Virtual Patient Encounters for Mosby's EMT - Intermediate Textbook for the 1999 National Standard Curriculum - Revised Reprint

3rd Edition

Editor:

  • Bruce Shade
    • Print ISBN 9780323086776

    Key Features

    • An extraordinary study guide that helps students take the knowledge they learn in Mosby's EMT-Intermediate Textbook for the 1999 National Standard Curriculum, 3rd Edition, Revised Reprint and apply it to 15 complex patient care scenarios in a virtual prehospital setting - promoting mastery of NSC competencies.
    • Utilizes interactive patient care simulation software, featuring scenario-setting videos, virtual assessment tools, treatment protocols, emergency drug information, intervention wizards, and more.
    • Serves as a bridge between the classroom and clinicals - so students truly understand how theory applies to situations they'll face in the real world.
    • Presents realistic emerging conditions that are a direct result of students' interventions.
    • Provides hands-on learning - making it easy for audio, visual and kinesthetic learners.
    • Offers students peace of mind - preparing them for clinicals by removing the risk of harming real patients and building their confidence throughout the course. 
    • Makes assessment of students easy - instructors can gauge student comprehension and ability to think critically through study guide exercises and logs from the software.
    • Provides the opportunity for class discussion on the same patient - so the entire class can discuss learning points of each virtual patient and their outcomes.

    Table of Contents

    Getting Started

    Orientation to Virtual Patient Encounters

    DIVISION ONE: PREPARATORY

    Lesson 1: Foundations of EMT-Intermediate (Chapter 1)

    Lesson 2: Your Well-Being (Chapter 2)

    Lesson 3: Medical-Legal Aspects (Chapter 3)

    Lesson 4: Overview of Human Systems (Chapter 4)

    Lesson 5: Emergency Pharmacology (Chapter 5)

    Lesson 6: Venous Access (Chapter 6)

    Lesson 7: Medication Math (Chapter 7)

    Lesson 8: Medication Administration (Chapter 8)

    DIVISION TWO: AIRWAY

    Lesson 9: Airway Management (Chapter 9)

    DIVISION THREE: PATIENT ASSESSMENT

    Lesson 10: History Taking (Chapter 10)

    Lesson 11: Techniques of Physical Examination (Chapter 11)

    Lesson 12: Patient Assessment (Chapter 12)

    Lesson 13: Clinical Decision Making (Chapter 13)

    Lesson 14: Communications (Chapter 14)

    Lesson 15: Documentation (Chapter 15)

    DIVISION FOUR: TRAUMA

    Lesson 16: Trauma Systems and Mechanism of Injury (Chapter 16)

    * Lesson 17: Multisystem Trauma (Chapters 17, 19, 20, and 21)

    Lesson 18: Burns (Chapter 18)

    DIVISION FIVE: MEDICAL

    * Lesson 19: Respiratory Emergencies (Chapter 22)

    * Lesson 20: Cardiology I (Chapters 23 and 24)

    * Lesson 21: Cardiology II (Chapter 24)

    * Lesson 22: Diabetic Emergencies (Chapter 25)

    * Lesson 23: Allergic Reactions (Chapter 26)

    * Lesson 24: Poisoning and Overdose Emergencies (Chapter 27)

    * Lesson 25: Neurological Emergencies (Chapter 28)

    * Lesson 26: Nontraumatic Abdominal Emergencies (Chapters 29)

    * Lesson 27: Environmental Emergencies (Chapter 30)

    * Lesson 28: Behavioral Emergencies and Substance Abuse (Chapter 31)

    * Lesson 29: Gynecological Emergencies (Chapter 32)

    DIVISION SIX: SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS

    * Lesson 30: Obstetrical

    Details

    Language:
    English
    Copyright:
    © 2012
    Published:
    Imprint:
    Mosby/JEMS
    Print ISBN:
    9780323086776