EMT 13 Adult CPR and Standard First Aid (0.5)
Credit, Degree Applicable
The newest techniques in Standard First Aid and Adult Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation. Instruction includes how to activate the Emergency Medical Services System, handle life-threatening emergencies, identify and care of serious secondary survey conditions. American Heart Association Adult Heartsaver and City College of San Francisco First Aid cards will be awarded to those who quality.
Formerly HLTH 13. Students enrolled in this course will be assessed a $5 lab/material fee for CPR and First Aid cards and certifications.
Offered on occasion
Students enrolled in this course will be assessed a $5 lab/material fee for CPR and First Aid cards and certifications.
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Outcome 1: Click to Edit
- Outcome 2: Describe, analyze, and explain the
- Outcome 3: Demonstrate the ability to perform a secondary survey and provide care for other injuries until advanced medical services arrives.
- Outcome 4: Identify, compare and contrast the risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease.
- Outcome 5: Demonstrate competency in the performance of Rescue Breathing, Airway Obstruction, and CPR skills for adults.
- Outcome 6: Describe the principles and demonstrate how to use the automated external defibrillation in the Chain of Survival.
- Outcome 7: Demonstrate competency in the performance of controlling bleeding and preventing shock.
- Outcome 8: Describe the care for heat, electrical and chemical burns.
- Outcome 9: Explain treatment for eye and nose injuries.
- Outcome 10: Define the proper care for bites and stings.
- Outcome 11: Determine ability to care for fractures, dislocations, sprains and strains.
- Outcome 12: Determine the correct procedures for poisoning emergencies.
- Outcome 13: Identify care for medical emergencies such as diabetes, stroke, and seizures.
- Outcome 14: Identify the care for environmental emergencies such as heat and cold exposure.
- Outcome 15: Demonstrate competency on how to move an injured person.