In this course, you will develop the knowledge and skills to assess and stabilize certain types of patients for transport. By the end of this course, you will be able to: 1) assess a basic medical patient 2) describe general pharmacologic principles and the skills associated with medication administration, 3) explain airway physiology, the assessment of the airway and available interventions for airway management, 4) identify, assess and formulate a plan to stabilize a patient with a respiratory emergency for transport, and 5) identify, assess and formulate a plan to stabilize a patient with a cardiovascular emergency for transport. 6) describe the most common neurologic and endocrine emergencies and what you can do for them as an EMT.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM MEDICAL EMERGENCIES: AIRWAY, BREATHING, AND CIRCULATION
It was very helpful and beneficial with easy way in presenting the information.
thank you all, and special thanks to Elli Smith I have a crush on you :D
Is very important that anyone who wants to take this opportunity please leann about it first so you will have a better understanding, i enjoy heping others
Excellent course, great teachers, and very good explanations. I was able to better understand some concepts that were elusive to me so far.
A few things missing here and there but very skilled and knowledgeable instructors with great information on lots of emergency medicine material for aspiring EMTs!
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