Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT)
Course Number: 30531303
30-531-303 ADVANCED EMT...preparatory aspects, clinical decision-making, basic pharmacology, intravenous therapy, cardiovascular cases, diabetic, narcotic overdose, pediatrics, terrorism response and clinical skill competencies of Advanced EMT level care. (Prerequisites: Apply to AEMT program, currently licensed as a Wisconsin EMT and AEMT Viewpoint account requirements completed).
Course Typically Offered
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- M1-1. Demonstrate proper wellness/safety procedures, patient transfer and medical legal considerations as an AEMT
- M1-2. Relate anatomy-physiology and patho-physiology to the profession of an AEMT
- M2-1. Demonstrate the concepts related to the principles of pharmacology
- M2-2. Demonstrate safe administration of AEMT medications
- M2-3. Apply the principles of emergency medicine pharmacology as related to the AEMT
- M3-1. Demonstrate thorough primary and secondary patient assessments.
- M3-2. Demonstrate history-taking as a part of a thorough patient assessment
- M3-3. Distinguish among the anatomical, physical, cognitive and emotional differences of pediatric and adult patients
- M3-4. Examine the physiological and psychosocial characteristics associated with various stages of life.
- M4-1. Investigate the respiratory process and anatomy of the airway
- M4-2. Demonstrate the proper basic and advanced airway management
- M5-1. Demonstrate a correct medical assessment.
- M5-2. Examine the assessment findings, pathophysiology and treatment for patients with variety of medical emergencies
- M6-1. Classify the different types of shock
- M6-2. Demonstrate the management of a patient in a state of shock.
- M7-1. Demonstrate a correct trauma assessment
- M7-2. Apply treatment principles for patients with soft tissue, orthopedic, nervous system, and head and spine trauma injury
- M7-3. Manage a patient with environmental emergencies
- M8-1. Demonstrate the management of a patient with an obstetrical emergency including child birth
- M8-2. Apply assessment and treatment principles for a variety of emergencies for pediatric and geriatric patients
- M8-3. Simulate assessment and treatment considerations for a patient with special challenges
- M9-1. Outline principles of safe ground and air ambulance operations
- M9-2. Apply principles of incident management
- M9-3. Determine appropriate procedures related to motor vehicle extrication
- M9-4. Identify potential Weapons of Mass Destruction incidents and their management