Well....For what and why?
Make believe we're your Base Station and we have no imagination.
I once had a "paramedic" at AMR tell me that he 'saved a life' by keeping a patient awake with ammonia inhalents...Ammonia has been so abused that I don't think they should be available to EMS and the ED.
Clinically? Very linited use in the patient who is suffering from suspected psychogenic syncope is probably fine. It's much easier to treat "the whole patient" when they're awake and speaking to you. The problem is you dont see "limited use". You see the "walrus", and ammonia being used in patients before other causes of unconsciousness are investigated.
I once had a "paramedic" at AMR tell me that he 'saved a life' by keeping a patient awake with ammonia inhalents...
Needless to say, he hasn't been allowed to operate above the EMT level for quite some time (for a different reason, but still)