EMT Chapter one


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A system for telephone access to report emergencies

A process of continuous self-review with the purpose of identifying and correcting aspects of the system that require improvement

The oversight of the patient-care aspects of the EMS system

Consists of standing orders issued by the Medical Director that allow EMTs to give certain medications or perform certain procedures without speaking to the Medical director or another physician

Lists of steps, such as assessments and interventions, to be taken in different situations

A policy or protocol issued by a medical direction that authorizes EMTs and others to perform particular skills in certain situations.

Orders from the on-duty physician given directly to an EMT in the field by radio or telephone

An EMT or other person authorized by a Medical Director to give medications and provide emergency care

A physician who assumes ultimate responsibility for the patient-care aspect of the EMS system

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Quality Improvement

Medical director

Off-line medical direction

Medical direction

On-line medical direction

Standing order


911 system

Deginated agent