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- Same in MA, evident death can even be called by Basics. Honest…
- The goal almost always is the get them back on scene (unless y…
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You dont need to work a person in several states to call them dead. In California where I work, state protocol has signs of death such as rigor mortis, brain matter, incineration / severe burns to vital organs etc, dependent lividity with a ekg of asystole or PEA. All allowed us to call dead without working them and protect legally. I could definitely explain more if you have questions. Im a nurse now, and need a doctor for death, make a ton more money than I did as a medic, but far less autonomy.
Same in MA, evident death can even be called by Basics. Honestly that loss of autonomy is the #1 reason I'm trying to hold off on going into something like nursing but the money is so much better
Er yeah probably bad wording, I'm not currently in EMS i'm in my EMT-basic class, Our instructor told us that in our county it used to be a big issue that we would have patients that had coded and died in the back of a truck or died shortly after we arrived on scene but due to our protocols we still had to treat them as active codes and run full lights and sirens to a hospital after calling for medical advice from a hospital to give permission to cease resuscitation attempts and continue transport (idk how it works elsewhere but when someone codes we pull over and start resuscitation)
The goal almost always is the get them back on scene (unless you're wicked close to the hospital), but if you do they can still code again en route and then you're right, pull over and work it until you get medical control or a medic can call it. Can't do good CPR bouncing down the road. That's actually the only way we can transport a body is if they died in our ambulance. Then we shut off the bells and lights and go with traffic to the nearest facility. Always interesting to hear about other protocols.
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Rome had kings and queens for 800 years before it became a republic fucktard
Not even close. It was less than 300 years.
Then why the fuck is there an Emperor cunt, you say kings and queens yet in the desc it says Emperor.
As far as I'm aware there's no record of referring to a King's wife as a Queen
DAMN IT. YOU ARE ALL PISSING ME OFF.
Rome started as a Republic, then it become a dictator ship. They called there dictators "consuls" and there could be more than one at a time.
Call the dictators consuls, monarchs, qaghans, whatever.... same fucking thing. You have lots of power, you're top dog, you have kids, you pass the power on....
You're an idiot.
Rome started as a monarchy, dude. The kings got madder and madder, the people revolted and created a republic based on the Greek model, yet not quite. Then the consulate became a thing and stuck with the empire all the way (just with barely if any power during the Imperial period), and two consuls were elected at all time, a new one once every year. Two were chosen so that one wouldn't get the upper hand over the other, sometimes this system got abused but all damn democracies have these issues, and eventually some fuck decided to become a dictator after privatizing the army. And badabimbadabom the Imperial period started soon after.
Long story short, a consul is not a king, for a king rules until death (or dethroning) whereas a consul held power for a single year... Limited power, due to the conflicting nature in having two. An Emperor is really just a king of sorts though, a king of kings. The difference between the two is really vague.
Are you trying to Empress us all with your knowledge?
Presumably they're talking about the Emperor's wife.
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