Nancy Caroline's emergency care in the streets, 6th ed. (DVD included).
Nancy Caroline's emergency care in the streets, 6th ed. (DVD included)
Caroline, Nancy L. Ed. by Bob Elling and Mike Smith.
Jones & Bartlett
This textbook is well organized and filled with useful teaching tools, including many lengthy case studies, questions, and scenarios to test concepts described in the chapter. The 51 chapters are grouped into sections covering preparation, airway, patient assessment, trauma, medical, special considerations, and operations. As an example of the thorough coverage of the text, the chapter topics include the paramedic's well-being, human development, patient communication, toxicology, obstetrics, and terrorism. The enclosed DVD contains a practical skills review; drills on numerous paramedic skills are also included in the text. Elling teaches at Hudson Valley Community College, New York; Smith is with Tacoma Community College, Washington. Oversized: 9.25x11".
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|Date:||Dec 1, 2007|
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