What's the difference between ALS1 and ALS2 service?
Advance Life Support (ALS1), Emergency: When medically necessary, the provision of an assessment by an ALS provider or supplier or the provision of one or more ALS interventions.  Advance Life support (ALS2), Emergency: When medically necessary, the administration of three or more different medications and the provision of at least one of the following ALS procedures:  Manual Defribrillation/Cardioversion; Endotracheal Intubation; Central Venous Line; Cardiac Pacing; Chest Decompression; Surgical Airway; Intraosseous Line.

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1. When should I call 9-1-1?
2. Why does the 9-1-1 call taker ask so many questions?
3. When the 9-1-1 call taker is asking questions, is help being sent?
4. How does a 9-1-1 call get to the right agency?
5. Is there a penalty for abuse of the 9-1-1 system?
6. Is it true that a newborn baby can be left at a fire station if the mother doesn't want to keep it?
7. What happens to the baby after it is left at a fire station?
8. Who do I contact to see if a burn permit was issued?
9. How fast can the ambulance and fire truck go when they have their lights and sirens on?
10. How does the enhanced emergency 9-1-1 service work?
11. What's the difference between ALS1 and ALS2 service?
12. How can I find the location of the closest fire hydrant to my home.