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How the TV shows Third Watch and ER differ from life Emergency Medicine When youre riding down the street keep an eye out for emergency vehicles No matter what time of day emergency service personnel are always on duty Whether they are paid or volunteer they always have the responsibility of providing some sort of services to their community It may be simple things like retrieving a ball from out of the street for a child to providing Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation for someone in cardiac arrest The TV shows Third Watch and ER are great examples of how firemen police officers and EMTs perform their duties and work together to provide services to the community They show no matter whats going on they always provide reliable services in a diligent and timely manner to the community and also perform there duties to the maximum extent of there training and capabilities They show the different roles that are played and make the characters seem realistic Even though the show seems so real there is a big difference in the way things are in real life With this analysis you will see how the shows Third Watch and ER are so different from the way things really happen The episode that is going to be analyzed starts off with a structure fire call where people trapped inside the building Firefighter Jimmy Doherty and his partner run in the building and get on the roof Once there they tie off a rope and Jimmy rappels down to the window where the paramedics are trapped in a room full of smoke with a patient Jimmy climbs in the room and makes a harness for the patient to be lowered out of the building He then makes a harness for the paramedics to be lowered out and then he rappels down the rest of the way to assist in loading the patient on the ambulance to be
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