The Paramedic Review Manual for National Certificationis designed to prepare you to sit for the National Certification Exam by including the same type of skill-based and multiple-choice questions that you are likely to see on the exam. The review manual will also evaluate your mastery of the material presented in your Paramedic training program. By completing the practice questions and exercises in this review manual, you will be able to identify any weak areas you may have, allowing you to adjust your pre-exam studies accordingly.The Paramedic Review Manual for National Certification includes:-practice questions with answers and model exam-step-by-step walkthrough of skills including helpful tips, commonly made errors, and sample scenarios-self-scoring guide and winning test taking tips-coverage of the entire 1998 US DOT Paramedic curriculumOrganized in four sections, the review manual covers:Section I: Overview of the 1998 EMT-Paramedic National Standard Curriculum.Section II: Provides a total of 360 practice questions and rationales that are similar in style to what the candidate is likely to encounter on EMS certification exams.Section III: Provides the candidate with information about the National EMT-Paramedic practical examination. This section includes copies of the performance skill sheets, requirements for successful completion of each skill, common errors made during the performance of each skill, and hints on how to qrecoverq should the candidate make a mistake during the performance of a skill.Section IV: Provides answers and detailed rationales to the practice questions and scenarios in sections II and III.SMI station continued8. 9. ... In your 2-minute setup time, preconnect the syringe to the ET tube. When you grab the ... Have the stethoscope hanging around your neck as you are progressing through this station. This is a ... Play it safe, count out loud to yourself as you suction the patient and limit suction time to 10 seconds .
|Title||:||Paramedic Review Manual for National Certification|
|Author||:||Stephen J. Rahm, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Learning - 2002-11|