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Resuscitation and Life Support in Disasters Relief of Pain and Suffering in Disaster Situations : Proceedings of the International Congress on Disaster Medicine, Mainz, 1977, Part 2

Author: Rudolf Frey; Peter Safar
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1980.
Series: Disaster Medicine, 2; Disaster medicine, 2.
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The Police Emergency Unit concept for our Community has proven to be unique and highly practical. Highly skilled teams of college trained, physician- supervised Police Offi cers render emergency care for trauma and illness with remarkable expertise. The roving, constantly on duty concept has distinct merits. It does provide a low cost system to en sure the delivery of emergency medical care to a community with a  Read more...
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All Authors / Contributors: Rudolf Frey; Peter Safar
ISBN: 9783642670954 3642670954 9783540090441 3540090444
OCLC Number: 858929697
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Contents: Preface to the Series --
List of Authors --
Resuscitation and Life Support in Disasters --
Stages of Resuscitation and Life Support in Disasters --
Teaching Life Saving First Aid to the Population at Large --
Extended Rescue Action by Members of Rescue Organisations --
Education of Medical Students in Emergency Medical Services (Disaster Medicine) in Sweden and Norway --
Unexpected Results from an Evalution of Basic Life Support Training --
Indwelling Central Venous Catheters for the Critically 111 Patients --
A Combined Oxygen Resuscitator, Analgesic and Anaesthetic Machine for Use in Disaster Situations --
Requirements for Manually Operated Resuscitators for Use in Disaster Situations --
ECG Telemetry Transmitter, a Vital Tool for Emergency Medical Technicians in Rescue Line --
Use of Modified Liquid Gelatins in Transfusions --
in France --
The Possibilities, Requirements and Usefulness of an Immediate Prophylaxis as well as of the Treatment of Traumatic Shock in the Field --
Volemic Re-equilibration with Noncolloidal Isotonic Solutions Under Everyday and Natural Disaster Circumstances --
Possibilities of Oral Fluid Substitution Under Disaster Conditions --
Potential Time Economy in Resuscitation During Disasters by Use of Low Energy, Direct Current, First Shock in Human Cross Chest Ventricular Defibrillation --
Changes in Lipid Metabolism Following Bum Injuries --
Consideration of Therapeutic Measures --
2. Relief of Pain and Suffering in Disaster Situations --
Relief of Pain and Suffering in Disaster Situations --
Requirements for Medicinal Pain Control and Sedation in Disaster Situations --
Techniques of Administration of Nitrous Oxide/Oxygen Mixtures in the Emergency Situation --
Analgesia in Mass Accidents --
Total Spinal Block for Sequelae After Head and Neck Injuries --
Analgesic Onset Time of IV Butorphanol in Postsurgical Patients --
Assessment and Anesthesia for Multiple Trauma Patients --
The 'Tri-Service' Anaesthetic and Resuscitation System --
Anaesthesia for Battle Casualties in Nigeria --
The Use of Ketamine Hydrochloride for Relief of Pain and Suffering in Disaster Situations --
Regional Anesthesia for Disaster Situations --
General and Local Anaesthesia in Disaster Situations --
Anesthesia Procedures for Disaster Cases in Medicine --
Hypnosis as Emergency Treatment for the Mentally 111 and in Disaster Situations --
3. Workshops: 3.1 Resuscitation --
Experience of Four Repatriation Flights --
The Doctor's Dilemma --
When not to Resuscitate --
Pancommunity Impact of Basic and Advanced Cardiac Life Support Upon Coronary Death Rate --
A Medical Rescue Team for Motor Racing Events --
The Possibilities of Developing Simulators for Lifesaving Measures --
The Training of Medical Students in Emergency Medicine and Disaster Management --
Hyperbaric Chamber for Sport Diving Accidents --
Evaluation of Emergency Medical Services System in the United States --
International Activities in the Emergency Medical Services Project --
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Systems in the United States, Progress Report and Program Projections --
A Systems Approach to Emergency Medical Care --
Evaluation of Fresh Isolated Craniocerebral Traumas Immediately After Hospitalization --
Mobile Intensive Care Unit as a Catastrophe Unit --
Levels of Urgency for Surgical Treatment in Case of Disaster --
Advanced Life Support by Paramedics --
Planning and Developing a Community Hospital Disaster Program --
Basic and Advanced Life Support in the Water, Lifesaving Chain of the Bulgarian Red Cross --
Resuscitation Research and Evaluation in Disaster Medicine --
Life Support Education: from Physician Specialists to Lay Public --
Tri-Service System for Anaesthesia and Resuscitation --
Training Program of the Rescue Services --
Forefront of Disaster Aid --
Proposals for Color and Symbol Coding of Equipment, Instruments and Medications --
Grand Rapids Police. Emergency Medical Technician Program --
Emergency Medical Care: a Police System --
Organization of Emergency Cardiac Care in London, Ontario, Canada --
Nasopharyngeal Tube --
Requirements for Aspiration Apparatus Used Under Disaster Conditions --
3.2. Intravenous Fluids --
Recommendations for the Standardization of Infusion Therapy and Parenteral Nutrition in Disaster Situations --
Indication for Blood, Blood Derivatives, and Colloidal Plasma Expanders in Disaster Situations (J. Kilian and A. Ganzoni) --
Initial Infusion Therapy in Bum Casualties Under Disaster Conditions --
Supraclavicular Puncture and Catheterization Using the Alpha System --
3.3 Relief of Pain and Suffering --
Textiles in the Light of Anesthesia --
Problems of Anesthesia and Resuscitation of the Victims of the Bulgarian Earthquake --
Gammahydroxybutyric Acid --
It Effect on Serum Enzymes and Energy Metabolism During Anesthesia --
The Value of Ketamine in Emergency Cases --
Clinical Experience with an Intravenous Combination Anesthesia and Respiration with an AMBU Bag --
Entonox in Immediate Care --
Evaluation of New Combination Anesthesias for Disaster Situations --
Experience of Ketamine and Diazepam Anaesthesia in Field Hospital Conditions --
Postoperative Pain Relief: in a Developing Country --
3.4 Free Topics --
EMS and its Role in Disaster Medicine --
WHO's Role in Emergency Relief Operations --
Development of a Government Organized Emergency Health Services System in British Columbia --
Summary of the Congress Recommendations by the Session and Workshop Chairmen --
Conclusion of Congress.
Series Title: Disaster Medicine, 2; Disaster medicine, 2.
Responsibility: edited by Rudolf Frey, Peter Safar.

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The Police Emergency Unit concept for our Community has proven to be unique and highly practical. Emergency Unit Calls for Metropolitan Grand Rapids and Kent County Grand Rapids (2 Units E-1 and E-2)  Read more...

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