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  • n. Plural form of EMT.


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  • She called the EMTs, but it was too late for medical help.

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  • I had her call EMTs and Ambulandce where they helped me get to the hospital for another 6 day stay.

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  • After Mike, I'd call the EMTs who drove Kendra to the hospital.

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  • Even after T police finally conceded to call EMTs, the train took off without waiting for the EMTs to arrive, or removing the collapsed man from the train.


  • We called the EMTs, and even though Grandpa had a DNR bracelet AND necklace AND signs posted at the front and back doors, the EMTs spent a good hour trying to 'bring him back to life'.

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  • "Our goal is to make sure guests in medical distress are treated by trained personnel, such as EMTs or paramedics," says a spokesman for Marriott.

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  • I have to go up to them and say, ‘Ma’am, you’re blue, let’s call the EMTs.’

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  • People across the globe have been entering their ICE (emergency) contact in their cell phone address book so that First Responders, such as EMTs and fire personnel, know who to call for critical medical information about an accident or disaster victim who cannot speak for themselves.

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  • If a person is suffering such severe effects of hypoglycemia that they cannot (due to combativeness) or should not (due to seizures or unconsciousness) be given anything by mouth, medical personnel such as EMTs and Paramedics, or in-hospital personnel can establish an IV and give intravenous Dextrose, concentrations varying depending on age (Infants are given

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  • The coroner never showed up, so the body got taken by the EMTs.

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