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    Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)-Kearny Mesa Campus

    Tue., May 21, 8 a.m.

    Buy Tickets$145-$180


    This course is designed for healthcare providers who respond to emergencies involving pediatrics and infants—including physicians, nurses, paramedics, and other allied health professionals in emergency response, emergency medicine, intensive care, and critical care units. This course covers a wide variety of pediatric emergencies, including how to recognize and treat respiratory emergencies, cardiac emergencies, and shock-related emergencies. Students will utilize interactive learning stations for the practice of essential skills, such as EKG recognition and treatment, airway management, IV therapy, and pharmacology.  Contact Information: 858-642-8600 ems@nu.edu

    (NEW) EKG & Pharmacology-Kearny Mesa Campus

    Sat., June 1, 9 a.m.

    Buy Tickets$180


    This course is designed to focus on the specific introductory skills needed to successfully pass ACLS and successfully implement the needed skills in clinical settings. This class focuses on three different sections of the ACLS curriculum: EKG interpretation, pharmacology, and hemodynamic stability recognition. The EKG interpretation section focuses on all cardiac arrhythmias and is approached from a beginner level. The pharmacology section focuses on the primary medications used in adult and pediatric cardiac arrest, as well as medications used for live arrhythmias. The hemodynamic stability section focuses on the recognition and treatment of patients in cardiogenic shock and aids in understanding of shock pathophysiology. This course is designed to provide more

    (NEW) San Diego County Enhanced EMT Skills Update Course

    Sat., June 1, 9 a.m.

    Buy Tickets$60


    This course meets the 2018 San Diego County EMT protocol update regulations that will be made mandatory for all recertifying EMT’s starting July 1st, 2019. National University’s EMS division will begin offering this course starting June 2018 to allow ambulance companies and individuals alike the opportunity to begin taking this course ahead of time, to earn the mandated continuing education units. Topics covered within the course include the following tier 2 skills (County policy B-450): Naloxone administration (IN), Epinephrine administration via auto injector (IM) for suspected anaphylaxis and/or severe asthma, finger stick Blood Glucose testing and Perilaryngeal airway adjuncts. All course completers will receive a certificate of completion to provide more

    (OLD) San Diego County Enhanced EMT Skills Update Course

    Sat., June 1, 9 a.m.

    Buy Tickets$60


    This course meets the 2018 San Diego County EMT protocol update regulations that will be made mandatory for all recertifying EMT’s starting July 1st, 2019. National University’s EMS division will begin offering this course starting June 2018 to allow ambulance companies and individuals alike the opportunity to begin taking this course ahead of time, to earn the mandated continuing education units. Topics covered within the course include the following tier 2 skills (County policy B-450): Naloxone administration (IN), Epinephrine administration via auto injector (IM) for suspected anaphylaxis and/or severe asthma, finger stick Blood Glucose testing and Perilaryngeal airway adjuncts. All course completers will receive a certificate of completion to provide more

    EKG & Pharmacology-Kearny Mesa Campus

    Sat., June 1, 9 a.m.

    Buy Tickets$180


    This course is designed to focus on the specific introductory skills needed to successfully pass ACLS and successfully implement the needed skills in clinical settings. This class focuses on three different sections of the ACLS curriculum: EKG interpretation, pharmacology, and hemodynamic stability recognition. The EKG interpretation section focuses on all cardiac arrhythmias and is approached from a beginner level. The pharmacology section focuses on the primary medications used in adult and pediatric cardiac arrest, as well as medications used for live arrhythmias. The hemodynamic stability section focuses on the recognition and treatment of patients in cardiogenic shock and aids in understanding of shock pathophysiology. This course is designed to provide more

    Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)-Kearny Mesa Campus

    Fri., June 14, 8 a.m.

    Buy Tickets$145-$180


    This course is designed for healthcare providers who respond to emergencies involving pediatrics and infants—including physicians, nurses, paramedics, and other allied health professionals in emergency response, emergency medicine, intensive care, and critical care units. This course covers a wide variety of pediatric emergencies, including how to recognize and treat respiratory emergencies, cardiac emergencies, and shock-related emergencies. Students will utilize interactive learning stations for the practice of essential skills, such as EKG recognition and treatment, airway management, IV therapy, and pharmacology.  Contact Information: 858-642-8600 ems@nu.edu

    EMT Refresher- April 20th, 21st, 27th, 28th - Kearny Mesa Campus

    Sat., June 15, 8 a.m.

    Buy Tickets$110-$200


    Course: EMT Refresher Scheduled dates: April 20th, 21st, 27th, 28th Cost: Full course: $200 (all four days) CEU Only (Continuing Education Hours-24):: $110 (first three days) Skills Verification Only- 8 hours: $110 (last day) Limit for attendees: 6 students minimum Continuing educations units awarded: 24 hours Description: Full Course (All 4 days) : The EMT-Refresher course supports Emergency Medical Technician training and certification, covering medical knowledge and manipulative skills for EMT personnel preparing for recertification. This course reviews all of the necessary training components within the standards of prehospital care and patient transport. The content is based on the National Registry curriculum, as adopted by the state of California, delineated more

    Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)-Kearny Mesa Campus

    Mon., June 24, 8 a.m.

    Buy Tickets$145-$180


    This course is designed for healthcare providers who respond to emergencies involving pediatrics and infants—including physicians, nurses, paramedics, and other allied health professionals in emergency response, emergency medicine, intensive care, and critical care units. This course covers a wide variety of pediatric emergencies, including how to recognize and treat respiratory emergencies, cardiac emergencies, and shock-related emergencies. Students will utilize interactive learning stations for the practice of essential skills, such as EKG recognition and treatment, airway management, IV therapy, and pharmacology.  Contact Information: 858-642-8600 ems@nu.edu

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