Critical Care Paramedic Review
By Limmer Creative
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Limmer Creative’s Critical Care Paramedic Review contains 500 flashcards and two 125-question practice exams to help prepare for the Board for Critical Care Transport Paramedic Certification (BCCTPC) CCP-C examination.
With cards for each of the exam’s 11 sections plus additional flashcards on value norms, critical care technology and critical thinking, our Critical Care Paramedic Review app will help you learn important facts and identify areas which require additional study. A bonus section – Flight Fundamentals – will give you additional preparation toward the FP-C examination.
A “Challenge Me” feature allows you to select 10, 30 or 50 randomly chosen cards. All cards have a “Mastered it” function which allows cards to be removed from the deck when you have mastered the content. Cards can be easily restored to the deck. All Limmer Creative apps provide a detailed history of study time and topics as well as the ability to email results to instructors and colleagues.
Critical Care Paramedic’s 500 cards are divided into the following topics:
•Neonatal and Pediatric Patients
•Toxic and Environmental Exposure
•Laboratory and Value Norms
•Critical Care Equipment and Technology
•Critical Thinking Exercises
Created and reviewed by experts and educators in critical care, Critical Care Paramedic Review is an accurate, convenient and cost-effective way to prepare for the CCP-C examination.
NOTE: Purchase of this app will not provide the user access to the lc-ready.com web site
What's New in Version 1.5
- Updates to content
- 50 new FP-C test questions added
- Small bug fixes
Okay start, needs improvement
Acceptable coverage of concepts, but seems a bit sloppy in implementation and needs more work. Notably:
1) App is laden with misspellings. Doesn't anyone proofread these things or feed it through a spell checker?
2) Wasted space and time on some very basic paramedic concepts that I would think a paramedic at this level should already know (simple drug calculations? Really?)
3) Not sure what resources are used for some questions, but I'm not a fan of some of the terms and presentations used; I.e. The term "addiction" used instead of "habituation" when describing the need to continue a drug to maintain well-being. Maybe it's just me though.
Overall, kind of a letdown after using some other high quality Limmer Creative apps.
- Category: Medical
- Updated: Oct 15, 2016
- Version: 1.5
- Size: 10.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Limmer Creative Ventures LLC
- © 2011
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.