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EMR Complete A Worktext

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9780135037713

ISBN10:
0135037719
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Pub. Date:
1/6/2010
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Prentice Hall
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Summary

EMR Complete: A Worktextis Brady#x19;s first EMR offering that meets the National EMS Education Standards. This worktext is a combination text/workbook that reinforces student learning by enabling students to instantly apply knowledge throughout a chapter, not just at the end. In addition to the worktext format of the book, several pedagogical components have been integrated to ensure optimal student learning, including: a Navigation Guide, Objectives, Key Terms, Media Resources, #x1C;Stop, Review, Remember#x1D; exercises, and #x1C;Big Picture#x1D; scene illustrations. Review, Practice Examinations, Critical Thinking sections, and Case Studies reinforce key concepts and require the student to apply what they have learned, making this a true worktext. The knowledge and skills presented in this text maintain the perspective of the most important person in the EMS System-the one who arrives first.

Author Biography

Daniel Limmer, EMT-P, has been involved in EMS for 31 years. He is active as a paramedic with Kennebunk Fire-Rescue in Kennebunk, Maine. A passionate educator, Dan teaches basic, advanced, and continuing education EMS courses throughout Maine. He previously taught at the George Washington University in Washington, DC, where he coordinated international EMS education programs, and at the Hudson Valley Community College in Troy, New York. He is a charter member of the National Association of EMS Educators.

            Dan has also been involved in law enforcement, serving both as a dispatcher and police officer in Colonie, New York. Dan received several awards and honors in law enforcement including the distinguished service award (officer of the year), life saving award, and three command recognition awards. He served in the communications, patrol, juvenile, narcotics, and training units in the police department. Dan retired from police work in New York but remains active as a police officer on a part-time basis in Maine.

            In addition to authoring numerous EMS journal articles, Dan has co-authored numerous EMS texts including Emergency Care, First Responder–A Skills Approach, EMT Complete: A Basic Worktext, Advanced Medical Life Support, and the Active Learning Manual for EMTs.

Table of Contents

SECTION 1 PREPARATORY

  1. Introduction to EMS Systems    
  2. EMR Safety and Wellness    
  3. Medical, Legal, and Ethical Issues    
  4. Medical Terminology    
  5. Anatomy and Physiology    
  6. Lifespan Development    

Section Review    

 

SECTION 2 AIRWAY AND CARDIAC RESUSCITATION

  1. Airway  
  2. Cardiac Resuscitation and Defibrillation 

Section Review  

 

SECTION 3 PATIENT ASSESSMENT

  1. Patient Assessment: Scene Size-up  
  2. Patient Assessment: Primary Survey    
  3. Patient Assessment: History and Vital Signs  
  4. Patient Assessment: Secondary Assessment  
  5. Communication and Documentation  

Section Review  

 

SECTION 4 MEDICAL EMERGENCIES

  1. Cardiac and Respiratory Emergencies  
  2. Altered Mental Status    
  3. Medical Emergencies    

Section Review  

 

SECTION 5 TRAUMA

  1. Overview of Trauma and Trauma Systems  
  2. Bleeding and Shock    
  3. Chest and Abdominal Emergencies    
  4. Soft Tissue Injuries    
  5. Injuries to the Head and Spine    
  6. Musculoskeletal Injuries    
  7. Environmental Emergencies    

Section Review

 

SECTION 6 SPECIAL PATIENT POPULATIONS

  1. Obstetrics and Neonatal Care    
  2. Pediatric Emergencies   
  3. Geriatric Patients   
  4. Special Populations and Situations    

Section Review  

 

SECTION 7 OPERATIONS

  1. Operations    
  2. Incident Management    
  3. Special Operations    
  4. Terrorism and Natural Disasters    


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