Aug 10, 2022  
Course/Program Inventory 
    
Course/Program Inventory

EMSA 1202 - Advanced EMT Trauma and Medical Skills Lab



Credit hours: 2 (60 contact hours)

Continuing Education Units (CEUs): EMSA 1201 - Advanced EMT Medical Skills Lab  

EMSA 1502 - Advanced EMT Trauma and Medical Emergencies  

EMSA 1112 - Advanced EMT Field Internship   depending on delivery schedule.

Course Description:
The Advanced EMT Trauma and Medical Skills Lab is one of two laboratory based courses intended to focus the student on developing skills related to theory presented in didactic classes taken as co-requisites for this course.  This laboratory experience will utilize scenarios to emphasize airway maintenance, medication administration, and successfully assessing patients with a variety of medical concerns.

The skills presented in EMSA 1201 and EMSA 1202 may be taught in a coterminous format or in a two-semester format.

Student Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will demonstrate knowledge of:

  1. Student will safely and effectively perform the psychomotor skills relative to age-related management of a patient with an acute or chronic pulmonary and cardiovascular emergency.
  2. Student will safely and effectively perform the psychomotor skills relative to age-related management of a patient with an acute or chronic neurologic emergency.
  3. Student will safely and effectively perform the psychomotor skills relative to age-related management of a patient with an acute or chronic gastroenterology emergency.
  4. Student will safely and effectively perform the psychomotor skills relative to age-related management of a patient with an acute or chronic hematological emergency.
  5. Student will safely and effectively perform the psychomotor skills relative to age-related management of a patient with an acute or chronic gynecological and obstetrical emergency.
  6. Student will safely and effectively perform the psychomotor skills relative to age-related management of a patient with an acute or chronic pediatric emergency.
  7. Student will safely and effectively perform the psychomotor skills relative to age-related management of a patient with an acute or chronic traumatic and non-traumatic emergency disorders.