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Crash and Cheyenne must survive the night.
9 Oct 2019
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For the success of any long-haul commercial trip, preparedness is integral. This aspect is fundamental primarily for the safety of the driver and also for the health of the vehicle. So, let’s find out 8 standard checks that are often overlooked during the inspection of a long haul trip.
5 Oct 2019
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*******www.survivalistboards****/ Every survivalist should have some kind of disaster preparedness plans in place. Distributed by Tubemogul.
28 Mar 2009
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This is a presentation by Dr. Rushdi Abdul Cader, MD - FACEP Attending Physician, Sierra Vista Department of Emergency Medicine in San Luis Obispo. The presentation, "Mind the Gap: managing the scene of a motorcycle accident" was part of "Bridging the Gap: Understanding Protective Gear and Sport Related Injuries, and What To Do Until Medical Care Arrives" a motorcycle and sport related trauma preparedness seminar that was held at Pro Italia on March 15th 2009. Dr. Caders presentation was followed by "Traumatic Brain Injury: Physiology and advances in protective gear" by Dr. Phil Delio, MD. This is a presentation by Dr. Rushdi Abdul Cader, MD - FACEP Attending Physician, Sierra Vista Department of Emergency Medicine in San Luis Obispo. The presentation, "Mind the Gap: managing the scene of a motorcycle accident" was part of "Bridging the Gap: Understanding Protective Gear and Sport Related Injuries, and What To Do Until Medical Care Arrives" a motorcycle and sport related trauma preparedness seminar that was held at Pro Italia on March 15th 2009. Dr. Caders presentation was followed by "Traumatic Brain Injury: Physiology and advances in protective gear" by Dr. Phil Delio, MD. Pro Italia is one of the nation's leading dealers of Ducati and MV Agusta motorcycles, bike accessories and high quality riding gear. We've served Italian motorcycle enthusiasts from the foothills of the fabled Angeles Crest Hywy for over 20 years. Visit us at 3319 North Verdugo Rd.
Glendale California 91208 or *******www.proitalia****/ Note: " The Moto Trauma seminar is not a comprehensive medical training program.  The course is intended as a general review of what can be done by medical professionals in the field when confronted with acute motorcycle injuries until the arrival of emergency medical personnel.  The Moto Trauma Seminar not a replacement for BTLS/ ATLS or any other emergency medical training.  The developers of the Moto Trauma course urge all who watch this seminar not to attempt any procedure or approach to bistander patient care, for which they are not specifically trained, familiar and legally certified to provide.  Watching the Moto Trauma Seminar does not bestow training, familiarity or certification to provide patient care in any capacity.  Furthermore, the techniques and approach shown in this video can not be applied to all accident circumstances or injuries. Viewers should familiarize themselves with laws and statutes pertaining to bistander medical care in their specific locale. " 
8 Apr 2009
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This is a presentation by Dr. Rushdi Abdul Cader, MD - FACEP Attending Physician, Sierra Vista Department of Emergency Medicine in San Luis Obispo. The presentation, "Mind the Gap: managing the scene of a motorcycle accident" was part of "Bridging the Gap: Understanding Protective Gear and Sport Related Injuries, and What To Do Until Medical Care Arrives" a motorcycle and sport related trauma preparedness seminar that was held at Pro Italia on March 15th 2009. Dr. Caders presentation was followed by "Traumatic Brain Injury: Physiology and advances in protective gear" by Dr. Phil Delio, MD. Pro Italia is one of the nation's leading dealers of Ducati and MV Agusta motorcycles, bike accessories and high quality riding gear. We've served Italian motorcycle enthusiasts from the foothills of the fabled Angeles Crest Hywy for over 20 years. Visit us at 3319 North Verdugo Rd.
