Fire Department Standard Operating Guidelines

Fire Department Standard Operating Guidelines

Emergency Medical Operations

This document is the current edition to the Protocols for Williams County Emergency Medical Services adopted September of 2013. The City of Bryan Fire Department in working with Williams County Emergency Medical Services shall follow the same protocols as established for the Williams County Emergency Medical Services.

701.0 Air Ambulance
702.0 Citizen Assist
703.0 EMS Communications
704.0 Dead on Arrival
705.0 Do Not Resuscitate – Support Care
706.0 Motor Vehicle Accidents
707.0 Patient Refusal
708.0 Radio Failure
709.0 Restraining Patients
710.0 Cardiac Arrest
711.0 Defibrillation
712.0 Chest Discomfort – AMI
713.0 CHF – Pulmonary Edema
Table of Contents
714.0 Termination of Resuscitation
715.0 Abdominal Pain
716.0 Airway Maintenance
717.0 Allergic Reaction – Ananphylaxis
718.0 Burns
719.0 Childbirth – Obstetrical Emergencies
720.0 Dyspnea
721.0 Eye Injury
722.0 Heat Emergencies
723.0 Hypoglycemia – Insulin Shock
724.0 Hypothermia – Frostbite
725.0 Poisoning
726.0 Psychiatric Emergencies
727.0 Seizures
728.0 Shock
729.0 Adult Stroke
730.0 Trauma Emergencies
731.0 Traumatic Arrest
732.0 Unconscious – Unknown
733.0 Pediatric CPR
734.0 Pediatric Bradycardia
735.0 Pediatric Arrest
736.0 Pediatric Anaphylaxis
737.0 Pediatric Asthma
738.0 Pediatric Hypoglycemia – Insulin Shock
739.0 Pediatric Hypovolemic Shock
740.0 Pediatric Seizures
741.0 Medication Administration
742.0 Activated Charcoal
743.0 Asprin
744.0 Epinephrine
745.0 Glucose
746.0 Metered Dose Inhaler (MDI)
747.0 Nitroglycerin (Nitrostat)
748.0 Oxygen Therapy
749.0 Blood Glucose Meter
750.0 Cardiac Monitoring
751.0 Combitube
752.0 Intravenous (IV) Setup
753.0 Pneumatic Anti-Shock Garment
754.0 Pulse Oximetry