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Medic Monthly

Course Name Course Description Hours
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm The goal of this installment of Medic Monthly is to educate the first responder/EMT/paramedic about the detection and management of the patient with a suspected ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm. 1
Acute Psychosis The goal of this edition of the Medic Monthly is to educate the First Responder/EMT about the management of the patient with acute psychosis. 1
Alcohol-Related Emergencies The goal of this installment of Medic Monthly is to educate the first responder/EMT/paramedic about the management of the alcohol-intoxicated patient. 1
Alternative Drugs of Abuse The goal of this month’s edition of Medic Monthly is to educate the EMR/EMT about some newer drugs of abuse. 1
Altitude Illness The goal of this month’s Medic Monthly is to educate the EMR/EMT about Altitude Illness. 1
Anticholinergic Overdose The goal of this installment of Medic Monthly is to educate the first responder/EMT/paramedic about the identification and management of the patient with anticholinergic toxicity. 1
Arriving Safe – Management of the Pediatric Patient During Transport This one-hour Medic Monthly course provides instruction on the safe transport of pediatric patients and best practices on using child safety seats, transporting uninjured pediatric patients, dangers, and more. 1
Club Drugs The goal of this installment of Medic Monthly is to educate the first responder/EMT/paramedic about the many different commonly abused club drugs. 1
Dehydration The goal of this edition of the Medic Monthly is to educate the First Responder and EMT about the identification and management of the patient with dehydration. 1
Depression/Suicide The goal of this month’s edition of Medic Monthly is to educate the Paramedic about the management of the psychiatric patient. 1
Diabetic Emergencies The goal of this month’s edition of the Medic Monthly is to educate the first responder/EMT/paramedic about diabetic emergencies commonly encountered in the field. 1
Diving Emergencies The goal of this month’s edition of Medic Monthly is to educate the EMR/EMT about the assessment and management of dive-related emergencies. 1
Excited Delirium The goal of this edition of the Medic Monthly is to educate the First Responder and EMT about the management of the patient with excited delirium. 1
Gastrointestinal Bleeding The goal of this installment of Medic Monthly is to educate the first responder/EMT/paramedic about the management of the gastrointestinal bleeding patient. 1
Headaches The goal of this installment of Medic Monthly is to educate the first responder/EMT/paramedic about the management of the patient with a headache. 1
Hyperthermic Patient The goal of this installment of Medic Monthly is to educate the first responder/EMT/paramedic about the management of the patient with hyperthermia. 1
Hypothermic Patient The goal of this installment of Medic Monthly is to educate the first responder/EMT/paramedic about the management of the hypothermic patient. 1
Kidney Disease The goal of this installment of Medic Monthly is to educate the first responder/EMT/paramedic about the management of the patient with confirmed or suspected kidney disease. 1
Liver Disease The goal of this month’s edition of the Medic Monthly is to educate the first responder/EMT/paramedic about liver disease. 1
Managing Chronic Care Patients This one-hour Medic Monthly course provides instruction on managing chronic care patients and their overuse or abuse of the EMS system. 1
Methamphetamine Abuse The goal of this installment of Medic Monthly is to educate the first responder/EMT/paramedic about the clinical findings commonly encountered with methamphetamine abuse. 1
Narcotic Abuse The goal of this edition of Medic Monthly is to educate the paramedic about the identification and management of the patient with opiate and other drug abuse. 1
Near Drowning The goal of this installment of Medic Monthly is to educate the first responder/EMT/paramedic about the management of the drowning and near drowning patient. 1
Pediatric Altered Mental Status The goal of this installment of Medic Monthly is to educate the first responder/EMT/paramedic about the management of the pediatric patient with an altered mental status. 1
Pediatric Chest Pain The goal of this installment of Medic Monthly is to educate the first responder/EMT/paramedic about the management of the pediatric patient with an altered mental status. 1
Pediatric Emergencies This episode of Medic Monthly focuses on the Pediatric Assessment Triangle that allows the provider to rapidly obtain vital information prior to physically approaching the pediatric patient. 1
Pediatric Overdose The goal of this installment of Medic Monthly is to educate the first responder/EMT/paramedic about the management of the pediatric overdose patient. 1
Pediatric Seizures The goal of this installment of Medic Monthly is to educate the first responder/EMT/paramedic about the management of the pediatric seizure patient. 1
Pregnancy and Trauma The goal of this month’s edition of Medic Monthly is to educate the EMR/EMT about the management of the pregnant trauma patient. 1
Radiation Injuries The goal of this edition of Medic Monthly is to educate the EMR/EMT/Paramedic about both typical and atypical presentations of radiation. 1
Safe and Effective Pain Management This one-hour Medic Monthly course provides instruction on the use of pain management in the field and its use in the treatment of patient trauma. 1
Seizures The goal of this installment of Medic Monthly is to educate the first responder/EMT/paramedic about the management of the seizure patient. 1
Sickle Cell Crisis The goal of this installment of Medic Monthly is to educate the paramedic about the care about the sickle cell disease. 1
Snakebites and Stings The goal of this installment of Medic Monthly is to educate the first responder/EMT/paramedic about the management of the snakebite victim. 1
Toxic Inhalations The goal of this installment of Medic Monthly is to educate the first responder/EMT/paramedic about the different presentations of various toxic inhalations. 1
Wheezing The goal of this installment of Medic Monthly is to educate the first responder/EMT/paramedic about the management of the patient with wheezing. 1

