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McGraw-Hill's EMT-paramedic

Author: Peter A DiPrima; George P Benedetto, Jr.
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill Medical, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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"Have the edge on exam day with this complete EMT-Paramedic study package -- updated to reflect the new national standard. Includes online practice exam with over 600 questions. If you want to score high on the EMT-Paramedic exam, you'll want McGraw-Hill's EMT-Paramedic. This essential guide helps you think through pre-hospital medicine while covering the most commonly tested information. Each chapter begins with a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Examinations
Examinations, questions, etc
Examination Questions
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter A DiPrima; George P Benedetto, Jr.
ISBN: 9780071752015 0071752013
OCLC Number: 659763424
Notes: Machine generated contents note: Exam Preparation Tips Section 1: Preparatory Section 2: Airway Section 3: Patient Assessment Section 4: Trauma Section 5: Medical Emergencies Section 6: Special Considerations Section 7: Operations.
Description: x, 934 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: section 1: Preparatory --
1. EMS systems / roles and responsibilities --
2. The well-being of the paramedic --
3. Illness and injury prevention --
4. Medical / legal issues --
5. Ethics --
6. General principles of pathophysiology --
7. Pharmacology --
8. Venous access and medication administration --
9. Therapeutic communications --
10. Life-span development. section 2: Airway --
11. Airway management and ventilation. section 3: Patient assessment --
12. Patient assessment. section 4: Trauma --
13. Trauma systems and mechanism of injury --
14. Hemorrhage and shock --
15. Soft tissue trauma --
16. Burns --
17. Head and facial trauma --
18. Spinal trauma --
19. Thoracic trauma --
20. Abdominal trauma --
21. Musculoskeletal trauma. section 5: Medical emergencies --
22. Pulmonary emergencies --
23. Cardiology --
24. Neurology --
25. Endocrinology --
26. Allergies and anaphylaxis --
27. Gastroenterology --
28. Toxicology --
29. Hematology --
30. Infectious and communicable diseases --
31. Behavioral and psychiatric disorders --
32. Gynecology --
33. Obstetrics. section 6: Special considerations --
34. Neonatology --
35. Pediatrics --
36. Geriatrics --
37. Patients with special challenges --
38. Acute interventions for the home health-care patient. section 7: Operations --
39. Ambulance operations --
40. Medical incident command --
41. Rescue awareness and operations --
42. Paramedic response to hazardous materials incidents --
43. Crime scene awareness. section 8: Advanced life support monitoring --
44. 12-lead ECG --
45. Capnography: the new prehospital vital sign --
46. Understanding blood and blood chemistry. Practice exam --
Practice exam answers.
Other Titles: EMT-paramedic
Emergency medical technician-paramedic
Responsibility: Peter A. DiPrima Jr., EMT-P, Instructor-Suffolk County Emergency Medical Services, Suffolk County New York, Fire District Manager/Certified Instructor Coordinator, Holbrook Fire District, Holbrook, New York, George P. Benedetto Jr., DHA(c), MPA, EMT-P, Trauma Coordinator, Department of Surgery, New York Hospital Queens, Flushing, New York, EMS Emergency Care Instructor and Educator, New York-Presbyterian Hospital, the University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell, New York, New York.

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