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Analgesie durch Notfallsanitäterinnen und Notfallsanitäter, eine Auswertung über Sicherheit und Erfolg
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Poster Title: Analgesie durch Notfallsanitäterinnen und Notfallsanitäter, eine Auswertung über Sicherheit und Erfolg
Submitted on 31 May 2022
Author(s): Hofmann, T.; Kirschenlohr, R.
Affiliations: German Society of Paramedic Science
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Abstract: Giving pain medications is new within the scope of German paramedics. In 2019 it was introduced to the medics in the city of Darmstadt.

All paramedics of the ASB ambulance service were asked to fill an after-action survey (AAs) about the effects of the intervention.

There were 55 interventions included. The mean pain NRS reduction was 4.5 points and there were no relevant adverse effects.

By a small number of analgesias performed by German paramedics were found to be safe and effective.
Summary: Poster in German language about German Paramedics administering pain killers.References: [1] NotSanG - Gesetz über den Beruf der Notfallsanitäterin und des Notfallsanitäters. Bundesrepublik Deutschland, 2013

[2] Guéant S, Taleb A, Borel-Kühner J, et al. Quality of pain management in the emergency department: results of a multicentre prospective study. Eur J Anaesthesiol 2011; 28: 97– 105
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