The fire extinguisher is not just for show
Had to turn down a job that wanted to pay me $70/hr... fully remote... if only it was a full time and benefitted position instead of a contract...
Thats it? I gave up and just bought a new bike. Parting out for MTB is sooo much more expensive. but the build is fun.Just bought the last parts I needed to build my MTB... It's sad when the entire project costs the same as my mortgage payment. 😭
I have an expensive mortgage payment 😅Thats it? I gave up and just bought a new bike. Parting out for MTB is sooo much more expensive. but the build is fun.
I just bought an eBike and it’s an absolute blast. I never thought I’d be into it, but it’s great.
These are the sickest patients I ever manage. Poor kidney care wrecks everything.Good on the Dialysis center which noticed one of their patients had missed like 3 or 4 appointments in a row, and they called to check up on him. Which lead to PD doing a Welfare check... which lead to us breaking out the BVM because he was unconscious/unresponsive and breathing at like 40 breaths/min shallow and unable to get any Pulse Ox initially (well we put on an NRB at first while initially assessing, broke out the bag when it finally came up with a Sat in the 70s).
(Also got to break out the Irons and play Mongo Fireman and break down the door lol) EMS Medic also got to practice his PATI skills (local term for RSI)
A deadly ambulance fire in Kailua from August 2022 started from a portable oxygen tank that could have been contaminated, officials announced Wednesday.
Wilkinson told investigators he was using a breathing machine known as a CPAP that was connected to a main oxygen tank plugged into the ambulance wall. As the crew pulled into Adventist Health Castle Hospital, Wilkinson disconnected the device to plug it into a portable oxygen tank. That's when there was a pop noise and the fire started.