This describes darst's advice on call related things.


Charts have two primary purposes: to provide information to the hospital staff. Second, this provides

Patient was doing this N hours PTA. Patient was doing that. Pt began to feel bad N hours PTA. Then the event happened. X and Y interventions were applied. EMS was dispatched when {something}. Bystanders report blah. Explanation of missing denials. LOI: {something}. LMP: {when}. Pt denies falling/hitting head, HNB pn, LOC, SOB, NVD, cx pn, adb pn, and any other pn or injury. This has two primary purposes: First, to provide useful information to the hospitals


Communication from the CUPS side

* How the call comes in:

* Aided

* Officers on scene.

Here are some good dispatches: * "CAVA, can you respond to McBain hall for a finger laceration,

* "CAVA, can you respond to Lerner hall for a patient who has fainted.

* "CAVA, please respond to McBain hall NNN for a possible

Communication from the CAVA side

CAVA/CallRunning (last edited 2012-04-02 00:48:56 by RichardDarst)