This 10-question quiz tests your knowledge on the 2015 AHA guidelines for BLS and CPR. Are you a CPR master… or should someone be checking your pulse?
Limmer Creative proudly supplies educational quizzes to industry-leading EMS1.com. Focusing on a variety of clinical topics, these challenging quizzes give you the opportunity to test your knowledge and then learn through detailed answer rationales. The results are fun—and you can share them with your friends and fellow students.
The introductory module of any course has important information, but EMT students frequently gloss over that content for the “cool” material. This quiz will reveal if you paid attention on A&P, lifespan development, medical/legal and more.
Chest pain is a frequent patient complaint, but not all chest pain is due to a cardiac emergency. Understanding the anatomy and physiology of the cardiac and respiratory systems, as well as the mechanism of action for treatments, is important for effective patient care.
Test your knowledge of the highest-selling and most commonly prescribed to patients with chronic illness and disease.
This 10 question quiz contains medical terms taken from the Instructional Guidelines that accompany the National EMS Education Standards. Each of the terms in this quiz are found within that document and are in the scope of an EMT to know. How well do you know your EMT terms?
EMS providers are on the frontlines of an opioid overdose in the United States. Have you become an expert at assessing narcotics overdose and administering naloxone?
Medicine is full of nooks and crannies. Many patients love to tell you about their medical conditions — sometimes in way more detail than we need. How well do you know some of the conditions your patients share with you? This quiz will help you find out.
Pediatric patients are challenging and infrequent. Adding criticality to the pediatric call is even more unnerving. This quiz is designed to test your knowledge with these 8 questions on critical pediatric situations.
The following 10 questions test your knowledge on shock. Each of these questions are appropriate for an EMT under the EMS Education Standards.
Triage is infrequently used in the field, but it is important for any EMT to understand. You never know when you’re going to be first on scene for a big one.