Advanced Diploma in Emergency Medical Services

Embark on a comprehensive journey through the world of Advanced Diploma in Emergency Medical Services with our course.

Comprehensive Content

Flexible Learning Options

Expert Instructor

This course enables the candidate to gain experience in the Emergency health services specially related to provision of pre-hospital care and transport of the sick and injured. An Emergency Medical Service (EMS) can be defined as "a comprehensive system which provides the arrangements of personnel, facilities and equipment for the effective, coordinated and timely delivery of health and safety services to victims of sudden illness or injury." The aim of EMS focuses on providing timely care to victims of sudden and life-threatening injuries or emergencies in order to prevent needless mortality or long-term morbidity. The function of EMS can be simplified into four main components; accessing emergency care, care in the Community, care an route, and care upon arrival to receiving care at the healthcare facility.

Extensive practical training includes:
  • Patient transport
  • Airway and ventilation management
  • Trauma assessment and treatment
  • Resuscitation
  • Life support
  • Monitoring and much more.

Course Lessons

  • Overview of X-Ray
  • Anatomy of Chest X-Ray
  • How to read Chest X-ray Part 2
  • How to read Chest X-ray Part 3 Heart on CXR
  • Pleura
  • Lung Fields Part 1
  • Lung Fields Part 2
  • Miscellaneous
  • Chest Wall

  • Headache
  • Temp. control
  • Acute Poisoning

  • Acute Myocardial Infarction
  • Acute Heart Failure
  • Psychiatric Issues in the ICU
  • Pericardial Diseases
  • Management of stroke and it's Cerebrovascular Complications
  • Seizures in Critically ill
  • Brain Death
  • Neuromuscular disorder in the ICU

  • Overview of ECG
  • ECG Waveforms and intervals 1
  • How to read ECG - Part 1
  • How to read ECG - Part 2
  • How to read ECG - Part 3
  • How to read ECG - Part 4
  • How to read ECG - Part 5