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100 Cases in UK Paramedic Practice

Author: Christoph Schroth; Peter Phillips
Publisher: Milton : Routledge, 2018.
Series: 100 Cases in Healthcare Ser.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Pre-hospital care plays an increasingly important part in contemporary healthcare delivery and the skills of paramedics, emergency medical technicians and emergency care assistants are a vital part of this. This casebook supports readers to develop the necessary assessment and decision-making skills they need in order to effectively manage a variety of cases typically seen in UK paramedic practice. 100 Cases in UK  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Schroth, Christoph.
100 Cases in UK Paramedic Practice.
Milton : Routledge, ©2018
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Christoph Schroth; Peter Phillips
ISBN: 9780429952913 0429952910 9780429952906 0429952902 9780429952890 0429952899 9780429489778 0429489773 1138592811 9781138592810 113859282X 9781138592827
OCLC Number: 1057678348
Notes: CASE 66: EPIGASTRIC PAIN
Description: 1 online resource (245 pages)
Contents: 100 cases in UK paramedic science- Front Cover; Half Title; 100 cases in healthcare; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Acknowledgements; Preface; The assessment and history-taking structure of this book; The primary survey and initial scene approach; History-taking structures and models; The Medical Model; HPC-history of presenting complaint; PMH-past medical history; DHx-drug history; Allergies; SHx-social history; FHx-family history; ROS-review of systems; List of abbreviations; Part I: System-specific cases; Chapter 1: Cardiovascular system; CASE 1: AN ELDERLY FEMALE FEELING UNWELL CASE 2: PALPITATIONSCASE 3: SHORTNESS OF BREATH; Chapter 2: Respiratory system; CASE 4: SHORTNESS OF BREATH; CASE 5: SHORTNESS OF BREATH; Chapter 3: Abdominal/gastrointestinal/renal system; CASE 6: DECREASED LEVEL OF CONSCIOUSNESS; CASE 7: DIARRHOEA AND VOMITING; CASE 8: FLANK PAIN; Chapter 4: Neurological system; CASE 9: 'WORST HEADACHE OF MY LIFE'; CASE 10: 'IS THERE A MEDICAL DOCTOR, PARAMEDIC OR NURSE ON BOARD?'; Chapter 5: Obstetrics and gynaecology; CASE 11: PV BLEEDING; CASE 12: WOMAN IN LABOUR; Chapter 6: Toxicology; CASE 13: STUDENT WITH AN OPIOID OVERDOSE CASE 14: SUSPECTED OVERDOSEChapter 7: Resuscitation; CASE 15: COLLAPSE AT THE BUS STOP; CASE 16: CPR AT THE WATERPARK; Chapter 8: Mental Health; CASE 17: SELF-HARM; Chapter 9: Paediatrics; CASE 18: CHILD WITH A RASH; Chapter 10: Trauma; CASE 19: STABBED ABDOMEN; CASE 20: ADULT WITH BURNS; Part II: Mixed cases for self-assessment; CASE 21: AN ADULT MALE WITH CHEST PAIN; CASE 22: PAINFUL URINATION; CASE 23: SHORTNESS OF BREATH AT A LOCAL SCHOOL; CASE 24: SEIZURES IN HOME CARE; CASE 25: ACUTE COUGH; CASE 26: SINGLE VEHICLE ROLLOVER INCIDENT WITH MULTIPLE PATIENTS CASE 27: MANAGING ASTHMA IN A 21-YEAR-OLD FEMALECASE 28: FEBRILE KID WITH A COUGH; CASE 29: STABBED CHEST; CASE 30: FEVER IN THE RETURNING TRAVELLER; CASE 31: CHILD WITH SEIZURES; CASE 32: COLLAPSED MAN IN THE PARK; CASE 33: PATIENT WITH CLOTTING PROBLEMS; CASE 34: SHORTNESS OF BREATH; CASE 35: END-OF-LIFE CANCER CARE; CASE 36: PATIENT ON A VENTILATOR; CASE 37: ANKLE INJURY; CASE 38: INJURY FROM AN AXE; CASE 39: REFUSAL OF CARE; CASE 40: EPISTAXIS; CASE 41: 'DO I START RESUSCITATION?'; CASE 42: CHEST PAIN AND HYPOTENSION; CASE 43: INGESTION OF LAUNDRY DETERGENT; CASE 44: PALPITATIONS CASE 45: SMOKE INHALATIONCASE 46: ASSESSMENT OF CAPACITY; CASE 47: 'NINJAS ON THE LAWN!'; CASE 48: ELDERLY FALLER; CASE 49: PAEDIATRIC CARDIAC ARREST CALCULATIONS; CASE 50: FACIAL WEAKNESS; CASE 51: COLLAPSE AT THE HARBOUR; CASE 52: A CHILD WHO FELL; CASE 53: A MAN WITH A SWOLLEN FACE; CASE 54: SEVERE BACK PAIN; CASE 55: FEVER; CASE 56: HANGING; CASE 57: KNEE PAIN; CASE 58: CONSENT IN MINORS; CASE 59: DIVER DOWN; CASE 60: ABDOMINAL PAIN; CASE 61: SEPSIS; CASE 62: MOUNTAIN MEDICINE; CASE 63: I'M WORRIED ABOUT MY CREWMATE; CASE 64: PURPLE URINE; CASE 65: EXACERBATION OF COPD
Series Title: 100 Cases in Healthcare Ser.

Abstract:

Pre-hospital care plays an increasingly important part in contemporary healthcare delivery and the skills of paramedics, emergency medical technicians and emergency care assistants are a vital part of this. This casebook supports readers to develop the necessary assessment and decision-making skills they need in order to effectively manage a variety of cases typically seen in UK paramedic practice. 100 Cases in UK Paramedic Practice allows for learning and revision through 100 scenarios which aim to encompass cases that may be seen in daily practice. The book covers scenarios that can occur at any moment of the day, from an ambulance shift to primary care settings to event standby duties. The bite-size structure of this book allows the reader to focus on body systems or random case scenarios, depending on their preference. This is an essential, evidence-based guide for studentsof pre-hospital care and a useful reference for qualified staff as a source of continued professional development or as a revision tool.

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