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  • SDIS 974 on Reunion Island
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0230225.jpg
    SDIS974 firefighters enter an emergency vehicle, parked in front of the barracks, to leave for intervention.
    Firefighters are present throughout France through the Departmental Fire and Rescue Services (SDIS). Reunion Island is no exception, rescue services are provided by the SDIS974.
  • SDIS 974 on Reunion Island
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0230226.jpg
    SDIS974 firefighters enter an emergency vehicle, parked in front of the barracks, to leave for intervention.
    Firefighters are present throughout France through the Departmental Fire and Rescue Services (SDIS). Reunion Island is no exception, rescue services are provided by the SDIS974.
  • SDIS 974 on Reunion Island
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0230227.jpg
    Firefighters take care of a road accident victim on a fast lane. They are doing the checkup of the victim in the ambulance.
    Firefighters are present throughout France through the Departmental Fire and Rescue Services (SDIS). Reunion Island is no exception, rescue services are provided by the SDIS974.
  • SDIS 974 on Reunion Island
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0230228.jpg
    Firefighters take care of a road accident victim on a fast lane. They are doing the checkup of the victim in the ambulance.
    Firefighters are present throughout France through the Departmental Fire and Rescue Services (SDIS). Reunion Island is no exception, rescue services are provided by the SDIS974.
  • SDIS 974 on Reunion Island
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0230230.jpg
    Firefighters take care of a road accident victim on a fast lane. They are doing the checkup of the victim in the ambulance.
    Firefighters are present throughout France through the Departmental Fire and Rescue Services (SDIS). Reunion Island is no exception, rescue services are provided by the SDIS974.
  • SDIS 974 on Reunion Island
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0230231.jpg
    Firefighters take care of a road accident victim on a fast lane. They are doing the checkup of the victim in the ambulance.
    Firefighters are present throughout France through the Departmental Fire and Rescue Services (SDIS). Reunion Island is no exception, rescue services are provided by the SDIS974.
  • SDIS 974 on Reunion Island
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0230232.jpg
    Firefighters take care of a road accident victim on a fast lane. They are doing the checkup of the victim in the ambulance. A gendarme gets into the ambulance to make the usual observations.
    Firefighters are present throughout France through the Departmental Fire and Rescue Services (SDIS). Reunion Island is no exception, rescue services are provided by the SDIS974.
  • SDIS 974 on Reunion Island
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0230233.jpg
    Firefighters take care of a road accident victim on a fast lane. They are doing the checkup of the victim in the ambulance. A gendarme gets into the ambulance to make the usual observations.
    Firefighters are present throughout France through the Departmental Fire and Rescue Services (SDIS). Reunion Island is no exception, rescue services are provided by the SDIS974.
  • SDIS 974 on Reunion Island
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0230234.jpg
    Firefighters take care of a road accident victim on a fast lane. They are doing the checkup of the victim in the ambulance. A gendarme gets into the ambulance to make the usual observations.
    Firefighters are present throughout France through the Departmental Fire and Rescue Services (SDIS). Reunion Island is no exception, rescue services are provided by the SDIS974.
  • SDIS 974 on Reunion Island
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0230235.jpg
    Firefighters take care of a road accident victim on a fast lane. They are doing the checkup of the victim in the ambulance.
    Firefighters are present throughout France through the Departmental Fire and Rescue Services (SDIS). Reunion Island is no exception, rescue services are provided by the SDIS974.
  • SDIS 974 on Reunion Island
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0230236.jpg
    A firefighter prepares the stretcher in the ambulance to receive a wounded man.
    Firefighters are present throughout France through the Departmental Fire and Rescue Services (SDIS). Reunion Island is no exception, rescue services are provided by the SDIS974.
  • SDIS 974 on Reunion Island
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0230237.jpg
    Two firefighters install a person with a head injury on the ambulance stretcher.
    Firefighters are present throughout France through the Departmental Fire and Rescue Services (SDIS). Reunion Island is no exception, rescue services are provided by the SDIS974.
  • SDIS 974 on Reunion Island
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0230238.jpg
    Firefighters take care of a road accident victim in town. They are doing the checkup of the victim in the ambulance.
