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Paramedics primarily work in the pre-hospital setting and are the "eyes, ears and hands" of the emergency room physician.
Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) and paramedics differ in the fact that EMTs provide basic life support (bandaging wounds, splinting, etc.) and paramedics provide advanced life support (IVs, administering medication, etc.).
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