NREMT and Final Exams

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Please keep this list in mind as a  final Review checklist:

AHA Chain of Survival
Assessment and treatment for a patient with chest pain
Causes of cardiac arrest
Causes of chest pain
Contraindications for nitroglycerin administration
Effects of nitroglycerin
Initial assessment techniques
Proper use of an AED, Complications associated with AED use
Signs and symptoms of a stroke
Signs and symptoms of cardiac compromise
Signs and symptoms of congestive heart failure
Signs and symptoms of myocardial infarction
Treating a cardiac patient who suddenly becomes unresponsive
Treating a patient immediately after resuscitation from cardiac arrest
Treating a patient in cardiac arrest
Treating a pediatric patient in cardiac arrest


Assessing a diabetic patient
Assessing a patient with possible hazardous material exposure
Assessing and treating special populations
Communicating with a patient with a psychological disorder
Complications of oral glucose administration
Indications for oral glucose administration
Initial assessment of a medical patient
Questions to ask when assessing a patient
Side effects of epinephrine administration
Signs and symptoms of a hyperglycemic or hypoglycemic event
Signs and symptoms of an anxiety attack
Signs and symptoms of an electrical injury
Signs and symptoms of an overdose
Signs and symptoms of heat stroke
Signs and symptoms of tuberculosis
Treating a bee sting
Treating a hypothermic patient
Treating a patient who has been poisoned
Treating a patient with a chemical burns
Treating a patient with a heat emergency
Treating a patient with an anaphylactic reaction
Treatment for an unresponsive near-drowning patient


Anatomy of the circulatory system
Assessing and treating a patient with a suspected spine injury
Classification of burns
Identifying appropriate splinting methods
Indications for removing a patient’s helmet
Indications for the use of an occlusive dressing
Indications for use of a PASG
Physiology of hypoperfusion
Recognizing the need for transport via helicopter
Risk factors, signs, and symptoms of internal bleeding
Signs and symptoms of chest injuries
Signs and symptoms of hypoperfusion, compensated and decompensated shock
Signs and symptoms of increased intracranial pressure
Treating a patient with a penetrating chest injury
Treating a patient with an amputation
Treating a patient with an extremity injury
Treating a patient with an open abdominal injury
Treating a patient with facial trauma
Treating a patient with multi-system trauma
Treating a patient with severe external bleeding
Treating an ejected patient
Treating an open neck wound
Treating burn patients


Airway management  for a child with facial trauma
Causes of seizures
Common causes of pediatric death
Complications of delivery
Interacting with pediatric patients
Oxygen administration for a pediatric patient
Positioning of a pregnant patient during transport
Post-delivery care of a neonate
Post-delivery resuscitation care
Progression of respiratory emergencies
Responding to a case of suspected child abuse
Signs and symptoms of an asthma attack
Signs and symptoms of dehydration
Signs and symptoms of eclampsia
Signs and symptoms of imminent delivery
Signs and symptoms of respiratory distress
Treating a child in respiratory distress
Treating a child with a fever
Treating a child with a penetrating injury
Treating a child with an airway obstruction
Treating a child with burns
Treating a child with dehydration
Treating a patient with epiglottitis
Treating a pregnant patient with a traumatic injury
Treatment of a multi-system trauma patient


Administration of a bronchodilator MDI
Appropriate ventilation rates – adults, children, infants, for head injury
Assessment and treatment of a patient with a foreign body obstruction
Assessment and treatment of an asthmatic patient
Complications of assisted ventilations
Determining the appropriate oxygen delivery device based on patient signs, symptoms, and history
Identification of hypoxia
Indications and techniques for suctioning
Indications and techniques for using an oral or nasal airway
Respiratory assessment
Signs and symptoms of chronic bronchitis
Signs and symptoms of emphysema
Signs and symptoms of hyperventilation syndrome
Signs and symptoms of respiratory failure
Signs, symptoms, and treatment of an occluded airway
Techniques for opening the airway of an infant
Treating a patient in respiratory arrest
Treating a vomiting patient
Treatment for a patient in respiratory failure


Communicating with a hospital
Communicating with deaf patients
Completing legal documents
Different types of patient consent
Documenting patient refusal of care
Driving an emergency vehicle with lights and sirens
Identifying the need for rapid extrication
Infection control precautions
Job responsibilities at an MCI
Obtaining access to a patient
Ongoing patient assessment
Preparing your ambulance for a call
Preserving evidence at a crime scene
Questions to ask when assessing a patient
Removing a patient from a tight space
Responding to a hazardous material incident
Responding to a patient who refuses care
Responding to an unsafe scene
Restraining a combative patient
Stages of the grieving process
Techniques for decontamination
Treating a patient with a valid DNR

Please share with us you trials and tribulations of National Registry it is always a pleasure to hear from you.


Good Luck!!



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