Abdominal Emergencies II | EMS Quick Study Help

This episode of the EMS Quick Study Tips is the second part focused on abdominal emergencies. This session is on GI bleeding. As always great key elements to focus on for your exams and beyond.
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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Coma & ALOC | EMS Quick Study Help

Recognizing coma and altered level of consciousness in EMS patient assessment. Paramedic exam study tips video focusing on coma and LOC.
 

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Types of CNS Disorders | EMS Quick Study Help

This episode of EMS quick study help tips focuses on the types of central nervous system disorders. Using an acronym can help you recall the various types of CNS issues when you get stuck come exam time.

 
 

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Poisonings and Overdose | EMS Quick Study Help

This weeks Monday Minutes starts part 26 of the EMS Quick Study Help series and Part One of Poisonings and Overdose in EMS.
 

 

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EMS Quick Study Help | Skeletal System

This EMS quick study tips episode focuses on the skeletal system. Get the EMS exam help that covers key elements of any EMS paramedic exam.

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SHRIMPCAN | Not So New Shock Tool

This weeks Monday Minutes I show a tool that a co-worker told me about that I have never heard of. Thanks Stephen for the idea. Take a look and let me know if you have ever heard of this memory tool or share one of your own.

EMS Study Tips | Anaphylactic vs. Anaphylactoid

Do you know the difference in a anaphylactic reaction and an anaphylactoid reaction? While treatment in EMS is the same, knowing the differences can keep you alert to why something is happening with your patient. This will help you with your documentation and patient presentation as well. Watch this quick Monday Minutes and I hope you enjoy my horrible joke in the beginning (I dunno, it was funny when I wrote it).


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EMS Study Tips | Learning vs. Memorizing

If you are a paramedic or EMT student, refreshing or brand new. Studying the content for exams is always a task less than favorited. However, being an EMS professional requires you to not merely memorize content that will help your patients but actually know and understand the content and how it’s applied.

So with so much content to absorb, how do you learn it vs. simply memorizing it for an exam? In this EMS study tips video I talk about how you can learn the content required to be a knowledgeable EMS provider. Yes you still may have to memorize certain aspects of what you need to know, but learning the content and understanding it will most certainly help you recall what you need to on exams and out in the field.



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