EMT 111 EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN I 8 cr. (8-0)

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1 JOHN A. LOGAN COLLEGE T. Thompson SP 11 EMT 111 EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN I 8 cr. (8-0) COURSE DESCRIPTION: A course designed to provide the student with techniques of emergency care and transportation of the sick and injured. Emphasis is also placed upon the legal and ethical responsibilities of the EMT, anatomy and physiology of the human body, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, defibrillation, and techniques of using emergency equipment. PREREQUISITES: 18 years of age, high school diploma or equivalency. COURSE OBJECTIVES: The student will learn the concepts of emergency care and transportation of the sick and injured patient and will be able to: 1. Explain the role of the EMT and his/her responsibilities. 2. Explain the anatomy and physiology of the systems of the body. 3. Explain basic life support as defined by the American Heart Association. 4. Recognize the seriousness of uncontrollable bleeding, its predisposition to shock, and the proper treatment. 5. Recognize soft tissue injuries and explain how they affect different regions of the body. 6. Demonstrate the five-step patient assessment process. 7. Explain environmental injuries, their assessment and treatment. 8. Recognize the signs and symptoms of an emotionally disturbed patient. 9. Explain the concepts of normal childbirth as well as childbirth with complications. 10. Demonstrate how to handle, lift, and move the sick and injured. 11. Explain the use of emergency vehicles and the equipment on board. 12. Demonstrate proper response to an ambulance call.

2 2 13. Demonstrate proper emergency communications. 14. Explain the purpose, and understand the confidentiality of records and reports. 15. Explain the basic concepts of vehicle extrication and how it affects patient care. 16. Explain communicable diseases and how PPE can protect the EMT. 17. Recognize general pharmacology information used in the pre-hospital setting. 18. Explain assessment and care of the pediatric patient. 19. Demonstrate the gathering of baseline vital signs and SAMPLE history. 20. Explain the kinematics of blunt trauma. 21. Communicate the difference between the focused history and physical exam for trauma verses medical. 22. Show proficiency in hands-on skills as required by the national standard curriculum. 23. Show ability to identify and treat all trauma and medical emergencies. Most importantly, the student will demonstrate the ability to properly assess, treat, and package the patient correctly and safely. COURSE OUTLINE: I. Preparing to be an EMT A. Introduction into emergency medical care B. Well being of the EMT/medical, legal, ethical issues C. The human body D. Baseline vital signs/sample history E. Lifting and moving patients F. CPR II. Airway A. Anatomy and physiology B. Adjuncts C. Oxygen therapy III. Patient Assessment A. Five-step patient assessment B. Communications and documentation

3 3 IV. Medical Emergencies A. General pharmacology B. Respiratory emergencies C. Cardiovascular emergencies D. Neurological emergencies E. Acute abdomen F. Diabetic emergencies G. Allergic reactions and envenomations H. Substance abuse and poisonings I. Environmental emergencies J. Behavioral emergencies K. Obstetrics and gynecological emergencies V. Trauma A. Kinematics of trauma B. Bleeding and shock C. Soft tissue injuries D. Eye injuries E. Face and throat injuries F. Chest injuries G. Abdomen and genitalia injuries H. Musculoskeletal care I. Head and spine injuries VI. Special Populations A. Pediatric assessment B. Pediatric airway and medical emergencies C. Pediatric trauma D. Geriatric assessment VII. VIII. Operations A. Ambulance operations B. Extrication C. Special operations 1. Triage 2. Incident command 3. Hazardous materials Enrichment A. Advanced airway management B. Review

4 4 COURSE REQUIREMENTS: It is an absolute requirement that you complete your assigned reading prior to the class session. The material covered in class reinforces what you have read, but in no way can cover all the material in the text. It is required that you have your assignments completed on time. Assignments can be made up with prior approval of the instructor, at the convenience of the instructor. It is required that you successfully complete a Healthcare Provider CPR course during or prior to class. A Healthcare Provider CPR class will be provided during the semester. It is a requirement to complete 10 hours of clinical time prior to completion of the class. The hours can be evenly split between the hospital and ambulance. More information on clinical time will be provided during the semester. If you are unable to attend a class session, it is a requirement to contact me in advance. ( cell). The state allows no more than three absences during this program. or It is a requirement that while you are in class, all cell phones, pagers, text messengers, portable radios, scanners, or anything that could disrupt class, be silenced or turned off prior to the beginning of class. It is a requirement to participate in hands-on exercises, which entails working with others and working on the floor. Please dress accordingly. In order to sit for the Illinois State Licensure Exam, the student must meet the following requirements: 1. The student must not have over three absences, 12 class hours. 2. The student must have an overall average of 77% in the class to be eligible for the Illinois State Licensure Exam. 3. The student must pass all stations of the practical exam to be eligible for the Illinois State Licensure Exam. The student is allowed one retake during the practical exam and have to perform the retake on the day of the practical exam years of age with high school diploma or equivalency. 5. There is a $20.00 fee to take the Illinois State Licensure Exam. Attendance. The State of Illinois guidelines require that an EMT-Basic student cannot miss more than 3 class sessions. This is non negotiable. I do not have any control over this rule. If you are more than 15 minutes late for class, that is considered an absence. If you cause a disruption in class, you will first be warned. If there is a second offense, you will be asked to leave the class and be given an absence. If there is a third offense, you will be asked to drop the class.

