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The Emergency Trauma Technician training program is 40 hours in length and teaches the basics of emergency medical care. The ETT provides basic life support such as patient assessment, splinting, hemorrhage control, oxygen therapy, suction, CPR and use of automated external defibrillators AEDs. The course has evolved considerably since it was first developed in Southeast Alaska for use in logging camps. The ETT course can be modified to meet the particular needs of the students or community.
This course is approximately 40 hours in length. Clearly, most treatment procedures performed in any EMS System, regardless of level, are basic life support procedures. Basic skills should be maintained regardless of certification level. The use of a manual external defibrillator requires separate certification as a Defibrillator Technician. You will also receive your Provider CPR certification during this course. ETT certification is a prerequisite. This course is approximately 80 hours in length.
The EMT-2 class is at least 56 hours in length and prepares the student to initiate intravenous lines and administer fluids and certain medications. Certification as an EMT-2 also requires that the individual be under the sponsorship of a department approved physician medical director. Also included in the training program is the use of morphine, lidocaine, atropine, and epinephrine.
The EMT-3 training program is at least 56 hours in length. A person must have ten patient contacts and ten venipunctures as an EMT-2 in order to be enter an EMT-3 training program. As with the EMT-2, certification requires that the individual be under the sponsorship of a department approved physician medical director. AACLooking for a paramedic program in Anchorage
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Paramedic Training And Schools In Anchorage, Alaska