EMSE 151L Advanced Emergency Medical Technician Lab*

This course is a lecture study of the National EMS Education Standards for the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician including: Preparatory, Pharmacology, Assessment, Airway, shock and Resuscitation, Medical Emergencies, Trauma, Special Patient Population and EMS Operations. Upon completion of the program, students with a final score of 75% or higher in EMSE 151, 151L and 151C will be approved to take the National Registry of EMT’s Certification Examination (students who wish to take the exam must pay NREMT’s testing fees).

Credits

3 credits

EMSE 151LAdvanced Emergency Medical Technician Lab*

Please note: This is not a course syllabus. A course syllabus is unique to a particular section of a course by instructor. This curriculum guide provides general information about a course.

I. General Information

Department

Health Science and Human Services Technical

II. Course Specification

Course Type

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Credit Hours Narrative

3 credits

Semester Contact Hours Lecture

0

Semester Contact Hours Lab

90

Semester Contact Hours Clinical

0

Corequisite Narrative

EMSE 151, EMSE 151C, SAFE 110, SAFE 120, SAFE 130.

Repeatable

No

III. Catalog Course Description

This course is a lecture study of the National EMS Education Standards for the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician including: Preparatory, Pharmacology, Assessment, Airway, shock and Resuscitation, Medical Emergencies, Trauma, Special Patient Population and EMS Operations. Upon completion of the program, students with a final score of 75% or higher in EMSE 151, 151L and 151C will be approved to take the National Registry of EMT’s Certification Examination (students who wish to take the exam must pay NREMT’s testing fees).

IV. Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, a student will be able to:

V. Topical Outline (Course Content)

Unit 1-1 EMS Systems

Unit 1-2 Research

Unit 1-3 Workforce Safety and Wellness

Unit 1-3 Documentation

Unit 1-4 EMS System Communication

Unit 1-6 Therapeutic Communication

Unit 1-7 Medical/Legal and Ethics

Unit 2-1 Anatomy and Physiology

Unit 3-1 Medical Terminology

Unit 4-1 Pathophysiology

Unit 5-1 Life Span Development

Unit 6-1 Public Health

Unit 7-1 Principles of Pharmacology

Unit 7-2 Medication Administration

Unit 7-3 Emergency Medications

Unit 8-1 Airway Management

Unit 8-2 Respiration

Unit 8-3 Artificial Ventilation

Unit 9-1 Scene Size-Up

Unit 9-2 Primary Assessment

Unit 9-3 History Taking

Unit 9-4 Secondary Assessment

Unit 9-5 Monitoring Devices

Unit 9-6 Reassessment

Unit 10-1 Medical Overview

Unit 10-2 Neurology

Unit 10-3 Abdominal and Gastrointestinal Disorders

Unit 10-4 Immunology

Unit 10-5 Infectious Disease

Unit 10-6 Endocrine Disorders

Unit 10-7 Psychiatric

Unit 10-8 Cardiovascular

Unit 10-9 Toxicology

Unit 10-10 Respiratory

Unit 10-11 Hematology

Unit 10-12 Genitourinary/Renal

Unit 10-13 Gynecology

Unit 10-14 Non-Traumatic Musculoskeletal Disorders

Unit 10-15 Diseases of the Eyes, Ears, Nose, and Throat

Unit 11-1 Shock and Resuscitation

Unit 12-1 Trauma Overview

Unit 12-2 Bleeding

Unit 12-3 Chest Trauma

Unit 12-4 Abdominal and Genitourinary Trauma

Unit 12-5 Orthopedic Trauma

Unit 12-6 Soft Tissue Trauma

Unit 12-7 Head, Facial, Neck, and Spine Trauma

Unit 12-8 Nervous System Trauma

Unit 12-9 Special Considerations in Trauma

Unit 12-10 Environmental Emergencies

Unit 12-1 Multiple-System Trauma

Unit 13-1 Obstetrics

Unit 13-2 Neonatal care

Unit 13-3 Pediatrics

Unit 13-4 Geriatrics

Unit 13-5 Patients with Special Challenges

Unit 14-1 Incident Management

Unit 14-2 Air Medical

Unit 14-3 Vehicle Extrication

VI. Delivery Methodologies

Assessment Strategy Narrative

Quizzes, lab practicals, exams, skill checkoffs

Specific Course Activity Assignment or Assessment Requirements

CSI final exam.