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Prehospital emergency care

Autor: Joseph J Mistovich; Keith J Karren; Howard A Werman; Brent Q Hafen
Editora: Boston : Brady/Pearson, ©2010.
Edição/Formato   Print book : Inglês : 9th edVer todas as edições e formatos
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"The most complete resource for EMT-B training, this best-selling, reader-friendly book contains clear, step-by-step explanations with comprehensive, stimulating, and challenging material that prepares and equips users for real on-the-job situations. With its use of the case study model, state-of-the-art scans, algorithms, protocols, and the inclusion of areas above and beyond the DOT protocols, this new, 9th  Ler mais...
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Tipo de Documento: Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Joseph J Mistovich; Keith J Karren; Howard A Werman; Brent Q Hafen
ISBN: 9780135028094 0135028094 9780135028100 0135028108
Número OCLC: 316017554
Descrição: 1, 1534 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Conteúdos: pt. 1. Preparatory, public health. 1. Emergency medical care systems, research, and public health : The emergency medical services system ; The EMT ; Research and EMS care ; Public health --
2. Workforce safety and wellness of the EMT : Emotional aspects of emergency care ; Scene safety ; Wellness principles --
3. Medical, legal, and ethical issues : The scope of practice ; Issues of patient consent and refusal ; Other legal aspects of emergency care --
4. Documentation : Functions of the prehospital care report ; Collection of data in prehospital care reports ; Legal concerns ; Special situations ; Alternative documentation methods ; Medical abbreviations --
5. Communication : EMS communications system ; Communicating within the system ; Team communication and dynamics ; Therapeutic communication --
6. Lifting and moving patients : Body mechanics for safe lifting ; General guidelines for lifting and moving ; Lifting and moving patients ; Packaging for transportation ; General guidelines for carrying a patient using a backboard, portable stretcher, or flexible stretcher --
pt. 2. Anatomy and physiology, medical terminology. 7. Anatomy, physiology, and medical terminology : Anatomical terms ; Body systems ; Medical terminology --
pt. 3. Pathophysiology. 8. Pathophysiology : Cellular metabolism ; Components necessary for adequate perfusion --
pt. 4. Life span development. 9. Life span development --
pt. 5. Airway management, respiration, and artificial ventilation. 10. Airway management, artificial ventilation, and oxygenation : Respiration ; Respiratory system review ; Airway assessment ; Assessment of breathing ; Assessing for adequate breathing ; Making the decision to ventilate or not ; Techniques of artificial ventilation ; Special considerations in airway management and ventilation ; Oxygen therapy. pt. 6. Assessment. 11. Baseline vital signs, monitoring devices, and history taking : Gathering patient information ; Baseline vital signs ; Monitoring equipment ; Preparing to take the history ; Taking the history --
12. Scene size-up : Take the necessary standard precautions and other personal protection precautions ; Determine scene safety ; Determine the nature of the problem ; Determine the number of patients --
13. Patient assessment : Scene size-up ; Primary assessment ; Form a general impression of the patient ; Assess level of consciousness (mental status) ; Assess the airway ; Assess breathing ; Assess circulation ; Establish patient priorities ; Secondary assessment ; Overview of secondary assessment: anatomical and body systems approaches, baseline vital signs, and history ; Secondary assessment: trauma patient ; Reevaluate the mechanism of injury ; Rapid secondary assessment: trauma patient with significant mechanism of injury, altered mental status, multiple injuries, or critical finding (unstable) ; Modified secondary assessment: trauma patient with no significant mechanism of injury, altered mental status, multiple injuries, or critical finding (stable) ; Secondary assessment: medical patient who is not alert or is disoriented, is responding only to verbal or painful stimuli, or is unresponsive ; Responsive medical patient who is alert and oriented ; Reassessment: purposes of the reassessment ; Repeat the primary assessment ; Complete the reassessment --
pt. 7. Pharmacology. 14. Pharmacology and medication administration : Administering medications ; Medications commonly administered by the EMT ; Medication names ; Routes of administration ; Medication forms ; Essential medication information ; Key steps in administering medications ; Reassessment following administration ; Sources of medication information. pt. 8. Shock and resuscitation. 15. Shock and resuscitation : Shock ; Resuscitation in cardiac arrest ; Automated external defibrillation and cardiopulmonary resuscitation ; Recognizing and treating cardiac arrest ; Special considerations for the AED --
pt. 9. Medicine. 16. Respiratory emergencies : Respiratory anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology ; Respiratory distress ; Pathophysiology of conditions that cause respiratory distress ; Metered-dose inhalers and small-volume nebulizers ; Age-related variations: pediatrics and geriatrics ; Assessment and care: general guidelines --
