EMT-Basic

This textbook serves as a free alternative to EMT-Basic course texts based on the National Standard Curriculum of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in the United States. The main content of this text is arranged according to the modules and lessons outlined in the National Standard Curriculum.

All contributions to this wikibook should conform to the National Standard Curriculum which is available online [1]

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Table of Contents

Module 1: Preparatory25% developed

Module 2: Airway0% developed

Module 3: Patient Assessment0% developed

Module 4: Medical/Behavioral Emergencies and OB/GYN0% developed

Module 5: Trauma0% developed

Module 6: Infants and Children0% developed

Module 7: Operations0% developed

Module 8: Advanced Airway (Elective)0% developed

Last modified on 17 March 2012, at 17:31