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  • Language: English
  • Author: Nancy L. Caroline
  • Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

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Nancy Caroline’s Emergency Care in the Streets 8th Ed Test Bank

Nancy Caroline’s Emergency Care in the Streets, Eighth Edition is the next step in the evolution of the premier paramedic education program. This legendary paramedic textbook was first developed by Dr. Nancy Caroline in the early 1970s and transformed paramedic education. Today, lead editors Bob Elling and Barb Aehlert, with the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, are proud to continue this legacy and set the new gold standard for the paramedics of tomorrow.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover Page
  2. Halftitle Page
  3. Title Page
  4. Copyright Page
  5. Brief Contents
  6. Contents
  7. Chapter 1 EMS Systems
  8. Introduction
  9. EMS System Development
  10. Licensure, Certification, and Registration
  11. Traditional EMS Employment
  12. The EMS System
  13. Levels of Education
  14. Paramedic Education
  15. Additional Types of Transports
  16. Working With Other Professionals
  17. National EMS Group Involvement
  18. Professionalism
  19. Roles and Responsibilities
  20. Medical Direction
  21. Improving System Quality
  22. EMS Research
  23. Prep Kit
  24. Chapter 2 Workforce Safety and Wellness
  25. Introduction
  26. Components of Well-Being
  27. Disease Transmission
  28. Protecting Yourself
  29. Stress
  30. Coping With Death and Dying
  31. Peer Support and Suicide Prevention
  32. Prep Kit
  33. Chapter 3 Public Health
  34. Introduction
  35. Role of Public Health
  36. Public Health Threats
  37. The Cost of Public Health Threats
  38. The Teachable Moment
  39. Prevention
  40. Why EMS Should Be Involved
  41. How EMS Can Get Involved
  42. Getting Started in Your Community
  43. Community Organizing
  44. Funding a Prevention Program
  45. Summary
  46. Prep Kit
  47. Chapter 4 Medical, Legal, and Ethical Issues
  48. Introduction
  49. Medical Ethics
  50. The Legal System in the United States
  51. Legal Accountability of the Paramedic
  52. Paramedic–Patient Relationships
  53. Negligence and Protection Against Negligence Claims
  54. Patient Autonomy
  55. Defenses to Litigation
  56. Employment Law and the Paramedic
  57. Prep Kit
  58. Chapter 5 Communications
  59. Introduction
  60. Response to the Call for Emergency Medical Services
  61. EMS Communications Systems
  62. Communicating by Radio
  63. Therapeutic Communication
  64. Cross-Cultural Communication
  65. Prep Kit
  66. Chapter 6 Documentation
  67. Introduction
  68. Legal Implications of a PCR
  69. Purposes of Documentation
  70. Types of PCRs
  71. Documentation for Every EMS Call
  72. Situations Requiring Additional Documentation
  73. Completing a PCR
  74. Errors and Falsification
  75. Documenting Incident Times
  76. Prep Kit
  77. Chapter 7 Medical Terminology
  78. Introduction
  79. Origins
  80. Components of a Medical Term
  81. Compound Words
  82. Plural Endings
  83. Topographic Anatomy
  84. Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Symbols
  85. Medical Terminology Related to Pharmacology
  86. Master Tables
  87. Prep Kit
  88. Chapter 8 Anatomy and Physiology
  89. Introduction
  90. Characteristics of Life
  91. Organizational Structure
  92. Chemical Level
  93. Cellular Level
  94. Tissue Level
  95. Types of Membranes
  96. Homeostasis
  97. Organ Systems
  98. The Integumentary System
  99. The Skeletal System
  100. The Musculoskeletal System
  101. The Nervous System
  102. The Endocrine System
  103. The Circulatory System
  104. The Respiratory System
  105. The Digestive System
  106. The Urinary System
  107. The Reproductive System
  108. Prep Kit
  109. Chapter 9 Pathophysiology
  110. Introduction
  111. Adaptations in Cells and Tissues
  112. Disturbances in Fluid Balance
  113. Electrolyte Imbalances
  114. Disturbances of Acid-Base Balance
  115. Cellular Injury
  116. Hypoperfusion
  117. Types of Shock
  118. Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome
  119. The Body’s Self-Defense Mechanisms
  120. Variances in Immunity and Inflammation
  121. Factors That Cause Disease
  122. Stress and Disease
  123. Prep Kit
  124. Chapter 10 Life Span Development
  125. Introduction
  126. Infants
  127. Toddlers and Preschoolers
  128. School-Age Children
