Kaplan EMT-Basic Exam

Kaplan EMT-Basic Exam

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by Richard Lapierre
     
 

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Completely revised and updated, and aligned to the National Review of EMT’s test plan, including NREMT exam-style questions.
 
Emergency response careers are on the rise. States and municipalities are creating professional, full-time, paid EMT positions and moving away from volunteer crews. With greater state-specific EMT certification…  See more details below

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Completely revised and updated, and aligned to the National Review of EMT’s test plan, including NREMT exam-style questions.
 
Emergency response careers are on the rise. States and municipalities are creating professional, full-time, paid EMT positions and moving away from volunteer crews. With greater state-specific EMT certification requirements, demand for EMT test preparation is increasing. Kaplan EMT-Basic Exam provides test-takers with the best review and test-taking strategies for this complex exam, as well as a full-length practice test for self-evaluation.
 
This revised edition features:

  • New questions aligned to current national test specs
  • Overview of the EMT-Basic Exam
  • Concise review of the material tested on the exam, including: Anatomy and Physiology, Vital Signs, Patient Assessment, Medical Emergencies, Trauma Emergencies, Infants and Children, Operations, and Legal and Ethical Issues
  • Practice sets with detailed answer explanations in each chapter
  • One full-length practice test with detailed answer explanations
  • Illustrations and photos of on-the-job scenarios to aid in retention

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781419550225
Publisher:
Kaplan Publishing
Publication date:
02/01/2011
Series:
Kaplan Test Prep Series
Edition description:
4th Edition
Pages:
264
Sales rank:
119,767
Product dimensions:
8.30(w) x 10.70(h) x 0.70(d)

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TOC, Chapter 1

Meet the Author

Richard J. Lapierre, MA, EMT-Cardiac, is the retired Director of Emergency Medical Services for Brown University where he taught Emergency Medical Technician courses at both the basic and advanced levels in collaboration with the Brown Medical School. He is a licensed Emergency Medical Technician, Cardiac, and EMS Instructor/Coordinator for the state of Rhode Island. He is also a retired Deputy Fire Chief from the Oakland-Mapleville (RI) Fire Department, where he still volunteers as a retired member and works as an emergency telecommunicator for the Burrillville (RI) Police Department, where he also serves as chaplain and one of the SRT Medics.

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