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  Jan 16, 2018
 
 
    
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PMD 214 - Advanced Prehospital Care of Medical Emergencies


This fourth course in an Emergency Medical Technician's progression to Critical Care Technician or Paramedic is an introduction to various medical pathophysiology and advanced medical treatment modalities for neurologic, endocrinologic, toxicologic, environmental, allergy & anaphylaxis and behavioral medical patients.

Prerequisite- Corequisite
Prerequisites:

  • Successful completion of PMD 213 or permission of the instructor
  • A currently valid New York State EMT certificate including required field experience
  • Successful completion of BIO 131 and BIO 132.  BIO 131 or BIO 132 may be taken concurrently


Credits: 3
Hours
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.  Synthesize pathophysiological principles with basic and advanced assessment findings to articulate a field impression, and subsequently develop and implement a treatment plan for the patient with:
          a.  A seizure
          b.  A cerebral vascular accident
          c.  A transient ischemic attack
          d.  A diabetic emergency
          e.  An acute coronary syndrome of various etiologies
          f.  A neurological problem
          g.  An endocrine problem
          h.  A toxic substance exposure
           i.  An environmentally induced or exacerbated medical condition
           j.  An allergic reaction
          k.  An anaphylactic reaction
2.  Consistently demonstrate safe, empathetic competence in caring for patients with behavioral emergencies.



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