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10 Things You Should Know About Oximetry

Premieres LIVE: November 7, 2017 
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The use of pulse oximetry is broad in EMS, but do you know all that you should about pulse oximetry when making decisions for your patient? 

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What You'll Learn:

  • Information and tips to help you guide and deliver quality care in an EMS setting – BLS and ALS
  • About patient perfusion and how oximetry provides clues to perfusion as well as oxygenation
  • What you need to know before purchasing your next pulse oximeter – are you using a pulse oximeter that puts your department at risk

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Who Should Attend: 
EMTs, paramedics, instructors/trainers, supervisors, medical directors

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November 7, 2017

2:00 PM EST 
1:00 PM CST 
11:00 AM PST 
6:00 PM GMT

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Registration Rates:
Free to Attend 


NEW! All live and on demand webcasts are now available on any mobile device including iPads, tablets and phones!
 Presented by:   
 Keith Wesley, MD, FACEP, Medical Director, HealthEast Medical Transportation 
Moderator:A.J. Heightman, MPA, EMT P, Editor in Chief, JEMS 

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Lifting and Moving

Refusal of Care: Adult and Minor protocol review.

During 2016 SMS will have 1 lecture continuing education credit available online. These credits will be open for the entire year. Providers will be issued a chit automatically after they complete each month's CE. To complete the CE providers must review all the information and spend at least 50 minutes in reviewing the materials. When the 10 question quiz is completed with an 80% or better the certification chit will open with a unique certificate identification number. Providers should download the certificate, print, and file it some where safe for their records. 

This course will be open from January 1, 2016 to December 31, 2016. The course is free. The Designer Drugs and Excited Delirium course covers designer street drugs and excited delirium. The current approved Excited Delirium Protocol for Sanilac county will be reviewed. In order to complete the course students must review all the materials and spend at least 100 minutes reviewing the material provided and complete a 10 question quiz. Students must score at least a 70% to receive a passing score on the quiz. 

This course is required for all level of EMS responders. Effective October 1, 2015 all levels of EMS providers in Sanilac County will be able to administer Narcan / Naloxone for suspected opiate overdoses.  

EMS defensible documentation Course

Explore how to complete your documentation in a way it can successfully be defended in court. In this course you will review  the common pitfalls of documentation.

Course Cost: Free

CE Credit: 2 hour Lecture credits in the Preparatory Category.

Requirements to complete the course and receive a certificate / chit. 

                       110 minutes spent reviewing the materials

                        watch all three parts of the movie in there entirety

                        Review all three parts of the power point presentation

                        Complete a 20 question quiz with a 70% or higher.


This in-service is required for all EMT-B’s in Sanilac County. Albuterol administration was added to the EMT-B’s skill set in 2013. When student complete this course they are awarded 1 lecture CEU in the airway category.

To complete the course you must view the Power Point Presentation and complete the Quiz with a 80% or higher. 

This eight hour course will be covering Interpreting 12 leads and recognition AMI along with current patient care protocols for Sanilac County.

Course will be taught by Scott Filkins, EMTP, IC

Cost: Free

Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm on Tuesday, April 23, 2019.

Where SMS classroom