Glendale California 91208 or *******www.proitalia****/ Note: " The Moto Trauma seminar is not a comprehensive medical training program.  The course is intended as a general review of what can be done by medical professionals in the field when confronted with acute motorcycle injuries until the arrival of emergency medical personnel.  The Moto Trauma Seminar not a replacement for BTLS/ ATLS or any other emergency medical training.  The developers of the Moto Trauma course urge all who watch this seminar not to attempt any procedure or approach to bistander patient care, for which they are not specifically trained, familiar and legally certified to provide.  Watching the Moto Trauma Seminar does not bestow training, familiarity or certification to provide patient care in any capacity.  Furthermore, the techniques and approach shown in this video can not be applied to all accident circumstances or injuries. Viewers should familiarize themselves with laws and statutes pertaining to bistander medical care in their specific locale. "
8 Apr 2009
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This is a presentation by Dr. Rushdi Abdul Cader, MD - FACEP Attending Physician, Sierra Vista Department of Emergency Medicine in San Luis Obispo. The presentation, "Mind the Gap: managing the scene of a motorcycle accident" was part of "Bridging the Gap: Understanding Protective Gear and Sport Related Injuries, and What To Do Until Medical Care Arrives" a motorcycle and sport related trauma preparedness seminar that was held at Pro Italia on March 15th 2009. Dr. Caders presentation was followed by "Traumatic Brain Injury: Physiology and advances in protective gear" by Dr. Phil Delio, MD. Pro Italia is one of the nation's leading dealers of Ducati and MV Agusta motorcycles, bike accessories and high quality riding gear. We've served Italian motorcycle enthusiasts from the foothills of the fabled Angeles Crest Hywy for over 20 years. Visit us at 3319 North Verdugo Rd.
Glendale California 91208 or *******www.proitalia****/ Note: " The Moto Trauma seminar is not a comprehensive medical training program.  The course is intended as a general review of what can be done by medical professionals in the field when confronted with acute motorcycle injuries until the arrival of emergency medical personnel.  The Moto Trauma Seminar not a replacement for BTLS/ ATLS or any other emergency medical training.  The developers of the Moto Trauma course urge all who watch this seminar not to attempt any procedure or approach to bistander patient care, for which they are not specifically trained, familiar and legally certified to provide.  Watching the Moto Trauma Seminar does not bestow training, familiarity or certification to provide patient care in any capacity.  Furthermore, the techniques and approach shown in this video can not be applied to all accident circumstances or injuries. Viewers should familiarize themselves with laws and statutes pertaining to bistander medical care in their specific locale. " 
8 Apr 2009
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This is a presentation by Dr. Rushdi Abdul Cader, MD - FACEP Attending Physician, Sierra Vista Department of Emergency Medicine in San Luis Obispo. The presentation, "Mind the Gap: managing the scene of a motorcycle accident" was part of "Bridging the Gap: Understanding Protective Gear and Sport Related Injuries, and What To Do Until Medical Care Arrives" a motorcycle and sport related trauma preparedness seminar that was held at Pro Italia on March 15th 2009. Dr. Caders presentation was followed by "Traumatic Brain Injury: Physiology and advances in protective gear" by Dr. Phil Delio, MD. Pro Italia is one of the nation's leading dealers of Ducati and MV Agusta motorcycles, bike accessories and high quality riding gear. We've served Italian motorcycle enthusiasts from the foothills of the fabled Angeles Crest Hywy for over 20 years. Visit us at 3319 North Verdugo Rd.
