EMT COVID-19 Vaccination MIEMSS Training

EMT COVID-19 Vaccination MIEMSS Training

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  1. Very good orientations but old video. Some Practices are recommending now aspiration . How to know does it get a blood stream or not in order to avoid complications , such thrombosis , frozen shoulder, etc?
    For me it was still near shoulder capsule. And during application didn’t looks like 90 degree. 🤔
    Follow this Dr. various videos https://youtu.be/nBaIRm4610o

  2. Check latest conversations regarding aspirating when administering covid vaccines. It's suspected that clotting inflammation pericarditis myocarditis issues may be a result of injecting into vessels, vaccine goes straight to the heart.
    Every preventive measure is appreciated.

  3. All intra muscular injections should be aspirated as there is a risk of injecting directly into a blood vessel.. all muscles have blood vessels and younger or athletic people are likely to have larger blood vessels.. the risk may indeed be low but it is certain that accidental intravenous injections will happen, it's just common sense.

  4. Does anyone have a video of it done being real time like one would in a clinic or something?

  5. Aspiration is necessary for vaccines regardless of what you say as you imply no mistakes are ever made, all people have the same biological 3D blueprint, that all vessels and veins are exactly in the same place and that the possibility of hitting a blood vessel is absolutely zero.

  6. Why is aspiration not necessary. Isn't it wise to make sure the vaccination is not touching a blood vessel.

  7. Incorrect procedure! Aspiration is needed for all IM injections to ensure it is actually IM and not intravascular. People can have anomalous vessels not always in expected location.

  8. For those that have never given and IV injection or have never drawn blood, you should know that by chance injecting the content of the vaccine IV in the deltoid muscle is ridiculously low if not zero. Most people that bleed when given an IM injection in the deltoid is because a superficial blood vessel has been damaged by the needle. Not becuase the medication has entered the cardiovascular system.

  9. You should ALWAYS aspirate the plunger to make 100% certain you're not injecting the vaccine into a vein.

  10. Over 20 countries have now changed how they administer the vaccine by adding aspiration due to blood clots, heart attacks and strokes due to if the vaccine is injected into a blood vessel instead of the muscle the spike proteins replicate and attach to blood vessel walls and platelets then attach causing blood and heart disorders!!!

  11. How would they know if the shot is not hitting a vein if they don’t aspirate? They really don’t want to waste these vaccines. Aspirations can lead to disposal.

  12. New research is saying aspiration is absolutely necessary to avoid heart problems if you miss the muscle

  13. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBaIRm4610o
    Asperation Is necessary. Not asperating is the dumbest choice a care provider can make. The down side of asperating is so small. The down side of not asperating can be monumentally catastrophic. The decision making process of health care workers is foundationally flawed.

  14. You are forcing people to vaccinate because you have created a deathly virus, you know that.
    Giving people vaccine is a crime, because you create more people to live in poverty. *STOP THE VACCINE CRIMINALS*

  15. i don't get it. making that V but then taking that hand away, how is one to remember where the injection area is? there has to be a more foolproof method.

  16. The vaccine is not made for, nor safe to go directly to the blood. The risk of hitting a venous area is higher than you might think according to specialist orthopedic surgeons. ASPIRATE!

  17. Pretty soon it will be…put a gun to their head while the brown shirts hold them down, then JAB!

  18. @7:19. Why not? Why not just do it to be safe? Even if the risk is minuscule, you don’t want an intravenous injection. I would not feel comfortable unless this injection was aspirated.

  19. Sir which arm is best for taking covid vaccine?I took first vaccine in my right hand second can take left hand?

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