NSU HPD Catalog 2020-2021

128 Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine—Graduate Certificate in Emergency Medicine Program CurriculumOutline Required Courses (18 credit hours) Credit Hours EMED 3001 Cardiovascular and Hematologic Emergencies 3 EMED 3002 Neurologic, Infectious Disease, and Pediatric Emergencies 3 EMED 3003 OB/GYN, Ophthalmological, ENT, and Psychiatric Emergencies 3 EMED 3004 T rauma, Nontraumatic Musculoskeletal Disorders, Abdominal, and Chest Emergencies 3 EMED 3005 Environmental, Toxicological, and Dermatological Emergencies 3 EMED 3006 Renal/Urogenital, Metabolic, and Immunologic Emergencies 3 EMED 3001—Cardiovascular and Hematologic Emergencies This course will review cardiovascular and hematologic emergencies. It will give the student the understanding on how to diagnose and treat cardiovascular and hematologic emergencies. (3 credit hours) EMED 3002—Neurologic, Infectious Disease, and Pediatric Emergencies This course will review neurologic, infectious disease, and pediatric emergencies. The student will be able to recognize these disorders, order the proper tests, and treat these disease processes. (3 credit hours) EMED 3003—OB/GYN, Ophthalmological, ENT, and Psychiatric Emergencies This course will review the OB/GYN, ophthalmological, ENT, and psychiatric emergencies. The student will be able to recognize, order the appropriate tests, and treat these emergencies. (3 credit hours) EMED 3004—Trauma, Nontraumatic Musculoskeletal Disorders, Abdominal, and Chest Emergencies This course will review trauma, nontraumatic musculoskeletal disorders, abdominal, and chest emergencies. The student will be able to recognize and treat the relevant disorders. (3 credit hours) EMED 3005—Environmental, Toxicological, and Dermatological Emergencies This course will review environmental, toxicological, and dermatological emergencies. The student will be able to recognize and treat these emergencies. (3 credit hours) EMED 3006 Renal/Urogenital, Metabolic, and Immunologic Emergencies This course will review renal/urogenital, metabolic, and immunologic emergencies. The student will learn how to identify and treat these emergencies. (3 credit hours) Course Descriptions

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