EMT Interactive

Course Name Course Description Hours
Module 11: Principles of Pharmacology This course defines the terms pharmacodynamics, therapeutic effects, indications, side effects, unintended effects, and untoward effects. It also explains the differences between a generic medication name and a trade medication name; provide an example of each. The course also contains information on differentiating enteral and parenteral routes of medication administration. 0.5
Module 14: Medical Overview This course differentiates between medical emergencies and trauma emergencies, remembering that some patients may have both. 0.5
Module 17: Neurological Emergencies This course explains how to determine non-serious conditions compared to more serious ones. It also describes the primary assessment of a patient who is experiencing a neurologic emergency and the necessary interventions that may be required to address all life threats. 0.5
Module 18: Gastrointestinal and Urologic Emergencies This course explains the procedures to follow in the assessment and management of acute and chronic gastrointestinal hemorrhage, peritonitis, and ulcerative diseases. 0.5
Module 19: Endocrine and Hematologic Emergencies This course will describe the interventions for providing emergency medical care to both a conscious and unconscious patient with an altered mental status and a history of diabetes who is having symptomatic hyperglycemia. 0.5
Module 20: Immunologic Emergencies This course will explain the importance of managing the ABCs of a patient who is having an allergic reaction. It also focuses on how to differentiate the primary assessment for a patient with a systemic allergic, anaphylactic reaction, or a local reaction. 0.5
Module 21: Toxicology This course will describe the assessment and treatment of a patient with a suspected overdose or poisoning. It will also define toxicology, poison, toxin, and overdose and the common signs that will alert medical personnel. 1
Module 22: Psychiatric Emergencies This course explains special considerations when EMTs are assessing and managing a behavioral crisis or psychiatric emergency. 0.5
Module 23: Gynecologic Emergencies This course discusses the special, age-related patient management considerations EMTs should provide for both younger and older female patients who are experiencing gynecologic emergencies. 0.5
Module 32: Environmental Emergencies This module describes the process of providing emergency care to a patient who has sustained an injury due to environmental circumstances. It will include things such as exposure to heat or cold, a bite or sting, snake bites, chemical exposure, treating a patient with heat stroke, or injuries in the water. It will also concentrate on how to care for a patient who is suspected of having an air embolism or decompression sickness. This module describes the process of providing emergency care to a patient who has sustained an injury due to environmental circumstances. It will include things such as exposure to heat or cold, a bite or sting, snake bites, chemical exposure, treating a patient with heat stroke, or injuries in the water. It will also concentrate on how to care for a patient who is suspected of having an air embolism or decompression sickness. 1.5
Module 33: Obstetrics and Neonatal Care This course will identify the anatomy and physiology of the female reproductive system. Explain the normal changes that occur in the body during pregnancy. Finally, recognize complications of pregnancy including abuse, addiction, hypertensive disorders, bleeding, spontaneous abortion (miscarriage), and gestational diabetes. 2
Module 34: Pediatric Emergencies This module explains some of the challenges inherent in providing emergency care to pediatric patients and why effective communication with both the patient and his or her family members is critical to a successful outcome. It will discuss the physical and cognitive developmental stages of an infant through teenagers, including health risks, signs that may indicate illness, and patient assessment. 3
Module 36: Patients with Special Challenges This course applies a fundamental knowledge of individuals that need special support during transport. This course provides basic emergency care and transportation for a patients with special needs. These include Children who were born prematurely and who have associated respiratory problems, Infants or small children with congenital heart disease, Patients with neurological disease, Patients with sensory deficits such as hearing or visual impairments and Geriatric patients with chronic diseases. 1

