Author: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS),,Stephen J. Rahm
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
The EMT-Basic Review Manual for National Certification is designed to prepare students to sit for the National Certification Exam by including the same type of skill-based and multiple-choice questions found on the exam. The Review Manual will also evaluate mastery of the material presented in your EMT-Basic training program. The manual includes practice questions with answers and model exam; step-by-step walkthrough of skills, including helpful tips, commonly made errors, and sample scenarios; and self-scoring guide and winning test-taking tips.
EMT-Basic Pearls of Wisdom is a collection of rapid-fire questions and answers to help students prepare for EMT-B state/national certification and refresher exams. Consisting of pearls-succinct pieces of knowledge in a question and answer format. Designed to maximize test scores, this title prunes complex concepts down to the simplest kernel. EMT-Basic Pearls of Wisdom is an excellent study guide for EMT-Basic students studying initial/refresher training.
Author: Ben A. Hirst,Dr Ben Performance Training Systems
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Written by experts in the fields of fire and emergency medical services, Exam Prep: EMT-Basic will improve exam scores by exposing students to the same type of multiple-choice questions they are likely to encounter on EMT-Basic certification, promotion, or training examinations. All content has been validated through current reference materials and technical review committees, ensuring students they are learning from the most up-to-date resource available.
With over 1,500 practice questions, the second edition of Emergency Medical Technician Exam Review is essential for anyone planning a career as an EMT. Designed to prepare students for the certification exam, questions are based on the EMT level of the National EMS Educational Standards and follow the American Heart Association Guidelines for ECC and CPR. In addition, a CD-ROM included in the back of the book contains two full-length practice exams that are fully updated for the new second edition. Emergency Medical Technician Exam Review features simple to complex questions based on realistic scenarios to ensure that students practice for success! Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
You've completed your coursework, now it's time to prepare for the certification exam. The EMT-Basic Exam Review is just the tool you need to practice and study for the exam. Written to meet the D.O.T. National Standard Curriculum, there are 1500 questions included which cover every cognitive and affective D.O.T. objective. The questions reflect state and national EMS exams to better-prepare learners for the exam. A CD-ROM with two full-length practice exams that contain the rationales for the correct and incorrect answers is included to provide even more review. The EMT-Basic Exam Review is the most comprehensive study tool available.
Ideal for review courses, The Paramedic Review is a must-have tool for students preparing for either State or National Certification Exams. It includes over 2000 multiple choice style questions based on the revised DOT EMT-Paramedic curriculum objectives and content. The exam questions are written in a style similar to those found on State and National Exams and are easy to read. To ensure adequate practice, the more complex content chapters have more questions to ensure students are truly prepared. Delmar's Why-Driven EMS Enrichment, is the companion text that explains the rationale for answers to the exam review questions. This is an indispensable tool for all paramedic students preparing for their certification exam.
Joseph J. Mistovich,Edward B. Kuvlesky,Craig N. Story
Author: Joseph J. Mistovich,Edward B. Kuvlesky,Craig N. Story
Publisher: Prentice Hall
EMT-Basic Self-Assessment Exam Prep Review Manual by Joseph J. Mistovich and Edward B. Kuvlesky, is the text to help students pass their National Registry and other certification exams. All items are written and tested by educators and offer proven authoritative information. Blending a comprehensive collection of practice exam questions with helpful test-taking tips and student hints, all items reference the Department of Transportation's objectives. As you build confidence by digging into this rich content review, you'll find that the Brady/Prentice Hall Health test preparation system is a blueprint for success across the boards.
The complete resource you need to review for your EMT-Intermediate certification exam! This is a must-have tool for EMS providers preparing for either State or National certification exams. This resource contains approximately 1100 multiple choice questions written in the style similar to that found on the State and National certification exams. All topics covered in the DOT National Standard curriculum are reviewed. This is an indespensible resource!
Containing over 500 multiple choice practice questions, The Emergency Medical Responder Examination Review is a valuable tool to help the First Responder/Emergency Medical Responder review and prepare for their State and National examinations for certification and recertification. The chapters consist of multiple-choice questions covering all topicsand cognitive objectives in the current First Responder D.O.T. National Standard Curriculum, as well as correlations to the new Educational Standards Instructional Guidelines for Emergency Medical Responder. The book also focuses on special topics with questions pertaining to current concerns in emergency response, such as terrorism response and Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD), and special operations. Practical advice on preparing for the day of the exam is included, as well as National Registry Testing Skill Sheets and two full-length practice exams on the back-of-book CD to ensure that individuals are fully prepared for the day of their exam. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
With over 2,000 multiple choice questions, the Paramedic Exam Review is a must-have tool for students preparing for State or National certification exams. Newly revised, the third edition reflects the requirements of the paramedic level in the National EMS Educational Standards and the American Heart Association Guidelines for ECC and CPR. Questions ranging from easy to complex are written in a style similar to those found on State and National exams, and corresponding answers offer insightful rationale to assist students with comprehension of critical information and ensure that they are prepared for success -- on their certification exam, and beyond. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
This resource prepares students for state and national EMT-Basic certification exams, presenting key objectives of the national curriculum of the Emergency Medical Technician-Basic course and incorporates more than 290 new questions similar to the exam format. More than 1,100 questions are followed by an answer key and rationale. Ideal for certified EMTs who need a concise refresher for recertification.
