EMS study guide for setting IV flow rates and how to discover and adjust flow rate complications.
As I continue with the IV Therapy section on the EMS Quick Study Tips. I go over how to start an IV. While there are variations and opinions on how to do this skill. This video is meant to help you focus on what you may see on a EMS exam when it comes to IV access.
This weeks MM covers more IV therapy tips by discussing IV site locations and vein structures. This is geared to help you with your EMS paramedic exam, with patient care and documentation.
This episode of the EMS Quick Study Tips continues with IV therapy and focuses on IV needles and
catheter use in EMS for paramedics.
While it may be basic for some, don’t miss little things that can give you that extra five points on an exam.
As we leave A&P behind, I start the next phase of the EMS Quick Study Tips with IV therapy.
Part one focuses on IV uses, types and administration. This is key info you need for that next EMS exam.
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This EMS Study Guide episode focuses on the urinary and reproductive systems. Keys elements to help
you pass your EMS paramedic exams and understand your patient care decisions.
This installment of the EMS Quick Study Tips talks about respiratory acidosis and alkalosis. Great tips and help for EMS paramedics when taking exams and assessing their patients.
EMS paramedic study help for fluids and electrolytes and pH balance. Jim also gives some great EMS exam study tips you can use to succeed on your next exam.
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Let’s go over some key elements of the Digestive and GI systems in this EMS Quick Study Tips video.