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A Model to Explain the Challenges of Saudi Arabia Emergency Medical Technicians’ Decision Making in Emergency Situations | Original Article

Faisal Mutair Almutairi*, Zeyad Dahmash Aldahmash, Hani Khalid Alanazi, Nahar Khlif Alshammari, Anas Mohammed Alqayidi, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


Different sorts of urgent crises are treated with out-of-hospital acute medical treatment by emergency medical services (EMS). In addition to a large number of other employees that operate in the pre-hospital environment, the EMS team comprises paramedics. Pre-on-scene hospital's decisionmaking is a significant component in the management of life-threatening conditions and the reduction of morbidity and death. Pre-hospital decision-making is a difficult process, thus it is important to recognize it. This research was done to examine the decision-making process used by Saudi Arabia's emergency medical technicians.