Workbook to Accompany EMT Prehospital Care / Edition 3

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Overview

Thoroughly revised and updated, the Workbook to Accompany EMT Prehospital Care, Third Edition, reinforces the basic prinicples and skills needed to pass the National Registry or state EMT-Basic examination - and to successfully practice in the field.

Outstanding features include:
Approximately 1,950 questions in a variety of formats - including multiple-choice, true/false, matcing, fill-in-the-blank, and case studies - help you learn and understand essential EMS concepts.

Case studies in every chapter help you picture yourself as a "street EMT," responsible for the complete care of the patient. You identify the treatment order and priority for simulated patients - just like in the field!

Complete coverage of the cognitive obectives of the U.S. DOT EMT-Basic Curriculum gives you the knowledge and critical thinking skills you need for success in exams and in the field!

Anatomy labeling questions, crossword puzzles, and a CPR Review make reviewing convenient and fun.

National Registry Skill Sheets are included in an appendix to aid in skills review and practice.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780323016490
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 12/5/2003
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 352
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction to Emergency Medical Care 1
Chapter 2 Well-Being of the EMT-Basic 10
Chapter 3 Medicolegal and Ethical Issues 18
Chapter 4 The Human Body 25
Chapter 5 Baseline Vital Signs and SAMPLE History 42
Chapter 6 Lifting and Moving Patients 50
Chapter 7 Airway 57
Chapter 8 Scene Size-up 66
Chapter 9 Initial Assessment 71
Chapter 10 Focused History and Physical Examination of Trauma Patients 77
Chapter 11 Focused History and Physical Examination of Medical Patients 84
Chapter 12 Detailed Physical Examination 92
Chapter 13 Ongoing Assessment 97
Chapter 14 Communications 103
Chapter 15 Documentation 112
Chapter 16 General Pharmacology 120
Chapter 17 Respiratory Emergencies 127
Chapter 18 Cardiovascular Emergencies 136
Chapter 19 Altered Mental Status 148
Chapter 20 Allergies 156
Chapter 21 Poisoning and Overdoses 164
Chapter 22 Environmental Emergencies 172
Chapter 23 Behavioral Emergencies 184
Chapter 24 Obstetrics and Gynecology 192
Chapter 25 Bleeding and Shock 204
Chapter 26 Soft Tissue Injuries 214
Chapter 27 Chest and Abdominal Trauma 226
Chapter 28 Musculoskeletal Care 234
Chapter 29 Injuries to the Head and Spine 244
Chapter 30 Infants and Children 256
Chapter 31 Ambulance Operations 268
Chapter 32 Gaining Access 276
Chapter 33 Disasters and Hazardous Materials 283
Chapter 34 Advanced Airway Management 292
Chapter 35 Weapons of Mass Destruction and the EMT 302
Chapter 36 Geriatric Emergencies 312
Appendix A Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 321
Appendix B National Registry Skill Sheets 327
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