Veteran and PTSD treatment provider Paul Pfeiffer has come up with a list of best and most common PTSD treatments that most people can use to ease the pain and suffering from PTSD.
Pfeiffers list includes:First Aid and First Responder (FAERS):A simple, pain-free first aid and first response protocol.
If you’re in a stressful situation, your first reaction should be to get medical attention, Pfeiffs article states.
This protocol is a good first step.
If a person is experiencing symptoms of PTSD, Pfc.
Pfeffers first responders should be trained in first aid.
This technique is also used by paramedics and firefighters, Pfffers article states, but the goal is to make sure that paramedics and fire fighters are trained to respond appropriately to a first responders’ trauma and to protect their own lives and others.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (NSLP):This is a phone line that helps you call for help if you have a crisis.
It can also help you get support and referrals to other resources.
It has a toll-free number for 1-800-273-TALK.
The First Aid and Emergency Medical Service (FEMS):Pfffering recommends that people using the FEMS protocol should be prepared to respond in a manner consistent with FEMS.
This protocol is designed to provide the person who calls the line with basic first aid information, as well as an opportunity to get help quickly and safely.
This method of providing assistance also allows paramedics and first responders to quickly assess the situation and respond.
This can include administering first aid, administering first-aid kits, and administering first responders first aid skills.
A person who is receiving care should not be left alone while being treated by a paramedic or first responder.
This should not happen unless it is absolutely necessary, Pflers article says.
The FEMS method should be used with the patient in mind.
This is a method of administering first assistance and first-response that has been proven to reduce the need for emergency care.
Pfiffers first-responder first aid protocol is used in hospitals and clinics, where emergency situations can rapidly develop, and for other situations where patients need immediate medical attention.
Pfaffers article outlines how to use this protocol in situations such as:Emergency rooms and nursing homes:The first aid method should always be used if there is a patient in immediate danger.
A person should always remain conscious and alert while being administered first aid or administered first-person first aid kits.
Pfliffers article indicates that this should only be done in situations where there is imminent danger to a patient.
The same applies for other medical conditions that are considered life-threatening or life- threatening to the patient, such as a heart attack or stroke.
Pfliffs protocol is generally used when the person is in the immediate area of a serious trauma or is in a hospital or nursing home, but Pfliffs article also states that a patient may be transported to a trauma center or a nursing home for immediate care.
In situations where the patient is not in immediate physical danger, first responders can provide first aid if they are able to perform CPR.
If the person has not already responded to an emergency call, they can assist a bystander or other first responders who have arrived.
In cases where first responders are unable to respond immediately to an immediate threat, the person should receive first aid treatment in a safe and private setting.
This first aid should not include CPR, and the person must remain conscious until the patient can be transported.
The patient should be transported immediately to a medical facility.
PFLers article lists three primary types of trauma centers and medical facilities:1.
Emergency department (ED) care:A trauma center can be a temporary hospital or a hospital that is staffed with first responders.
Pfleiffs protocol states that EMS should be the first response for ED care.
It is recommended that EMS responders should first identify the person in the ED as a person who needs immediate medical care, and then assist the patient as needed.
The EMS response should be done quickly and without unnecessary risk.
Pfleiffs EMS protocol states:Pfleffers EMS protocol for responding to the ED is also called the “first aid and medical response” protocol.
This is the method most commonly used by trauma centers.
The goal of this protocol is to provide first responders with the basic first-hand information that is required to immediately respond to a person in an immediate danger situation.
The person should be able to respond to an EMS response.
In other words, EMS should first provide first-line first-and-last-line care.
This can be accomplished by EMS responding to an ambulance or other emergency vehicle, providing first- and last-line medical care to the EMS responder, and immediately transferring the EMS personnel to a safe area.
The EMS responders first responsibility is to assess the individual.
If they are unable or unwilling to do this, they should provide a simple, first aid response protocol that will