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Medic vs. Paramedic

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Medicadjective

Of or pertaining to medicines; medical.

Paramedicnoun

An individual trained to medically stabilize people through various interventions, victims of trauma or medical events outside of a hospital setting and preparing them for transport to a medical facility.

Medicnoun

A doctor.

Paramedicnoun

(US) An individual who is licensed at the state or national level to practice medical interventions in an emergency pre-hospital setting.

Medicnoun

A paramedic, someone with special training in first aid, especially in the military.

Paramedicnoun

a person trained to assist medical professionals and to give emergency medical treatment

Medicnoun

A medical student.

Paramedic

A paramedic is a health care professional whose primary role is to provide advanced emergency medical care for critical and emergent patients who access the emergency medical system. Not all ambulance personnel are paramedics.

Medicnoun

A leguminous plant of the genus Medicago. The black medic is the Medicago lupulina; the purple medic, or lucern, is Medicago sativa.

Medicnoun

A person who serves to provide medical care.

Medicnoun

A member of the medical corps in the military.

Medicnoun

A medical doctor.

Medicnoun

A medical student.

Medicadjective

Medical.

Medicnoun

any of several Old World herbs of the genus Medicago having small flowers and trifoliate compound leaves

Medicnoun

a medical practitioner in the armed forces

Medic

A medic is a person involved in medicine such as a medical doctor, medical student, paramedic or an emergency medical responder. Among physicians in the UK, the term indicates someone who has followed a career path in postgraduate professional training accredited by a College of Physicians, such as cardiology or endocrinology, in contrast to a surgical branch of specialisation accredited by a College of Surgeons.

‘medic’; ‘medical’;

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