The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 9, 1975 · Page 29
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April 9, 1975

The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 29

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-Page 32-THE HERALD, Provo, Utah, Wednesday. April 9, 1975 A TEST OK PARAMEDIC SKILLS learned during classes allows trainees to practice techniques on "Resusci Annie," a not-so-human guinea pig with some very human reactions. Dr. Robert I'otts (left) conducts the test for Orem Firemen Jerry Johnson (at Annie's head) and Lynn Bingham (standing). 10 Local Firemen Get Instruction Local firemen have completed nine weeks of a five- month intensive paramedic training course at a special paramedic school being conducted at Weber State College. Six firemen from Orem and four from Provo have completed much of the formal schooling which is part of the training curriculum. They have learned how to operate and read an electrocardiogram and how to administer drugs and I.V.'s. Doctors, specialists in various fields, have served as teachers for paramedic trainees who have worked to learn medical technology and other things necessary to. communicate effectively with doctors under emergency pressures. A parmedic will carry about 25 different drugs on his emergency vehicle. Drugs will be for use with heart problems, overdoses and to build blood pressure and will be administered at the direction of a doctor. Paramedics will learn repelling with a rope, helicopter resuce techniques, and arctic and desert survival practices. They will spend time in the field with paramedics in Salt Lake County, and will receive training in emergency medical techniques at hospitals throughout the state. Units from the two cities will be linked to Utah Valley Hospital with telemetry system which will allow the doctor to monitor the patient's condition. Provo firemen attending the school are Willis Woodard, Durell Barney, Douglas Ball and John King. Orem firemen at the school are John Van Orman, Lynn Bingham, Jerry Johnson, Jim Cross, Lynn Rowley and Wayne Harris. FIREMAN JIM CROSS ponders over a thick stack of material given during paramedic training sessions. 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