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  On a recent EMS run we had a CPR save.  It was one of our guys first CPR save.  We are looking for ideas on how to celebrate this as a crew.  Remember how you felt on your first save?  We are trying to capture that and celebrate something that for many of us has become become just another day at work.  Thank you.

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Congratulations Sean. If the patient recovers with no, or minimal neurological deficits, I would suggest contacting the patient, and inviting them to the station for a visit, where they're able. That would be the best way of celebrating the save, that I could think of. Once again. Congrats, Good job !!

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