EMR Training Manual

Greater Miami Valley EMS Council



ALTE

Abbreviations

Abdominal Pain

Adult Abuse

Airway Maintenance

Allergic Reactions or Anaphylaxis

Asthma or Emphysema or COPD

Bradycardia

Burns and Smoke Inhalation

Carbon Monoxide

Cardiac Arrest in Pregnancy

Cardiac Arrest-BLS

Cardiac Dysrhythmias Bradycardia

Cardiovascular Emergencies

Chempacks

Chest Pain

Childbirth

Communicating with Hospitals

Crisis Standards of Care

Crush Syndrome

DNR-Comfort Care & Comfort Care Arrest

Delivery Complications

Drowning

Drug Bag Exchange

EMR Change Log

EpiPen Administration Check Sheet

Extremity Injuries

Eye Injuries

Fever

Field Termination

Frostbite

HazMat

HazMat, Biological

HazMat, Cyanide

HazMat, Hydrofluoric Acid

HazMat, Organophosphate

HazMat, Pepper Spray

Hazardous Drug Exposure

Head Injury

Heat Exposure

Hemorrhage Control

Hospital Capabilities Chart

Hypothermia

Major Trauma

Naloxone (Narcan)

Newborn Resuscitation

Non-Initiation of Care

Obstetrical Emergencies

Overdose or Poisoning

PAT Triangle

Pediatric Abuse

Phone List

Prehospital Field Triage

Psychiatric Patients

Pulmonary Edema

Regional Hospital Notification System

Respiratory Distress

Rights of Medication Administration

Run Documentation Requirements

Safe Harbor

Salt Triage

Seizures

Sepsis

Shock

Spinal Motion Restriction

Stipulations

Stroke

Suspected Cardiac Chest Pain

Tachycardia

Temporary Diversion of Emergency Patients

Third Trimester Bleeding

Transport Guidelines

Trauma Criteria

Trauma Emergencies

apparent life threatening event (alte)

atropine

diazepam

duodote

epinephrine epipen

patient capacity and consent, psychiatric and combative patients

pralidoxime (2-pam)

 

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