The fire extinguisher is not just for show
I gave a realistic scenario. you didn't answer it. I'm not sure what is so unclear, other than you decided to use a strawman response to a valid question. So either you are unable to actually read my scenario, or unwilling to actually think outside of your small little box. in either way, I'm not going to waste any more time with you.What the heck are you talking about? Providing a counter-example equates to a straw man now?
it's not about winning, it's about being able to make a decent position based on the facts at hand, something you seem to not like. You seem to lack the critical thinking ability to do it.As usual, you are more focused on looking for ways to "win" the discussion than on understanding the other person's point. I think you just have no idea what I'm talking about, so you attack it.
it's a great example.... it's also completely irrelevant. Yes, in one specific example, it applies. but you can't arbitrarily treat people solely based on history. Maybe you can in your current role, but most in EMS can't treat based on the patient's history, when the patient's condition doesn't warrant it. Not about faith in judgement.....Again, you completely missed the point. The relevance of an example that someone provides is not contingent on the fact that your agency has so little faith in your judgement. If you can't figure out how my example of the asthmatic relates to the topic at hand, then I don't know what to tell you.
if you can't understand that, than I really wonder who you ever advanced above the EMR level. And quite honestly, I'm done responding to you on this topic. Not worth wasting the keystrokes or the time.