    Firefighters are present throughout France through the Departmental Fire and Rescue Services (SDIS). Reunion Island is no exception, rescue services are provided by the SDIS974.
  • SDIS 974 on Reunion Island
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0230239.jpg
    Firefighters take care of a road accident victim in town. They are doing the checkup of the victim in the ambulance.
    Firefighters are present throughout France through the Departmental Fire and Rescue Services (SDIS). Reunion Island is no exception, rescue services are provided by the SDIS974.
  • SDIS 974 on Reunion Island
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0230240.jpg
    A road rescue vehicle marks the intervention for everyone's safety.
    Firefighters are present throughout France through the Departmental Fire and Rescue Services (SDIS). Reunion Island is no exception, rescue services are provided by the SDIS974.
  • SDIS 974 on Reunion Island
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0230248.jpg
    A road rescue vehicle marks the intervention for everyone's safety.
    Firefighters are present throughout France through the Departmental Fire and Rescue Services (SDIS). Reunion Island is no exception, rescue services are provided by the SDIS974.
  • Roissy Airport Medical Emergency Service
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0229654.jpg
    The SMU has emergency vehicles, ambulances, light and heavy vehicles, for all operations on the "runway" side of the airport.
    Roissy Airport has an emergency medical service, the EMS. Its role is to watch over the health of travelers, crew members, ground staff and all those who pass through the airport.
  • Roissy Airport Medical Emergency Service
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0229665.jpg
    The SMU has emergency vehicles, ambulances, light and heavy vehicles, for all operations on the "runway" side of the airport.
    Roissy Airport has an emergency medical service, the EMS. Its role is to watch over the health of travelers, crew members, ground staff and all those who pass through the airport.
  • Roissy Airport Medical Emergency Service
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0229666.jpg
    The SMU has emergency vehicles, ambulances, light and heavy vehicles, for all operations on the "runway" side of the airport.
    Roissy Airport has an emergency medical service, the EMS. Its role is to watch over the health of travelers, crew members, ground staff and all those who pass through the airport.
  • Roissy Airport Medical Emergency Service
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0229667.jpg
    The SMU has emergency vehicles, ambulances, light and heavy vehicles, for all operations on the "runway" side of the airport.
    Roissy Airport has an emergency medical service, the EMS. Its role is to watch over the health of travelers, crew members, ground staff and all those who pass through the airport.
  • Roissy Airport Medical Emergency Service
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0229668.jpg
    The SMU has emergency vehicles, ambulances, light and heavy vehicles, for all operations on the "runway" side of the airport.
    Roissy Airport has an emergency medical service, the EMS. Its role is to watch over the health of travelers, crew members, ground staff and all those who pass through the airport.
  • Roissy Airport Medical Emergency Service
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0229669.jpg
    The SMU has emergency vehicles, ambulances, light and heavy vehicles, for all operations on the "runway" side of the airport.
    Roissy Airport has an emergency medical service, the EMS. Its role is to watch over the health of travelers, crew members, ground staff and all those who pass through the airport.
  • Roissy Airport Medical Emergency Service
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0229673.jpg
    SMU vehicles can operate in all areas of the airport, including aircraft taxiways.
    Roissy Airport has an emergency medical service, the EMS. Its role is to watch over the health of travelers, crew members, ground staff and all those who pass through the airport.
  • Roissy Airport Medical Emergency Service
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0229674.jpg
    SMU vehicles can operate in all areas of the airport, including aircraft taxiways.
    Roissy Airport has an emergency medical service, the EMS. Its role is to watch over the health of travelers, crew members, ground staff and all those who pass through the airport.
  • Roissy Airport Medical Emergency Service
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0229675.jpg
    SMU vehicles can operate in all areas of the airport, including aircraft taxiways.
    Roissy Airport has an emergency medical service, the EMS. Its role is to watch over the health of travelers, crew members, ground staff and all those who pass through the airport.
  • Roissy Airport Medical Emergency Service
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0229676.jpg
    SMU vehicles can operate in all areas of the airport, including aircraft taxiways.
    Roissy Airport has an emergency medical service, the EMS. Its role is to watch over the health of travelers, crew members, ground staff and all those who pass through the airport.
