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EMR Section 1 Review

Chapter 1-6 Review

Chapter One Pg. 4-16
EMR Emergency Medical Responder
EMS Emergency Medical Services System
Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP Location where emergency calls are answered
Emergency Medical Dispatcher (EMDs) Person who is trained to answer and prioritize emergency calls
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Minimum training level to staff an ambulance
Advanced EMT (AEMT) Level of advanced training to start IVs and intubate
Paramedic Highest level of nationally recognized training
Community Paramedic Paramedic who cares people in their home
Tiered Response System where EMTs and Paramedics respond separately
Trauma Center Hospital specializing in trauma care (major bleeding)
Pediatric Center Hospital specializing in pediatric care (for children who are ill or injured
Created by: 15vvega