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Collaborative Protocol Update – Ketamine

Collaborative Protocol Update – Ketamine

als adult medicine

       

      

Collaborative Protocol Update – Ketamine

Length: 36 minutes

CEUs: 0.06

Description:  This course is designed to be taken by all ALS providers in the MLREMS region as an addition module for the 2017 NYS Collaborative Protocol update.

A score of 70% is required to pass the exam which follows.

Skills Videos: N/A

Fee: $4

Sepsis: What’s New in Caring for These Patients?

Sepsis: What’s New in Caring for These Patients?

ALS MEDICINE

ALS SHOCK & RESUSCITATION

 

Sepsis: What’s New in Caring for these Patients?

Length: 45 minutes

CEUs: 0.08

Description: A comprehensive update provided for an intended audience of prehospital care providers. This update introduces new definitions for sepsis and septic shock, reviews sepsis epidemiology, pathophysiology, disease morbidity and mortality, and prehospital treatments.

Skills Videos: N/A

Fee: FREE

Sepsis: What’s New in Caring for These Patients?

Chest Pain: Beyond MONA

ALS ADULT MEDICINE

 

 

Chest Pain: Beyond MONA

Length: One hour

CEUs: 0.1

Description:

A review of atypical etiologies for chest pain, provided for an intended audience of prehospital care providers. This course refreshes physiology and pathophysiology for various cardiac and non-cardiac causes of chest pain, including definitions, disease morbidity and mortality, and prehospital treatments.

This training is primarily designed to assist paramedic providers as they care for patients in the prehospital environment.

Skills Videos: N/A

Fee: FREE

Neurogenic Shock Reviewed

Neurogenic Shock Reviewed

BLS ADULT MEDICINE

ALS ADULT MEDICINE

  

Neurogenic Shock Reviewed

Length: One hour

CEUs: 0.1

Description: Terms that are commonly heard, such as neurogenic shock and spinal shock often confuse EMS providers. Knowing the meaning of each term is only the beginning. In this overview, Dr. Jeremy Cushman offers a few pearls of wisdom that will assist EMS providers of all levels with the secondary assessment of patients who may have suffered life-threatening spinal trauma. Test: This multiple choice exam is designed to test your knowledge of the material you just reviewed. You have one attempt to gain an 70% or higher on this exam. Please take your time and answer each question carefully.

Skills Videos: N/A

Fee: FREE