The students of this program;
Our students find the chance of applying the knowledge acquired in theoretical courses within the first and immediate aid laboratory.
CPR, Surgery and Advanced Life Support Simulation Laboratory includes all the devices and equipment that Paramedics (Ambulance and Emergency Care Technicians) need to learn within their duties, authorities and responsibilities. Our students consolidate their professional skills they need to know in order to prevent life-critical situations or disabilities in emergency situations within these laboratories. Also, our fully equipped emergency service ambulance is available for students' education.
Skills Gained from Applied Education
They provide basic and advanced life support.
They apply the procedures of intubation, electrocardiography (EKG), monitorization and defibrillation.
They know how to carry a victim with a stretcher properly after an accident by supporting the victim (immobilizing, splitting, supporting the patient to prevent his/her movement).
They apply the materials such as spine board, K.E.D., cervical collar, traction device, hard plastic splint, inflatable splint, vacuum support, etc. in the direction of their purposes and by using correct methods.
The necessary aid can be provided if the victim has cuts, wounds, fractures, burns, and internal-external bleeding.
They can apply immediate care for problems such as heart attack, stroke, respiratory tract diseases, epilepsy, diabetic coma, insulin shock, birth, poisoning, overdose medication use, being exposed to extreme heat and cold, etc.
They can start the appropriate liquor by performing intravenous intervention.
They can transfer a patient to a health institution by safely placing the patient/victim in an ambulance and applying the necessary immediate care to the patient on the road. They also provide communication with emergency personnel and/or via call center.
They can give information and report, and if necessary they can help about immediate care in emergency department when transferring the patient/victim to the personnel of the emergency department within the hospital.
They know and use Diagnostic-life support, intervention, transportation, stabilizer and ancillary equipment, medical consumables, and able to use them efficiently.