About NAEMT Formed in 1975 and today more than 46,000 members strong, the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians is the only national association dedicated to representing the professional interests of all emergency medical services (EMS) practitioners, including Paramedics, advanced emergency medical technicians, emergency medical technicians, emergency medical responders and other professionals working in prehospital emergency medicine.
What does AEMT stand for?
AEMT stands for Advanced Emergency Medical Technician
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We have 7 other meanings of AEMT in our Acronym Attic
- Advocates for Emergency Medical Services
- Agricultural Environmental Management Services (Oklahoma)
- Aircraft Engine Management System
- ArvinMeritor Environmental Management System
- Asian Educational Media Service
- Associate of Engineering and Management Studies (degree)
- Automated Energy Management System
- Association of European Metal Sink Manufacturers
- Alternate Entry Master of Science in Nursing program
- Aircraft Equipment Maintenance Squadron Williamtown (Royal Australian Air Force, RAAF Base Williamtown, NSW)
- Advanced European Media Training (various locations)
- Anisotropic Effective Medium Theory
- Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple (New Brunswick, NJ)
- Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades (est. 1945; UK)
- Automated Email Marketing Tool
- Arkansas Emergency Medical Technicians Association
- Air Engineering Metal Trades Council
- American Exotic Mammal Veterinarians
- Australian Emergency Management Volunteers Forum
- Ali Eskici Matematik Web Sitesi (Turkish mathematics web site)
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Michael Bennett, 62, is now the house manager at Victoria Apartments, having worked as an advanced emergency medical technician in the ambulance service for 40 years.
Advanced emergency medical technician transition manual; bridging the gap to the national EMS education standards.
From the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, this volume for advanced emergency medical technician courses covers the roles of EMTs; workplace safety and wellness; medical, legal, and ethical issues; communication and documentation; anatomy, physiology, and life span development; principles of pharmacology; patient assessment; airway management; shock and resuscitation; various medical emergencies; trauma; working with patient populations like pediatric, geriatric, and neonatal patients and patients with special challenges; and operations, including terrorism response and disaster management.
Calling on his training as an Advanced Emergency Medical Technician, Lucas cleared the woman's airway and began performing CPR and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.