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Lab Values - Thyroid Function

In this video flashcards video, we review the normal ranges of the Thyroid Function Panel. Be sure to check out the other Lab Values video flashcards videos in this series, and for more great free content, check us out at EMTprep.com

This video is specifically provided by EMTprep to assist members in preparing for the NREMT exam and related skills sheets and for no other purpose. NREMT study aids and resources provided by EMTprep are not intended to provide training for life saving techniques, emergency response training, or any other type of medical training.

Lab Values - CBC with Differential

In this video flashcards segment, we go over the normal values for the complete blood count with differential.

This video is specifically provided by EMTprep to assist members in preparing for the NREMT exam and related skills sheets and for no other purpose. NREMT study aids and resources provided by EMTprep are not intended to provide training for life saving techniques, emergency response training, or any other type of medical training.

Lab Values - Basic Metabolic Panel

In this video, we provide some video flashcards on the normal values contained in a BMP blood test for you to quiz yourself on. Be sure to check out more great free content on our website at EMTprep.com.


This video is specifically provided by EMTprep to assist members in preparing for the NREMT exam and related skills sheets and for no other purpose. NREMT study aids and resources provided by EMTprep are not intended to provide training for life saving techniques, emergency response training, or any other type of medical training.

            Epinephrine works by binding to alpha 1 and beta 1 receptors in the body to increase vasoconstriction and increase the positive inotropic and chronotropic effects of the heart. We remember this because of its use in cardiac arrest patients, asthma patients, bradycardic patients, and hypotensive patients. We’ve all used epinephrine in varying concentrations either IM, SQ, IV, or IO for cardiac arrest calls, anaphylaxis calls, and some respiratory calls because it also affects beta 2 receptors for smooth muscle relaxation in the respiratory tract, and nebulized in pediatrics for croup.

Why would we use an epinephrine drip? These are useful...