Whether it is on the street or sitting for the NREMT you’ll experience stress at many points in your EMS career. This clinical minute suggests ways you can deal with it.
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Clinical Minute: Spinal Assessment
With new spinal motion restriction protocols, assessment of the spine has never been more important. This clinical minute reviews important concepts in spinal assessment.
Clinical Minute: Spinal Motion Restriction
Spinal care has changed recently. We now use a process called spinal motion restriction. It is a big change and this clinical minute explains it.
Clinical Minute: Stages of Death and Dying
There are 5 stages of death and dying. This clinical minute discusses each and the relevant to patients and family you will meet.
Clinical Minute: Supine Hypotensive Syndrome
Pregnant patients can develop a severe condition while in your care—but you can prevent and treat it. This clinical minute discussed supine hypotensive syndrome.
Clinical Minute: The Three Stages of Labor
Childbirth involves three stages of labor. You should know these for the street and for the exam and this clinical minute will tell you what you need to know.
Clinical Minute: Triage
When you respond to “the big one” you may be faced with multiple patients. It is essential to know how to prioritize the patients with a concept called triage. This clinical minute explains the basics of triage.
Clues in NREMT Questions (Patient Matching Exercise)
Train yourself to recognize clues within NREMT question stems.
Differential Diagnosis: NREMT Practice Question From NAEMSE 2020
A 45 year old female has left-sided weakness that started 20 minutes ago. She has difficulty finding the right words to answer your questions. Her vital signs are P 86, R 14, BP 142/74, and SpO2 is 96% on room air. You should next…
Digesting A NREMT Question: Types Of Shock
Here’s a practice question for the NREMT. While the question itself isn’t particularly difficult, it’s a good opportunity to look at the process for analyzing and answering Registry questions.