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Statesville Fire - Dispatch, Fireground 1-8, Training 1-2, Conference, Admin, Fire Marshal.
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Channel Talkgroup
Statesville Fire Dispatch 2000
Fireground 1 2001
Fireground 2 2002
Fireground 3 2003
Fireground 4 2004
Fireground 5 2005
Fireground 6 2006
Fireground 7 2007
Fireground 8 2008
Training 1 2009
Training 2 2010
Conference  2011
Admin 2012
Fire Marshal 2013

Scanning Site 1 on the Statesville Public Safety P25 System with a CC of 857.5375.

The scanner is a Uniden BCD996XT.  This scanner is scanning Statesville Fire only.  Radios are hooked to a computer and being broadcasted through the RadioFeed program.  

Statesville PD and City Events channel will be turned on when a large scale PD event, or a large event that is in the city.

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Common codes that may be heard through the feed are listed below.  They also apply to the rest of Iredell County and are only Iredell County specific.

10 Codes
10-1	Signal Weak	
10-2	Signal Strong	
10-3	Stop Transmitting	
10-4	Affirmative/OK	
10-5	Relay To	
10-6	Busy	
10-7	Out of Service	
10-8	In Service	
10-9	Repeat	
10-10	Negative/No	
10-11	_____________  On Duty	
10-12	Stand By	
10-13	Existing Weather Conditions	
10-14	Information	
10-15	Message Delivered	
10-16	Reply to Message	
10-17	Enroute	
10-18	Urgent	
10-19	Contact
10-20	Location	
10-21	Call by Phone	
10-22	Cancel/Disregard	
10-23	Arrived on Scene	
10-24	Assignment Complete	
10-25	Meet at Location	
10-26	Estimated Time of Arrival	
10-27	Drivers License Registration	
10-28	Vehicle Registration	
10-29	Wants/Warrant Check	
10-30	Use Caution	
10-31	Pick Up	
10-32	___________ Units Needed.	
10-33	Emergency		 
10-34	Correct Time	
10-35	Location Change To ________	
10-36	Switch to TAC channel	
10-37	Request SHP ref 10-55	
10-38	False Call	
10-39	Trespassers		 
10-40	Fight	
10-41	On Duty	
10-42	Off Duty		 
10-43	Chase	
10-44	Riot	
10-45 	Bomb Threat (Code 19)		 
10-46	Burglar Alarm (Code 9)		 
10-47	Complete Assignment Quickly		 
10-48	Detaining Subject/Expedite		 
10-49	Drag Racing	
10-50	Traffic Crash 
10-51	Wrecker Needed
10-52	Ambulance Needed
10-53	Road Blocked
10-54	Hit & Run Traffic Crash
10-55	Intoxicated Driver/DWI 
10-56	Intoxicated Person
10-57	Intoxalizer Operator Needed
10-58	Direct Traffic
10-59	Escort
10-60	Suspicious (Person, Vehicle, Activity)
10-61	Traffic Stop
10-62	Breaking & Entering In Progress
10-63	Investigate
10-64	Crime in Progress
10-65	Armed Robbery
10-66	Notify Medical Examiner
10-67	Report of a Death
10-68	Livestock in Roadway
10-69	Advise Proper Phone Number
10-70	Improperly Parked Vehicle
10-71	Improper Use of Radio
10-72	Prisioner in Custody
10-73	Mental Person
10-74	Jail Break
10-75	Indicates Wanted or Warrants
10-76	Prowler
10-77	Asst Fire Dept
10-78	Civil Problem/Disturbance
10-79	Domestic Problem
10-80	Detain Subject
10-81	Weapons/Subject Armed
10-82	Stranded Motorist
10-83
10-84	Serving Civil Papers
10-85	Misdemeanor Warra
10-86	Felony Warranntt
10-87	Security Check
10-88	Universal Precautions
10-89
10-90
10-91
10-92
10-93
10-94
10-95
10-96
10-97
10-98
10-99	Request K-9 for Vehicle Search
10-100
Action Codes
1            Proceed Normal/Routine
2            Expedite
3            EMERGENCY
4            Disregard/No Further Action
5            Fire Alarm
6            Pick Up Signal 8
7            Eating at ______
8            Taking Break, In Radio Cont.
9            Alarm (TYPE)
10           Death/Dead Body
11           Shooting
12           Liquor Traffic
13           Narcotics Traffic
14           Armed Robbery
15           Larceny
16           Sex Crime
17           Search & Rescue (TYPE)
18           Arson
19           Bomb/Bomb Threat
20           Drowning
21           Bank Robbery
22           Burglary/B&E In Progress
23           Strong Arm Robbery
24           Murder
25           Assault
26           BE&L (Not in Progress)
27           Prowler in Residence
28           Request Bloodhounds
29           Prisoner Escape
30           Rep of Chemical Spill-Routine
31           Rep of Chemical Spill-Emergency
32           Hazardous Material-Caution
33           Bloodrun-EMERGENCY
34           Bloodrun-Routine
35           Assist EMS/Ambulance
36           Standby at Base-Prep to Ass.
44           Overdose
46           Drunk
63           Stab Wound
64           Gun Shot Wound
70           Attempted Suicide
80           CPR In Progress
85           Disaster (10+ Persons)
90           Report of Fire
91           All Clear (Search Complete)
92           Under Control
95           Report of Smoke
96           Give Me a Status Report
97           Airplane Crash
99           Drill - Training

