Clinical Procedures in Emergency Medicine
James R. Roberts, Jerris R. Hedges
Saunders, 1998 - Emergency medicine - 1297 pages
Each chapter explores a range of issues surrounding a clinical procedure, including indications and contraindications, equipment, technique, interpretation, complications and more. This text also investigates adjunctives such as pharmacology for intubation.
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