A paramedic is a healthcare professional that works in emergency medical situations. Paramedics provide advanced levels of care for medical emergencies and trauma. The majority of paramedics are based in the field in ambulances, emergency response vehicles, or in specialist mobile units such as cycle response. Paramedics provide out-of-hospital treatment and some diagnostic services, although some may undertake hospital-based roles, such as in the treatment of minor injuries.

Throughout the evolution of paramedic care, there has been an ongoing association with military conflict. One of the first indications of a formal process for managing injured people dates from the Imperial Legions of Rome, where aging Centurions, no longer able to fight, were given the task of organizing the removal of the wounded from the battlefield and providing some form of care. Para medicine continues to grow and evolve into a formal profession in its own right, complete with its own standards and body of knowledge, and in many locations paramedics have formed their own professional bodies. The early technicians with limited training, performing a small and specific set of procedures, has become a profession requiring a university qualification in countries such as Australia, South Africa, and the UK, and increasingly in Canada. In some locations paramedics are evolving into a second tier medical practitioner and being granted the legal status of self-regulated health professionals. This requires them to meet set standards of education and proficiency, deals with complaints regarding individual practitioners, and will usually involve government regulation.

Medic is a general term for a person involved in medicine; a physician, medical student or military medical corpsman. The term "medic" amongst doctors indicates that someone has followed a "medical" career path accredited by the MRCP such as cardiology or endocrinology. It's the Medic's job to keep everyone alive. He can use Health buffs to make injured person life meters longer, and rescue incapacitated injured persons with the help of life saving drugs. Paramedics in most jurisdictions administer a variety of emergency medications. The specific medications they are permitted to administer vary widely, based on local standards of care and legal restrictions, and physician or medical director preferences. For an accurate description of permitted drugs or procedures in a given location, it is necessary to contact that jurisdiction directly.

Using a wide variety of diagnostic tools and treatments, Injury Care, goal is recovery — not just the treatment of symptoms or pain management, but finding and treating the causes of the injury or pain for true rehabilitation and recovery from pain or injuries.

Following are most important tasks perform by the paramedical team to cure injuries:

• Osteopathic manipulation

• Physical therapy

• Electrical stimulation

• Trigger point, joint and spinal injections

Exercise prescriptions

• Pain Medications

• On-site pharmacy

Your recovery requires not only an accurate diagnosis and comprehensive treatment, but may also involve case managers, attorneys, insurance companies, or agencies with their own unique needs. Injury care is one of the most important responsible of the paramedic staff to deal with; rapid response is the utmost requirement of the situation to provide proper medical care to the injured person. Work Injury Response Service (WIRS) was developed with both the employer and employee in mind. Let us provide you with a structured, rapid and effective way of looking after the Worker Health and Safety of your employees today.

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