Bctg.bcas.ca Review:

Treatment Guidelines, Medical Policies of the BC Ambulance Service - Treatment Guidelines are the medical policies of the BC Ambulance Service, but are also EHSC documents that set the standard of care for non-BCAS providers.


Country: North America, CA, Canada

City: V8X Victoria, British Columbia

  • dakinibean "dakinibean" - Keeping on keeping onI had intended to get some binders full of women to help organize my health-care system, which was in shambles, and a source of embarrassment and inefficiency. At the end of the day, we ended up with a mixed bunch of people, some of whom were better at organizing than others. 47% got together and arranged for things like food, which they felt they needed. A very, very, very small percentage, lets call them "entitled", developed this annoying habit of taking credit for work done by the team, didn't like some of the rules, and went all "Lord of the Flies" on everybody, causing tumult, tumult, and more tumult. A lot of the group got frustrated by what they viewed as selfishness and a disregard for others, and kind of wrote them off as liars who were only out for themselves, and valued profit over all other group values. We're hoping to work past that in our organization, since inclusivity is kind of our thing. It has been a little tough recently, but we'll pull through.
  • Gayton81 - Worked as advertisedOk so the first day of taking these not too much happened. But day 2 and after, be prepared (ALWAYS). These pills definitely worked and helped clean my body. I recommend doing these when you will not have to travel any length of a distance but are close to a restroom at all times. These made mine and my spouse's bowels move many times (4-6) times a day so that is why I say be prepared because it wasn't something that would be easing up on you and you have time to drive 15 minutes home, it would hit your stomach and you better be able to stop within 5 minutes. Just trying to be as honest as possible. And soyou can plan, it says to take 4 pills twice a day for 10 days.
  • Jimmy Jack Fielding - Killing a man.Excellent History Book. Good Job Bill. This book illustrates that there have always been men and countries that are willing to do what ever is necessary to whom ever gets in the way to get what they want. Guess the Roman's were no different. The story goes on today. Except Jesus has out lasted them all. I would recommend this and all of Mr O'Reilly's books. JJF