FULL-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS PARPF-CT Paramedicine - Primary Care Paramedicine

Courses and Descriptions

PARA-1026Pathophysiology, Diagnostics and Therapeutics: Toxicology, Female, Pediatrics Theory

This course is designed to enhance the student's understanding of toxicological, female, and pediatric emergencies. The first part of the course encompasses toxicology and multi-system disorders. The second section covers the basic components of the female reproductive system - pathophysiology, assessment, and management. Topics include labor and delivery, complications of delivery and their management, and neonatal assessment and resuscitation. The third section provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to effectively assess and treat the pediatric patient. Topics include child development, pediatric specific diseases and clinical conditions, and assessment and management. The focus on each section is assessment and management for conditions within the scope of practice for the Primary Care Paramedic. Students will have a series of labs for skills instruction to complement the classroom theory.
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