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    SUNY Broome Community College
  Jan 24, 2018
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PMD 213 - Advanced Prehospital Trauma Care

This third course in an Emergency Medical Technician's progression to Critical Care Technician or Paramedic covers more in-depth preparatory concepts including the history of EMS and Injury & Illness prevention strategies.  The course also includes the operational topics of Ambulance Operations and Crime Scene awareness.  The majority of this course is devoted to a foundational discussion of trauma pathophysiology and advanced trauma treatment modalities including hypoperfusion, head, face, neck, thoracic, abdominal and burn trauma.

Prerequisite- Corequisite

  • Successful completion of PMD 212 or permission of the instructor
  • A currently valid New York State EMT certificate including field experience
  • Successful completio of BIO 131 and BIO 132.  BIO 131 or BIO 132 may be taken concurrently

Credits: 3
3 Class hours; 1.5 Laboratory hours; 2 Clinical hours
Course Profile
Learning Outcomes of the course:

Upon successful completion of this course, following classroom didactic, affective and psychomotor education along with the completion of clinical time each student will be able to:

1.  Restate primary injury prevention strategies as an effective way to reduce death, disabilites and health care costs.
2.  Analyze human hazards at a crime scene and from a potentially violent patient.
3.  Describe safe and minimally intrusive operations at crime scenes.
4.  Safely manage a patient who is he victim of a sexual assault recognizing the patient's physical and emotional needs along with the preservation of the crime scene evidence.
5.  Consistently demonstrate safe ambulance operation.
6.  Consistently demonstrate simple triage and rapid transport principles at a mass casualty incident.
7.  Integrate principles of injury kinematics to enhance patient assessment and predict the likelihood of injuries.
8.  Synthesize pathophysiological principles with basic and advanced assessment findings to articulate a field impression, and subsequently develop and implement a treatment plan for:
          a.  Shock (hypoperfusion)
          b.  Hermorrhage
          c.  Suspected or obvious head injury
          d.  Face injury
          e.  Suspected or obvious neck injury
          f.   Suspected or obvious spinal injury
          g.  Thoracic injury
          h.  Suspected or obvious abdominal injury
          i.   Burn injury

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