 

Iredell County EMD Protocol


Just recently, Iredell County has starting using EMD protocol in their disoatches.  They are not consistent when it comes to using them.  Some days they decide to use it.  For a reference, here are the protocols

EMS

Protocol 1: Abdominal Pain/Problems

1-D-1 Not alert

1-C-1 Suspected aortic aneurysm (tearing/ripping pain) ≥50 years old

1-C-2 Known aortic aneurysm

1-C-3 Fainting or near fainting ≥50 years old

1-C-4 Females with fainting or near fainting 12-50 years old

1-C-5 Males with pain above navel ≥35 years old

1-C-6 Females with pain above navel ≥ 45 years old

1-A-1 Abdominal pain

Protocol 2: Allergies (Reactions)/Envenomations (Stings/Bites)

2-E-1 Ineffective breathing

2-D-1 Not alert

2-D-2 Difficulty speaking between breaths

2-D-3 Swarming attack (bee, wasp, hornet)

2-D-4 Snakebite

2-C-1 Difficulty breathing or swallowing

2-C-2 History of severe allergic reaction

2-B-1 Unknown status/other codes not applicable

2-A-1 No difficulty breathing or swallowing (rash, hives or itching may be present)

2-A-2 Spider bite

Suffixes: I=Injection administered or advised, M=Medication administered or advised

Protocol 3: Animal Bites/Attacks

3-D-1 Unconscious or arrest

3-D-2 Not alert

3-D-3 Chest or neck injury (with difficulty breathing)

3-D-4 Dangerous body area

3-D-5 Large animal

3-D-6 Exotic animal

3-D-7 Attack of multiple animals

3-B-1 Possibly dangerous body area

3-B-2 Serious hemorrhage

3-B-3 Unknown status/other codes not applicable

3-A-1 Not dangerous body area

3-A-2 Non-recent (≥6 hours) injuries (without priority symptoms)

3-A-3 Superficial bites

Protocol 4: Assault/Sexual Assault

4-D-1 Unconscious or arrest

4-D-2 Not alert

4-D-3 Chest or neck injury (with difficulty breathing)

4-D-4 Multiple victims

4-B-1 Possibly dangerous body area

4-B-2 Serious hemorrhage

4-B-3 Unknown status/other codes not applicable

4-A-1 Not dangerous body area

4-A-2 Non-recent (≥6 hours) injuries (without priority symptoms)

Suffixes: A=Assault, S=Sexual assault

Protocol 5: Back Pain (Non-Traumatic or Non-Recent Trauma)

5-D-1 Not alert

5-C-1 Suspected aortic aneurysm (tearing/ripping pain) ≥50 years old

5-C-2 Known aortic aneurysm

5-C-3 Fainting or nearly fainting ≥50 years old

5-A-1 Non-traumatic back pain

5-A-2 Non-recent (≥6 hours) traumatic back pain (without priority symptoms)

