M-9, r. 2.1 - Regulation respecting the professional activities that may be engaged in within the framework of pre-hospital emergency services and care

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12. An ambulance technician in advanced care may, in addition to the activities determined in Divisions II and III,
(1)  assess the condition of a person;
(2)  administer intravenously or endotracheally the required substances and medications;
(3)  (paragraph revoked);
(4)  perform a manual defibrillation;
(5)  introduce an intravenous solution via intraosseous route and administer, via that route, the required substances or medications;
(6)  perform an emergency electric cardioversion;
(7)  apply external cardiac stimulation.
An ambulance technician may also, as part of a research project designed to evaluate advanced pre-hospital emergency care, proceed with the endotracheal intubation of an adult person experiencing cardiopulmonary arrest or with an impaired state of consciousness.
O.C. 26-2012, s. 12; 119-2019O.C. 119-2019, s. 5.
12. An ambulance technician in advanced care may, in addition to the activities determined in Divisions II and III,
(1)  assess the condition of a person;
(2)  administer intravenously or endotracheally the required substances and medications;
(3)  perform a direct laryngoscopy of a person whose respiratory tract is obstructed by a foreign body and proceed to withdraw it;
(4)  perform a manual defibrillation.
An ambulance technician may also, as part of a research project designed to evaluate advanced pre-hospital emergency care, proceed with the endotracheal intubation of an adult person experiencing cardiopulmonary arrest or with an impaired state of consciousness.
O.C. 26-2012, s. 12.