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EMP 189: Applied Anatomy and Physiology for the Paramedic
Prerequisite: Admission to the EMT-Paramedic Program. This course introduces human anatomy and physiology and includes concepts related to basic chemistry; fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base balance; functions of cells, tissues, organs, and systems; pathophysiology; and associated...
Professors: James H. Norris; Robert R. Dreyfus; Stacy L. Clark; (more)
Terms: Fall 11-12 | Credits: 4
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EMP 191: Paramedic Preparatory
This course introduces issues related to the practice of prehospital advanced life support as a career, with a focus on issues common to all health care professions. Content areas include: paramedic roles and responsibilities, well-being of the paramedic, illness and injury preve...
Professors: Charles H. Morton; James H. Norris; Stacy L. Clark; (more)
Terms: Fall 11-12 | Credits: 2
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EMP 192: Paramedic Operations
This course focuses on the operational knowledge and skills needed for safe and effective patient care within the paramedic's scope of practice. Content areas include: pathophysiology, life span development, ambulance operations, medical incident command, rescue awareness and ope...
Professors: Amanda G. Daniels; Charles H. Morton; Robert R. Dreyfus; (more)
Terms: Fall 11-12 | Credits: 3
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EMP 193: Patient Assessment and Management
to perform a comprehensive patient assessment, make initial management decisions, and to communicate assessment findings and patient care verbally and in writing. Content areas include: airway management, history taking, techniques of the physical examination, patient assessment,...
Professors: Amanda G. Daniels; Charles H. Morton; James H. Norris; (more)
Terms: Fall 11-12 | Credits: 3
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EMP 194: Paramedic General Pharmacology
This course introduces basic pharmacological agents and concepts, with an emphasis on drug classifications and the knowledge and skills required for safe, effective medication administration. Content areas include: general principles of pharmacology and pharmacologic pathophysiol...
Professors: Charles H. Morton; James H. Norris; Robert R. Dreyfus; (more)
Terms: Fall 11-12 | Credits: 2
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EMP 196: Advanced Trauma Management B
This course relates pathophysiology and assessment findings to the formulation of field impressions and implementation of treatment plans for trauma patients. Content areas include the pathophysiology, assessment, and management of trauma as related to: trauma systems; mechanisms...
Professors: Amanda G. Daniels; James H. Norris; Robert R. Dreyfus; (more)
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EMP 197: Paramedic Clinical Competencies I
This course is directed toward the application of knowledge and skills developed in didactic and skills laboratory experiences to the clinical setting. Theory and skills are applied to a variety of patient situations in the clinical setting, with a focus on patient assessment, tr...
Professors: Charles H. Morton; James H. Norris; Robert R. Dreyfus; (more)
Terms: Fall 11-12 | Credits: 3
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EMP 198: Medical Patient Management I
This course relates pathophysiology and assessment findings to the formulation of field impressions and implementation treatment plans for specific medical conditions. Content areas include: pulmonology, neurology, gastroenterology, renal/urology, toxicology, hematology, environm...
Professors: Amanda G. Daniels; Robert R. Dreyfus; Stacy L. Clark; (more)
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EMP 199: Cardiovascular Electrophysiology
This course relates pathophysiology and assessment findings to the formulation of field impressions and implementation of treatment plans for specific medical conditions. Content areas include: endocrinology, allergies and anaphylaxis, behavioral/psychiatric conditions, gynecolo...
Professors: Aaron B. Nafziger; Charles H. Morton; Robert R. Dreyfus
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EMP 201: Medical Patient Management IIB
This course relates pathophysiology and assessment findings to the formulation of field impressions and implementation of treatment plans for specific medical conditions. Content areas include: endocrinology, allergies and anaphylaxis, behavioral/psychiatric conditions, gynecolo...
Professors: Amanda G. Daniels; Robert R. Dreyfus; Stacy L. Clark; (more)
Terms: Fall 11-12 | Credits: 3
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