EMS Quick Study Guide


Paramedic and EMT EMS Study Guide

Paramedic and EMT EMS Study Guide

This guide is the “meat and potatoes” of any EMS course. It is perfect to review before an exam or as a quick overview of terms or subjects you may be having troubles with.

Giving you the “one stop” resource on all the HOT topics found on State and National exams. Haven’t you ever wanted the basics of what will be on an exam without having to skim through your 500 page text book?

This Quick Study Guide has it all:

  • Foundations of EMS
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Major body systems, organs etc.
  • Covers all subjects from poisoning to cardiovascular, pediatrics to communications. Includes Pathology , Presentations, Signs & Symptoms plus –
  • Treatment and anything in between
  • You get all the best parts of your textbook all in one small publication. But it doesn’t just cover a basic overview. It was designed to cover the major parts of what state and national exams test on.

This way you can pass on the first try. This powerful guide even covers techniques for history taking and physical exams as well as complete patient assessment.

While it is not a complete EMS Study Resource – it is certainly one of the most valuable publications you can have in your EMS library.

The EMS Quick Study Guide is great for new students but also perfect for refreshing EMS professionals as well.

As experienced EMT’s or Paramedics you don’t necessarily need to re-read your textbook. But by using this study guide you can refresh your memory on key points that are included in any state or refresher exam. 


1 review for EMS Quick Study Guide

  1. JimH

    Susan sent this feedback. Thanks Susan. “I teach medic school up in Maine. I bought your review book to see if it would be helpful to my students.

    My daughter has been using it this week to study for her EMT exam. She took her exam today and she thought the book was super helpful!! I just told her to “ignore” the ALS materials.

    Just thought you might like some feedback.”

    Take care,
    Susan Y.
    Paramedic Program Director

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