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Practical training - emergency care, basic level (AV-2-046)

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Examiner: Rehnström Henrik

Learning outcomes

  • - The student understand the prehospital
    process (from alarming of the unit to returning to
    the station).
  • - The student can function as a
    healthcare professional with patient and relatives
  • - The student is familiar with the
    directives of care and any standard operations
    protocols for EMT level of the unit and the
    student understand the role of prehospital care
    in the healthcare system
  • - The student can perform a quality
    primary and
    secondary patient
    assessment
  • - The student is able to perform
    assessment and
    care to low-risk
    medical and trauma patients.
  • - The student recognizes abnormalities in
    the
    vital functions and
    recognizes a critical patient
  • - The student can function as part of a
    team
    (as
    a student) in
    treatment of low-risk and high-risk
    patients.
  • - The student is able to correctly and
    with
    good
    judgement assess
    the correct care facility of a low-risk
    patient
  • - The student is familiar with and can
    operate
    treatment and
    transport equipment
  • - The student can adequately perform a
    verbal
    and
    written report of
    the patient
  • - The student can correctly service and
    clean
    the
    ambulance unit
  • - The student is familiar with and can
    operate
    radio communications
    devices in the unit
  • - The student is familiar with, and
    understand
    the function of,
    different authorities, including police
    services,
    rescue services,
    Emergency Dispatch Center, social care
    and
    different facilities of
    care
  • - The student can adequately discuss the
    patophysiology, symptoms,
    findings and care of the most common
    medical
    and
    trauma cases
  • - The student is familiar with the most
    common
    medicines used by
    patients and knows how to, and where, to
    find
    additional informatio
    on them
  • - The student can recoqnize the
    mechanisms of
    injury and typical
    injuries of trauma
  • - The student is able to assess their own
    actions
    in nursing
    situations and can also adequately
    describe
    their
    own goals