SUCCESS! for the EMT-Intermediate: 1999 Curriculum / Edition 1

SUCCESS! for the EMT-Intermediate: 1999 Curriculum / Edition 1

by Joseph J. Mistovich, Richard A. Cherry
     
 

ISBN-10: 013118427X

ISBN-13: 9780131184275

Pub. Date: 06/23/2005

Publisher: Prentice Hall

This is THE book to help students pass their National Registry and other state certification exams. Approximately 1900 questions offer proven and authoritative information developed from the U.S. DOT 1999 National Standard Curriculum. All items are written and tested by educators, offering a blend of comprehensive practice exam questions with

Overview

This is THE book to help students pass their National Registry and other state certification exams. Approximately 1900 questions offer proven and authoritative information developed from the U.S. DOT 1999 National Standard Curriculum. All items are written and tested by educators, offering a blend of comprehensive practice exam questions with rationales for every test answer and page references to Brady’s Intermediate Emergency Care textbook for supporting information. This book will help all users achieve SUCCESS! on their exam. EMT-Basic level emergency responders preparing for the EMT-Intermediate certification exam as well as EMT-Intermediate level responders preparing for re-certification.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780131184275
Publisher:
Prentice Hall
Publication date:
06/23/2005
Series:
Prentice Hall SUCCESS! Series
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
512
Product dimensions:
7.97(w) x 9.98(h) x 1.06(d)

Table of Contents

Module 1, Unit 1: Foundations of the EMT-Intermediate

Module 1, Unit 2: Overview of Human Systems

Module 1, Unit 3: Emergency Pharmacology

Module 1, Unit 4: Venous Access and Medication Administration

Module 2, Unit 1: Airway Management and Ventilation

Module 3, Unit 1: History Taking

Module 3, Unit 2: Techniques of Physical Examination

Module 3, Unit 3: Patient Assessment

Module 3, Unit 4: Clinical Decision Making

Module 3, Unit 5: Communications

Module 3, Unit 6: Documentation

Module 4, Unit 1-A Trauma and Trauma Systems

Module 4, Unit 1-B: Mechanism of Injury

Module 4, Unit 2: Hemorrhage and Shock

Module 4, Unit 3: Burns

Module 4, Unit 4: Thoracic Trauma

Module 4, Unit 5-A: Head, Face, Neck, Spine, Extremity, and Abdominal Trauma

Module 4, Unit 5-B: Shock and Trauma Management

Module 5, Unit 1: Respiratory Emergencies

Module 5, Unit 2: Cardiovascular Emergencies

Module 5, Unit 3: Diabetic Emergencies

Module 5, Unit 4: Allergic Reactions

Module 5, Unit 5: Poisoning/Overdose Emergencies

Module 5, Unit 6: Neurological Emergencies

Module 5, Unit 7: Nontraumatic Abdominal Emergencies

Module 5, Unit 8: Environmental Emergencies

Module 5, Unit 9: Gynecological Emergencies

Module 6, Unit 1: Obstetrical Resuscitation

Module 6, Unit 2: Neonatal Resuscitation

Module 6, Unit 3: Pediatrics

Module 6, Unit 4: Geriatrics

Module 7, Unit 1: Assessment-Based Management

Appendix: DOT Objectives

Index

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