Critical Care Transport Aviation Course
This course will take place on a part time modular basis, (or full time) over 5 days.
Critical Care Transport thoroughly prepares medical professionals to function as competent members of a critical care team by covering the knowledge and skills required to operate effectively in the pre-hospital critical care environment.
The course manual meets the curricula of major critical care training programs, including University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). It covers both ground and flight transport, and meets the objectives of critical care transport certification exams such as the Certified Flight Paramedic (FP-C) exam administered by the Board for Critical Care Transport Paramedic Certification.
Content includes information specific to pre-hospital critical care transport, such as flight physiology, lab analysis, hemodynamic monitoring, and specialized devices such as the intra-aortic balloon pump. Standard topics such as airway management, trauma, and pharmacology are covered in the context of critical care. Chapters have been authored by leading critical care professionals across the country and represent the most current, state-of-the-art information on management of critical care patients.
The course icovers the CAT 138 on the PC12 fixed wing and Augusta helicopter.
We can accommodate 15 students for First Aid level one, two or three, with a minimum of 8 students per course. The course can be conducted on site at your organization.
Additional instructors & equipment will be utilized if there are more than 15 students on course.
AAOS Critical Care Transport Manual (Latest Edition)
The manual can be purchased ahead of time - this fee will be deducted from the overall course fee at time of course
Written and skills tests are required for course completion.
CERTIFICATION UPON COURSE COMPLETION:
Emergency Care Education Critical Care Transport Certificate
CPD certificate 30 CEU, 6 ethics.