AEMT Training Manual

Greater Miami Valley EMS Council



APGAR scores

Abbreviations

Abdominal pain

Abuterol (proventil)

Administering the Nerve Agent Antidote Auto-Injector Kit

Adult & pediatric trauma arrest

Airway maintenance

Albuterol

Allergic reaction or anaphylaxis

Antidote resources

Apparent life threatening event (alte)

Aspirin

Asprin (abbreviated as asa)

Asthma, Emphysema, COPD

Atropine

Atropine

Burns or smoke inhalation

CHANGE LOG

Carbon monoxide (co) poisoning

Cardiac Arrest-Pregnancy

Cardiac Arrest-VFIB or Pulseless VT

Cardiac arrest: asystole or pea

Cardiac dysrhythmias: bradycardia or tachycardia

Cardiovascular Emergencies

Chempack

Chest Pain

Childbirth

Communicating with hospital or medical control

Communicating with the Hospital

Crisis Standards of Care

Crush Syndrome

Crush syndrome trauma

D10

DNR - Comfort Care And Comfort Care Arrest

Delivery Complications

Diabetic Refusal

Diazepam

Diazepam (valium)

Diphenhydramine

Diphenhydramine (benadryl)

Drowning

Drug Bag Exchange

Duodote

End Tidal CO2—Colorimetric

Epinephrine epipen

Esophageal Detector Device (EDD)

Extrapyramidal Reactions

Extremity Injuries

Eye Injuries

Fentanyl

Fever

Frostbite

Glasgow coma scale (gcs)

Glucagon

HazMat

HazMat, Biological

HazMat, Cyanide

HazMat, Hydrofluoric Acid

HazMat, Organophosphate or Nerve Agent

HazMat, Pepper Spray

Hazardous Drug Exposure

Head Injury

Heat Exposure

Hemorrhage Control

Hospital Capabilities

Hypoglycemia

Hypothermia

Initial care

Intubation

Io insertion

Ipratropium (atrovent)

Lidocaine 2%

Maintenance existing med pumps

Major Trauma

Midazolam

Morphine

Naloxone

Nebulized Meds

Nebulized medication

Newborn Resuscitation

Nitroglycerine

Non-Initiation of Care

Normal saline

Normosol-r

Obstetrical Emergencies

Obtaining a 12-lead ekg

Ondansetron

Oral glucose

Overdose or Poisoning

Pain Protocol

Pain control protocol

Pat

Patient Capacity, Consent, Psychiatric And Combative Patients

Pediatric Abuse

Phone List

Plasmalyte-a or isolyte

Pralidoxime (2-pam)

Prehospital Field Triage

Protocol Drug Information Statement

Psychiatric Patients

Pulmonary Edema

Regional Hospital Notification

Respiratory Distress

Resuscitation efforts and field term

Rights of Medicine Administration

Run Documentation Requirements

SUPRAGLOTTIC AIRWAY DEVICE

Safe Harbor

Salt triage

Seizures

Sepsis

Shock

Spinal motion restriction

Stipulations

Stroke

Suspected cardiac chest pain

Tachycardia

Temporary Diversion of Emergency Patients

Tension pneumothorax

Transport Guidelines

Trauma Criteria

Trauma Emergencies

Trauma transport guidelines

aicd activations

 

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