Emergency Care: A Textbook for Paramedics

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Ian Greaves, T. J. Hodgetts, Keith Porter
W. B. Saunders, 1997 - Accidents - 538 pages
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Introducing the first book to offer comprehensive coverage of UK paramedic practice! From resuscitation to emergency vehicle driving, and from care of the elderly to chemical incidents, each chapter of this unique text is written by an expert practicing in the field. Extensively illustrated and designed for accessibility, the book features highlighted "golden rules," mnemonic devices, and step-by-step procedures. Also contains appendices covering medical and obstetric terminology, radio communications, and trauma scoring.

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Professor Emergency Medicine, Academic Department of Military Emergency Medicine, Institute of Research and Development, Birmingham, UK

Porter is a freelance trainer, lecturer and consultant. He teaches Human Resources Management and Human Resource Strategies on management programmes at Birkbeck College.

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