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MyLab BRADY with Pearson eText -- Access Card -- for Emergency Care

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  • Edition: 14th
  • Format: Access Card
  • Copyright: 2020-02-21
  • Publisher: Pearson
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A standard in EMS Education for over 35 years - now with a bold, new approach and updated artwork and images
For over 35 years, Emergency Care has provided generations of EMT students with the practical information they need to succeed in the classroom and in the field. Using the National EMS Education Standards as a foundation, the text goes beyond the Standards to provide the most current, accurate reflection of EMS practice today. Multiple critical-thinking and decision-based features throughout help students integrate the need-to-know material of the classroom with the reality of being an EMT on the street. The 14th Edition has been updated throughout with the addition of more photos, fine-tuned patient care features, and significant reorganization involving the assessment, treatment, and care of children and older adults.

Personalize learning with MyLab BRADY
By combining trusted author content with digital tools and a flexible platform, MyLab personalizes the learning experience and improves results for each student.Designed for EMS students and educators, MyLab BRADY engages students with unique practice opportunities, while supporting educators with valuable teaching material.

Author Biography

Daniel Limmer began working in EMS in 1978. He became an EMT in 1980 and a paramedic in 1981. Currently, he is a lecturer at Central Washington University in Ellensburg, Washington, and an adjunct faculty member at Eastern Maine Community College in Bangor, Maine. He especially enjoys teaching patient assessment and believes critical thinking and decision-making skills are the key to successful clinical practice of EMS. In addition to his EMS experience, was a dispatcher and police officer in upstate New York.

Daniel works part time as a freelance photojournalist and is working on a documentary project photographing EMS people and agencies throughout the United States.

Daniel lives in Maine with his wife, Stephanie, and daughters Sarah and Margo. He is a Jimmy Buffett fan (Parrothead) who attends at least one concert each year.

Michael F. O’Keefe is an EMT Provider Level Leader for National EMS Education Standards. He served as an expert writer for 1994 revision of EMT-Basic curriculum. He has been an EMS volunteer since college in 1976. He is a member of the development group for the National EMS Education Agenda for the Future: A Systems Approach and The National EMS Scope of Practice Model. Michael has a special interest in EMS research, and earned a master’s degree in biostatistics. He is a past chairperson of the National Council of State EMS Training Coordinators. Michael’s interests include science fiction, travel, foreign languages, and stained glass.

Edward T. Dickinson is the medical director of the Malvern, Berwyn, and Radnor Fire Companies in Pennsylvania. He was first certified as an EMT in 1979 in upstate New York and has been continuously certified as a National Registry Paramedic since 1983. In 1985, was the first volunteer firefighter to receive the top award from Firehouse Magazine for heroism for the rescue of two elderly women trapped in a house fire.

Edward has a full-time academic emergency medicine practice at Penn Medicine in Philadelphia where he also serves as the Medical Director for PENNStar Flight. He is board certified in both Emergency Medicine and Emergency Medical Services. He has served as medical editor for numerous Brady EMT and First Responder texts.

Edward lives in Chester County, Pennsylvania, where he is married to Debbie and has two sons, Steve and Alex.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction to Emergency Medical Care
2. Well-Being of the EMT
3. Lifting and Moving Patients
4. Medical, Legal, and Ethical Issues
5. Medical Terminology
6. Anatomy and Physiology
7. Principles of Pathophysiology
8. Life Span Development

9. Airway Management
10. Respiration and Artificial Ventilation

11. Scene Size-Up
12. Primary Assessment
13. Vital Signs and Monitoring Devices
14. Principles of Assessment
15. Secondary Assessment
16. Reassessment
17. Communication and Documentation

18. General Pharmacology
19. Respiratory Emergencies
20. Cardiac Emergencies
21. Resuscitation
22. Diabetic Emergencies and Altered Mental Status
23. Allergic Reaction
24. Infectious Diseases and Sepsis
25. Poisoning and Overdose Emergencies
26. Abdominal Emergencies
27. Behavioral and Psychiatric Emergencies and Suicide
28. Hematologic and Renal Emergencies

29. Bleeding and Shock
30. Soft-Tissue Trauma
31. Chest and Abdominal Trauma
32. Musculoskeletal Trauma
33. Trauma to the Head, Neck, and Spine
34. Multisystem Trauma
35. Environmental Emergencies

36. Obstetric and Gynecologic Emergencies
37. Emergencies for Patients with Special Challenges

38. EMS Operations
39. Hazardous Materials, Multiple-Casualty Incidents, and Incident Management
40. Highway Safety and Vehicle Extrication
41. EMS Response to Terrorism

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