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EMT Refresher Class

Section B - Medical Assessment and Management

Session Dates
Nov 25, 2012  |  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Event Type: For EMTs
University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro
Education Room
1 Plainsboro Road
Plainsboro

COMPETENCIES

Station 1
Student can identify proper application of:

  • CPR for adult, pediatric and infant patients in accordance with the 2010 AHA Emergency Cardiovascular Care guidelines
  • CPR using a mechanical CPR device in accordance with manufacturer’s guidelines

Station 2 
Student can identify proper application and use of:

  • Patient-assisted medications (nitro, epi-auto injector, meter dose inhaler, aspirin, glucose)
  • A medical patient assessment

Station 3
Student shall appropriately demonstrate assisting with:

  • Abnormal cephalic delivery and a complicated delivery
  • Post-delivery care

Scenario Skills Evaluation

  • One shall be a pediatric patient and one shall be an adult patient • Team of two or three EMTs • Proper equipment and realistic scenario describing the circumstances of the patient’s illness
  • Properly perform a complete patient assessment, including vital signs and HPI, to critically decide on appropriate patient management using oxygen administration, airway adjuncts and patient prescribed medication
  • CPR
  • Properly and safely transfer a patient to a carrying device (i.e., stair chair, flexible stretcher, blanket, etc.), then to a stretcher, and finally loaded and secured within the ambulance
Cost: $40.00
Please provide the names of all attendees.
$40 per person

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