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EMT 210 - Paramedic Theories I


This course focuses on anatomy and physiology, the normal pathophysiology of human systems, and how these systems are related during medical emergencies. This course emphasizes the pathophysiologic changes that occur during common medical emergencies and treatment modalities based on these changes. It also includes math applications associated with prehospital pharmacology and medial terminology.

Prerequisites:
(Corequisites: EMT 211, 212, 213 and 214.)

Credits: (5).

Lab/Lecture Hours:
5 hrs. lecture.

Students must be admitted into the Paramedic Program before they can register for any 200 level EMT courses.



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