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CAV: No evidence that seeing needle caused EMT to faint (access required)

The Commission erred in concluding that an EMT, who had previously felt light-headed but never fainted when seeing large needle injections, showed that his loss of consciousness was caused by observing a spinal injection. Background On July 1, 2016, Appellee Zachary Foster, an emergency room paramedic at Appellant Lynchburg General Hospital, assisted a physician with a lumbar ...