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PARAMEDIC, EMT - MEDICAL PROCEDURES TRAINING - 14 DVD SET
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PARAMEDIC, EMT - MEDICAL PROCEDURES TRAINING - 14 DVD SET

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PARAMEDIC, EMT, EMS, 1st RESPONDER MEDICAL PROCEDURES TRAINING

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The Breakdown of the Materials are as Follows:

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DVD 1 ASSESSMENT & VITAL SIGNS

There are usually six tests you'll run at the start of every patient assessment. 1. Weight 2. Temperature 3. Pulse 4. Blood Pressure 5. Respiration 6. Pain Vital signs include your heart beat, breathing rate, temperature, and blood pressure. As a health care provider you may watch, measure, or monitor your vital signs to check your patient's level of physical functioning. Normal vital signs change with age, sex, weight, exercise tolerance, and overall health. Normal vital sign ranges for the average healthy adult while resting are: • Blood pressure: 90/60 mm/Hg to 120/80 mm/Hg • Breathing: 12 - 18 breaths per minute • Pulse: 60 - 100 beats per minute • Temperature: 97.8 - 99.1 degrees Fahrenheit / average 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit

 

DVD 2 PATIENT ASSESSMENT

The EMT quickly assesses the patient's major body systems to identify life-threatening problems, initiate interventions, identify priority patients, and determine whether immediate transportation is necessary. Common priority patients include: general impression of a very sick patient. •unresponsive - no gag or cough. •responsive, not following commands. •difficulty breathing. •shock (hypoperfusion). •complicated childbirth. •chest pain with blood pressure < 100 systolic. •uncontrolled bleeding. •severe pain anywhere. The EMT gathers information simultaneously from all senses during the examination. Logical steps, based on the life-threatening potential of each step are: A - airway B - breathing or ventilation C - circulation or perfusion D - disability or mental function E - expose the patient for the rapid focused physical examination and detailed examination, then protect the patient from the environment The mechanism of injury describes how, with what force,

 

DVD 3 12 LED EKG READING & INTERPRETATION

Identify normal EKG waveform morphology. Describe the normal physiology of cardiac conduction. Distinguish between cardiac dysrhythmias, including sinus, atrial, junctional and ventricular dysthythmias. Describe the physiological consequences and treatments of these dysrhythmias. Learn the Anatomy & Physiology of the Heart Cellular Biology Relating to the Heart Basics of Interpretation of EKG Learn about the Heart's Electrical Activity The 8 Steps Method 1. EVALUATE P FORM 2. EVALUATE ATRIAL RHYTHM 3. EVALUATE ATRIAL RATE 4. CALCULATE DURATION OF P-R INTERVALS 5.EVALUATE VENTRICULAR RHYTHM 6. EVALUATE VENTRICULAR RATE 7. CALCULATE DURATION OF QRS COMPLEX 8. CALCULATE DURATION OF Q-T INTERVAL PROCEDURES OF LEARNING TOPICS 1. CARDIC ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2. THE EKG WAVEFORM 3. ELECTRODE PLACEMENT 4. INTERPRETATION 5. NORMAL SINUS RHYTHM 6. S-T SEGMENT ELEVATION 7. SINUS BRADYCARDIA 8. SINUS TACHICARDIA By the end of this video training, you will be able to: recognize the P wave, the QRS complex, the S-T segment, and T wave? You will be able to measure the P-R interval the QRS duration, the amount of S-T segment deviation, and the Q-T interval

 

DVD 4 INTUBATION TECHNIQUES

REALTED ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY WHAT IS INTUBATION WHY WE INTUBATE LEARN TO IDENTIFY : - Larynx - Thyroid Cartilage - Cricoid Cartilage - Epiglottis - Arytennoid Cartilage - Corniculate Cartilage - Cuneiform Cartilages - Vocal Cords

 

DVD 5 RESPIRATORY EXAM AND ASSESSMENT

Describe techniques for inspection during the respiratory examination, including observing the chest, identifying landmarks, counting respiration and describing variations in respiration including expected respirations, bradypnea, tachypnea, apnea, hypernea, hyperventilation, hypoventilation, Kussmaul, Cheyne-Stokes, Biot's dyspnea, orthopnea and retractions. Describe techniques for palpation during the respiratory examination, including thoracic expansion, tactile fremitus and midline trachea techniques. Describe techniques for percussion during the respiratory examination, including evaluation of percussion tones and diaphragmatic excursion. Describe techniques for auscultation during the respiratory examination, including evaluation of expected and adventitious breath sounds. Evaluate findings related to risk factors, inspection, palpation, percussion and auscultation. IN THIS VIDEO DVD YOU WILL LEARN: A Stethoscope A Peak Flow Meter

 

DVD 6 CARDIOVASCULAR EMERGENCIES

Identify normal EKG waveform morphology. Describe the normal physiology of cardiac conduction. Distinguish between cardiac dysrhythmias, including sinus, atrial, junctional and ventricular dysrhythmias. Describe the physiological consequences and treatments of these dysrhythmias. Learn the Anatomy & Physiology of the Heart Cellular Biology Relating to the Heart Basics of Interpretation of EKG Learn about the Heart's Electrical Activity The 8 Steps Method

 

