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ASM 300 Series

$125.00 $95.00

Advanced Class Curriculum

9am-5pm, Sun, March 23, 2014 at Dutchess Community College

Learn to be a leader at a scene as well as how to assist the EMS when they arrive. Note: Must complete a 100 series class within two years or attend a Basic Refresher. CES issue

Description

ASM Advanced Bystander Assistance
Advanced Class Curriculum

9am-5pm, Sun, March 23, 2014 at Dutchess Community College

Instructor: Vicki Sanfelipo. Assistant Instructor: Christine Firehock. Open to the General Public.

Learn to be a leader at a scene as well as how to assist the EMS when they arrive. Note: Must complete a 100 series class within two years or attend a Basic Refresher. CEs issue.

Educational Objectives

Identify the different levels of EMS, who may respond and how I can interact with them.

  1. Levels of the EMS, where they are found and what the Bystander’s role is
  2. Chain of survival
  3. Demonstration/ Practice Longboardng including spinal immobilization and transfer of care

Discuss techniques to maintain and airway such as safely clearing an airway and properly inserting an oral airway.

  1. Safely & effectively clear the Airway
  2. Cricoid Pressure application
  3. Proper measurement & Insertion of Oral Airways

Identify 3 common medical emergencies, what do about them in the field and how to recognize when to call for help.

  1. Signs and symptoms of asthma and treatment (Stay & Play or call for help)?
  2. Signs & symptoms of diabetes and treatment (Stay & Play or call for help)?
  3. Signs & symptoms of chest pain and treatment (Stay & Play or call for help)?

Identify a femoral fracture, how and why to apply traction and how to transfer traction.

  1. Femoral Pressure Point to control bleeding in the leg
  2. Femoral traction application in a way that is able to be maintained until EMS arrives
  3. Transfer traction to EMS when they arrive

Perform a Head to Toe Assessment to look for injuries.

  1. Steps of a head to toe assessment
  2. Actions to take if you found particular injuries.

Describe the importance of a leader at a crash scene as well as the many roles of bystanders and tasks that may need to be performed.

  1. Identification of injuries and roles of the bystander (including leadership)
  2. Prioritization of injuries using ABCSS of trauma
  3. Use of proper “tools” (i.e. Trauma Shear) needed for situation.

Recognize signs of critical incident stress and ways to reduce post traumatic stress.

  1. Role of emotion in a critical situation
  2. Examples of ways to recognize when PTS (post traumatic stress) is becoming an issue
  3. Resources to be able to deal with PTS in self or others

 

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