OK, I shouldn't have said "most". In the one case where I had their
unexpected attention post signup, they found my wrist bracelet and
stopped. Which proves nothing. :) But Wellingtons are probably a bad
fashion decision, knowhuddImean?
"S.J. Van Sickle" wrote:
> On Thu, 4 Jan 2001, Michael M. Butler wrote:
> > Mark: be aware that most paramedics do not look at ankles when treating
> > people who are "down". Not that that situation is optimal for recovery
> > in any event...
> It was my understanding that EMTs and paramedics were trained to check
> both wrists, around the neck, and both ankles for a bracelet. It stands
> to reason, though, that in the heat of the moment the ankle would be less
> than optimal.
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