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Flashcards for Paramedics
Make every minute count! Use your smartphone to study for your Paramedic certification! iTunes has an app just for paramedics.
Paramedic Exam Flashcards
Android apps are available for a nominal cost:
EMT-Paramedic Guide & Quiz
Or look for reviews of apps from reliable journals: Review
Practical Clinical Skills-- visit this site to develop skills in hearing breath sounds, abnormal and normal heart rhythms and other essential observations for assessing patients.
Emergency Medicine Tips
Are you prepared to respond to an intracranial bleed or a massive GI bleed? Get the detailed steps to follow from the Clerkship Directors of Emergency Medicine! Choose "The Approach to" and "Specific Diseases" for important guidelines for emergency medicine response.
Traumamedic -- An enterprising Illinois EMT has collected many pages from hospitals and other education sites presenting quizzes, scenarios and simulators on emergency medicine. Give his Skills and Testing page a try for challenging practice.
Chemical Hazards Emergency
Everyone is depending on first responders to deal with injuries from chemical hazards. The Department of Health and Human Services has prepared materials to help First Responders be better prepared for all types of emergencies.
First Responders Emergency Preparedness
FEMA has prepared this brochure on emergency preparedness for first responders.
Psychology and First Responders
The National Center for PTSD and the National Child Traumatic Stress Network have developed the Psychological First Aid guide for first responders. This guide is an evidence-informed modular approach for assisting people in the immediate after effects of disaster.
Psychological First Aid