Paramedic Interactive

Course Name Course Description Hours
Module 3: Public Health Public Health explains how you can prepare to handle public health issues. 1
Module 10: Principles of Pharmacology Principles of Pharmacology explains how you can be prepared to apply the principles of pharmacology when treating a patient. 2
Module 11: Medication Administration Medication Administration explains how you can prepare to handle medication administration when treating a patient. 3
Module 12: Emergency Medications Medication Formulary explains how you can prepare to handle the patient in need of emergency medications. 1
Module 16: Respiratory Emergencies Respiratory Emergencies explains how you can prepare to handle the patient with a respiratory emergency. 2
Module 18: Neurologic Emergencies Neurologic Emergencies, explains how you can prepare to handle the patient with a neurologic emergency. 2
Module 19: Diseases of the Eyes, Ears, Nose and Throat Diseases of the ears, eyes, nose, and throat explains how you can prepare to handle the patient with a disease of the ears, eyes, nose, and/or throat. 2.5
Module 20: Abdominal and Gastrointestinal Emergencies Abdominal and Gastrointestinal Emergencies explains how you can prepare to handle the patient with an abdominal and gastrointestinal emergency. 1.5
Module 21: Genitourinary and Renal Emergencies Genitourinary and Renal Emergencies explains how you can prepare to handle the patient with genitourinary and renal emergencies. 1
Module 22: Gynecological Emergencies Gynecologic Emergencies explains how you can prepare to handle the patient with a gynecologic emergency. 1
Module 23: Endocrine Emergencies Emergencies explains how you can prepare to handle the patient with endocrine emergencies. 1
Module 24: Hematologic Emergencies Hematologic Emergencies explains how you can prepare to handle the patient with hematologic emergencies. 0.5
Module 25: Immunologic Emergencies Immunologic Emergencies explains how you can prepare to handle the patient with immunologic emergencies. 1.5
Module 26: Infectious Diseases Infectious Diseases explains how you can prepare to handle the patient with infectious diseases. 1.5
Module 27: Toxicology Toxicology explains how you can prepare to handle the toxicology patient. 1.5
Module 28: Psychiatric Emergencies Psychiatric Emergencies explains how you can prepare to handle the patient with psychiatric emergencies. 2
Module 38: Environmental Trauma Environmental Trauma, explains how you can prepare to handle the environmental trauma patient. 3
Module 40: Management and Resuscitation of the Critical Patient Management and Resuscitation of the Critical Patient, explains how you can prepare to handle the management and resuscitation of the critical patient. 2.5
Module 41: Obstetrics Obstetrics, explains how you can prepare to handle the obstetrics patient. 3
Module 42: Neonatal Care Neonatal Care, explains how you can prepare to handle the patient in need of neonatal care. 2.5
Module 43: Pediatric Emergencies Pediatric Emergencies explains how you can prepare to handle the patient with a pediatric emergency. 6
Module 45: Patients with Special Challenges Patients With Special Challenges explains how you can prepare to handle the patient with special challenges. 3.5