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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Emergency Care: Pregnancy, Infants, and Children by University of Colorado System

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About the Course

Welcome to the final course of lectures in your quest to master EMT basics. In this course, we will cover some of the highest-stress patient populations: pregnant patients and kids, also known as pediatrics. To wrap up your EMT knowledge we will end this course with information about hazmat situations, extricating patients from tight spots and finally how you write a note about your patient care. You will learn to ensure it communicates what your assessment of the patient was, what interventions you performed and why you did them. You will build on your knowledge of anatomy, patient assessment and scene safety to develop an approach to these new patient populations. We will walk through the things that make pregnant patients and pediatric patients different but also what makes them the same as all the patients you care for. Prepare yourself for some noisy kids, some uncomfortable moms and hopefully a lot of fun learning new things....

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By Duru C O

Nov 04, 2019

Its a wonderful experience that coming up to this level in this course. I have really learnt a lot. It has not actually been easy. But it is an experience that worths having. I am getting it completed soon. I am excited.


Nov 01, 2019

This has been an amazing learning, i would like to thank all the tutors.

By Kyaw Z H

Apr 01, 2019

The whole course is beautiful


Sep 18, 2019

Superb material.

By Josue D S C

Jun 20, 2019



Dec 08, 2019

I have learned a lot but it is not dedicated for Children and Pregnant women and that is a minor flaw