5 5 Student Success Center. Tutors may be obtained through the Student Success Center. Contact the staff in C219 if this service is desired. John A. Logan College will make reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of Any student with a disability that may have some impact on work in this class, who feels she/he needs an accommodation, should make an appointment with the Coordinator of Services for Students with Disabilities on campus, Kristin Shelby, Room C219B, Ext Before services can be provided, this advisor must determine eligibility and arrange appropriate academic adjustments. It is the student s responsibility to register in advance of a school term with this office and to turn in a schedule each term to ensure that there is every opportunity for success in this class. English Writing Center/Tutoring. For assistance with writing assignments in any college course, students are encouraged to visit The Write Place in Room E109. English instructors are available for one-on-one tutoring each semester during hours posted at the center. Financial Aid. Students who receive financial assistance and completely withdraw from classes prior to 60% of the semester being completed (approximately 2-3 weeks after midterm) could be responsible to return a portion of their Federal Pell Grant award. Prior to withdrawing from courses, students should contact the Financial Aid Office. Course Withdrawal Information. It is expected that you will attend this class regularly. If you stop attending for any reason, you should contact your advisor and withdraw officially to avoid the posting of a failing grade (an E) to your transcript. It is also advisable to discuss the situation with your instructor before dropping. COURSE CALENDAR: January 19 January 24 January 24 & 26 January 26 January 31 February 2 February 7 February 7 February 9 February 14 February 16 TBA February 23 February 28 & March 2 Intro to Emergency Care, Well Being of EMT, Medical-Legal The Human Body The Human Body, Baseline Vitals, and SAMPLE History Lifting and moving patients Airway Patient Assessment Patient Assessment, Communication-Documentation General Pharmacology, Respiratory Emergencies Cardiovascular Emergencies, Neurologic Emergencies Acute Abdomen, Diabetic Emergencies Allergic Reactions, Substance Abuse and Poisonings Environmental Emergencies, Behavioral Emergencies Midterm Exam OB/GYN, Kinematics of Trauma Bleeding and Shock

6 6 March 2 March 7 & 9 March 21 & 23 March 28 March 30 April 4 April 4 April 6 April 11 April 13 April 18 April 18 April 20 April 25 April 30 TBA Soft-Tissue Injuries, Eye Injuries Face and Throat Injuries, Chest Injuries Abdomen and Genitalia, Musculoskeletal Care Head and Spine Injuries Head and Spine Injuries Practicals Pediatric Assessment Pediatric Airway, Pediatric Medical Emergencies Pediatric Trauma Geriatrics Ambulance Operations, Extrication Special Operations, Triage Advanced Airway Management Practical Stations Final Exam Review Final Exam Practical Exam Review Practical Exam Illinois Licensure Exam Time SIU Room TBA METHOD OF EVALUATION: Grading Scale A = % B = 84-91% C = 77-83% D = 70-76% E = 0-69% The class grade is averaged the following way: Homework & quizzes are combined for 25% of your total grade. The midterm exam is worth 25% of your total grade. The final exam is worth 50% of your total grade. METHOD OF PRESENTATION: Lectures, videos, discussion, demonstrations, and supervised lab work. TEXT: AAOS, Emergency Care and Transport of the Sick and Injured, Jones and Bartlett, Publishers, 10 th edition. *Workbook to accompany text is required.

7 7 INSTRUCTOR: Tad Thompson DATE: Spring, 2011 John A. Logan College Telephone Numbers Carterville and Williamson County... (618) , (618) Carbondale and Jackson County... (618) , (618) Du Quoin... (618) West Frankfort... (618) Crab Orchard, Gorham, and Trico Areas TTY (hearing-impaired access)... (618) John A. Logan College does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, or gender orientation b SP 11 rev gh

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