Airway Management Ventilation Respiratory Distress,Respiratory Failure Respiratory Arrest, Upper Airway Respiratory Emergencies, Lower Airway Respiratory Emergencies
Chest Pain, Cardiac Rhythm Disturbance, Cardiac Arrest, Stroke-like Symptoms, Post-resuscitation Care, Hypotension/Hypertension from Cardiovascular Cause
Bleeding, Chest Trauma, Abdominal/GU Trauma, Orthopedic Trauma, Soft Tissue, Head/Neck/Face/Spine,
Neurological Emergencies (such as seizures, altered mental status, etc.), Abdominal Disorders, Immunology, Infectious Disease, Endocrine Disorders, Psychiatric, Toxicology, Hematology, GU/Renal, Gynecology, Obstetrics
Maintain vehicle and equipment readiness, Operate emergency vehicles, Provide scene leadership, Resolve an emergency incident, Provide emotional support, Maintain medical/legal standards, Maintain community relations, Provide administrative support, Enhance professional development
A mix of any of the above questions
1600 Random Advanced Questions
The above ALS and Advanced Category was created to bring together all of the highest level questions on our site as a convenience only.
The NREMT-P exam is NOT just advanced level questions.
It includes questions related to all scopes of practice from EMT Basic to Intermediate and Paramedic.
Do NOT make the mistake of just studying the advanced level questions.
Utilize the additional 1200 Basic questions that can be found in the specific categories of Airway & Breathing, Cardiology, EMS Operations etc.
These categories have the ALS and Advanced level questions mixed in with them.