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Inverted Dash Lift

Thu, 2 Sep 2010|

Dave Dalrymple and his crew demonstrate how to remove a patient entrapped in the footwell of an overturned vehicle. Sponsored by Holmatro.

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Automatically Generated Transcript (may not be 100% accurate)

Hello rescuers welcome training minutes my name is -- -- apple. We haven't overturned vehicle scenario today. But you notice that we've already started -- are halfway to remove the patient from the vehicle however location is still on track. Her feet are stuck -- the full well. Now what we need to do is inverted to actual -- on this vehicle. Now since we're working in close proximity to the patients extremities. We need to use enhanced safety as we work so watch the crew as they go through this operation. Our -- it has removed the side -- it. Wolf how -- found a patient is -- -- full well entrapment so what we're gonna do -- an inverted Daschle of receive our -- trust me is gonna come in and make -- relief cut. Now one of the things we're gonna use his -- -- that she holds the same all the wiring within. That went from the vehicle to the vehicle door. I wanted -- I would leave that. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Now we have to work -- And be careful because. -- being close confines of the victims. Now rescuers who saw how we came in here. We had already made a pathway. Were patient however we needed to get -- their feet because she was trapped in a full well. We came in our crew performed an -- actually. Saw what we had a working close proximity to feet. And we worked would enhance safety as we -- Are you -- provider was in -- taking care per patient the entire time we've provided good patient protection as we went. I would like to thank you for watching training that I'd like this -- whole lot stroke for sponsoring volunteer training man -- -- -- there.

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