About this module

The CAE Healthcare Aeromedical Evacuation Learning Module was developed in cooperation with the 94th Air Evacuation (AE) Squadron of the United States Air Force Reserve. 

The 48 SCEs within the Learning Module cover areas of performance and proficiency required by AE crew members in various settings such as in-flight, receiving and transferring patients, and forward area care. A variety of medical and trauma patients often encountered by the AE crew member are presented within the SCEs.

Simulated Clinical Experiences (SCEs)

AE Fractured Radius with Compartment Syndrome

AE Acute Asthma

AE Acute Ischemic CVA

AE Acute Kidney Injury

AE Aggressive Patient with Positive Test for Tuberculosis

AE Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome

AE Amputation, TBI, ABD Injury

AE Anaphylaxis Reaction to Blood Administration

AE Basic Assessment of the Cardiac Patient

AE Basic Assessment of the Postoperative Patient

AE Basic Assessment of the Soldier with Asthma

AE Basic Assessment Soldier with Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalance

AE Brain Attack with Thrombolytic Therapy During Transport

AE Burns with Airway Compromise

AE Cardiopulmonary Arrest

AE Care of the Seizure Patient

AE Cervical Injury

AE Chest Pain During Transport

AE Chest Pain Management of the Postoperative Patient

AE Chest Tube Insertion and General Ongoing Care

AE CHI with Chest Trauma Secondary to Fall

AE Chronic Heart Failure Exacerbation

AE Cocaine Overdose

AE Deep Vein Thrombosis Pulmonary Embolism

AE Diabetic Ketoacidosis

AE Electrolyte Imbalance in the Older Adult

AE Fractured Radius with Compartment Syndrome

AE Gastrointestinal Bleed Secondary to Aspirin Abuse

AE Gastrointestinal Bleed Secondary to Esophageal Varices

AE Gunshot Wound Trauma

AE Hyperemesis Gravidarum

AE IED Chest Injury with Chest Tube

AE Motor Vehicle Collision with Hypovolemic Shock

AE Multiple Injuries with Amputation IED

AE Postoperative Care of Soldier with a Ruptured Diverticulum

AE Postoperative Care of the Patient with Complications: Pneumonia

AE Postoperative Care of the Patient with Complications: Ileus

AE Postoperative Care of the Patient with Complications: DVT

AE Postoperative Hemorrhage

AE Postoperative Pulmonary Embolism

AE Preoperative Care of the Patient Scheduled for a Cholecystectomy

AE Seizure Disorder

AE Sepsis, SIRS, and MODS

AE Skill Validation

AE Suctioning and Tracheostomy Care with Hypoxia

AE Syncope Requiring Transcutaneous Pacing

AE Thermal Injury

AE Traumatic Brain Injury with Increasing Intracranial Pressure

AE Variations in Heart Rate with Drug Influences and Effects

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