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EMS 110 - Basic Emergency Medical Technician I

Credits: 4
First in a sequence of four courses to prepare a student as a Basic EMT. Emphasis is placed on Emergency Medical Care, Medical/Legal/Ethical issues, didactic material including airway management, Patient Assessment, and general pharmacology. To successfully pass this course, the student will be required to successfully complete the national registry exam and obtain a state license. Fees for this exam and license are the responsibility of the student.

Prerequisite(s): READING LEVEL 2 and instructor permission
Corequisite(s): EMS 111 , EMS 112 , and EMS 113  
Lecture Hours: 65 Lab Hours: 0
Meets MTA Requirement: None
Pass/NoCredit: Yes

Outcomes and Objectives
  1. Demonstrate knowledge in anatomy and physiology.
    1. Demonstrate knowledge in anatomy and physiology as defined in the Bureau of Health Services of Michigan Department of Consumer and Industry Services requirements in effect for the year of study.
  2. Demonstrate knowledge and skills of basic patient assessment.
    1. Demonstrate knowledge and skills of patient assessment and patient management as defined in the Bureau of Health Services requirements in effect for the year of study.
  3. Demonstrate basic knowledge related to the roles and responsibilities of emergency services personnel.
    1. Demonstrate basic knowledge related to the roles and responsibilities of emergency services personnel as defined in the Bureau of Health Services requirements in effect for the year of study.
  4. Demonstrate basic knowledge and skill in patient respiratory assessment and airway management.
    1. Demonstrate basic knowledge and skill in patient respiratory assessment and airway management as required and defined in the Bureau of Health Services requirements in effect for the year of study.
  5. Demonstrate knowledge by successfully completing the National Registry Exam.
    1. Demonstrate knowledge in anatomy and physiology; basic patient assessment; roles and responosibilities of emergency services personnel; and patient assessment and airway management by successfully completing the National Registry Exam.



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