Part of Dan’s “Ask Me Anything” series to help people prepare for the NREMT. Delve into medical emergencies and OB to test your knowledge on the questions provided and hear what your follow students are asking about!
We all hope for uncomplicated pregnancy but problems do occur. These conditions are important to know for the field and for the NREMT.
Why does it seem like there is a lot of OB questions on the NREMT? This video helps explain it—and how to best study.
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.
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.
As women progress through pregnancy, one of the more dangerous conditions that they may experience is that of eclampsia and preeclampsia. Both are classified as hypertensive disorders in the pregnant patient. An awareness of conditions that may predispose patients to preeclampsia and eclampsia are an important baseline for recognition.
This area requires you to apply critical thinking to your classroom knowledge. Test these skills on a variety of high-stakes situations.
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.
We are on our third installment of NREMT FAQs, sent in by students during our live review session! This time around, our student attendees had questions involving: Test Anxiety, OB/PEDS, and Medical Terminology.
Learn the pathophysiology of pregnancy, birth, complications, and obstetrical emergencies. Review assessment of the pregnant woman and neonate.