  • Roissy Airport Medical Emergency Service
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0229677.jpg
    SMU vehicles can operate in all areas of the airport, including aircraft taxiways.
    Roissy Airport has an emergency medical service, the EMS. Its role is to watch over the health of travelers, crew members, ground staff and all those who pass through the airport.
  • Roissy Airport Medical Emergency Service
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0229678.jpg
    SMU vehicles can operate in all areas of the airport, including aircraft taxiways.
    Roissy Airport has an emergency medical service, the EMS. Its role is to watch over the health of travelers, crew members, ground staff and all those who pass through the airport.
  • Illustration of a containment on deconfinement scheduled for May 11, 2020.
    France
    Julien Mattia
    LePictorium_0228623.jpg
    Series of photos of illustration of a confined person on deconfinement planned for May 11, 2020, following the epidemic of the new Coronavirus, Covid 19 in France.
  • Illustration of a containment on deconfinement scheduled for May 11, 2020.
    France
    Julien Mattia
    LePictorium_0228633.jpg
    Series of photos of illustration of a confined person on deconfinement planned for May 11, 2020, following the epidemic of the new Coronavirus, Covid 19 in France.
  • Coronavirus in India
    India
    Abhisek Saha
    LePictorium_0228372.jpg
    Health workers apply an infrared thermometer to check the temperatures of people who come to buy vegetables and fish at a market in Agartala during a government-imposed lockdown against COVID-19 on the outskirts of Agartala, capital of the northeastern state of Tripura, India
  • Coronavirus in India
    India
    Abhisek Saha
    LePictorium_0228375.jpg
    Health workers apply an infrared thermometer to check the temperatures of people who come to buy vegetables and fish at a market in Agartala during a government-imposed lockdown against COVID-19 on the outskirts of Agartala, capital of the northeastern state of Tripura, India
  • Coronavirus in India
    India
    Abhisek Saha
    LePictorium_0228379.jpg
    Health workers apply an infrared thermometer to check the temperatures of people who come to buy vegetables and fish at a market in Agartala during a government-imposed lockdown against COVID-19 on the outskirts of Agartala, capital of the northeastern state of Tripura, India
  • Coronavirus in India
    India
    Abhisek Saha
    LePictorium_0228381.jpg
    Health workers apply an infrared thermometer to check the temperatures of people who come to buy vegetables and fish at a market in Agartala during a government-imposed lockdown against COVID-19 on the outskirts of Agartala, capital of the northeastern state of Tripura, India
  • Coronavirus in India
    India
    Abhisek Saha
    LePictorium_0228383.jpg
    People with their vehicles pass through a giant disinfection zone, during a lockdown imposed by the government as a preventive measure against COVID-19, on the outskirts of Agartala, capital of the northeastern state of Tripura, India
  • Coronavirus in India
    India
    Abhisek Saha
    LePictorium_0228385.jpg
    People with their vehicles pass through a giant disinfection zone, during a lockdown imposed by the government as a preventive measure against COVID-19, on the outskirts of Agartala, capital of the northeastern state of Tripura, India
  • Coronavirus in India
    India
    Abhisek Saha
    LePictorium_0228388.jpg
    A COVID-19 sample collection kiosk is going to a destination, as the health workers will do swab test in different parts of Agartala, during a lockdown imposed by the government as a preventive measure against COVID-19, on the outskirts of Agartala, capital of the northeastern state of Tripura, India
  • Coronavirus in India
    India
    Abhisek Saha
    LePictorium_0228390.jpg
    A doctor performs a PCR test using a swab in Agartala, during a preventive lockdown imposed by the government against COVID-19, on the outskirts of Agartala, capital of the north-eastern state of Tripura, India
  • Coronavirus in India
    India
    Abhisek Saha
    LePictorium_0228395.jpg
    The Jawans of the 2nd Battalion, TSR (TRIPURA STATE RIFLES) pass through a body disinfection chamber, at the entrance of the camp gate, during a lockdown imposed by the government as a preventive measure against COVID-19, in the outskirts of Agartala, capital of the northeastern state of Tripura, India
  • Coronavirus in India
    India
    Abhisek Saha
    LePictorium_0228399.jpg
    The Jawans of the 2nd Battalion, TSR (TRIPURA STATE RIFLES) pass through a body disinfection chamber, at the entrance of the camp gate, during a lockdown imposed by the government as a preventive measure against COVID-19, in the outskirts of Agartala, capital of the northeastern state of Tripura, India
  • Covid-19 - Civil Protection mobilized during the epidemic
    France
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0228052.jpg
    members of the Civil Protection disinfect the ambulance during their night duty.
      Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Civil Protection intervenes in reinforcement of the medical personnel on the medical devices set up. Its members, almost all volunteers, are trained in first aid gestures by taking the constants: pulse, tension, frequency and respiratory amplitude, temperature. They can also oxygenate victims with masks and stretcher them if a transfer to the hospital is necessary. However, they do not have the equipment to intubate and ventilate the sick. For the most serious cases, respiratory distress, a doctor must intervene.
  • Covid-19 - Civil Protection mobilized during the epidemic
    France
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0228053.jpg
    Inside an ambulance.
      Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Civil Protection intervenes in reinforcement of the medical personnel on the medical devices set up. Its members, almost all volunteers, are trained in first aid gestures by taking the constants: pulse, tension, frequency and respiratory amplitude, temperature. They can also oxygenate victims with masks and stretcher them if a transfer to the hospital is necessary. However, they do not have the equipment to intubate and ventilate the sick. For the most serious cases, respiratory distress, a doctor must intervene.
  • Covid-19 - Civil Protection mobilized during the epidemic
    France
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0228054.jpg
    During the night watch, two members of Civil Protection go to the ambulance before intervening with a patient.
      Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Civil Protection intervenes in reinforcement of the medical personnel on the medical devices set up. Its members, almost all volunteers, are trained in first aid gestures by taking the constants: pulse, tension, frequency and respiratory amplitude, temperature. They can also oxygenate victims with masks and stretcher them if a transfer to the hospital is necessary. However, they do not have the equipment to intubate and ventilate the sick. For the most serious cases, respiratory distress, a doctor must intervene.
  • Covid-19 - Civil Protection mobilized during the epidemic
    France
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0228055.jpg
    During the night watch, a member of the Civil Protection drives an ambulance to rescue a patient.
      Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Civil Protection intervenes in reinforcement of the medical personnel on the medical devices set up. Its members, almost all volunteers, are trained in first aid gestures by taking the constants: pulse, tension, frequency and respiratory amplitude, temperature. They can also oxygenate victims with masks and stretcher them if a transfer to the hospital is necessary. However, they do not have the equipment to intubate and ventilate the sick. For the most serious cases, respiratory distress, a doctor must intervene.
  • Covid-19 - Civil Protection mobilized during the epidemic
    France
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0228056.jpg
    During the night watch, two members of the Civil Protection put on protections before intervening with a patient.
      Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Civil Protection intervenes in reinforcement of the medical personnel on the medical devices set up. Its members, almost all volunteers, are trained in first aid gestures by taking the constants: pulse, tension, frequency and respiratory amplitude, temperature. They can also oxygenate victims with masks and stretcher them if a transfer to the hospital is necessary. However, they do not have the equipment to intubate and ventilate the sick. For the most serious cases, respiratory distress, a doctor must intervene.
  • Covid-19 - Civil Protection mobilized during the epidemic
    France
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0228057.jpg
    During the night watch, two members of the Civil Protection put on protections before intervening with a patient.
      Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Civil Protection intervenes in reinforcement of the medical personnel on the medical devices set up. Its members, almost all volunteers, are trained in first aid gestures by taking the constants: pulse, tension, frequency and respiratory amplitude, temperature. They can also oxygenate victims with masks and stretcher them if a transfer to the hospital is necessary. However, they do not have the equipment to intubate and ventilate the sick. For the most serious cases, respiratory distress, a doctor must intervene.
  • Covid-19 - Civil Protection mobilized during the epidemic
    France
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0228058.jpg
    During the night watch, two members of the Civil Protection ring the doorbell of a patient.
      Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Civil Protection intervenes in reinforcement of the medical personnel on the medical devices set up. Its members, almost all volunteers, are trained in first aid gestures by taking the constants: pulse, tension, frequency and respiratory amplitude, temperature. They can also oxygenate victims with masks and stretcher them if a transfer to the hospital is necessary. However, they do not have the equipment to intubate and ventilate the sick. For the most serious cases, respiratory distress, a doctor must intervene.
  • Covid-19 - Civil Protection mobilized during the epidemic
    France
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0228059.jpg
    During the night watch, two members of the Civil Protection ring the doorbell of a patient.
      Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Civil Protection intervenes in reinforcement of the medical personnel on the medical devices set up. Its members, almost all volunteers, are trained in first aid gestures by taking the constants: pulse, tension, frequency and respiratory amplitude, temperature. They can also oxygenate victims with masks and stretcher them if a transfer to the hospital is necessary. However, they do not have the equipment to intubate and ventilate the sick. For the most serious cases, respiratory distress, a doctor must intervene.
  • Covid-19 - Civil Protection mobilized during the epidemic
    France
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0228060.jpg
    Volunteers in the field strengthen the emergency medical services in collaboration with firefighters and private paramedics. In total, nearly 150 ambulances and vehicles for raising doubts are engaged 24 hours a day. The volunteers are therefore fully mobilized in the field but also in the SAMU regulation room.
      Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Civil Protection intervenes in reinforcement of the medical personnel on the medical devices set up. Its members, almost all volunteers, are trained in first aid gestures by taking the constants: pulse, tension, frequency and respiratory amplitude, temperature. They can also oxygenate victims with masks and stretcher them if a transfer to the hospital is necessary. However, they do not have the equipment to intubate and ventilate the sick. For the most serious cases, respiratory distress, a doctor must intervene.
  • Covid-19 - Civil Protection mobilized during the epidemic
    France
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0228061.jpg
    A member of the Civil Protection carrying out a pre-diagnosis of a patient.
      Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Civil Protection intervenes in reinforcement of the medical personnel on the medical devices set up. Its members, almost all volunteers, are trained in first aid gestures by taking the constants: pulse, tension, frequency and respiratory amplitude, temperature. They can also oxygenate victims with masks and stretcher them if a transfer to the hospital is necessary. However, they do not have the equipment to intubate and ventilate the sick. For the most serious cases, respiratory distress, a doctor must intervene.
  • Covid-19 - Civil Protection mobilized during the epidemic
    France
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0228062.jpg
    Volunteers provide emergency assistance to a man who called the ambulance service following a pain in the heart.
      Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Civil Protection intervenes in reinforcement of the medical personnel on the medical devices set up. Its members, almost all volunteers, are trained in first aid gestures by taking the constants: pulse, tension, frequency and respiratory amplitude, temperature. They can also oxygenate victims with masks and stretcher them if a transfer to the hospital is necessary. However, they do not have the equipment to intubate and ventilate the sick. For the most serious cases, respiratory distress, a doctor must intervene.
  • Covid-19 - Civil Protection mobilized during the epidemic
    France
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0228063.jpg
    A member of the Civil Protection carrying out a pre-diagnosis of a patient.
      Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Civil Protection intervenes in reinforcement of the medical personnel on the medical devices set up. Its members, almost all volunteers, are trained in first aid gestures by taking the constants: pulse, tension, frequency and respiratory amplitude, temperature. They can also oxygenate victims with masks and stretcher them if a transfer to the hospital is necessary. However, they do not have the equipment to intubate and ventilate the sick. For the most serious cases, respiratory distress, a doctor must intervene.
  • Covid-19 - Civil Protection mobilized during the epidemic
    France
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0228064.jpg
    Volunteers provide emergency assistance to a man who called the ambulance service following a pain in the heart.
      Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Civil Protection intervenes in reinforcement of the medical personnel on the medical devices set up. Its members, almost all volunteers, are trained in first aid gestures by taking the constants: pulse, tension, frequency and respiratory amplitude, temperature. They can also oxygenate victims with masks and stretcher them if a transfer to the hospital is necessary. However, they do not have the equipment to intubate and ventilate the sick. For the most serious cases, respiratory distress, a doctor must intervene.