DVD 7 RESPIRATORY EMERGENCIES

ACUTE RESPIRATORY FAILURE THE 3 FACTORS OF (AFR) ACUTE RESPIRATORY FAILURE THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF ARF TO DETERMINE WHO MAY BE AT RISK SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF ARF WHICH EMERGENCY INTERVENTIONS ARE NEEDED TO ACCURATELY ASSESS & RECOGNIZE ARF TO PERFORM AN ALLEN'S TEST TO DRAW ARTERIAL BLOOD FOR ANALYSIS (ALLEN) THE 3 TYPES OF ARF HYPERCAPNIA & HYPOXEMIA EXPLORE C.O.P.D. MYOSTHENIA GRAVIS, MYASTHENIC CRISIS, TO PREPARE FOR ARTERIAL PUNCTURE ABOUT ARTERIAL BLOOD GAS MEASUREMENT STEP BY STEP PATIENT CARE

 

DVD 8 MEDICAL SKILLS & PROCEDURES 1

A.E.D. ORALPHARYGEAL AIRWAY INSERTION (Oral Airway) A.T.L.S. INTRAMUSCULAR INJECTION I.V. PERICARDIOCENTESIS APPLYING PLASTER CASTS MORPHINE ADMINISTRATION RETROGRADE INTUBATION CRICOTHYROIDOTOMY SUBCUTANEOUS INJECTION OPEN CHEST WOUNDS SEIZURES AUTOMATED EXTERNAL DEFIBULATOR (A.E.D.) DEMONSTRATION ON VITAL SIGNS PATIENT ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATIONS SUTURE ADMINISTRATION CELL & MEMBRANE PHYSIOLOGY LECTURE EDONCRINE SYSTEM LECTURE NEUROLOGY LECTURE PUMONARY LECTURE RENAL SYSTEM LECTURE VITAMINS LECTURE PDF MANUALS ON: Critical Care Medicine Out Patient Medicine Family Medicine History & Physical Exam Pediatric Medicine Psychiatry Genecology & Obstetrics Surgery Treatment Guidelines Skin Diseases Physicians Drug Resource Medicine PLUS Over 75 - Heart Sounds & Murmurs Audio Tracks Power point Test Question Bank - over 500

 

DVD 9 PATIENT CARE DURING VEHICLE EXTRICATION SKILLS & PROCEDURES

Using the K.E.D. Devise, Using a Backboard, Stabilizing & Packaging a Patient, Different Patient Removal Techniques, Special Child Care, Emergency Moves, Neck and Spinal Care Splinting, Vital Signs,

 

DVD 10 UNDERSTANDING SHOCK

Shock is a life-threatening condition that occurs when the body is not getting enough blood flow. This can damage multiple organs. Shock requires immediate medical treatment and can get worse very rapidly. Learn the Major classes of shock include: CARDIOGENIC SHOCK (associated with heart problems) HYPOVOLEMIC SHOCK (caused by inadequate blood volume) ANAPHYLACTIC SHOCK (caused by allergic reaction) SEPTIC SHOCK (associated with infections) NEUROGENIC SHOCK (caused by damage to the nervous system)

 

DVD 11 UNDERSTANDING TRAUMA

Identify penetrating and blunt injury patterns as a result of an active shooter assault Understand the assessment procedures for common injuries affecting the thoraco-abdominal cavities Identify and treat a variety of common extremity injuries Understand the signs and symptoms observed with the pathophysiology of hemorrhagic shock Identify special circumstances surrounding pediatric and geriatric burn patients Airway maintenance with cervical spine protection Breathing and ventilation Circulation with hemorrhage control Disability/Neurologic assessment Exposure and environmental control Secondary survey Tertiary survey

 

DVD 12  I.V. THERAPY TRAINING

I. V., TRAINING, TEACHING, AWARENESS RISKS OF I.V THERAPY VENIPUNCTURE PREPARATION VENIPUNCTURE TECHNIQUES ASSESSING FOR PROBLEMS & COMPLICATIONS SELECTING PROPER EQUIPMENT BY: PURPOSE OF THE INFUSION DURATION OF THERAPY TYPE OF MEDICATION OR FLUID TO INFUSE

 

DVD 13 MEDICAL SKILLS & PROCEDURES 2

HOW TO DRESS THE FOLLOWING INJURIES: EYE INJURIES CHEST INJURIES BULLET WOUND IMPAILED OBJECT HAND INJURIES LACERATIONS OBGYN DELIVERY OF A BABY DIFFERENT TYPES OF HEAT BURNS DIFFERENT TYPES OF FLUID BURNS ELECTRICAL BURNS MASS CASUALTY TRIAGE Fractures & Dislocations, Amputations, A.E.D. Training, Heart Attack & Stroke, Adult, Child & Infant Airway Obstruction and CPR, Barrier Devices, Control Bleeding, Impaled Objects, Burns, Emergency Moves, Splinting, Ingestion Poisons, RICE, Physical Exam and Sample, Vital Signs, Abdomen Exam, Anterior Chest, Pevic Exam, Breast Exam, Chest & Lung Exam, Ears & Nose Exam, Eyes, Head Lymph Nodes Exam, Male & Female Genitalia Exam, Mouth & Neck Exam, Veins & Arteries, Neuro Exam, Rectal Exam, Rectalvaginal Exam, Lower Extremities, Male Infant Circumcision Anterior & Posterior Chest Exam, Head to Toe Examination, plus Over 55 Cases & Studies,

 

DVD 14 MULTIPLE INJURIES

STRETCHERS & USE A LOOK AT DIFFERENT SCENERIOS AND METHODS OF: AIRWAY MANAGEMENT SHOCK TREATMENT SPINE IMMOBILIZATION RAPID EXTRICATION PACKAGING THE PATIENT FOR TRANSPORT.

 

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Last Updated: Sunday, 15 July 2018 20:41