JFK is taken to Trauma Room #1 while John Connally is taken to Trauma Room #2.
They are concerned with the "ABCs" of emergency medicine: clear the airway, maintain blood pressure, & control bleeding.
The Governor's condition while bad, was far better, & he was quickly taken to surgery where he would recover.
Secret Service Agent Kellerman held a card in his hand taken from JFK's wallet.
To accomplish this, they perform a "tracheotomy", a surgically created opening in neck leading directly to the trachea or windpipe*.
*Before this procedure was done, the doctors have already seen what they later described as a small round opening in throat.