  129. Adolescents (Teenagers)
  130. Early Adults
  131. Middle Adults
  132. Late Adults
  133. Prep Kit
  134. Chapter 11 Patient Assessment
  135. Introduction
  136. Scene Size-up
  137. Primary Survey
  138. History Taking
  139. Secondary Assessment
  140. Reassessment
  141. Prep Kit
  142. Chapter 12 Critical Thinking and Clinical Decision Making
  143. Introduction
  144. Cornerstones of Effective Paramedic Practice
  145. The Range of Patient Conditions
  146. Critical Thinking and Clinical Decision Making
  147. From Theory to Practical Application
  148. Taking It to the Streets
  149. Prep Kit
  150. Chapter 13 Principles of Pharmacology
  151. Introduction
  152. Historical Perspective on Medication Administration
  153. Medication and Drug Regulation
  154. Medication Management for Paramedics
  155. The Physiology of Pharmacology
  156. Reducing Medication Errors
  157. Drugs That Act on the Sympathetic Nervous System
  158. Important Medications in the Prehospital Setting
  159. Prep Kit
  160. Chapter 14 Medication Administration
  161. Introduction
  162. Medical Direction
  163. Ensuring Correct and Safe Medication Administration
  164. Local Drug Distribution System
  165. Medical Asepsis
  166. Standard Precautions and Contaminated Equipment Disposal
  167. Cellular Fluid Composition and Status
  168. IV Fluid Composition
  169. IV Techniques and Administration
  170. Factors Affecting IV Flow Rates
  171. Potential Complications of IV Therapy
  172. Obtaining Blood Samples
  173. Blood Transfusions
  174. Intraosseous Infusion
  175. Medication Administration
  176. Calculating Fluid Infusion Rates
  177. Calculating the Dose and Rate for a Medication Infusion
  178. Pediatric Drug Doses
  179. Enteral Medication Administration
  180. Parenteral Medication Administration
  181. Medications Administered by the Inhalation Route
  182. Rates of Medication Absorption
  183. Prep Kit
  184. Chapter 15 Airway Management
  185. Introduction
  186. Review of Airway Anatomy
  187. Ventilation, Oxygenation, and Respiration
  188. Pathophysiology of Respiration
  189. Patient Assessment: Airway Evaluation
  190. Quantifying Ventilation and Oxygenation
  191. Airway Management
  192. Suctioning
  193. Airway Adjuncts
  194. Airway Obstructions
  195. Supplemental Oxygen Therapy
  196. Supplemental Oxygen-Delivery Devices
  197. Ventilatory Support
  198. Continuous Positive Airway Pressure
  199. Gastric Distention
  200. Special Patient Considerations
  201. Advanced Airway Management
  202. Pharmacologic Adjuncts to Airway Management and Ventilation
  203. Alternative Advanced Airway Devices
  204. Surgical and Nonsurgical Cricothyrotomy
  205. Prep Kit
  206. Chapter 16 Respiratory Emergencies
  207. Introduction
  208. Anatomy and Physiology Review
  209. Patient Assessment
  210. Emergency Medical Care
  211. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Obstructive Upper Airway Diseases
  212. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Obstructive Lower Airway Diseases
  213. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Common Respiratory Conditions
  214. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Conditions Outside the Lung Parenchyma
  215. Prep Kit
  216. Chapter 17 Cardiovascular Emergencies
  217. Introduction
  218. Anatomy and Physiology Review
  219. Patient Assessment
  220. Electrophysiology
  221. 12-Lead ECGs
  222. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Specific Cardiovascular Conditions
  223. Prep Kit
  224. Chapter 18 Neurologic Emergencies
  225. Introduction
  226. Anatomy and Physiology Review
  227. Patient Assessment
  228. Standard Care Guideline for the Neurologic Patient
  229. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Common Neurologic Emergencies
  230. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Demyelinating, Degenerating, and Motor Neuron Disorders
  231. Prep Kit
  232. Chapter 19 Diseases of the Eyes, Ears, Nose, and Throat
  233. Introduction
  234. The Eye
  235. The Ear
  236. The Nose
  237. The Throat
  238. Prep Kit
  239. Chapter 20 Abdominal and Gastrointestinal Emergencies
  240. Introduction
  241. Anatomy and Physiology Review
  242. Patient Assessment
  243. Emergency Medical Care
  244. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Specific Abdominal and Gastrointestinal Emergencies
  245. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Gastrointestinal Bleeding