Glendale California 91208 or *******www.proitalia****/ Note: " The Moto Trauma seminar is not a comprehensive medical training program.  The course is intended as a general review of what can be done by medical professionals in the field when confronted with acute motorcycle injuries until the arrival of emergency medical personnel.  The Moto Trauma Seminar not a replacement for BTLS/ ATLS or any other emergency medical training.  The developers of the Moto Trauma course urge all who watch this seminar not to attempt any procedure or approach to bistander patient care, for which they are not specifically trained, familiar and legally certified to provide.  Watching the Moto Trauma Seminar does not bestow training, familiarity or certification to provide patient care in any capacity.  Furthermore, the techniques and approach shown in this video can not be applied to all accident circumstances or injuries. Viewers should familiarize themselves with laws and statutes pertaining to bistander medical care in their specific locale. "
8 Apr 2009
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This is a presentation by Dr. Rushdi Abdul Cader, MD - FACEP Attending Physician, Sierra Vista Department of Emergency Medicine in San Luis Obispo. The presentation, "Mind the Gap: managing the scene of a motorcycle accident" was part of "Bridging the Gap: Understanding Protective Gear and Sport Related Injuries, and What To Do Until Medical Care Arrives" a motorcycle and sport related trauma preparedness seminar that was held at Pro Italia on March 15th 2009. Dr. Caders presentation was followed by "Traumatic Brain Injury: Physiology and advances in protective gear" by Dr. Phil Delio, MD. Pro Italia is one of the nation's leading dealers of Ducati and MV Agusta motorcycles, bike accessories and high quality riding gear. We've served Italian motorcycle enthusiasts from the foothills of the fabled Angeles Crest Hywy for over 20 years. Visit us at 3319 North Verdugo Rd.
Glendale California 91208 or *******www.proitalia****/ Note: " The Moto Trauma seminar is not a comprehensive medical training program.  The course is intended as a general review of what can be done by medical professionals in the field when confronted with acute motorcycle injuries until the arrival of emergency medical personnel.  The Moto Trauma Seminar not a replacement for BTLS/ ATLS or any other emergency medical training.  The developers of the Moto Trauma course urge all who watch this seminar not to attempt any procedure or approach to bistander patient care, for which they are not specifically trained, familiar and legally certified to provide.  Watching the Moto Trauma Seminar does not bestow training, familiarity or certification to provide patient care in any capacity.  Furthermore, the techniques and approach shown in this video can not be applied to all accident circumstances or injuries. Viewers should familiarize themselves with laws and statutes pertaining to bistander medical care in their specific locale. " 
8 Apr 2009
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This is a presentation by Dr. Rushdi Abdul Cader, MD - FACEP Attending Physician, Sierra Vista Department of Emergency Medicine in San Luis Obispo. The presentation, "Mind the Gap: managing the scene of a motorcycle accident" was part of "Bridging the Gap: Understanding Protective Gear and Sport Related Injuries, and What To Do Until Medical Care Arrives" a motorcycle and sport related trauma preparedness seminar that was held at Pro Italia on March 15th 2009. Dr. Caders presentation was followed by "Traumatic Brain Injury: Physiology and advances in protective gear" by Dr. Phil Delio, MD. Pro Italia is one of the nation's leading dealers of Ducati and MV Agusta motorcycles, bike accessories and high quality riding gear. We've served Italian motorcycle enthusiasts from the foothills of the fabled Angeles Crest Hywy for over 20 years. Visit us at 3319 North Verdugo Rd.
Glendale California 91208 or *******www.proitalia****/ Note: " The Moto Trauma seminar is not a comprehensive medical training program.  The course is intended as a general review of what can be done by medical professionals in the field when confronted with acute motorcycle injuries until the arrival of emergency medical personnel.  The Moto Trauma Seminar not a replacement for BTLS/ ATLS or any other emergency medical training.  The developers of the Moto Trauma course urge all who watch this seminar not to attempt any procedure or approach to bistander patient care, for which they are not specifically trained, familiar and legally certified to provide.  Watching the Moto Trauma Seminar does not bestow training, familiarity or certification to provide patient care in any capacity.  Furthermore, the techniques and approach shown in this video can not be applied to all accident circumstances or injuries. Viewers should familiarize themselves with laws and statutes pertaining to bistander medical care in their specific locale. " 
8 Apr 2009
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This is a presentation by Dr. Rushdi Abdul Cader, MD - FACEP Attending Physician, Sierra Vista Department of Emergency Medicine in San Luis Obispo. The presentation, "Mind the Gap: managing the scene of a motorcycle accident" was part of "Bridging the Gap: Understanding Protective Gear and Sport Related Injuries, and What To Do Until Medical Care Arrives" a motorcycle and sport related trauma preparedness seminar that was held at Pro Italia on March 15th 2009. Dr. Caders presentation was followed by "Traumatic Brain Injury: Physiology and advances in protective gear" by Dr. Phil Delio, MD. Pro Italia is one of the nation's leading dealers of Ducati and MV Agusta motorcycles, bike accessories and high quality riding gear. We've served Italian motorcycle enthusiasts from the foothills of the fabled Angeles Crest Hywy for over 20 years. Visit us at 3319 North Verdugo Rd.
