Pocket Reference for the EMT-B and First Responder
For First Responders and Emergency Medical Technicians courses.Pocket Reference for the EMT-B and First Responder is written specifically for EMT-Bs and First Responders. A must-have for every EMT-B and First Responder, this handy, easy-to-carry pocketsize field reference complements all Brady First Responder and EMT-Basic textbooks and includes patient assessment flow charts and skills sequences.
- Paperback | 202 pages
- 99.06 x 137.16 x 15.24mm | 113.4g
- 22 May 2002
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- 2nd edition
Table of contents
1. Vital Signs and Patient Assessment. 2. Airway Management and Breathing Skills. 3. Assessment Skills. 4. ALS Assist Skills. 5. Adult CPR. 6. Adult Foreign Body Airway Obstruction. 7. Shock Management Skills. 8. Immobilization Skills. 9. Skills for Moving Non-Trauma Patients. 10. Geriatric Patients. 11. Pediatric Patients. 12. Pregnancy and Birth. 13. Poisons. 14. Burns. 15. Active Rewarming Frostbite. 16. Refusal of Emergency Care. 17. Handwashing. 18. Ambulance Operations. 19. Special Operations. 20. Anatomy Charts. 21. Pharmacology Review. 22. Medications that EMT-Bs Assist/Administer "with Doctor's Permission." 23. Common Prescribed and Over-the-Counter Medications. 24. Communicable Diseases. 25. Infectious Disease Exposure Procedures. 26. Standard Abbreviations. 27. Standard Terms and Planes. 28. Word Parts. 29. Ambulance-to-Hospital Radio Support. Important Phone Numbers
About Robert J. Elling
Bob Elling, MPA, REMT P, is a Professor of Management for the American College of Prehospital Medicine, a faculty member for Hudson Valley Community College Institute of Prehospital Emergency Medicine, and a paramedic with the Town of Colonie EMS Department. Bob has served as a paramedic and Lieutenant for NYC*EMS, Associate Director of the New York State EMS Program, and Education Coordinator for "PULSE: Emergency Medical Update:"