Protocol 6: Breathing Problems

6-E-1 Ineffective breathing

6-D-1 Not alert

6-D-2 Difficulty speaking between breaths

6-D-3 Changing color

6-D-4 Clammy

6-C-1 Abnormal breathing

Suffixes: A=Asthma history

Protocol 7: Burns (Scalds)/Explosion (Blast)

7-E-1 Person on fire

7-D-1 Multiple victims

7-D-2 Unconscious or arrest

7-D-3 Not alert

7-D-4 Difficulty speaking between breaths

7-C-1 Building fire with persons reported inside

7-C-2 Difficulty breathing

7-C-3 Burns ≥18% body area

7-C-4 Significant facial burns

7-B-1 Blast injuries (without priority symptoms)

7-B-2 Unknown status/other codes not applicable

7-A-1 Burns <18% body area

7-A-2 Fire alarm (unknown situation)

7-A-3 Sunburn or minor burns (≤ hand size)

Suffixes: E=Explosion, F=Fire present, W=Fireworks

Protocol 8: Carbon Monoxide/Inhalation/HAZMAT/CBRN

8-D-1 Unconscious or arrest

8-D-2 Not alert

8-D-3 Difficulty speaking between breaths

8-D-4 Multiple victims

8-D-5 Unknown status/other codes not applicable

8-C-1 Alert with difficulty breathing

8-B-1 Alert without difficulty breathing

8-Ω-1 Carbon monoxide detector alarm (without priority symptoms)

Suffixes: B=Biological, C=Chemical, G=Smell of gas/fumes, M=Carbon Monoxide, N=Nuclear, R=Radiological, S=Suicide attempt (carbon monoxide), U=Unknown

Protocol 9: Cardiac or Respiratory Arrest/Death

9-E-1 Not breathing at all

9-E-2 Breathing uncertain (agonal)

9-E-3 Hanging

9-E-4 Strangulation

9-E-5 Suffocation

9-E-6 Underwater

9-D-1 Ineffective breathing

9-D-2 Obvious or expected death questionable

9-B-1 Obvious death unquestionable (a through k)

9-Ω-1 Expected death unquestionable (x through z)

Suffixes: a=Cold and stiff in a warm environment, b=Decapitation, c=Decomposition, d=Incineration, e=Non-recent death, f=Injuries obviously incompatible with life, g=Submersion (>6 hours), x=Terminal illness, y=DNR (Do Not Resuscitate) order

Note: Local medical direction may permit additional suffixes for 9-B-1 (designated with letters h through k) and an additional suffix for 9-Ω-1 (designated letter z) specifying indicators determined by the medical director.

Protocol 10: Chest Pain (Non-Traumatic)

10-D-1 Not alert

10-D-2 Difficulty speaking between breaths

10-D-3 Changing color

10-D-4 Clammy

10-C-1 Abnormal breathing

10-C-2 Heart attack or angina history

10-C-3 Cocaine

10-C-4 Breathing normally ≥35 years old

10-A-1 Breathing normally <35 years old

Protocol 11: Choking

11-E-1 Complete obstruction/ineffective breathing

11-D-1 Abnormal breathing (partial obstruction)

11-D-2 Not alert

11-A-1 Not choking now (can talk or cry, is alert and breathing normally)

Protocol 12: Convulsions/Seizures

12-D-1 Not breathing

12-D-2 Continuous or multiple seizures

12-D-3 Agonal/ineffective breathing

12-D-4 Effective breathing not verified, patient ≥35 years old

12-C-1 Focal seizure (not alert)

12-C-2 Pregnancy

12-C-3 Diabetic

12-C-4 Not seizing now and effective breathing verified (>6 years old, confirmed no seizure disorder)

12-C-5 History of stroke or brain tumor

12-C-6 Overdose/poisoning (ingestion)

12-C-7 Atypical seizure

12-B-1 Effective breathing not verified <35 years old

12-A-1 Not seizing now and effective breathing verified (known seizure disorder)

