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Nancy Caroline’s Emergency Care in the Streets Student Workbook (with answer key)

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The Student Workbook comes complete with an answer key and page references for further study.

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Nancy Caroline’s Emergency Care in the Streets Student Workbook (with answer key)

Dr. Caroline trained her paramedics to be well-rounded, compassionate, quick-thinking problem solvers. This workbook will help students become great paramedics!

Critical thinking skills are further developed through:

  • Realistic and engaging scenarios
  • ECG interpretation exercises
  • In-depth questions challenging students to determine treatment plans
  • Practice filling inpatient care reports

Comprehension of the course material is aided through:

  • Anatomy labeling exercises
  • Medical vocabulary matching exercises
  • Short answer essay questions
  • Table fill-in activities

Appendices provide additional learning:

  • Case studies and discussion answers provide detailed context and analysis of how to perform assessment and treatment.
  • Skill review gives a handy way to study skill steps, including those tested in state and National Registry skills exams.

Nancy Caroline’s Emergency Care in the Streets Student Workbook comes complete with an answer key and page references for further study.

A custom version of the Student Workbook without the answer key is available as well.

Contents

  • Section  1  Preparatory
  • Chapter  1  EMS Systems
  • Chapter  2  Workforce Safety and Wellness
  • Chapter  3  Public Health
  • Chapter  4  Medical, Legal, and Ethical Issues
  • Chapter  5  Communications
  • Chapter  6  Documentation
  • Chapter  7  Medical Terminology
  • Section  2  The Human Body and Human Systems
  • Chapter  8  Anatomy and Physiology
  • Chapter  9  Pathophysiology
  • Chapter  10  Life Span Development
  • Section  3  Patient Assessment
  • Chapter  11  Patient Assessment
  • Chapter  12  Critical Thinking and Clinical Decision Making
  • Section  4  Pharmacology
  • Chapter  13  Principles of Pharmacology
  • Chapter  14  Medication Administration
  • Section  5  Airway Management
  • Chapter  15  Airway Management and Ventilation
  • Section  6  Medical
  • Chapter  16  Respiratory Emergencies
  • Chapter  17  Cardiovascular Emergencies
  • Chapter  18  Neurologic Emergencies
  • Chapter  19  Diseases of the Eyes, Ears, Nose, and Throat
  • Chapter  20  Abdominal and Gastrointestinal Emergencies
  • Chapter  21  Genitourinary and Renal Emergencies
  • Chapter  22  Gynecologic Emergencies
  • Chapter  23  Endocrine Emergencies
  • Chapter  24  Hematologic Emergencies
  • Chapter  25  Immunologic Emergencies
  • Chapter  26  Infectious Diseases
  • Chapter  27  Toxicology
  • Chapter  28  Psychiatric Emergencies
  • Section  7  Trauma
  • Chapter  29  Trauma Systems and Mechanism of Injury
  • Chapter  30  Bleeding
  • Chapter  31  Soft-Tissue Trauma
  • Chapter  32  Burns
  • Chapter  33  Face and Neck Trauma
  • Chapter  34  Head and Spine Trauma
  • Chapter  35  Chest Trauma
  • Chapter  36  Abdominal and Genitourinary Trauma
  • Chapter  37  Orthopaedic Trauma
  • Chapter  38  Environmental Emergencies
  • Section  8  Shock and Resuscitation
  • Chapter  39  Responding to the Field Code
  • Chapter  40  Management and Resuscitation of the Critical Patient
  • Section  9  Special Patient Populations
  • Chapter  41  Obstetrics
  • Chapter  42  Neonatal Care
  • Chapter  43  Pediatric Emergencies
  • Chapter  44  Geriatric Emergencies
  • Chapter  45  Patients With Special Challenges
  • Section  10  Operations
  • Chapter  46  Transport Operations
  • Chapter  47  Incident Management and Mass-Casualty Incidents
  • Chapter  48  Vehicle Extrication and Special Rescue
  • Chapter  49  Hazardous Materials
  • Chapter  50  Terrorism Response
  • Chapter  51  Disaster Response
  • Chapter  52  Crime Scene Awareness
  • Section  11  Career Development
  • Chapter  53  Career Development

About the Author

With more than 38,000 members, the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (aaos.org or orthoinfo.org), is the premier not-for-profit organization that provides education programs for orthopaedic surgeons and allied health professionals, champions the interests of patients, and advances the highest quality of musculoskeletal health. Orthopaedic surgeons and the Academy are the authoritative sources of information for patients and the general public on musculoskeletal conditions, treatments, and related issues. More than one in four Americans have bone or joint health problems, making them the greatest cause of lost workdays in the U.S. When orthopaedic surgeons restore mobility and reduce pain, they help people get back to work and to independent, productive lives. Orthopaedic surgeons keep this “Nation in Motion.” To learn more about A Nation in Motion campaign, or to read hundreds of patient stories, or to submit your own story, visit ANationInMotion.org.

Additional information

Weight 4.3 lbs
Dimensions 8.4 × 2 × 10.8 in