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"Scoop and Run" Or "Stay and Play"
A stance taken when a trauma victim's condition is of such severity that there is 1. Insufficient time for the usual format of medical stabilization and 2. The equipment and/or experts needed to save the victim's life are not present in the ambulatory field uniteg, ambulance or helicopter.
The goal of this exercise was to stabilize those "patients" and thus to "stay and play"

BTW, the stretcher on the ground is called a "scoop" by our crews.

"Scoop and Run" ou "Stay and Play"
Une prise en charge lors d'un traumatisme en fonction de l'彋at de la victime selon la gravit gravit:
1. Il y a suffisamment de temps pour une stabilisation m嶮icale et 2. L'廦uipement et/ou les experts n嶰essaires pour sauver la vie de la victime ne sont pas pr廥ents sur site de l'unit de soins ambulatoires, par exemple, une ambulance ou h幨icopt鋨e.
Le but de cet exercice 彋ait de stabiliser les "patients" et donc de "rester et jouer"

NB: la civi鋨e l'avant-plan est appel嶪 par les 廦uipes m嶮icales: un "scoop".

Model: C5050Z
Date taken: jeudi 27 mars 2003 11:38:29
Exposure time [s]: 1/320
Exposure program: Creative (slow program)
Exposure mode: Auto
Exposure bias [EV]: 0,0
F-Number: F6,3
Focal length [mm]: 7,1
ISO value: 64
Flash: Not fired, auto mode
Metering mode: Spot
White balance: Auto

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