12-A-2 Not seizing now and effective breathing verified (seizure disorder unknown)

12-A-3 Not seizing now and effective breathing verified (≤6 years old, confirmed no seizure disorder)

12-A-4 Focal seizure (alert)

12-A-5 Impending seizure (aura)

Suffixes: E=Epileptic or previous seizure diagnosis

Protocol 13: Diabetic Problems

13-D-1 Unconscious

13-C-1 Not alert

13-C-2 Abnormal behavior

13-C-3 Abnormal breathing

13-A-1 Alert and behaving normally

Suffixes: C=Combative or aggressive

Protocol 14: Drowning (near)/Diving/SCUBA Accident

14-D-1 Unconscious or arrest

14-D-2 Not alert

14-D-3 Diving or suspected neck injury

14-D-4 SCUBA accident

14-C-1 Alert with abnormal breathing

14-B-1 Alert and breathing normally (injuries or in water)

14-B-2 Unknown status/other codes not applicable

14-A-1 Alert and breathing normally (no injuries and out of water)

Protocol 15: Electrocution/Lightning

15-E-1 Not breathing/ineffective breathing

15-D-1 Unconscious

15-D-2 Not disconnected from power

15-D-3 Power not off or hazard present

15-D-4 Extreme fall (≥30 ft/10 m)

15-D-5 Long fall

15-D-6 Not alert

15-D-7 Abnormal breathing

15-D-8 Unknown status/other codes not applicable

15-C-1 Alert and breathing normally

Suffixes: E=Electrocution, L=Lightning

Protocol 16: Eye Problems/Injuries

16-D-1 Not alert

16-B-1 Severe eye injuries

16-A-1 Moderate eye injuries

16-A-2 Minor eye injuries

16-A-3 Medical eye problems

Protocol 17: Falls

17-D-1 Extreme fall (≥30 ft/10 m)

17-D-2 Unconscious or arrest

17-D-3 Not alert

17-D-4 Chest or neck injury (with difficulty breathing)

17-D-5 Long fall

17-B-1 Possibly dangerous body area

17-B-2 Serious hemorrhage

17-B-3 Unknown status/other codes not applicable

17-A-1 Not dangerous body area

17-A-2 Non-recent (≥6 hours) injuries (without priority symptoms)

17-A-3 Public assist (no injuries and no priority symptoms)

Suffixes: G=On the ground or floor, J=Jumper (suicide attempt)

Protocol 18: Headache

18-C-1 Not alert

18-C-2 Abnormal breathing

18-C-3 Speech problems

18-C-4 Sudden onset of severe pain

18-C-5 Numbness

18-C-6 Paralysis

18-C-7 Change in behavior (≤3 hours)

18-B-1 Unknown status/other codes not applicable

18-A-1 Breathing normally

Protocol 19: Heart Problems/AICD

19-D-1 Not alert

19-D-2 Difficulty speaking between breaths

19-D-3 Changing color

19-D-4 Clammy

19-D-5 Just resuscitated and/or defibrillated (external)

19-C-1 Firing of AICD

19-C-2 Abnormal breathing

19-C-3 Chest pain ≥35 years old

19-C-4 Cardiac history

19-C-5 Cocaine

19-C-6 Heart rate <50 bpm or ≥130 bpm (without priority symptoms)

19-C-7 Unknown status/other codes not applicable

19-A-1 Heart rate ≥50 bpm and <130 bpm (without priority symptoms)

19-A-2 Chest pain <35 years old (without priority symptoms)

Protocol 20: Heat/Cold Exposure

20-D-1 Not alert

20-D-2 Multiple victims (with priority symptoms)

20-C-1 Heart attack or angina history

20-B-1 Change in skin color

20-B-2 Unknown status/other codes not applicable

20-A-1 Alert

Suffixes: C=Cold exposure, H=Heat exposure

Protocol 21: Hemorrhage/Laceration

21-D-1 Unconscious or arrest

21-D-2 Not alert

21-D-3 Dangerous hemorrhage

21-D-4 Abnormal breathing

21-C-1 Hemorrhage through tubes

21-C-2 Hemorrhage of dialysis fistula

21-B-1 Possibly dangerous hemorrhage

21-B-2 Serious hemorrhage

21-B-3 Bleeding disorder

21-B-4 Blood thinners

21-A-1 Not dangerous hemorrhage

21-A-2 Minor hemorrhage

Protocol 22: Inaccessible Incident/Other Entrapments (Non-Vehicle)

