EMT Refresher Class: Section C - Trauma Assessment and Management
Jun 2, 2019 | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
731 Alexander Road
Student shall correctly determine when and how to perform pediatric immobilization (commercial device, in car seat–intact and compromised)
Student shall properly perform:
- Securing a trauma patient via standing backboard, using C-collar, spider straps, quick clips, cravats
- Helmet removal
- Securing, lifting and moving the adult and special population geriatric patient
Student shall perform the correct management technique for:
- Closed soft tissue injury (RICES), open soft tissue injury, open chest wound, open abdominal wound, impaled object, burns, tourniquets
- Stabilizing injuries using rigid splints, air splint, vacuum splint, traction splint, MAST
Student shall perform the correct technique and verbalize the correct indications for:
Scenario Skills Evaluation
- Spinal immobilization using a vest-style device and C-collar
- Rapid extrication
- One shall be a pediatric patient and one shall be an adult patient
- Team of two or three EMTs
- Proper equipment and realistic scenario describing the circumstances of the patient’s injuries
- Properly perform a complete patient assessment, including vital signs and HPI, to critically decide on appropriate patient management using O2 administration (proper device), airway adjuncts, splinting, bandaging and movement from a carrying device (i.e., stair chair, flexible stretcher, long board, vest-type device, scoop-style stretcher, etc.) to securing on a stretcher, and properly loading the patient into the ambulance.
Must include EMT# and full date of birth. Please provide the names of all attendees.
Registration for this event is currently full.