  • Covid-19 - Civil Protection mobilized during the epidemic
    France
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0228065.jpg
    Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Civil Protection intervenes in reinforcement of the medical personnel on the medical devices set up. Its members, almost all volunteers, are trained in first aid gestures by taking the constants: pulse, tension, frequency and respiratory amplitude, temperature. They can also oxygenate victims with masks and stretcher them if a transfer to the hospital is necessary. However, they do not have the equipment to intubate and ventilate the sick. For the most serious cases, respiratory distress, a doctor must intervene.
  • Covid-19 - Civil Protection mobilized during the epidemic
    France
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0228066.jpg
    Volunteers provide emergency assistance to a man who called the ambulance service following a pain in the heart.
      Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Civil Protection intervenes in reinforcement of the medical personnel on the medical devices set up. Its members, almost all volunteers, are trained in first aid gestures by taking the constants: pulse, tension, frequency and respiratory amplitude, temperature. They can also oxygenate victims with masks and stretcher them if a transfer to the hospital is necessary. However, they do not have the equipment to intubate and ventilate the sick. For the most serious cases, respiratory distress, a doctor must intervene.
  • Covid-19 - Civil Protection mobilized during the epidemic
    France
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0228067.jpg
    A member of the Civil Protection carrying out a pre-diagnosis of a patient.
      Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Civil Protection intervenes in reinforcement of the medical personnel on the medical devices set up. Its members, almost all volunteers, are trained in first aid gestures by taking the constants: pulse, tension, frequency and respiratory amplitude, temperature. They can also oxygenate victims with masks and stretcher them if a transfer to the hospital is necessary. However, they do not have the equipment to intubate and ventilate the sick. For the most serious cases, respiratory distress, a doctor must intervene.
  • Covid-19 - Civil Protection mobilized during the epidemic
    France
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0228068.jpg
    A member of the Civil Protection carrying out a pre-diagnosis of a patient.
      Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Civil Protection intervenes in reinforcement of the medical personnel on the medical devices set up. Its members, almost all volunteers, are trained in first aid gestures by taking the constants: pulse, tension, frequency and respiratory amplitude, temperature. They can also oxygenate victims with masks and stretcher them if a transfer to the hospital is necessary. However, they do not have the equipment to intubate and ventilate the sick. For the most serious cases, respiratory distress, a doctor must intervene.
  • Covid-19 - Civil Protection mobilized during the epidemic
    France
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0228069.jpg
    The Civil Protection escorting a patient to the ambulance.
      Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Civil Protection intervenes in reinforcement of the medical personnel on the medical devices set up. Its members, almost all volunteers, are trained in first aid gestures by taking the constants: pulse, tension, frequency and respiratory amplitude, temperature. They can also oxygenate victims with masks and stretcher them if a transfer to the hospital is necessary. However, they do not have the equipment to intubate and ventilate the sick. For the most serious cases, respiratory distress, a doctor must intervene.
  • Covid-19 - Civil Protection mobilized during the epidemic
    France
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0228070.jpg
    The Civil Protection escorting a patient to the ambulance.
      Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Civil Protection intervenes in reinforcement of the medical personnel on the medical devices set up. Its members, almost all volunteers, are trained in first aid gestures by taking the constants: pulse, tension, frequency and respiratory amplitude, temperature. They can also oxygenate victims with masks and stretcher them if a transfer to the hospital is necessary. However, they do not have the equipment to intubate and ventilate the sick. For the most serious cases, respiratory distress, a doctor must intervene.
  • Covid-19 - Civil Protection mobilized during the epidemic
    France
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0228071.jpg
    The Civil Protection takes a patient into an ambulance.
      Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Civil Protection intervenes in reinforcement of the medical personnel on the medical devices set up. Its members, almost all volunteers, are trained in first aid gestures by taking the constants: pulse, tension, frequency and respiratory amplitude, temperature. They can also oxygenate victims with masks and stretcher them if a transfer to the hospital is necessary. However, they do not have the equipment to intubate and ventilate the sick. For the most serious cases, respiratory distress, a doctor must intervene.
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