17. Cardiovascular emergencies : Review of the circulatory system anatomy and physiology ; Cardiac compromise and acute coronary syndrome (ACS) ; Nitroglycerin ; Age-related variations: pediatrics and geriatrics ; Assessment and care: general guidelines --
18. Altered mental status, stroke, and headache : Altered mental status ; Stroke ; Headache --
19. Seizures and syncope : Seizure ; Syncope --
20. Acute diabetic emergencies : Understanding diabetes mellitus ; Acute diabetic emergencies ; Assessment-based approach: altered mental status in a diabetic emergency --
21. Anaphylactic reactions --
22. Toxicologic emergencies : Poisons and poisonings ; Ingested poisons ; Inhaled poisons ; Injected poisons ; Absorbed poisons ; Specific types of poisoning ; Poison control centers ; Drug and alcohol emergencies ; Specific substance abuse considerations --
23. Abdominal, gynecologic, genitourinary, and renal emergencies : Acute abdomen ; Gynecologic emergencies ; Genitourinary/renal emergencies --
24. Environmental emergencies : Heat and cold emergencies ; Exposure to cold ; Exposure to heat ; Bites and stings ; Lightning strike injuries ; High-altitude sickness --
25. Submersion incidents: drowning and diving emergencies : Water-related emergencies ; Scuba or deepwater diving emergencies --
26. Behavioral emergencies : Behavioral problems ; Dealing with behavioral emergencies ; Legal considerations. pt. 10. Trauma. 27. Trauma overview: the trauma patient and the trauma system : The kinetics of trauma ; Mechanisms of injury ; The multisystem trauma patient ; The golden period ; The trauma system ; Golden principles of prehospital trauma care --
28. Bleeding and soft tissue trauma : External bleeding ; Internal bleeding ; Factors that may increase bleeding ; Hemorrhagic shock ; Soft tissue trauma ; Closed soft tissue injuries ; Open soft tissue injuries ; Dressings and bandages --
29. Burns : The skin: structure and function review ; Airway, breathing, and circulation ; Effects of burns on body systems ; Assessment and care of burns --
30. Musculoskeletal trauma : Musculoskeletal system review ; Injuries to bones and joints ; Basics of splinting --
31. Head trauma : Anatomy of the skull and brain ; Head injury --
32. Spinal column and spinal cord trauma : Anatomy and physiology of spine injury ; Emergency care for suspected spine injury ; Guidelines for immobilization ; Special considerations --
33. Eye, face, and neck trauma : Anatomy of the eye, face, and neck ; Eye, face, and neck injuries ; Specific injuries involving the eye, face, and neck --
34. Chest trauma : The chest --
35. Abdominal and genitourinary trauma : The abdomen ; Genital trauma --
36. Multisystem trauma and trauma in special patient populations : Multisystem trauma ; Trauma in special patient populations ; Assessment-based approach: multisystem trauma and trauma in special patient populations --
pt. 11. Special patient populations. 37. Obstetrics and care of the newborn : Anatomy and physiology of the obstetric patient ; Antepartum (predelivery) emergencies ; Labor and normal delivery ; Abnormal delivery ; Care of the newborn --
38. Pediatrics : Dealing with caregivers ; Dealing with the child ; assessment-based approach to pediatric emergencies ; Airway and respiratory problems in pediatric patients ; Specific pediatric respiratory and cardiopulmonary conditions ; Other pediatric medical conditions and emergencies ; pediatric trauma ; Child abuse and neglect ; Special care considerations --
39. Geriatrics : Effects of aging on body systems ; Special geriatric assessment findings ; Assessment-based approach: geriatric patients --
40. Patients with special challenges : Recognizing the patient with special challenges ; Sensory impairments ; Cognitive and emotional impairments ; Paralysis ; Obesity ; Homelessness and poverty ; Abuse ; Technology dependence ; Airway and respiratory devices ; Vascular access devices ; Renal failure and dialysis ; Gastrointestinal and genitourinary devices ; Intraventricular shunts ; Terminally ill patients. pt. 12. EMS operations. 41. Ambulance operations and air medical response : Driving the ambulance ; Warning devices ; Roadway incident scene safety ; Phases of an ambulance call ; Air medical transport ; Security and safety --
42. Gaining access and patient extrication : Planning ahead ; Sizing up the scene ; Gaining access ; Extrication ; Specialized stabilization, extrication, and disentanglement techniques --
43. Hazardous materials : Identifying hazardous materials ; Guidelines for hazardous materials rescues --
44. Multiple-casualty incidents and incident management : Multiple-casualty incidents ; National incident management system ; Triage ; Disaster management --
45. EMS response to terrorism involving weapons of mass destruction : Weapons of mass destruction ; Prehospital response to terrorism involving WMD ; Conventional weapons and incendiary devices ; Chemical agents ; Biological agents ; Nuclear weapons and radiation ; Personal protection and patient decontamination --
Appendix 1. ALS-assist skills : Assisting in intravenous therapy ; ECG lead placement --
Appendix 2. Advanced airway management : Airway and respiratory anatomy and physiology ; Basic airway management ; Orotracheal intubation ; Orotracheal suctioning ; Alternative intubation methods ; Orotracheal intubation in infants and children ; Nasogastric insertion in infants and children.
Responsabilidade: Joseph J. Mistovich, Keith J. Karren ; medical editor, Howard A. Werman ; legacy author, Brent Q. Hafen.

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