https://youtu.be/K7yKFyYJggQDo you look for these 7 things when assessing patients with suspected or known ingested poisoning?Keeping on track with these can make your life easier and help you gather the…
The EMS Attitude. Your attitude on the job can make a world of difference. Having a bad one will reflect on you, your partner, the patients or families you deal with and ultimately your patient care.
Ischemic, Hemorrhagic and ... Is it an occlusion or a rupture? Know key Stroke causes and be better for your patients and yourself on that next exam
Be sure to slow down and check those pupils. They could be an assessment finding that will lead you to vital patient care interventions.
Knowing key elements of A&P, using an EMS study guide and keeping them fresh in your mind will help you with patient care and on exams.
Anaphylaxis is a true emergency and knowing the signs and symptoms will help you identify when a patient is having this and to treat them quickly.
This EMS patient assessment finding "Pulsus Paradoxus" is pretty simple to know and keep an eye out for during your patient assessments.
The NREMT exam and why You Are Studying Wrong. Most people study one way for the NREMT. But you need to study with application in mind.
Watch this quick video on how to identify Digoxin Toxicity and a quick test tip for EMS exam questions.
Three EMS Study Methods To Help You Improve Your Memory. Even If You Have Huge Amounts Of Content To Recall. Here are three methods to add or change up during your study sessions