Emergency Medical Technician - Basic & Paramedic

Indian Institute of Emergency Medical Services
In Kottayam

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  • Certificate
  • Inhouse
  • Kottayam
  • Duration:
    6 Months
Description

Provide Emergency Medical Services.
Suitable for: INC recognized B. Sc Nursing Graduates. INC recognized Diploma in Nursing/GNM

Important information
Venues

Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Kottayam
1st Floor, Noya Plaza, Kalathilpaddy, Kottayam - 686010, Kerala, INDIA, 686010, Kerala, India
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Frequent Asked Questions

· Requirements

Candidates who are physically fit to carry and transfer patients, crisis management, troubleshooter, attitude, and concern for the patient.

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Teachers and trainers (1)

Dr. Abraham George, MD Dr. George
Dr. Abraham George, MD Dr. George
Chief of Emergency Medical Services @ IIEMS

An US-Trained Paramedic who later went on to do complete his medical school and specialized as an Emergency Physician. Dr. George has 16 years of experience in EMS and Emergency Medicine in USA.

Course programme

The Paramedic Program is an intensive 12-month course offered through Bucks County Community College - Pennsylvania USA. IIEMS offers this through 2 modules.

Emergency Medical Technician - Basic:

The minimum eligibility to do the EMT Paramedic certification course is that the candidate should have successfully completed B. Sc or GNM Nursing with EMT-B international certification program. IIEMS offers EMT-B certification though Bucks County Community College - Pennsylvania USA. EMT-B is a 3-month program comes with American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) and International Trauma Life Support (ITLS) certifications and also involves theory and skills training in the following areas also;

*Basic Knowledge of Human Anatomy & Physiology
*Patient Assessment
*Manage Compromised Airways
*Trauma Care
*Managing Medical Emergencies
*Administration of Basic Medications
*Utilization of Basic Life Support Equipment
*Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
*Hemorrhage Control
*Fracture and Spinal Immobilization/ Management
*Managing Environmental Emergencies
*Emergency Childbirth
*Use of a Semi-Automatic Defibrillator

Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic:

After a candidate successfully completes the EMT-B certification program with 6-months of theory (with EMS and ED clinical rotations) and next 3 months of Field Internship. The candidates will also undergo certification in American Heart Association's Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS). In addition to this the candidate will also be given opportunity to undergo the much sought after American College of Surgeons' Advanced Trauma Care for Nurses (ATCN) international certification program. An EMT Paramedic will prove his proficiency in the following topics:

Preparatory
1. EMS Systems/ Roles and Responsibilities
2. The Well-Being of the Paramedic
3. Illness and Injury Prevention
4. Medical/ Legal Issues
5. Ethics
6. General Principles of Pathophysiology
7. Pharmacology
8. Venous Access and Medication Administration
9. Therapeutic Communications
10. Life Span Development

Airway: Airway Management and Ventilation

Patient Assessment
1. History Taking
2. Techniques of Physical Examination
3. Patient Assessment
4. Clinical Decision Making
5. Communications
6. Documentation

Trauma
1. Trauma Systems and Mechanism of Injury
2. Hemorrhage and Shock
3. Soft Tissue Trauma
4. Burns
5. Head and Facial Trauma
6. Spinal Trauma
7. Thoracic Trauma
8. Abdominal Trauma
9. Musculoskeletal Trauma

Medical
1. Pulmonary
2. Cardiology
3. Neurology
4. Endocrinology
5. Allergies and Anaphylaxis
6. Gastroenterology
7. Renal/ Urology
8. Toxicology
9. Hematology
10. Environmental Conditions
11. Infectious and Communicable Diseases
12. Behavioral and Psychiatric Disorders
13. Gynecology
14. Obstetrics

Special Considerations
1. Neonatology
2. Pediatrics
3. Geriatrics
4. Abuse and Assault
5. Patients with Special Challenges
6. Acute Interventions for the Chronic Care Patient

Assessment Based Management

Operations
1. Ambulance Operations
2. Medical Incident Command
3. Rescue Awareness and Operations
4. Hazardous Materials Incidents
5. Crime Scene Awareness

Clinical Rotations

Both EMT-B and EMT-P programs comply to the US National Standards Curriculum (NSC) and Department of Transportation (DoT) guidelines. We will have certified international and national facilities represent and conduct the programs at our IIEMS campus. A batch will comprise of only max 25 B. Sc/ GNM Nursing graduates. Candidates who complete EMT-P program will be awarded certification from Bucks County Community College - PA USA and will be internationally recognized as a certified Paramedic thus opening up immense career opportunities as an EMT in US, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, and the Middle East!

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Payment options: In Installments

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