regarding events leading up to a cardiac arrest and then how to manage feelings of failure after CPR is given but the person still remains dead. I hope this helps.
I wanted to get a video update out before the long Holiday weekend. I’ve had an incredibly busy summer but am excited to get the RoyOnRescue series updated and back on track. Make sure you reach out to me with questions and comments using email and twitter.
Hayley from the UK sent me a very nice email response and I thought I’d share it with everyone.
My name is Hayley and I’m from the UK. I just want to say how fantastic your videos are and has made me want to follow the career I want to pursue even more, being a paramedic. Thank you.
Hayley H., age 16
Thank you for taking the time to write. It’s great to hear that you are enjoying the RoyOnRescue series of video blog entries. I hope that you will continue to find them helpful, interesting and educational. Best wishes on your pursuit of an EMS career. There’s nothing like being a paramedic and being able to help others in their time of crisis. EMS is filled with everything from comedy to tragedy and the successful EMS provider is one that can cope well with each situation and know that they did their best regardless of the outcome. Let me know if I can be of further assistance and congratulations on Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee celebration! 60 years…Wow!