Emergency Care and Transportation of the Sick and Injured

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, Jun 6, 2006 - Medical - 1257 pages
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Emergency Care And Transportation Of The Sick And Injured, Ninth Edition Is The Center Of An Integrated Teaching And Learning System That Will Help Define The Future Direction Of EMS Education. It Combines Comprehensive Medical Content With Dynamic New Features And Interactive Technology To Better Support Instructors And To Help Prepare Students For The Field. An Interactive Skills DVD Is Also Packaged Free With Each Copy Of The Text.
 

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Contents

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Contents
CHAPTER3 Medical Legal
Assault and Battery 77
Special Situations 84
The Urinary System 134
CHAPTER5 Baseline Vital Signs
Prep Kit 86
x
CHAPTER7 Airway 210 CHAPTER 29 Musculoskeletal Care
821
Assessing Neurovascular
829
Caring for Musculoskeletal
837
SKILL DRILL 297
840
Applying
843
Applying a Sager
846
Splinting the Hand and Wrist
855
CHAPTER30 Head and Spine Injuries
870

CHAPTER6 Lifting and Moving
xiv
Physiology of the Respiratory
3
SKILL DRILL63
9
Assessment
14
General Pharmacology
342
PatientAssisted Medications
352
CHAPTER11 Respiratory
362
SKILL DRILL 122
426
Prep Kit 204
461
V
471
Using an Autoinjector
498
Using an Anakit
510
Substance Abuse
516
Treating for Heat Exhaustion
556
Stabilizing a Suspected Spinal
563
Delivering the Baby
610
Giving Chest Compressions
617
EMTB 1 CHAPTER21 Kinematics of Trauma
630
CHAPTER1 Introduction to Emergency Medical Care 2 CHAPTER22 Bleeding
648
Controlling External Bleeding
661
Controlling Epistaxis
667
CHAPTER2 The WellBeing of the EMTB 22 CHAPTER23 Shock
676
Treating Shock
687
CHAPTER3 Medical Legal and Ethical Issues 70 CHAPTER24 Softfissue injuries
696
Controlling Bleeding from
711
Caring for Burns
721
CHAPTER4 The Human Body 90 CHAPTER25 Eye Injuries
734
Removing a Foreign Object
743
CHAPTER5 Baseline Vital Signs and SAMPLEHistory 144 chAPTER26 Face and Throat Injuries
756
Controlling Bleeding From
770
CHAPTER6 Lifting and Moving Patients 168 CHAPTER27 Chest Injuries
776
Airway 208 CHAPTER28 Abdomen and Genitalia Injuries
796
Types of Abdominal Injuries
800
Musculoskeletal Care
818
Patient
872
Performing Manual
889
CHAPTER 8
891
Immobilizing a Patient Found
895
Cervical Collars
898
Removing a Helmet
903
Prep Kit
910
CHAPTER32
914
Pediatric Assessment
940
Positioning the Airway
944
in a Child
951
Onerescuer BVMVentilation
957
Management of Airway Obstruction in
962
Performing Infant
969
Medical
984
CHAPTER 34 Geriatric Assessment
1002
Immobilizing a Kyphotic
1011
Prep Kit
1017
General Pharmacology 342
1024
Prep Kit
1069
CHAPTER38 Response to Terrorism
1098
RadiologicalNuclear Devices
1120
CHAPTER39 Advanced Airway
1129
CHAPTER39 Advanced Airway Management
1130
Performing the Sellick
1136
Performing Orotracheal
1148
Using an LMA
1157
CHAPTER40 Assisting With Intravenous Therapy
1164
Spiking the Bag
1169
CHAPTER41 Assisting With Cardiac Monitoring
1180
Prep Kit 119 3
1193
APPENDIX A BLS Review
1204
Index
1244
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