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This companion is a highly accessible and comprehensive clinical guide to performing procedures in the emergency, urgent, and primary care settings. Designed as an easy-to-use reference, it is the only volume to address procedures for all three specialty settings.
Table of Contents
|The Basics of Patient Procedures: Universal Precautions, Infection Control, Patient Preparation, and Education||p. 1|
|Procedures for Airway Management|
|Procedures for Basic Airway Management||p. 13|
|Airway Foreign Body Removal||p. 21|
|Managing Pain Using Injectable Anesthetics|
|Anesthetic Agents and Procedures for Local and Field Infiltration||p. 29|
|Procedures for Performing Regional Anesthesia||p. 37|
|Procedure for Performing Digital Anesthesia||p. 47|
|Procedure for Performing Beir Anesthesia||p. 51|
|Procedure for Performing Auricular Anesthesia||p. 55|
|Skin and Wound Management Procedures|
|Overview of Wound Healing: Anatomy and Physiology||p. 59|
|Procedure for Managing Puncture Wounds||p. 67|
|Procedures for Removing a Soft Tissue Foreign Body||p. 71|
|Managing Animal and Human Bites||p. 81|
|Wound Closure Procedures||p. 87|
|Managing Minor Burns||p. 105|
|Procedures for the Management of Nail and Nailbed Injuries|
|Procedure for Managing Ingrown Toe Nails||p. 111|
|Procedures for Treating Subungual Hematoma||p. 119|
|Procedures for Managing Paronychia||p. 123|
|Procedures for Treating Felons||p. 129|
|Incision and Drainage Procedures|
|Abscess Overview||p. 135|
|Procedure for Incision and Drainage of Subcutaneous Abscess||p. 139|
|Procedure for Managing Pilonidal Cyst/Abscess||p. 147|
|Procedure for Managing Bartholin Abscess||p. 153|
|Procedures for Examination and Treatment of Common Eye Injuries|
|Eye Examination||p. 159|
|Managing Eye Injuries||p. 165|
|Procedures for Managing Common Nose Conditions|
|Procedures for Controlling Epistaxis||p. 171|
|Procedure for Nasal Foreign Body Removal||p. 175|
|Procedures for Managing Common Ear Injuries|
|Procedure for Cerumen Removal||p. 179|
|Procedure for Foreign Body Removal From the Ear Canal and Lobe||p. 185|
|Procedure for Managing an Auricular Hematoma||p. 191|
|Procedures for Examination and Management of Common Dental Injuries|
|Dental Anatomy, Examination, and Anesthetics||p. 197|
|Procedures for Managing Dental Injuries||p. 207|
|Procedures for Managing Common Musculoskeletal Conditions and Injuries|
|Procedure for Arthrocentesis||p. 219|
|Procedure for Therapeutic Joint Injection||p. 225|
|Procedure for Shoulder Dislocation||p. 231|
|Procedure for Patella Dislocation||p. 239|
|Procedure for Digit Dislocation||p. 243|
|Procedure for Managing Nurse Maid's Elbow||p. 249|
|Procedure for Splinting of Extremities||p. 253|
|Procedures for Managing Common Gastrointestinal Conditions|
|Procedure for Managing a Thrombosed Hemorrhoid||p. 263|
|Procedures for Managing Common Genitourinary Conditions|
|Procedure for Treating a Hair Tourniquet||p. 271|
|Procedures for Treating Phimosis and Paraphimosis||p. 277|
|Suprapubic Catheter Care and Troubleshooting||p. 285|
|Procedure for Removal of Vaginal Foreign Body||p. 291|
|Procedures for Performing Skin Biopsy|
|Procedures for Performing Skin Biopsy||p. 295|
|Appendix-Drug Names||p. 301|
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