Includes more than 1400 multiple choice quiz questions and 1400 flashcards. Includes glossary with common terms and definitions in thirteen (13) learning modules:
Certified ER Nurse
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Medical Conditions & Diseases
Medicines and Drugs
Lab Tests & Results
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Emergency Cardiology provides an evidence-based approach to clinical practice, and provide detailed guidance for day-to-day practice in a wider variety of settings - from the emergency department to intensive care and the cardiac ward.
- This is an essential resource for junior doctors, emergency department staff, trainees in cardiology and specialist nurses
- Provides essential advice for the rapid diagnosis and management of cardiac emergencies - both common and more rare
- Includes evidence-based guidelines and the results of the most groundbreaking clinical trials
- Practical format resource
- Use of tables and algorithms enables easy information retrieval, and appendices provide listings of drug regimens and laboratory values
Most traditional older fire departments in larger U.S. central cities of major metropolitan areas use this color for their fire engines, but many smaller cities and also many suburbs now use the color chartreuse yellow for their fire engines because of its supposed greater visibility at night. Some departments have a mix of both.
An ambulance is a vehicle for transportation of sick or injured people to, from or between places of treatment for an illness or injury, and in some instances will also provide out of hospital medical care to the patient. The word is often associated with road going emergency ambulances which form part of an emergency medical service, administering emergency care to those with acute medical problems.
The term ambulance does however extend to a wider range of vehicles other than those with flashing warning lights and sirens, including a large number of non-urgent ambulances which are for transport of patients without an urgent acute condition and a wide range of vehicles including trucks, vans, bicycles, motorbikes, station wagons, buses, helicopters, fixed-wing aircraft, boats, and even hospital ships.
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Emergency Medicine: Diagnosis and Management follows a logical, standard and clear approach designed to maximize the practical delivery of bedside care and to make quick decisions. This resource provides all the appropriate concise information to deliver high standards of emergency care.
- A wealth of new appendices and essential key information at a glance
- Redesigned with icons, boxes, practical advice, numerous tables, charts and diagrams to help you find the information at a glance
- Includes the 2010 cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the very latest evidence-based guidelines
- Includes 5 calculators and 2 interactive flowcharts which assist in making clinical decisions
- New sections on critical care, practical procedures, infectious disease and the traveler, tropical diseases, disaster medicine and starting out in the emergency department