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Summary Paramedico

Likely to be raising an eyebrow at some ridiculous trivial complaint their patient has considered life threatening enough to call them for’ Paramedico is a heart stopping white knuckle ride about a paramedic at work in an ambulance attending emergencies in far flung places such as England Iceland Macedonia Mexico Pakistan The Philippines South Af. I am not going to lie I had really high hopes for this book as it has been touted to me as the best paramedic related novel you ll read and I m sure for many people that is the case Unfortunately I don t share the same opinionThe writing style isn t exactly flowing and I find that makes it hard to immerse yourself in the situation the author is describing It is interesting enough to be read once but probably never again and I would not recommend it to my friends I am an operational paramedic working in rural Australia and I found the comparison between countries and their respective Ambulance Services interesting if not a little confronting If anything this book will make you grateful that you live in a country with appropriately government funded pre hospital health care if you happen to be lucky eno

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Paramedico

‘As you read this than a hundred thousand ambulance medics across the planet are responding to emergencies They are scrambling under crashed cars carrying the sick down flights of stairs resuscitating near dead husbands at the feet of hysterical wives and stemming the blood flow of gunshot victims in seedy back alleys A good number too are just as. decided to come out of my reviewing hiatus for this onehaving been a paramedic in a busy system for many years i can say that i am usually not a fan of ems related books largely because they either overdo the dramatic aspects to the point it becomes unrealistic or they have to explain so many things to the layperson that someone who already knows the job has a lot to skip through before getting to the good stuffthis book does neither i think the author nailed it i loved reading about ambulance services in different countries as well as the personalities involved as it would seem that the paramedic persona crosses cultural boundarieswhile the pacing was different from one chapter to the next so is the pace of one day to the next when you work in health care while it would seem some reviewers felt there

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Rica and Thailand – at the time of the 2004 tsunami This is also a brilliantly written collection of wild tales of wild people whose lives are so different from our own that it’s hard to believe they really exist Gilmour is able to make us stop and think not only of how to live a life but how precious life is and how important it is to protect i. So enjoyed reading Benjamin s adventures a truly Goodread


10 thoughts on “Paramedico

  1. says:

    decided to come out of my reviewing hiatus for this onehaving been a paramedic in a busy system for many years i can say that i am usually not a fan of ems related books largely because they either overdo the dramatic aspects to the point it becomes unrealistic or they have to explain so many things to the layperson that someone who already knows the job has a lot to skip through before getting to the good stuffthis book does neither i t

  2. says:

    It's funny how clueless we can be when it comes to the way other countries do things that we in the first world take for granted I thought all ambulance services were basically the same with only tiny differences between adoption of new drugs or new techniues perhaps a doctor on this one but not on that one But I guarantee I will never see ambulances used to transport live goats and butchered meat to the poor in Austra

  3. says:

    An interesting and at times affecting read about pre hospital care across continents but it carries the vibe of a Contiki coach tour – by the time Gilmour scraped the surface of a culture or country we were carted off to the next

  4. says:

    I had the pleasure of meeting Benjamin Gilmour although briefly at a booth at the EMS World Expo 2013 in Las Vegas I bought his book and he signed it for me Sadly I did not get to attend the viewing of his film Paramedico that was also shown one evening during this conference I will purchase it online soonTold in non linear multiple chapters each showcasing a particular location this book was very interesting in the different ways EMS is e

  5. says:

    I am not going to lie I had really high hopes for this book as it has been touted to me as the best paramedic related novel you'll read and I'm sure for many people that is the case Unfortunately I don't share the same opinionThe writing style isn't exactly flowing and I find that makes it hard to immerse yourself in the situation the author is describing It is interesting enough to be read once but probably never again

  6. says:

    A must read for anyone in emergency medicineWhat a great well written book about the life and times of ems around the world Everyone in emergency medicine should read this

  7. says:

    So enjoyed reading Benjamin’s adventures a truly ‘Goodread’ 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

  8. says:

    When disaster strikes we all assume the emergency services will be there to help But standards and services offered vary fro

  9. says:

    If you think you know what paramedics do read this book The author has worked as a paramedic in varios countries including Mongolia Mexico ItalyVenice and teaches you things about how medical care is viewed from a different perspective

  10. says:

    Even though I am not in the field of EMS I enjoyed this book It was funny and interesting at the same time Just en