b'Credit(s): 5Credit(s): 1patient with a medical complaint.(4, 3, 2) A continuation of EMSUsing supervised rotations in a 1514.Using superviseddefinitive care setting, theEMS 2566 - Practicum III rotations in a definitive carestudent will apply the concepts setting, the students willdeveloped in the didactic course continue to develop assessmentto live patients in the out ofCredit(s): 6 and treatment skills.Thehospital setting. (1,0,0,3) student will transition to fieldUnder the supervision of an experience upon achievingEMS 2312 - Fundamentals ofapproved program preceptor, the competencies in the definitivestudent will continue to apply the care setting.Prerequisite: EMSAdvanced EMT Lectureconcepts developed in the 1514 (5,9 clinical,6 field) .didactic, laboratory, and clinical Credit(s): 2settings to the care of patients in EMS 1713 - Concepts ofthe environment of This course is required to applyEMS.Prerequiste:EMS Neurological Medicinefor certification as an Advanced1525 (6, 9 clinical, 9 field) Emergency Medical Technician Credit(s): 3(AEMT). This course introducesEMS 2715 - Concepts of the theory and application ofTraumatic Medicine This course consists of theconcepts related to the theory, anatomy, physiology,profession of the AEMT. The pathophysiology, and treatmentsprimary focus of the AEMT is toCredit(s): 5 associated with conditions of theprovide basic and limited nervous system.This includesadvanced emergency medicalThis course will develop the conditions related to structurecare and transportation forbasis for the pathophysiology, and those associated withcritical and emergent patientsidentification, and treatment of organic and non- organic brainacross the lifespan who accesstraumatic emergencies including disease.Changes in thethe emergency medical system.coverage of concepts related to lifespan will be included.It isTopics include: extending thetrauma systems and shock also a laboratory experienceknowledge of the EMT to a moremanagement.These concepts designed to give psychomotorcomplex breadth and depth,will be examined in patients experience to the theoreticalIntravenous access and fluidacross the life span.It also concepts developed in thetherapy, medicationincludes the trauma laboratory lecture. (3, 2, 2)administration, blind insertionexperience is designed to give airway devices, as well as thepsychomotor experience to the EMS 1913 - Concepts ofadvanced assessment andtheoretical concepts developed management of various medicalin the lecture.(5, 3, 4) Reproductive Medicineillnesses and traumatic injuries. This course is based on theEMS 2912 - Concepts of Credit(s): 3NHTSA National EmergencyEMS Operations Medical Services Education This course consists of theStandards. (2,2,0) theory, anatomy, physiology,Credit(s): 2 pathophysiology, and treatmentsEMS 2314 - Medical associated with conditions of theKnowledge of operational roles reproductive system.TheEmergencies of theand responsibilities to ensure course includes care of theSecondary Assessmentsafe patient, public, and newborn as part of the conceptspersonnel safety. (2, 2, 0) in reproductiveCredit(s): 4 medicine.Changes in theEMS 2934 - Paramedic lifespan will be included.It isThis course will integrate patientCapstone also a laboratory experienceassessment and assessment designed to give psychomotorfindings with principles of experience to the theoreticalepidemiology andCredit(s): 4 concepts developed in thepathophysiology across the lecture.(3, 2, 2)lifespan.At the conclusion ofThis course serves as a this course, the student will becapstone experience course at EMS 2211 - Fundamentals ofable to formulate a fieldthe end of the Paramedic impression and implement aProgram.This course will Advanced EMT Practicuminclude the following topics: comprehensive treatment/disposition plan for aspecial needs patient populations, EMS research, 337'