This course consists of common medical illnesses emergencies in a pre-hospital setting. It provides the basic knowledge of pathophysiology, the clinical symptoms and treatment. This clinical information is very useful for assessing and managing patient with the related diseases.

This is a basic introductory module providing a complete framework for understanding the introduction to pathology and communicable diseases.
The curriculum described here represents topics and themes considered essential to basic principles of clinical pathology and prevention of communicable diseases.  
 
The first part of this course will touch on the study of pathophysiological changes and mechanisms of their disturbance, the morphological and clinical manifestations associated with the diseased state, and the immunopathology of diseases caused by an abnormal immune response.
 
The second part is basic microbiology and immunology which covers biological agents causing diseases in humans and the vectors transmitting them; important biological factors and universal precautionary principles for various communicable diseases; basic immunology includes topics on the organization and function of the immune system involving both innate and adaptive immune responses and vaccination types, and lastly immunization necessary for paramedics.

This course will introduce the student to the Anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, assessment, and management of respiratory, cardiovascular, neurologic, gastrointestinal, urological, endocrine and hematologic system related emergencies for Paramedic

 

Having a sound knowledge of the human body structure is the basis for understanding the functions of the major organ systems. Knowledge of the normal body structure is required to grasp the disordered functions and structures in diseased conditions and injuries.

This course studies the structure of normal human body. It integrates complex knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the airway, respiratory and circulatory system to the practice of EMS.