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The Complete Resource on Pediatric Office Emergency Preparedness

Author: Rohit Shenoi; Faria Pereira; Joyce Li; Angelo P Giardino
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2013.
Series: SpringerBriefs in Public Health / SpringerBriefs in Child Health.
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¿¿ This book describes key knowledge concepts, skills and up-to-date algorithms pertaining to common emergencies that can take place in a pediatric office, including: seizures, anaphylaxis and shock, and diabetic ketoacidosis. The authors supported by peer review from top specialists in Pediatric Emergency Medicine at the Baylor College of Medicine offer the first comprehensive educational resource on pediatric  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Shenoi, Rohit.
Complete Resource on Pediatric Office Emergency Preparedness.
Dordrecht : Springer, ©2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Rohit Shenoi; Faria Pereira; Joyce Li; Angelo P Giardino
ISBN: 9781461469049 146146904X
OCLC Number: 853364965
Notes: 5.2.1.4 For a Child Who is Badly Burned.
Description: 1 online resource (121 pages).
Contents: Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; Abstract; 1 Community Partnerships in Pediatric Office Emergency Preparedness; 1.1 Role of Primary Care Provider in Emergency Medical Services for Children; 1.2 Primary Care Providers and EMS; 1.2.1 EMS Levels of Service; 1.2.2 Summary; References; 2 The Office Emergency Response; 2.1 Triage: Recognition of Emergency by Reception Area or Secretarial Staff and Nursing Staff; 2.2 Activation of EMS; 2.3 Transfer Patient to Appropriate Treatment Area; 2.4 Delineation of Staff Roles in Treatment Area; 2.5 Emergency Response. 2.6 Transfer Care to EMS Unit with Code Sheet2.7 Sample Office Emergency Policy; 2.8 Pediatric Office Emergency Protocols; 2.8.1 Protocols for Common Pediatric Office Emergencies; 2.8.1.1 Asthma; 2.8.1.2 Blunt Head Trauma; 2.8.1.3 Bronchiolitis; 2.8.1.4 Cardiac Arrest; 2.8.1.5 Choking-Child; 2.8.1.6 Choking-Infant; 2.8.1.7 Croup (Laryngotracheitis); 2.8.1.8 Diabetic Ketoacidosis; 2.8.1.9 Seizures; 2.8.1.10 Shock and Anaphylaxis; 2.9 Children with Special Healthcare Needs; 2.9.1 Emergency Information Form; 2.9.2 Emergencies; 2.10 Psychosocial Emergencies. 2.11 The Primary-Care Pediatrician and Disaster Planning2.11.1 Response to a Disaster; 2.11.2 Communicating with Children and Families in Disasters; 2.11.3 Information for Families; 2.11.4 Advocacy; 2.12 Equipment for Pediatric Office Emergencies; 2.12.1 Oropharyngeal Airway; 2.12.2 Nasopharyngeal Airway; 2.12.3 Oxygen Therapy; 2.12.4 Oxygen Mask; 2.12.5 Suction Apparatus; 2.12.5.1 Manual Suction; 2.12.5.2 Electric Suction Apparatus; 2.13 Medications for Pediatric Office Emergencies; References; 3 Education of Providers in Pediatric Office Emergency Preparedness. 3.1 Airway Maneuvers (Fig. 3.1a-f)3.2 IntraOsseous (IO) Access; 3.2.1 Sites; 3.2.2 Contraindications; 3.2.3 Method; 3.3 Automated External Defibrillator; 3.4 Life Support Course Description; 3.5 Teaching Office Emergency Preparedness and Mock Codes; 3.5.1 Response Team Roles and Responsibilities: Learning Through Videos; 3.5.2 Mock Codes; 3.5.3 Sample Mock Code Scenarios; 3.5.4 Mock Code Scripts (a) reactive airway diseasepneumonia and (b) active seizures; 3.5.5 Mock Code Evaluation Form; 3.6 Sample Test for Training Evaluation. 3.7 Office Emergency Preparedness Education Program: Practitioner Needs Assessment Survey4 The Office Preparedness Quality Improvement Project; References; 5 Family Education; 5.1 What to Do If Your Child is Having a Health Emergency?; 5.1.1 What is a Health Emergency?; 5.1.2 What Happens When You Call the Emergency Phone Number?; 5.1.3 What Will Happen When You Get to the Emergency Department?; 5.2 What to Do Until Help Arrives; 5.2.1 What is and is Not a Health Emergency?; 5.2.1.1 For a Poisoned Child; 5.2.1.2 For a Child Who is Choking; 5.2.1.3 For a Child Who is Bleeding Severely.
Series Title: SpringerBriefs in Public Health / SpringerBriefs in Child Health.

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¿¿ This book describes key knowledge concepts, skills and up-to-date algorithms pertaining to common emergencies that can take place in a pediatric office, including: seizures, anaphylaxis and shock, and diabetic ketoacidosis. The authors supported by peer review from top specialists in Pediatric Emergency Medicine at the Baylor College of Medicine offer the first comprehensive educational resource on pediatric office emergency preparedness devoted exclusively to the practicing primary care health care provider and his/her team. During emergencies, providers and their staff are called on to.

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