Clinical Procedures in Emergency Medicine
James R. Roberts, Jerris R. Hedges
Saunders/Elsevier, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 1391 pages
Clinical Procedures in Emergency Medicine, by James R. Roberts, MD & Jerris R. Hedges, MD, MS, is far and away the most well-known and trusted procedures manual in emergency medicine. Completely updated with the latest equipment, devices, drug therapies, and techniques, this 5th edition enables you to make optimal use of today's best options. A new full-color format makes the book easier to consult than ever before, and online access at expertconsult.com lets you rapidly reference the complete contents from any computer. Online and in print, you'll see exactly how and when to perform every type of emergency procedure, so you can choose and implement the best possible approach for every patient!
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SECTION VITAL SIGNS AND PATIENT SECTION CARDIAC PROCEDURES
HAPTE R 49 Management of Common c HAPTE R 62 Special Neurologic Tests
HAFTER 1 vital Signs Measurement 1 Tachycardias 197
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