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Why should you become an AEMT?

Best Practice Medicine

Is it worth it to get a 16 week long AEMT certification at Best Practice Medicine when you can get your endorsements over a weekend and be able to do the same thing? Short answer — yes it is 100% worth it.

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The New NREMT Exams

The EMS Educator

On July 1, 2024, the NREMT will transition from the current psychomotor examinations to the new AEMT Certification Examination and new Paramedic Certification Examination. On July 1, 2024, the NREMT will transition from the current psychomotor examinations to the new AEMT Certification Examination and new Paramedic Certification Examination.

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Three exciting facts - Advanced EMT

Best Practice Medicine

Advanced Emergency Medical Technicians (AEMTs) are the sweet spot of Emergency Medical Services. Two AEMT courses are upcoming at Best Practice Medicine, get registered today to secure your spot!

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Advice From an FTO

High Performance EMS

Corey Harris, Field Training Officer, NC/SC AEMT It doesn’t matter whether you are in an FTO position or not, the next generation is watching you and will mimic your behavior. Be sure you display what you want to see in them.

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NCOAE’s EMT Training Opens the Doors to Jobs Across the U.S.

NCOAE

National Registry Certification examinations evaluate the competence of EMS practitioners at a variety of levels, including Emergency Medical Responder (EMR), Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT), and Paramedic.

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Are EMTs and Paramedics the Same Thing?

Utah's Paramedic and EMS Academy

Paramedics, by contrast, must have a paramedic certification, which involves having a current Utah EMT certification, taking the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) certification test, followed by the Paramedic National Certification Exam.

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Recerts and New Protocols

Peter Canning

AEMTs may administer epinephrine IV in cardiac arrest.* The atropine dose for symptomatic bradycardia has been increased to 1 mg every 3-5 minutes to a total of 3 mg. Passive oxygenation (via nonrebreather) and continuous cardiac compressions should no longer be used for cardiac arrest in absence of an advanced airway.

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