EMER 7605

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EMER 7605 - Introduction to Emergency Medicine - Clinical Affiliates
The Introduction to Emergency Medicine elective for 3rd year medical students teaches the general principles of Emergency Medicine through the management of both the ambulatory and the acutely ill or injured patient with life or limb-threatening conditions presenting to the ED. Examples of such conditions are chest pain, trauma, burns, drug overdose, strokes, seizures, wounds and sports injuries across the age spectrum from infants through children to adults and the elderly. During the rotation, students will be excused from clinical duties to attend weekly Resident Conference that occurs every Wednesday from 8am-1pm. Students will be loaned an introductory Emergency Medicine textbook. Textbooks and Internet access to various on-line medical education and reference sites are available in the ED. The majority of the learning experience will center on the student's active care of his or her patients in the Emergency Department. Procedures, such as laceration repair, paracentesis, central line placement, fracture/joint reduction/relocation, may be performed by the student under supervision as dictated by their patient's condition.
Emergency Medicine
Credit Range
2 - 2
Permission Required
School Years
Course Classifications
Defilippo,Dan DC | dan.defilippo@hsc.utah.eduMusuris,Ella DC | ella.musuris@hsc.utah.edu
Doyle,Gerard (DD) | gerry.doyle@comcast.netStephen,Robert (DD) | robert.stephen@hsc.utah.edu
Possible Grade(s)
Fail (F)Incomplete (I)Pass (P)
Completion of one Phase 3 Clerkship: FP MD 7180, INTMD 7200, NEURO 7900, OBST 7010, PED 7010, PSYCT 7200, or SURG 7020
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Academic Years

  Title Year Tags #Sec
EMER 7605 - Introduction to Emergency Medicine - Clinical Affiliates 2024/2025 CLINICELECTIVE
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