Definition of Paramedics

1. Noun. (plural of paramedic) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Paramedics

1. paramedic [n] - See also: paramedic

Lexicographical Neighbors of Paramedics

paramastoid
paramastoid process
paramatta
paramattas
paramecia
paramecium tetraurelia
parameciums
paramedian
paramedian incision
paramedic
paramedical
paramedicals
paramedicine
paramedicines
paramedics (current term)
paramelaconite
paramendozavilite
parament
paramenta
paraments
paramere
parameres
paramese
parameses
paramesial
paramesonephric
parameter

Literary usage of Paramedics

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Loma Prieta, California, Earthquake of October 17, 1989 edited by Thomas D. O'Rourke (1993)
"PARAMEDIC DIVISION RESPONSE paramedics responded to three Marina District locations. At 2 Cervantes Boulevard and 3701 Divisadero Street, Figure 19. ..."

2. Hazards Research and Applications Workshop (1996): Proceedings edited by David Butler (1999)
"This is important since evidence exists suggesting that urban firefighters and paramedics are high stress occupational groups who experience repeated and ..."

3. Torture and Ill-Treatment: Israel's Interrogation of Palestinians from the by Human Rights Watch/Middle East (1994)
"Making routine tours of the interrogation wings, paramedics must be familiar with at least some of the interrogators' abusive tactics, ..."

4. Elder Abuse: A Decade of Shame and Inaction by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"An elderly woman was brought to the hospital by paramedics, confused and minimally responsive. She was severely dehydrated and her hair was completely ..."

5. Proceedings of the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute Symposium on edited by Judith H. LaRosa, Michael J. Horan, Eugene R. Passamani (1996)
"Though no accurate statistics are available, most areas with populations more than 100000 are served by paramedics. Hence, the majority of the prehospital ..."

6. Homicide in Eight U. S. Cities: Trends, Context, & Policy Implications by Pamela K. Lattimore (1999)
"The move to the public-utility model changed the requirements for EMS staff, all of whom must be paramedics. Training requirements became more rigorous, ..."

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