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Emergency Medical Technician

Instructions: This checklist is meant to serve as a general guideline for our client facilities as to the level of your skills within your nursing specialty. Please use the scale below to describe your experience/expertise in each area listed below.

Skills

No Experience Need Traning Able to perform with Supervision Able to perform Independetly
Vital Sign – PULSE
Vital Sign – RESPIRATION
Vital Sign – LUNG SOUNDS
Vital Sign – BLOOD PRESSURE
Vital Sign – PULSE OXIMETRY
Basic Airway – OROPHARYNGEAL AIRWAY (OPA)
Basic Airway – NASOPHARYNGEAL AIRWAY (NPA)
Basic Airway – ORAL SUCTIONING
Basic Airway – BAG VALVE MASK
Basic Airway – OXYGEN ADMINISTRATION
Advanced Airway – MULTI-LUMEN AIRWAY (COMBI-TUBE)
Patient Assessment – TRAUMA
Patient Assessment – MEDICAL
Bleeding Control/Shock Management
PNEUMATIC ANTI SHOCK GARMENT (MAST)
Spinal Immobilization – B/B (SUPINE PT.)
Spinal Immobilization – KED (SEATED PT.)
Helmet Removal – FOOTBALL
Helmet Removal – MOTORCYCLE
Splinting – LONG BONE
Splinting – BIPOLAR TRACTION (HARE)
Splinting – UNIPOLAR TRACTION (SAGER)
Scoop Stretcher
BLS/ALS – Cardiac Arrest Management (AED)
BLS/ALS – Nitroglycerin Administration (NTG)
BLS/ALS – Epinephrine Administration (EPI)
CPR – ADULT / CHILD / INFANT
FBAO – ADULT / CHILD / INFANT

I hereby certify that ALL information I have provided on this skills checklist, is true and accurate. I understand and acknowledge that any misrepresentation or omission may result in disqualification from employment and/or immediate termination.