After really looking around on the web, my question about EMT-basics in Georgia according to the web site http://www.nwgaems.org/info/career.html#employment states:
The EMT-Basic represents the first component of the emergency medical technician system. An EMT-B is trained to care for patients on accident scenes, but in Georgia he or she cannot transport a patient. The EMT-B has the emergency skills to assess a patient’s condition and manage respiratory, cardiac, and trauma emergencies.
The EMT-Intermediate has more advanced training that allows administration of intravenous fluids, use of automated defibrillators to give lifesaving shocks to a stopped heart, and use of basic airway techniques and equipment to assist patients experiencing respiratory distress.
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