Written by leading practitioners in the medical field, these case studies offer in-depth explanations of scenarios encountered in the prehospital environment. A consistent format helps readers understand the discussions, questions, and the resolution for each case; allowing them to gain exposure to the many different situations that will arise on the job. 51 cases are organized into 3 topic areas: Medical Emergencies, Trauma and Surgical Emergencies, and Special Situations. An excellent reference and interesting reading for emergency medical technicians and paramedics.ATLS a Advanced Trauma Life Support for Doctors. 6th ed. Student Course Manual. Chicago: ... 9th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2000. Orts, A., C. Alcaraz, K. A. Delaney, L. R. Goldfrank, H. Turndorf, and M. M. Puig. aquot;Bretylium anbsp;...
|Title||:||ALS Case Studies in Emergency Care|
|Author||:||Edward T. Dickinson, Andrew W. Stern|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2003-12-01|