Like our trauma patients, our thoughts on trauma care seem to go to extremes. We must balance prompt transport with adequate assessment and valuable on-scene care. While the need to transport our patients for surgical intervention is undeniable, the physical and mental toolboxes for determining criticality in trauma assessment have never been greater.
One of the greatest things about being an EMS provider is the need to use both your brain and your hands as your tools of the trade. How can you protect yourself and your patient with the proper glove protocol.
We overheard Dan Limmer, our Chief Pass-ologist, talking to a student during his office hours on EMTReview.com. The student had two days until he took the NREMT exam and asked Dan what he thought he should study. Many of you are headed to the NREMT this month after completing your EMT class. We thought you might like to know what Dan said.
We get this question a lot- “which product should I use to study for my NREMT?” We have many options for different learning styles, device preferences and even for the amount of time you have to study!
Differential diagnosis is a hallmark skill for EMTs, AEMTs and paramedics. EMS has progressed beyond the “EMS doesn’t diagnose” days to become a critical thinking-oriented practice in which differential diagnosis is necessary. There’s a tenet stating that 90% of emergency medicine happens in the cognitive domain—the realm of thought. Although EMS providers’ practice is guided […]
by Dan Limmer A student recently emailed me this question: Mr. Limmer, I couldn’t make the review class you held last night because I had to work. I’m taking my NREMT exam tomorrow at 9:00 am. Do you have any suggestions for prepping for the exam? What should students do in the last 24 hours […]
Yesterday’s post on our EMT Review Facebook page was one of our favorites because of the discussion that ensued—thank you to everyone who participated. If you didn’t see it, here’s the question posted: You are treating an injury to the knee as a result of a motorcycle collision. There is severe hemorrhage from the… Posted by […]
What is the ideal exam prep for you? You want practice exams. You want to be able to measure your knowledge—to know where you stand. But it’s not all about exams. You’d like to have a place to review some important facts. Maybe have an experienced educator walk you through some of the important points. […]
We’d be surprised if there’s an educational institution that’s not thinking about how to make its EMT classes more dynamic and convenient. Whether you’re looking to attract more students to your college program or to provide a way to get volunteers trained as EMTs, you need to change. Now. Limmer Creative can help. In an […]
One of the products requested most by our customers is audio. Students have a strong desire to learn outside the classroom—especially when that learning is valuable and insightful and its format matches their on-the-go lifestyle. Auditory learners or students who find reading a challenge will also benefit from an audio presentation. We’re proud to announce two […]