Glendale California 91208 or *******www.proitalia****/ Note: " The Moto Trauma seminar is not a comprehensive medical training program.  The course is intended as a general review of what can be done by medical professionals in the field when confronted with acute motorcycle injuries until the arrival of emergency medical personnel.  The Moto Trauma Seminar not a replacement for BTLS/ ATLS or any other emergency medical training.  The developers of the Moto Trauma course urge all who watch this seminar not to attempt any procedure or approach to bistander patient care, for which they are not specifically trained, familiar and legally certified to provide.  Watching the Moto Trauma Seminar does not bestow training, familiarity or certification to provide patient care in any capacity.  Furthermore, the techniques and approach shown in this video can not be applied to all accident circumstances or injuries. Viewers should familiarize themselves with laws and statutes pertaining to bistander medical care in their specific locale. " 
8 Apr 2009
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This is a presentation by Dr. Rushdi Abdul Cader, MD - FACEP Attending Physician, Sierra Vista Department of Emergency Medicine in San Luis Obispo. The presentation, "Mind the Gap: managing the scene of a motorcycle accident" was part of "Bridging the Gap: Understanding Protective Gear and Sport Related Injuries, and What To Do Until Medical Care Arrives" a motorcycle and sport related trauma preparedness seminar that was held at Pro Italia on March 15th 2009. Dr. Caders presentation was followed by "Traumatic Brain Injury: Physiology and advances in protective gear" by Dr. Phil Delio, MD. Pro Italia is one of the nation's leading dealers of Ducati and MV Agusta motorcycles, bike accessories and high quality riding gear. We've served Italian motorcycle enthusiasts from the foothills of the fabled Angeles Crest Hywy for over 20 years. Visit us at 3319 North Verdugo Rd.
Glendale California 91208 or *******www.proitalia****/ Note: " The Moto Trauma seminar is not a comprehensive medical training program.  The course is intended as a general review of what can be done by medical professionals in the field when confronted with acute motorcycle injuries until the arrival of emergency medical personnel.  The Moto Trauma Seminar not a replacement for BTLS/ ATLS or any other emergency medical training.  The developers of the Moto Trauma course urge all who watch this seminar not to attempt any procedure or approach to bistander patient care, for which they are not specifically trained, familiar and legally certified to provide.  Watching the Moto Trauma Seminar does not bestow training, familiarity or certification to provide patient care in any capacity.  Furthermore, the techniques and approach shown in this video can not be applied to all accident circumstances or injuries. Viewers should familiarize themselves with laws and statutes pertaining to bistander medical care in their specific locale. " 
8 Apr 2009
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This is a presentation by Dr. Phil Delio, MD of Neurology based in Santa Barbara, California. The presentation, "Traumatic Brain Injury: Physiology and advances in protective gear" was part of "Bridging the Gap: Understanding Protective Gear and Sport Related Injuries, and What To Do Until Medical Care Arrives" a motorcycle and sport related trauma preparedness seminar that was held at Pro Italia on March 15th 2009. Dr. Delio's talk was followed by "Mind the Gap: Managing the Scene of a Motorcycle Accident" by Dr. Rushdi Abdul Cader, MD - FACEP Attending Physician, Sierra Vista Department of Emergency Medicine in San Luis Obispo. Pro Italia is one of the nation's leading dealers of Ducati and MV Agusta motorcycles, bike accessories and high quality riding gear. We've served Italian motorcycle enthusiasts from the foothills of the fabled Angeles Crest Hywy for over 20 years. Visit us at 3319 North Verdugo Rd.
