Table of Contents

  1. Foundations of Critical Care Transport
  2. Pharmacology
  3. Respiratory System
  4. Cardiovascular System
  5. Neurologic System
  6. Gastrointestinal and Renal Systems
  7. Multisystem Trauma
  8. Multisystem Organ Dysfunction Syndrome and Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome
  9. Special Patient Groups in Critical Care
  10. Special Considerations in Critical Care Transport

Appendix A: Normal Laboratory Values


Answers to Review Questions


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About the editors

Chris Cebollero

Chris Cebollero is the Chief of Emergency Medical Services for Christian Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri. Chris is a graduate of the University of Iowa’s Critical Care Paramedic program and served as a military medic. Chris not only trains hundreds of students each year, he has also led a successful and well-recognized team of field training officers in an organization that runs 80,000 calls annually.

Rosemary Adam

Rosemary Adam is an EMS nurse with over 25 years experience in prehospital care (administrative, education, and ground and air transport). In 1996, Rosie developed the Critical Care Paramedic (CCP) ® course at The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City, Iowa. As an educator, Rosie has developed teaching methods used by leading individuals in clinical EMS, emergency and flight nursing practice. Rosie has been a part of several writing projects with recent experience as a co-author of the Advanced Medical Life Support Instructor manual. Rosie has taught numerous programs and is experienced in curriculum development.