Field Guide to Urgent and Ambulatory Care Procedures

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2001 - Medical - 351 pages
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This handy pocket guide features a "how to" approach to common problems that require immediate attention in an ambulatory care setting. The book emphasizes the ability to handle urgent and emergent care situations quickly and efficiently with a focus on low-tech procedures and skills. Descriptions are concise and provide basic procedures with the necessary skills. More than 200 illustrations supplement the text. Plus, a "Practical Tips" section for easy learning.

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DAVID M. JAMES is on the faculty at Howard University.

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