This edition is completely revised and redesigned for ease of use during preparing for certification examination for Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). The book includes the revised 1994 EMT-basic curriculum, latest American Heart Association CPR standards, and optional EMT skills. Special situations such as pediatric emergencies, rapid extraction, and helmet removal are described.
Author: Bob Elling,Kirsten M. Elling,Mikel A. Rothenberg
Publisher: Delmar Pub
Why-Driven EMS Review, 2E is a series of questions and answers that serves as a supplement, as well as enrichment, to other course materials used in all levels of EMS programs. This supplement follows the DOT Paramedic curriculum objectives and is written in an easy to read style that students of all educational levels will find approachable. Covered topics include the role, responsibility and well being of the EMS provider, general principles of pathology, pharmacology and medicine administration, patient assessment and physical examinations, body system specialties like cardiology and neurology, dealing with various traumas, rescue and crime scene awareness, and the BLS and ACLS information providers need to know. Why-Driven EMS Review, 2E goes beyond the explanations of other EMS text books and offers frank, usable advice on how to handle extreme situations and understand complex material.
For courses in First Responder and Emergency Medical Services Learn to think like an EMR The leader in the field, Emergency Medical Responder, Tenth Edition, provides clear, first responder-level training for fire service, emergency, law enforcement, military, civil, and industrial personnel. The new edition retains all of the successful features from previous editions and includes new topics and concepts that have recently become part of most Emergency Medical Responder programs. Using the new National Emergency Medical Services Education Standards for Emergency Medical Responders as a foundation, Emergency Medical Responder also includes the 2010 American Heart Association guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and First Aid. Critical-thinking First on Scene scenarios and From the Medical Director features offer readers a real-world perspective that will help them learn to think like EMRs.
A first-of-its-kind resource, the "Active Learning Manual: EMT-B" is an accumulation of active learning exercises that extends beyond the classroom, encouraging students to develop a deeper understanding of both the knowledge and skills necessary to become an excellent EMT-Basic. No matter which primary textbook is used, students will benefit immensely from adding the "ALM" to their study program. "Active Learning" is an approach whereby students take an active part in the learning process. This system reaches beyond taking notes, asking questions, and participating in skills practice sessions, where the instructor is placed at the center of the learning. Active learning involves reading, writing, discussing, and solving problems. Simply stated, active learning means getting students involved both in doing things and in "thinking" about the things they are doing. We have assembled a variety of activities that move the student to the center of the learning process. In addition, we have striven to create activities that address as many learning styles as possible. Chapter features include: Chapter Summary: An expanded summary that can be used as a study tool. Med Minute: Contained in clinical chapters, these provide a general overview of commonly prescribed medications students will likely encounter. Pathophysiology Pearls: Also contained in clinical chapters, these are designed to provide information relating to specific medical conditions and/or disease processes. Pearls from the Podium: In non-clinical chapters, these are simple but valuable insights shared by the authors, including study tips, patient care, and career tips. Review Questions: As with so many other things in life, benefits result from increased practice; in this case, the benefits include improved scores on state and national exams. Question types include short answer, multiple choice, and scenario. Case Studies: Two case studies in each chapter allow students to apply critical thinking skills and knowledge. A series of questions follows each case study. Active Exploration: Two in each chapter, here's where the fun begins. Many of these involve getting out of the classroom and actively exploring information and concepts. Retro Review: A minimum of three multiple-choice questions from previous chapters keep the cobwebs from forming on information presented earlier in the course. Thinking and Linking: To put the "puzzle" together, this table is a quick reference guide for relating current chapter information to other chapters.
Key Benefit: Multiple-choice practice exams, written in a format similar to that found on the National Registry exam, will help any EMT-I find success. Key Topics: EMT-Intermediate Self-Assessment Examination Review helps EMT-I's prepare for their certification exams with multiple-choice items written in a similar format to those found on the National Registry exam and other state examinations. Each module ends with an answer section that contains a comprehensive rationale for each correct answer. Case scenario items draw on critical-thinking and problem-solving skills and help EMT-I's apply the concepts they have learned to real-world situation. Key Market: EMTs looking to pass the Intermediate examination as well as for practicing EMT-I's to identify areas where refresher training is needed.