Emergency Management of the Coding Patient: Cases, Algorithms, Evidence

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Emergency Management of the Coding Patient: Cases, Algorithms, Evidence offers students, interns, and residents an understanding of the protocols and procedures surrounding hospital codes. Concise, practical, and clinically-oriented, this book covers the basics of ACLS, as well as non-cardiac codes, and, more importantly, reviews the leadership skills, knowledge, and teamwork that are critical in successfully managing these difficult situations.

This innovative resource encompasses all the clinical skills required to run a hospital code, including:

  • Suggestions for how to organize a code team
  • Review of essential equipment
  • Case-based training in cardiac rhythm strip interpretation
  • Algorithmic approach to running codes
  • Administration of resuscitative medications
  • Accompanying pocket card summarizing code algorithms with necessary medications (including dosages)

Based around clinical scenarios, Emergency Management of the Coding Patient reviews the basic knowledge needed to manage codes effectively and efficiently: pathophysiology, treatment, medications, and skills. In addition to the case scenarios that begin each chapter, the appendix of practice cases highlights key concepts and helps build confidence to manage a real coding patient. The book includes a pocket-sized laminated card summarizing the algorithms presented in the book, along with the medications (with dosages) needed for each code situation.

Special Features:

  • Describes the protocols and procedures surrounding hospital codes
  • Interactive clinical vignettes of common coding scenarios for practical review
  • Covers the basics of how to approach codes: pathophysiology, treatment, medications, and clinical skills
  • Pocket-sized laminated card contains the critical algorithms for protocols and treatment of ACLS and non-cardiac codes
  • Medication appendix for easy reference
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781405104555
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 7/28/2005
  • Series: Spiral Manual Series
  • Edition description: Second Edition
  • Pages: 184
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Table of Contents

Ch. 1 An overview of educational research 3
Ch. 2 Basic concepts in statistics 21
Ch. 3 Organizing and graphing data 43
Ch. 4 Measures of central tendency 61
Ch. 5 Measures of variability 67
Ch. 6 The normal curve and standard scores 79
Ch. 7 Interpreting test scores 89
Ch. 8 Correlation 97
Ch. 9 Prediction and regression 111
Ch. 10 T test 123
Ch. 11 Analysis of variance 135
Ch. 12 Chi square test 153
Ch. 13 Reliability 163
Ch. 14 Validity 171
Ch. 15 Planning and conducting research studies 177
Ch. 16 Choosing the right statistical tests 187
App. A Z scores and percentage of area under the normal curve between any given Z-score and the mean
App. B Values of the correlation coefficient (Pearson's r) for different levels of significance
App. C Distribution of t
App. D The 5 percent and 1 percent points for the distribution of F
App. E Distribution of studentized range statistic
App. F Distribution of chi square ([chi][superscript 2])
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