Glendale California 91208 or proitalia****/ Note: " The Moto Trauma seminar is not a comprehensive medical training program.  The course is intended as a general review of what can be done by medical professionals in the field when confronted with acute motorcycle injuries until the arrival of emergency medical personnel.  The Moto Trauma Seminar not a replacement for BTLS/ ATLS or any other emergency medical training.  The developers of the Moto Trauma course urge all who watch this seminar not to attempt any procedure or approach to bistander patient care, for which they are not specifically trained, familiar and legally certified to provide.  Watching the Moto Trauma Seminar does not bestow training, familiarity or certification to provide patient care in any capacity.  Furthermore, the techniques and approach shown in this video can not be applied to all accident circumstances or injuries. Viewers should familiarize themselves with laws and statutes pertaining to bistander medical care in their specific locale. " 
17 Apr 2009
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This is a presentation by Dr. Phil Delio, MD of Neurology based in Santa Barbara, California. The presentation, "Traumatic Brain Injury: Physiology and advances in protective gear" was part of "Bridging the Gap: Understanding Protective Gear and Sport Related Injuries, and What To Do Until Medical Care Arrives" a motorcycle and sport related trauma preparedness seminar that was held at Pro Italia on March 15th 2009. Dr. Delio's talk was followed by "Mind the Gap: Managing the Scene of a Motorcycle Accident" by Dr. Rushdi Abdul Cader, MD - FACEP Attending Physician, Sierra Vista Department of Emergency Medicine in San Luis Obispo. Pro Italia is one of the nation's leading dealers of Ducati and MV Agusta motorcycles, bike accessories and high quality riding gear. We've served Italian motorcycle enthusiasts from the foothills of the fabled Angeles Crest Hywy for over 20 years. Visit us at 3319 North Verdugo Rd.
Glendale California 91208 or proitalia****/ Note: " The Moto Trauma seminar is not a comprehensive medical training program.  The course is intended as a general review of what can be done by medical professionals in the field when confronted with acute motorcycle injuries until the arrival of emergency medical personnel.  The Moto Trauma Seminar not a replacement for BTLS/ ATLS or any other emergency medical training.  The developers of the Moto Trauma course urge all who watch this seminar not to attempt any procedure or approach to bistander patient care, for which they are not specifically trained, familiar and legally certified to provide.  Watching the Moto Trauma Seminar does not bestow training, familiarity or certification to provide patient care in any capacity.  Furthermore, the techniques and approach shown in this video can not be applied to all accident circumstances or injuries. Viewers should familiarize themselves with laws and statutes pertaining to bistander medical care in their specific locale. " 
17 Apr 2009
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This is a presentation by Dr. Phil Delio, MD of Neurology based in Santa Barbara, California. The presentation, "Traumatic Brain Injury: Physiology and advances in protective gear" was part of "Bridging the Gap: Understanding Protective Gear and Sport Related Injuries, and What To Do Until Medical Care Arrives" a motorcycle and sport related trauma preparedness seminar that was held at Pro Italia on March 15th 2009. Dr. Delio's talk followed "Mind the Gap: Managing the Scene of a Motorcycle Accident" by Dr. Rushdi Abdul Cader, MD - FACEP Attending Physician, Sierra Vista Department of Emergency Medicine in San Luis Obispo. Pro Italia is one of the nation's leading dealers of Ducati and MV Agusta motorcycles, bike accessories and high quality riding gear. We've served Italian motorcycle enthusiasts from the foothills of the fabled Angeles Crest Hywy for over 20 years. Visit us at 3319 North Verdugo Rd.
