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EMT-P DRUG FLASHCARDS
Whether it's poor information or bad formatting and printing options, there are plenty of horrible paramedic flashcards available on the internet. Anyone should be able to use and edit these since they were made in Microsoft Word - just print them out on card stock. These particular cards were made according to the protocols of my area, so you may need to tweak them ...there's an extra page for additions. Click the image to download the Word document and use 2-sided printing.

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12-LEAD ECG/EKG MI ASSESSMENT
A very simple outline for methodically finding elevations, depressions, LBBB, deviation, LVH, and determining location of myocardial infarcts (color-coded table makes it easier to remember). Click the image to download the Word document.

 

EMS PATIENT ASSESSMENT OUTLINE
This is a detailed outline of the steps necessary to complete a full assessment for paramedic scenarios. This will also apply to any EMT-B assessments. Done in Microsoft Word, it should be easily modified or updated to suit. Click the image to download the Word document.

 

EMS REFERENCE SHEET
This is a quick reference done in Microsoft Word for some of my most commonly forgotten vitals and EMS acronyms. Click the image to download the document.

 

CARDIAC CARDS
An assortment of cards relating to contiguous 12-leads, receptor types, and cardiac emergencies with signs & symptoms, management, and dosages. All can be edited with Word to suit your local protocols. Click the image to download the document and then print them 2-sided.

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