CFR- Medication for listed organisations

ETE are approved by the Prehospital Emergency Care Council (PHECC) to deliver CardiacFirstResponse(CFR) and Medications for Listed Organisations (SI 449 of 2015),

The courses will can deliver are

Epinephrine (Adrenaline). Avail of certified training  in basic life support and the administration of epinephrine (adrenaline) for the emergency treatment of adults and children (< 16 years old) with anaphylaxis (anaphylactic shock).

Salbutamol.  Avail of certified training in basic life support and the administration of Salbutamol for emergency treatment of adults and children (< 16 years) with an acute asthmatic attack.

Naloxone. Avail of certified training in basic life support and the administration of Naloxone for the emergency treatment of adults with respiratory depression secondary to known or suspected narcotic overdose

Glucagon. Avail of certified training in basic life support and the administration of Glucagon for emergency treatment of adults and children (< 16 years) with hypoglycaemia (Diabetic emergency)

Each medication can be done individually.

Learning outcomes

The trained person will possess the following general knowledge and skills.

The ability to:

Recognise the signs of a life threatening emergency

Respond in an effective, safe and appropriate manner to a life threatening emergency, utilising basic life support skills

Retrieve and use, if required, an automated external defibrillator during a cardiac arrest

Report and record actions appropriately and handover to emergency medical services

React to a life threatening or potentially life threatening emergency

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