Rescue 471: A Paramedic's Stories

Rescue 471: A Paramedic's StoriesTRUE LIFE AND DEATH DRAMAIn Taut, Thrilling Prose, Peter Canning Has Written A Book That Captures The Rarely Seen Real World Of Emergency Medicine A Seasoned Paramedic Who Fights Under Enormous Pressure To Save Lives, Canning Trains New Paramedics For The Rigors Of A Nonstop, Action Packed Battle From A Four Month Old Baby Who Has Stopped Breathing To A Sixty Seven Year Old Woman With A Strange Abdominal Mass That Threatens To Explode These Are Gripping True Stories From The ER On The Streets An Exciting, Often Moving Account, Canning Tells A Powerful Story Of Camaraderie, Selflessness, And Courage As Paramedics Try To Stand Tall And Human Through Both Defeat And Victory.

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  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • Rescue 471: A Paramedic's Stories
  • Peter Canning
  • English
  • 20 June 2017
  • 9780804118828

10 thoughts on “Rescue 471: A Paramedic's Stories

  1. says:

    Rescue 471 by Peter Canning 4 5 Sequel to On the Front Lines of Medicines Rescue 471 gives an inside look into real world emergency medicine Peter Canning brings the reader along for the ride as if you were his partner Canning describes thrilling scenes and shares emotions while going through his daily routine Rescue 471 is the sequel to On the Front Lines of Medicine This novel is perfect for anyone interested in the medical field or someone wants to learn what a paramedic deals with on the job I recommend readers have a decent understanding of medical terms for which that could create some confusion, but if the reader has a grasp on the medical terms this book could be for all ages.The structure of this non fiction text is unique because the chapters are very short and straight to the point The chapters are all a different call that Canning has been on and can stand on their own This book is written as a narrative nonfiction with vocabulary that consists of a lot of medical terms and tools they use in the medical field This narrative has been mistaken for fiction because it does have some qualities fiction like a linear plot with...

  2. says:

    This books lets the reader see through the eyes of a paramedic Peter Canning shares with us his feelings, his frustrations, his joys, and his love of his profession As you progress through the book you start to see his feelings towards his patients and how he slowly starts to burnout from all the BS calls, needless deaths, and people who no longer care about society Then he tells us his joys of passing a legacy of his mentors to his own student, an honor I would like ...

  3. says:

    just as great as Peter Cannings first book, i love how he describes the calls and the emotions involved, as well as his own personal evolution throughout the years he s been a Paramedic.

  4. says:

    Having worked in medical settings during my career as a cardiovascular tech and working with first responders, nurses and doctors on scene and in the hospital, the actions and responses are spot on I particularly like Mr Canning s description and discussion of burnout and how he returns to find that he is doing what he...

  5. says:

    I always enjoy reading EMS type stories, and this time was no different I have read both of Peter Canning s books and I found them both an enjoyable read I feel like his perspective is akin to my own, as he left a career in public policy to become a paramedic, while I also work in public policy and moonlight as an EMT Essentially a collection of essays compiled into a book, it s not really a narrative so much as a work intended to convey the realities of what faces the modern EMS system Occasionally it tends toward the overly dramatic, perhaps reaching too far to try to make the connection between a particular story and what is says about the human condition However, the point is well m...

  6. says:

    This was a quick and enjoyable read that touched a personal note for me, since the author works in my home country of Hartford This book just showcased some of the worst things about a city so close to my town the drugs, gangs, violence, poverty obesity, child abuse I know many other places see these things too, but it seems in CT these things are sadly so common that the problems go ignored the stories in this book show this a drunk heroin ad...

  7. says:

    I purchased this for the purpose of researching paramedics for my forthcoming novel The reviews on were quite good, and I can see why this is a fast read, filled with information and action The author writes of his experiences as a paramedic in Hartford, Connecticutt It s not glorifying, either He gets all matter ...

  8. says:

    A collection of short stories about what it is like to be a Paramedic Peter Canning tells about the calls and what he is thinking and what is going on with the patient They are raw, sad and sometimes gross stories Very few of them has a follow up on what happen to the patient after they are dropped off at the hospital I would have lik...

  9. says:

    I like this book It s an easy read and has a fast pace, but really, it s depressing Half the book is expressing the authors displeasure with the system and how badly they are treated by the powers that be Sure, he comes around full circle and explains ho...

  10. says:

    A sequel to Peter s Paramedic book This one was another fantastic book, covered alot of the use and abuse of the Hartford EMS system Showed alot of insight on what they do in the ambulances and all of the calls they run Was very interesting and HILARIOUS at times I recommend you get this book...

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