Emergency Medical Technology - CCL
+ indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.
|+||CRE101||College Critical Reading (3)|
|+||ENG101||First-Year Composition (3) OR|
|+||ENG107||First-Year Composition for ESL (3)||6|
|+||CRE111||Critical Reading for Business and Industry (3) OR|
|Equivalent as indicated by assessment||0-6|
|EMT/HLR101||Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation/Basic Cardiac Life Support (0.5) OR||class="empty">|
|Basic Life Support (BLS) Health Care Provider/Professional Rescuer||0-0.5|
|+||EMT/FSC104||Basic Emergency Medical Technology||9|
- Describe the role and scope of duties of the Basic Emergency Medical Technician. (EMT/FSC104)
- Describe the medical/legal aspects of Basic Emergency Medical Technology. (EMT/FSC104)
- Perform a Primary Survey of a patient. (EMT/FSC104)
- Perform a Secondary Survey, including vital signs. (EMT/FSC104)
- Identify the Primary Survey, Secondary Survey, and vital sign findings that indicate emergency in any of the following general categories: medical, environmental, obstetrical, traumatic, surgical. (EMT/FSC104)
- Identify and care for a patient with cardiopulmonary arrest. (EMT/FSC104)
- Use mechanical aids to aid breathing and circulation. (EMT/FSC104)
- Identify and treat a patient in shock, including use of the MAST (medical anti shock trouser) suit. (EMT/FSC104)
- Identify and treat soft tissue injuries including bleeding, wounds, injuries to the eyes, ears, nose, face, and genitalia. (EMT/FSC104)
- Stabilize and splint muscular skeletal injuries. (EMT/FSC104)
- Identify and treat injuries to the head and neck. (EMT/FSC104)
- Identify and treat injuries to the abdomen and chest. (EMT/FSC104)
- Identify and treat a patient with a toxicological emergency. (EMT/FSC104)
- Identify and treat behavioral emergencies. (EMT/FSC104)
- Identify and treat environmental emergencies including exposure to extremes in environment: heat, cold, drowning, and burns. (EMT/FSC104)
- Identify and treat diabetic emergencies. (EMT/FSC104)
- Identify and treat obstetrical emergencies. (EMT/FSC104)
- Perform techniques used in lifting, moving, positioning, or extricating patients to minimize discomfort and prevent additional injury. (EMT/FSC104)
- Perform one- or two-person cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for adult, pediatric, and neonate victims according to the standards of the American Heart Association. (EMT/FSC104)
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