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


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

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

The Core Concepts and takeaways from this chapter cover:

  • 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 CME credit after successful completion of the course.
  • This course is part of the EMT Recertification Day 3 curriculum and the New 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.

Topics for this course

10 Lessons29m 11s

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

Lesson 0 – Chapter Introduction00:01:37
Lesson 1 – State of Pre-Hospital Trauma Care In The 1980s00:04:52
Lesson 2 – Military Anti-Shock Trousers00:03:02
Lesson 3 – Trendelenburg Position00:02:01
Lesson 4 – Nasal Airway Adjuncts00:01:54
Lesson 5 – Patient Extrication With KED00:02:08
Lesson 6 – Backboards00:01:29
Lesson 7 – Fluid Management00:01:15
Lesson 8 – Changes Since 201700:02:43
Lesson 9 – Chapter Review00:08:10
We don’t do that anymore
EMS Care Chapter 102 | We Don’t Do That Anymore

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