How is your airway knowledge? At the paramedic level, this not only includes basic and advanced airways but blood gasses and difficult airway decisions. You’ll see all of that and more as you evaluate your knowledge in this section.
Take practice tests based on each of the five NREMT exam sections. Then, use your results from these tests to determine your strengths and weaknesses so you can focus your study time on the areas where you need it most.
Airway, Ventilation, and Respiration
Can you handle patients in respiratory distress? Do you know how to adjust your technique for patients with special injuries or conditions? This test covers all aspects of airway, ventilation and respiration.
Cardiology and Resuscitation
In this test you’ll have to interpret blood pressure anomalies, correctly diagnose patients with subtle symptoms, make quick decisions for pediatric patients and prove your CPR know-how, among many other scenarios.
Cardiology and Resuscitation (Paramedic)
Cardiology is a big portion of the paramedic scope of practice and resuscitation requires significant knowledge and decision making. It is also a big part of the exam. The NREMT says 22 -26% of the exam is on this topic alone. Test your knowledge now.
Medical emergencies are by far the most common call—and the NREMT contains a high percentage of questions on these emergencies. This exam covers a wide range of medical emergencies to be sure you are prepared.
Medical Emergencies and OB
Secretions, chemical exposures, seizures and panic-stricken patients, plus every kind of childbirth you can imagine: The one thing these scenarios have in common is urgency! Take this test to see which areas you know best – and which ones you don’t.
OB and Neonatal (Paramedic)
How do you prepare for the challenging OB and neonatal questions you are sure to get on the NREMT? Use this diagnostic test to assess your readiness. This diagnostic exam covers various normal and complicated delivery situations and resuscitation.
A critical but sometimes overlooked section of the NREMT is EMS operations. This test measures how well you understand communication and transportation protocols, scene safety practices and operational decision-making.
Operations covers a wide range of topics. This includes some of the preparatory material as well as the traditional Haz-Mat, operations, MCI and terrorism content. This diagnostic test covers operations to let you know where you stand.
Pediatric patients can be stressful on the street—and on the NREMT! Be sure you are prepared by completing this diagnostic exam with a wide range of pediatric patients and situations.