Glendale California 91208 or proitalia****/ Note: " The Moto Trauma seminar is not a comprehensive medical training program.  The course is intended as a general review of what can be done by medical professionals in the field when confronted with acute motorcycle injuries until the arrival of emergency medical personnel.  The Moto Trauma Seminar not a replacement for BTLS/ ATLS or any other emergency medical training.  The developers of the Moto Trauma course urge all who watch this seminar not to attempt any procedure or approach to bistander patient care, for which they are not specifically trained, familiar and legally certified to provide.  Watching the Moto Trauma Seminar does not bestow training, familiarity or certification to provide patient care in any capacity.  Furthermore, the techniques and approach shown in this video can not be applied to all accident circumstances or injuries. Viewers should familiarize themselves with laws and statutes pertaining to bistander medical care in their specific locale. " 
18 Apr 2009
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This is a presentation by Dr. Phil Delio, MD of Neurology based in Santa Barbara, California. The presentation, "Traumatic Brain Injury: Physiology and advances in protective gear" was part of "Bridging the Gap: Understanding Protective Gear and Sport Related Injuries, and What To Do Until Medical Care Arrives" a motorcycle and sport related trauma preparedness seminar that was held at Pro Italia on March 15th 2009. Dr. Delio's talk followed "Mind the Gap: Managing the Scene of a Motorcycle Accident" by Dr. Rushdi Abdul Cader, MD - FACEP Attending Physician, Sierra Vista Department of Emergency Medicine in San Luis Obispo. Pro Italia is one of the nation's leading dealers of Ducati and MV Agusta motorcycles, bike accessories and high quality riding gear. We've served Italian motorcycle enthusiasts from the foothills of the fabled Angeles Crest Hywy for over 20 years. Visit us at 3319 North Verdugo Rd.
Glendale California 91208 or proitalia****/ Note: " The Moto Trauma seminar is not a comprehensive medical training program.  The course is intended as a general review of what can be done by medical professionals in the field when confronted with acute motorcycle injuries until the arrival of emergency medical personnel.  The Moto Trauma Seminar not a replacement for BTLS/ ATLS or any other emergency medical training.  The developers of the Moto Trauma course urge all who watch this seminar not to attempt any procedure or approach to bistander patient care, for which they are not specifically trained, familiar and legally certified to provide.  Watching the Moto Trauma Seminar does not bestow training, familiarity or certification to provide patient care in any capacity.  Furthermore, the techniques and approach shown in this video can not be applied to all accident circumstances or injuries. Viewers should familiarize themselves with laws and statutes pertaining to bistander medical care in their specific locale. " 
18 Apr 2009
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This is a presentation by Dr. Phil Delio, MD of Neurology based in Santa Barbara, California. The presentation, "Traumatic Brain Injury: Physiology and advances in protective gear" was part of "Bridging the Gap: Understanding Protective Gear and Sport Related Injuries, and What To Do Until Medical Care Arrives" a motorcycle and sport related trauma preparedness seminar that was held at Pro Italia on March 15th 2009. Dr. Delio's talk followed "Mind the Gap: Managing the Scene of a Motorcycle Accident" by Dr. Rushdi Abdul Cader, MD - FACEP Attending Physician, Sierra Vista Department of Emergency Medicine in San Luis Obispo. Pro Italia is one of the nation's leading dealers of Ducati and MV Agusta motorcycles, bike accessories and high quality riding gear. We've served Italian motorcycle enthusiasts from the foothills of the fabled Angeles Crest Hywy for over 20 years. Visit us at 3319 North Verdugo Rd.
Glendale California 91208 or proitalia****/ Note: " The Moto Trauma seminar is not a comprehensive medical training program.  The course is intended as a general review of what can be done by medical professionals in the field when confronted with acute motorcycle injuries until the arrival of emergency medical personnel.  The Moto Trauma Seminar not a replacement for BTLS/ ATLS or any other emergency medical training.  The developers of the Moto Trauma course urge all who watch this seminar not to attempt any procedure or approach to bistander patient care, for which they are not specifically trained, familiar and legally certified to provide.  Watching the Moto Trauma Seminar does not bestow training, familiarity or certification to provide patient care in any capacity.  Furthermore, the techniques and approach shown in this video can not be applied to all accident circumstances or injuries. Viewers should familiarize themselves with laws and statutes pertaining to bistander medical care in their specific locale. " 
18 Apr 2009
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