1. Airway, Respiration & Ventilation (18–22% of the exam content):
-Understanding airway management techniques.
-Recognizing and treating respiratory distress.
-Ventilation methods and equipment.

2. Cardiology & Resuscitation (20–24% of the exam content):
-Cardiac anatomy and physiology.
-Recognizing cardiac emergencies.
-Performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).

3. Trauma (14–18% of the exam content):
-Assessing and managing traumatic injuries.
-Handling fractures, burns, and other trauma-related conditions.

4. Medical/Obstetrics/Gynecology (27–31% of the exam content):
-Understanding common medical conditions (e.g., diabetes, seizures).
-Handling obstetric and gynecological emergencies.

5. EMS Operations (10–14% of the exam content):
-Scene safety assessment.
-Communication protocols.
-Legal and ethical considerations.

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