Discusses the NREMT exam and the five content sections you will be tested on.
The way we approach patients depends on their problem. Most patients require an ABC approach but some are CAB. Find out why here.
A patient can bleed to death in a few short minutes. Your skills will be tested in real life—and on the exam. This clinical minute gives you the must-know information and insights on bleeding control.
You’ll be called for diabetic patients. You may have the option of using a blood glucose monitor but the history is also important. This clinical minute explains both.
We can’t see the GI system but there are a lot of organs involved and the potential for serious conditions are many. This clinical minute will tell you how to examine this system.
Perhaps one of the most frequent calls for EMS, it is vital to know how to assess the cardiac and respiratory system. This clinical minute provides information on high-yield techniques.
The neurological system is the control center for the entire body. This clinical minute explains some of the most important neurological assessments you can perform as an EMT.
It is important for an EMT to know how to assess various body systems. This clinical minute explains why.
We all hope for uncomplicated pregnancy but problems do occur. These conditions are important to know for the field and for the NREMT.
Patients tell us symptoms and we have to put together the pieces and make sense of it. This clinical minute explains how.