Resuscitation Greats

Author: Peter J. F. Baskett
Editor: Clinical Press
ISBN: 9781854570499
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This is a very readable and comprehensive historical account of the development of resuscitation techniques by great medical figures over the last two thousand years. Edited by well-known medical brothers Peter and Tom Baskett, the book is based on articles contributed to the journal 'Resuscitation' by 56 authors from 16 countries worldwide. The book not only records the contribution of the 'resuscitation greats' to the medical field but also describes their individual characters, intriguing relationships, multiple talents, illegal behaviour and in one case fatal encounter with the guillotine! RESUSCITATION GREATS paints the historical background to modern resuscitation techniques. It should be read with enjoyment and enlightenment by anybody who may be involved in resuscitation... and that virtually includes everybody!

Index Medicus

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Cumulated Index Medicus

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Emergency And Trauma Care For Nurses And Paramedics

Author: Kate Curtis (Trauma clinical nurse consultant)
Editor: Elsevier
ISBN: 0729587207
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Endorsed by the College of Emergency Nursing Australasia CENA is the peak professional association representing emergency nurses and has endorsed this text in recognition of the relevance it has to emergency nursing across Australasia. Led by an expanded editorial team of internationally recognised clinicians, researchers and leaders in emergency care, the 3rd edition of Emergency and Trauma Care for Nurses and Paramedics continues to be the foremost resource for students preparing to enter the emergency environment and for clinicians seeking a greater understanding of multidisciplinary emergency care. The text provides nursing and paramedicine students and clinicians with the opportunity to understand the best available evidence behind the treatment that is provided throughout the emergency care trajectory. This unique approach ultimately seeks to strengthen multidisciplinary care and equip readers with the knowledge and skills to provide safe, quality, emergency care. The 3rd edition builds on the strengths of previous editions and follows a patient journey and body systems approach, spanning the pre-hospital and hospital environments. Expanded editorial team, all internationally recognised researchers and leaders in Emergency Care Chapter 6 Patient safety and quality care in emergency All chapters revised to reflect the most up-to-date evidence-based research and practice Case studies and practice tips highlight cultural considerations and communication issues Aligns to NSQHSS 2e, NMBA and PBA Standards An eBook included in all print purchases

Neurocritical Care An Issue Of Critical Care Clinics

Author: Cherylee W.J. Chang
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0323326048
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This issue of Critical Care Clinics focuses on Neurocritical Care and covers topics such as: The Evolution of Neurocritical Care, Update in management of acute ischemic stroke, Intracerebral hemorrhage, Subarachnoid treatment, Intracranial pressure monitoring and management of intracranial hypertension, Status Epilepticus, Brain Resuscitation and Prognosis after Cardiac Arrest, Neuromuscular complications of Critical Illness, Adverse Neurological Effects of Commonly Used ICU medications, and Brain death and management of a potential organ donor.

Love Among The Greats And Other Stories

Author: Edith Pearlman
Editor: Eastern Washington University
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A collection of short stories by Edith Pearlman.

Emergency And Trauma Care For Nurses And Paramedics

Author: Kate Curtis
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0729579824
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Emergency and Trauma Care is written for Australian emergency care providers including paramedics, emergency nurses, pre-hospital care providers, nurse practitioners, general practice nurses and allied health practitioners including occupational therapists and physiotherapists who are caring for trauma patients. This book follows the patient journey from pre-hospital to definitive care. Using a body systems approach, each chapter provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of adult and paediatric emergencies. Implications for clinical practice is supported by chapters of professional practice, clinical skills, research, evidence-based practice, and legal, ethical and cultural issues. Clinical assessment, physiology, management and rationale for intervention of common and not so common emergency presentations are provided, with each chapter providing clear and relevant examples for both Paramedics and Nurses. Emergency and Trauma Care brings together a team of highly respected clinical practitioners and academics to deliver the most up-to-date text dealing with the practical procedures and evidence experienced by emergency and trauma care providers every day. Chapter 2 Pre-hospital care overview in Australia and NZ Chapter 10 Scene assessment, management and rescue Chapter 11 Pre-Hospital Clinical Reasoning, Triage and Communication Pre-hospital and emergency nursing considerations included in all relevant chapters Chapter 5 Cultural Considerations in Emergency Care addresses cultural diversity, beliefs and values and focuses on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and Maori health Chapter 19 Resuscitation includes advanced life support, airway management and incorporates the 2010 Australian Resuscitation Council guidelines Chapter 37 People with disabilities provides assessment, examination and communication strategies for working with clients with intellectual and physical disabilities Section 5 focuses on examination and communication strategies for working with unique population groups, including the elderly, disabled, obstetric and paediatric patients Section 6 details major trauma assessment and management, blast injury, and trauma to specific body regions Essentials outline the main points addressed in each chapter Practice tips assist with communication skills, procedures and assessment Case studies supported by questions throughout Summaries and Key points, review questions, web links and references provide for consolidation and further research. Evolve resources include Power point slides, 30 additional Case studies, image bank, web links Three paramedic specific chapters (including scene assessment and management)

The British National Bibliography

Author: Arthur James Wells
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Trauma Ninth Edition

Author: Ernest E. Moore
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 126014335X
File Size: 41,91 MB
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The world’s leading resource for to diagnosing and treating any injury—quickly, safely, and effectively Unparalleled in its breadth and depth of expertly crafted content, Trauma takes you through the full range of injuries you are likely to encounter. With a full-color atlas of anatomic drawings and surgical approaches, this trusted classic provides thorough coverage of kinematics and the mechanisms of trauma injury, the epidemiology of trauma, injury prevention, the basics of trauma systems, triage, and transport, and more. It then reviews generalized approaches to the trauma patient, from pre-hospital care and managing shock, to emergency department thoracotomy and the management of infections; delivers a clear, organ-by-organ survey of treatment protocols; and shows how to handle specific challenges in trauma―including alcohol and drug abuse, and combat-related wounds―in addition to post-traumatic complications such as multiple organ failure. 500 photos and illustrations Color atlas Numerous X-rays, CT scans, and algorithms High-yield section on specific approaches to the trauma patient A-to-Z overview of management of specific traumatic injuries Detailed discussion of the management of complications

Interchange

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Motor Racing The Grand Prix Greats

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The Life Letters And Sermons Of Bishop Herbert De Losinga

Author: Herbert de Losinga (bp. of Norwich)
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Samt

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Effective Teaching In Adult And Higher Education

Author: Paul Westmeyer
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The Oxford Magazine

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Medicine And Technology In Canada 1900 1950

Author: Allison Kirk-Montgomery
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"Over the past two centuries, technology has played a significant role in the understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of disease in Canada. Technology -- in the form of instruments, devices, machines, drugs, and systems -- has aided medical science, altered medical practice, and changed the illness experience of patients. Nineteenth-century medical technology consisted of predominantly surgical and diagnostic instruments used by individual practitioners. By the twentieth century, large, hospital–based technologies operated by teams emerged as powerful tools in the identification and management of disease [...] Our selection of diseases, research initiatives, and medical treatments highlights larger patterns in medicine, identifies Canadian contributions, and considers the impact of these innovations on Canadian society. In this fifty–year period, public health initiatives limited the spread of contagious diseases and addressed the problem of impure water and milk. Medical practitioners used X–rays to diagnose tuberculosis and to treat cancer. The discovery of insulin in Toronto in 1921–22 offered a management therapy for diabetes patients, who were otherwise facing certain death.