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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9. In addition to the activities referred to in section 7, an ambulance technician may
(1)  assess the presence of signs or symptoms allowing the application of the protocols referred to in section 6;
(2)  insert a double lumen esophageal-tracheal tube or a supraglottic device in a person experiencing cardiopulmonary arrest or with an impaired state of consciousness;
(3)  administer the necessary substances or medications via sublingual, oral, intranasal, subcutaneous, intramuscular, transdermal or inhalation route;
(4)  introduce an intravenous solution not containing medication using a short peripheral catheter at the request and in the presence of an ambulance technician trained in advanced care;
(5)  use the semi-automatic defibrillator monitor for cardiopulmonary resuscitation;
(6)  provide clinical monitoring of the condition of a person;
(7)  mechanically assist ventilation, including through an endotracheal tube already in place;
(8)  suction secretions from a person with a tracheotomy;
(9)  irrigate and maintain or stop the prescribed flow rate of an intravenous infusion not containing medication;
(10)  adjust the flow rate of an intravenous infusion not containing medication, further to an individual prescription;
(11)  remove a peripheral intravenous catheter;
(12)  perform a laryngoscopy of a person whose respiratory tract is obstructed by a foreign body and proceed to withdraw it;
(13)  remove or reinstall the inner cannula tube of tracheostomy;
(14)  perform the irrigation, draining or removal
(a)  of a free-draining urinary catheter;
(b)  of a free-draining nasogastric tube;
(15)  perform the draining of an intestinal ostomy.
O.C. 26-2012, s. 9; 119-2019O.C. 119-2019, s. 4.
9. In addition to the activities referred to in section 7, an ambulance technician may
(1)  assess the presence of signs or symptoms allowing the application of the protocols referred to in section 6;
(2)  insert a double lumen esophageal-tracheal tube or a supraglottic device in a person experiencing cardiopulmonary arrest or with an impaired state of consciousness;
(3)  administer the necessary substances or medications via sublingual, oral, intranasal, subcutaneous, intramuscular, transdermal or inhalation route;
(4)  introduce an intravenous solution not containing medication using a short peripheral catheter at the request and in the presence of an ambulance technician trained in advanced care;
(5)  use the semi-automatic defibrillator monitor for cardiopulmonary resuscitation;
(6)  provide clinical monitoring of the condition of a person;
(7)  mechanically assist ventilation, including through an endotracheal tube already in place;
(8)  suction secretions from a person with a tracheotomy.
O.C. 26-2012, s. 9.