Monthly Archives: February 2016

Trace Billy Blood Drop Through The Body

Trace Billy Blood Drop Through The Body In determining fundamental EMT-Basic level Cardiology knowledge many employers, during their interview process, will request you to trace the path a “drop” of blood will take in completing a full circuit through the circulatory system. This question comes in many forms, but one common somewhat lighthearted way to… Read More »

Basic Heart Anatomy

Basic Heart Anatomy This guide will help to break down basic heart anatomy, or more medically correct “cardiac” anatomy, into simple understandable terms that will assist you in your pursuit of knowledge in the medical field.   Chambers The heart is broken up into four separate compartments or chambers. The two compartments that rest closest to the… Read More »

Blood Thinners Names

Attached is a list of the most commonly prescribed blood thinners names to be aware of when triaging and determining the most appropriate level of care and facility for transport when dealing with patients that may fall under trauma criteria depending on local protocols. I designed this list to be both compact and informative so… Read More »