HSCI 0030. Functional Anatomy and Pathophysiology For EMS Professionals

Units: 3
Prerequisite: Completion of HSCI 2 with grade of "C" or better, or current state certification as an Emergency Medical Technician
Hours: 54 lecture
Designed for students pursuing careers in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and advanced levels of prehospital care. Provides overview of functional anatomy, symptomology and pathophysiology of disease, medical emergencies, and effects of traumatic injuries. EMS management and review of field treatment protocols enhance ability to treat and stabilize emergency medical situations in the field. (CSU)