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Can an EMT treat Peripheral Arterial Disease - PAD?

  • Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), is NOT treated by EMTs. Paramedics can see a PAD on an electrocardiogram (EKG) in the ambulance and administer nitroglycerin for chest pain but that is as far as they go. Only a doctor can diagnose and treat ANYTHING.


    Not True...we cannot see PAD in an EKG. And regardless of 3what you were told in classes, the purpose of a Paramedic is to do a field diagnosis and treat it. We do NOT treat just symptoms. Case in point, 86 year old pt with a heart rate of 168, bp of 100/64, and fever. Treating the symptoms would mean giving him cardizem for the Afib...which would do nothing but make the pt worse...instead i gave him a bolus of fluid and some O2 which made him better....So yes medics do diagnose and treat what we see....

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