22-D-1 Mechanical/machinery entrapment

22-D-2 Trench collapse

22-D-3 Structure collapse

22-D-4 Confined space rescue

22-D-5 Inaccessible terrain situation

22-D-6 Mudslide/avalanche

22-B-1 No longer trapped (unknown injuries)

22-B-2 Peripheral entrapment only

22-B-3 Unknown status (investigation)/other codes not applicable

22-A-1 No longer trapped (no injuries)

Suffixes: A=Above ground (≥6 ft/2 m), B=Below ground (≥6 ft/2 m), M=Multiple victims, X=Above ground and multiple victims, Y=Below ground and multiple victims

Protocol 23: Overdose/Poisoning (Ingestion)

23-D-1 Unconscious

23-D-2 Changing color

23-C-1 Not alert

23-C-2 Abnormal breathing

23-C-3 Antidepressants (tricyclic)

23-C-4 Cocaine, methamphetamine (or derivatives)

23-C-5 Narcotics (heroin)

23-C-6 Acid or alkali (lye)

23-C-7 Unknown status/other codes not applicable

23-C-8 Poison Control request for response

23-B-1 Overdose (without priority symptoms)

23-Ω-1 Poisoning (without priority symptoms)

Suffixes: A=Accidental, I=Intentional, V=Violent or combative

Protocol 24: Pregnancy/Childbirth/Miscarriage

24-D-1 Breech or cord

24-D-2 Head visible/out

24-D-3 Imminent delivery (≥5 months/20 weeks)

24-D-4 3rd trimester hemorrhage

24-D-5 High risk complications

24-D-6 Baby born (complications with baby)

24-D-7 Baby born (complications with mother)

24-C-1 2nd trimester hemorrhage or miscarriage

24-C-2 1st trimester serious hemorrhage

24-C-3 Baby born (no complications)

24-B-1 Labor (delivery not imminent, ≥5 months/20 weeks)

24-B-2 Unknown status/other codes not applicable

24-A-1 1st trimester hemorrhage or miscarriage

24-Ω-1 Waters broken (no contractions or presenting parts)

Protocol 25: Psychiatric/Abnormal Behavior/Suicide Attempt

25-D-1 Not alert

25-D-2 Dangerous hemorrhage

25-B-1 Serious hemorrhage

25-B-2 Non-serious or minor hemorrhage

25-B-3 Threatening suicide

25-B-4 Jumper (threatening)

25-B-5 Near hanging, strangulation or suffocation (alert)

25-B-6 Unknown status/other codes not applicable

25-A-1 Non-suicidal and alert

25-A-2 Suicidal (not threatening) and alert

Suffixes: B=Both violent and weapons, V=Violent, W=Weapons

Protocol 26: Sick Person (Specific Diagnosis)

26-D-1 Not alert

26-C-1 Altered level of consciousness

26-C-2 Abnormal breathing

26-C-3 Sickle cell crisis/thalassemia

26-B-1 Unknown status/other codes not applicable

26-A-1 No priority symptoms (complaint conditions 2-11 not identified)

26-A-2 Blood pressure abnormality

26-A-3 Dizziness/vertigo

26-A-4 Fever/chills

26-A-5 General weakness

26-A-6 Nausea

26-A-7 New onset of immobility

26-A-8 Other pain

26-A-9 Transportation only

26-A-10 Unwell/ill

26-A-11 Vomiting

26-Ω-1 CODE NOT IN USE

26-Ω-2 Boils

26-Ω-3 Bumps (non-traumatic)

26-Ω-4 Can't sleep

26-Ω-5 Can't urinate (without abdominal pain)

26-Ω-6 Catheter (in/out without hemorrhaging)

