Apr 24, 2019  
Spring 2019 Catalog 
    
Spring 2019 Catalog

EG 110 - Paramedic Clinical II


Credit Hours: 1

Building on the introductory experience gained in EG 109 in the emergency department, the student will develop added confidence in the skills of patient assessment, vital signs, blood draws and IV insertions, while under the supervision of designated clinical preceptors in ERs. Observation in the Cadaver Lab of Daemen College will afford the student the opportunity to see anatomical landmarks in relation to field interventions. Students will attend a seminar on early stroke recognition and treatment and observe the diagnostic testing and early interventions performed with new onset stroke victims. Students will also attend the Cardiac Angiography lab to view diagnostic procedures and treatments related to coronary reperfusion. The Cardiac Electrophysiology lab will expose students to diagnostic procedures and treatments of acute cardiac dysrhythmias. The Cardiac Stress lab will provide students the opportunity to perform and interpret 12 lead EKG's during diagnostic testing.  Communication skills, both written and spoken, will be emphasized and reinforced through experiences at the county radio dispatch center (MERS).

Course Outcomes
Upon completion of this course and in addition to the outcomes of EG 109, students will be able to:

  • calculate proper medication dosages and administer medications via the appropriate route utilizing appropriate aseptic techniques;
  • document the patient response to medication administration along with any adverse affects;
  • perform and interpret a 12 lead EKG and perform the appropriate treatment protocol; and
  • communicate effectively with patients, family and staff, integrating history and physical examination findings and treatments.


Corequisites: EG 105, EG 106, EG 107, EG 108
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