This course presents the objectives contained in Modules IV and V of the 1998 U.S. Department of Transportation National Standard Curriculum for the EMT-Paramedic. This course stresses theory and procedures used by a comprehensive emergency medical system in advanced pre-hospital care of the emergency patient. The laboratory will focus on cardiovascular, respiratory and traumatic emergencies, enabling students to practice the associated treatment modalities. Topics studied include the following treatment of medical emergencies: cardiology, pulmonary, neurology, endocrinology, allergies, gastroenterology, renal, toxicology, hematology, environmental conditions, communicable diseases, gynecology, obstetrics and psychiatric emergencies. The following trauma emergency treatments include burns, spinal, thoracic, abdominal, musculoskeletal, head, facial, soft tissue hemorrhage and shock. Course must be completed with a grade of "C" (80 percent grade average) or higher to continue in the Paramedic program. This course may be repeated one time. Permission of EMS program manager is required. This course is offered in the Spring and Summer terms. Lab fee required.
Prerequisites: EMS 2603 and EMS 2603L and EMS 2666 with grades of "C" or higher. Corequisites: EMS 2604 and EMS 2667 and EMS 2647.
Terms Offered: Spring, Summer
Courses Offered For Summer 2013
|Term||Class||Delivery Method||Campus||Room||Status||Start Date||End Date||Professor||Start Time||End Time||Days||Book||Sylb.|
|FT||41307||Laboratory||SLM||SLMPS0130||Open||05/08||08/06||Nater||9:00 a.m.||5:00 p.m.||T|
|FT||41307||Laboratory||SLM||SLMPS0130||Open||05/08||08/06||Clarke||9:00 a.m.||5:00 p.m.||T|
|FT||41307||Laboratory||SLM||SLMPS0130||Open||05/08||08/06||Cadorette||9:00 a.m.||5:00 p.m.||T|
|FT||41307||Laboratory||SLM||SLMPS0130||Open||05/08||08/06||Bowen||9:00 a.m.||5:00 p.m.||T|
|FT||41307||Laboratory||SLM||SLMPS0130||Open||05/08||08/06||Castlen||9:00 a.m.||5:00 p.m.||T|
Textbook information will be available online for each term's courses 45 days prior to the first day of classes for the term.
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