26-Ω-7 Constipation

26-Ω-8 Cramps/spasms/joint pain (in extremities and non-traumatic)

26-Ω-9 Cut-off ring request

26-Ω-10 Deafness

26-Ω-11 Defecation/diarrhea

26-Ω-12 Earache

26-Ω-13 Enema

26-Ω-14 Gout

26-Ω-15 Hemorrhoids/piles

26-Ω-16 Hepatitis

26-Ω-17 Hiccups

26-Ω-18 Itching

26-Ω-19 Nervous

26-Ω-20 Object stuck (nose, ear, vagina, rectum, penis)

26-Ω-21 Object swallowed (without choking or difficulty breathing, can talk)

26-Ω-22 Painful urination

26-Ω-23 Penis problems/pain

26-Ω-24 Rash/skin disorder (without difficulty breathing or swallowing)

26-Ω-25 Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD)

26-Ω-26 Sore throat (without difficulty breathing or swallowing

26-Ω-27 Toothache (without jaw pain)

26-Ω-28 Wound infected (focal or surface)

Protocol 27: Stab/Gunshot/Penetrating Trauma

27-D-1 Unconscious or arrest

27-D-2 Not alert

27-D-3 Central wounds

27-D-4 Multiple wounds

27-D-5 Multiple victims

27-B-1 Non-recent (≥6 hours) single central wound

27-B-2 Known single peripheral wound

27-B-3 Serious hemorrhage

27-B-4 Unknown status/other codes not applicable

27-B-5 Obvious death (explosive GSW to head)

27-A-1 Non-recent (≥6 hours peripheral wounds (without priority symptoms)

Suffixes: G=Gunshot, P=Penetrating trauma, S=Stab, X=Self-inflicted GSW, Y=Self-inflicted stab

Protocol 28: Stroke (CVA)/Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA)

28-C-1 Not alert

28-C-2 Abnormal breathing

28-C-3 Sudden speech problems

28-C-4 Sudden weakness or numbness (one side)

28-C-5 Sudden paralysis or facial droop (one side)

28-C-6 Sudden loss of balance or coordination)

28-C-7 Sudden vision problems

28-C-8 Sudden onset of severe headache

28-C-9 Stroke history

28-C-10 TIA (mini-stroke) history

28-C-11 Breathing normally ≥35 years old

28-C-12 Unknown status/other codes not applicable

28-A-1 Breathing normally <35 years old

Suffixes: C=Partial evidence of stroke (less than _ hours), D=Partial evidence of stroke (greater than _ hours), E=Partial evidence of stroke (unknown time frame), F=Strong evidence of stroke (less than _ hours), G=Greater than _ hours since symptoms started (stroke diagnostic not completed), H=Strong evidence of stroke (greater than _ hours), I=Strong evidence of stroke (unknown time frame), J=Clear evidence of stroke (less than _ hours), K=Clear evidence of stroke (greater than _ hours), L=Less than _ hours since symptom onset (stroke diagnostic not completed), M=Clear evidence of stroke (unknown time frame), U=Unknown when symptoms started (stroke diagnostic not completed), X=No test evidence of stroke (less than _ hours), Y=No test evidence of stroke (greater than _ hours), Z=No test evidence of stroke (unknown time frame)

Note: Local medical direction will determine the time duration indicated in the suffixes.

Protocol 29: Traffic/Transportation Incidents

29-D-1 Major incident (a through f)

29-D-2 High mechanism (k through s)

29-D-3 Hazmat

29-D-4 Pinned (trapped victim)

29-D-5 Not alert

29-B-1 Injuries

29-B-2 Serious hemorrhage

29-B-3 Other hazards

29-B-4 Unknown status/other codes not applicable

29-A-1 1st party caller with injury to not dangerous body area

29-Ω-1 No injuries (confirmed)

Suffixes: A=Multiple patients and additional response required, a=Aircraft, b=Bus, c=Subway/metro, d=Train, e=Watercraft, f=Multi-vehicle (≥10) pile-up, k=All-terrain/snowmobile, l=Auto vs. bicycle/motorcycle, M=Multiple patients, m=Auto vs. pedestrian, n=Ejection, o=Personal watercraft, p=Rollovers, q=Vehicle off bridge/height, r=Possible death at scene, s=Sinking vehicle, U=Unknown number of patients, X=Unknown number of patients and additional response required

