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EMS Care Chapter-102 | We Don’t Do That Anymore

We Don’t Do That Anymore – Lessons

We begin EMS Care Chapter 102 | We Don’t Do That Anymore with an introduction to the subject. We subsequently explore in-depth:

  • Lesson 1:  State of pre-hospital trauma Care in the 1980s
  • Lesson 2:  Military Anti-Shock Trousers
  • Lesson 3:  Trendelenburg Position
  • Lesson 4: Nasal Airway Adjuncts
  • Lesson 5:  Patient Extrication with KED
  • Lesson 6: Backboards
  • Lesson 7: Fluid Management
  • Lesson 8: Changes since 2016

Core Concepts & Takeaways

  • The Evolution of EMS over the years
  • Why things have changed
  • What’s new and why

Important Notes:

  • If you only want to take the online course for CME credit, you can pay here.  The fee for online-only does NOT include a skills session nor (re)certification.  You will receive a certificate for one CME credit after successful completion of the course.
  • This course is part of the EMT Recertification  curriculum and the Initial EMT Course.  If you sign up for one of those courses, you will be automatically enrolled in this course. Click here for scheduled courses.
  • To get credit for this course, you must watch all the lessons in their entirety, the course review, and pass the quiz at the end with a score of 75% or better.

Course Curriculum

EMS Care Chapter 102 | We Don’t Do That Anymore

  • Lesson 0 – Chapter Introduction
    01:37
  • Lesson 1 – State of Pre-Hospital Trauma Care In The 1980s
    04:52
  • Lesson 2 – Military Anti-Shock Trousers
    03:02
  • Lesson 3 – Trendelenburg Position
    02:01
  • Lesson 4 – Nasal Airway Adjuncts
    01:54
  • Lesson 5 – Patient Extrication With KED
    02:08
  • Lesson 6 – Backboards
    01:29
  • Lesson 7 – Fluid Management
    01:15
  • Lesson 8 – Changes Since 2017
    02:43
  • Lesson 9 – Chapter Review
    08:10
  • We don’t do that anymore
$32.50
Course Duration: 29m

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