Tuesday, June 14, 2011


An emergency is a situation that poses an immediate risk to healthlifeproperty orenvironment.[1] Most emergencies require urgent intervention to prevent a worsening of the situation, although in some situations, mitigation may not be possible and agencies may only be able to offer palliative care for the aftermath.

EMT Presentations

1st Interim

Introduction to Emergency CareMgmt of Airway/BreathingNitroglycerin
Legal/Ethical AspectsCirculatory SystemWell Being of the EMT
The Human BodyCardiovascular EmergenciesCommunications
Patient AssessmentPharmacologyRecords and Reports
Vital SignsAspirinAED
Respiratory System

2nd Interim

Intro to TraumaMusculoskeletal SystemPediatric Trauma
Kinematics and MechanismHead and Spine TraumaGeriatric Trauma
Initial Trauma AssessmentThoracic TraumaPatients Under the Influence
Bleeding and ShockAbdominal/GU TraumaTrauma Patient Assessment
P.A.S.G.Eye, Face & Neck TraumaTrauma Scoring
Soft Tissue InjuriesBurnsMulti System Trauma

Trauma in Pregnancy

3rd Interim

PharmacologyOral GlucoseBites & Stings
DyspneaComa, Seizure, & StrokeHeat and Cold Exposure
BronchodilatorsAcute AbdomenDrowning & Diving Emergencies
DiabetesPoison/OverdoseCommunicable Disease

Fourth Interim

Psychiatric Emergencies
Geriatric Emergencies

Fifth Interim

Ambulance OperationsExtrication and Rescue
Aeromedical OperationsMajor Incident Response
Crime Scene Operations

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