Protocol 30: Traumatic Injuries (Specific)

30-D-1 Unconscious or arrest

30-D-2 Not alert

30-D-3 Chest or neck injury (with difficulty breathing)

30-B-1 Possibly dangerous body area

30-B-2 Serious hemorrhage

30-A-1 Not dangerous body area

30-A-2 Non-recent (≥6 hours) injuries (without priority symptoms)

Protocol 31: Unconscious/Fainting (Near)

31-E-1 Ineffective breathing

31-D-1 Unconscious - agonal/ineffective breathing

31-D-2 Unconscious - effective breathing

31-D-3 Not alert

31-D-4 Changing color

31-C-1 Alert with abnormal breathing

31-C-2 Fainting episode(s) and alert ≥35 years old (with cardiac history)

31-C-3 Females 12-50 years old with abdominal pain

31-A-1 Fainting episode(s) and alert ≥35 years old (without cardiac history)

31-A-2 Fainting episode(s) and alert <35 years old (with cardiac history)

31-A-3 Fainting episode(s) and alert <35 years old (without cardiac history)

Protocol 32: Unknown Problem (Man Down)

32-D-1 Life status questionable

32-B-1 Standing, sitting, moving or talking

32-B-2 Medical alarm (alert) notifications (no patient information)

32-B-3 Unknown status/other codes not applicable

32-B-4 Caller's language not understood (no interpreter in center)

Protocol 33: Transfer/Interfacility/Palliative Care

33-D-1 Suspected cardiac or respiratory arrest

33-D-2 Just resuscitated and/or defibrillated (external)

33-C-1 Not alert (acute change)

33-C-2 Abnormal breathing (acute onset)

33-C-3 Significant hemorrhage or shock

33-C-4 Possible acute heart problems or MI (heart attack)

33-C-5 Acute severe pain

33-C-6 Emergency response requested

33-A-1 Acuity I (no priority symptoms)

33-A-2 Acuity II (no priority symptoms)

33-A-3 Acuity III (no priority symptoms)

Suffixes: P=Palliative care, T=Transfer/interfacility

Fire

Protocol 51: Aircraft Emergency

51-D-1 Aircraft crash on land (Alert III)

51-D-2 Aircraft crash involving structure (Alert III)

51-D-3 Aircraft fire/recovery on ground (Alert III)

51-D-4 Coastal water aircraft emergency

51-D-5 Inland water aircraft emergency

51-D-6 Oceanic water aircraft emergency

51-C-1 Aircraft incoming - full emergency (Alert II)

51-C-2 Aircraft incoming - minor emergency (Alert II)

51-B-1 Unknown situation (investigation)

51-A-1 Stand by

51-Ω-1 Airborne aircraft

Suffixes: L=Large aircraft, M=Military aircraft, S=Small aircraft, U=Unknown

Protocol 52: Alarms

Protocol 53: Citizen Assist/Service Call

Protocol 54: Confined Space/Structure Collapse

Protocol 55: Electrical Hazard

Protocol 56: Elevator/Escalator Rescue

Protocol 57: Explosion

Protocol 58: Extrication/Entrapped (Machinery, Vehicle)

Protocol 59: Fuel Spill

Protocol 60: Gas Leak/Gas Odor (Natural and LP Gases)

Protocol 61: HAZMAT

Protocol 62: High Angle Rescue

Protocol 63: Lightning Strike (Investigation)

Protocol 64: Marine Fire

Protocol 65: Mutual Aid/Assist Outside Agency

Protocol 66: Odor (Strange/Unknown)

Protocol 67: Outside Fire

Protocol 68: Smoke Investigation (Outside)

Protocol 69: Structure Fire

Protocol 70: Train and Rail Collision/Derailment

Protocol 71: Vehicle Fire

Protocol 72: Water Rescue

Protocol 73: Watercraft in Distress

Protocol 74: Suspicious Package

Protocol 75: Train and Rail Fire