  246. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Esophageal Pathologies
  247. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Acute Inflammatory Conditions
  248. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Chronic Inflammatory Conditions
  249. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Acute Infectious Conditions
  250. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Obstructive Conditions
  251. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Ischemic and Neoplastic Disorders
  252. Prevention Strategies
  253. Prep Kit
  254. Chapter 21 Genitourinary and Renal Emergencies
  255. Introduction
  256. Anatomy and Physiology Review
  257. Patient Assessment
  258. Emergency Medical Care
  259. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Specific Emergencies
  260. Prep Kit
  261. Chapter 22 Gynecologic Emergencies
  262. Introduction
  263. Anatomy and Physiology Review
  264. Patient Assessment
  265. Emergency Medical Care
  266. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Specific Emergencies
  267. Prep Kit
  268. Chapter 23 Endocrine Emergencies
  269. Introduction
  270. Anatomy and Physiology Review
  271. Patient Assessment
  272. Emergency Medical Care
  273. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Glucose Metabolic Derangements
  274. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Other Disorders of the Pancreas
  275. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Other Adrenal Emergencies
  276. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Thyroid, Parathyroid, and Pituitary Gland Disorders
  277. Prep Kit
  278. Chapter 24 Hematologic Emergencies
  279. Introduction
  280. Anatomy and Physiology Review
  281. Patient Assessment
  282. Emergency Medical Care
  283. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Specific Emergencies
  284. Prep Kit
  285. Chapter 25 Immunologic Emergencies
  286. Introduction
  287. Anatomy and Physiology Review
  288. Patient Assessment
  289. Emergency Medical Care
  290. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Specific Emergencies
  291. Patient Education
  292. Prep Kit
  293. Chapter 26 Infectious Diseases
  294. Introduction
  295. Protecting Public Health
  296. Protecting Health Care Providers
  297. Patient Assessment
  298. General Management Principles
  299. Chain of Infection
  300. Infection and Sepsis
  301. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Droplet-Transmitted Diseases
  302. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Airborne-Transmitted Diseases
  303. Other Infections of the Respiratory Tract
  304. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  305. Fungal Skin Infections
  306. Helminths
  307. Parasitic Insects
  308. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Common Bloodborne Diseases
  309. Ebola
  310. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Enteric (Intestinal) Diseases
  311. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Non-Bloodborne Hepatitis Viruses
  312. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Vector-borne and Zoonotic (Animal-borne) Diseases
  313. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Infection With Antibiotic-Resistant Organisms and Multidrug-Resistant Organisms
  314. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Newly Recognized Diseases
  315. Prep Kit
  316. Chapter 27 Toxicology
  317. Introduction
  318. Types of Toxicologic Emergencies
  319. Poison Centers
  320. Pathophysiology
  321. Patient Assessment
  322. Emergency Medical Care
  323. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Abuse of and Overdose With Specific Substances
  324. Prep Kit
  325. Chapter 28 Psychiatric Emergencies
  326. Introduction
  327. Definition of Behavioral Emergency
  328. Prevalence
  329. Medicolegal Considerations
  330. Pathophysiology
  331. Patient Assessment
  332. Emergency Medical Care
  333. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Specific Emergencies
  334. Medications for Psychiatric Disorders and Behavioral Emergencies
  335. The Psychological Effect of War: Returning Combat Veterans
  336. Prep Kit
  337. Appendix: Emergency Medications
  338. Chapter 29 Trauma Systems and Mechanism of Injury
  339. Introduction
  340. Trauma, Energy, and Kinetics
  341. Multisystem Trauma
  342. Blunt Trauma
  343. Penetrating Trauma
  344. Blast Injuries
  345. General Assessment of Trauma
  346. Scene Size-up
  347. Primary Survey
  348. History Taking
  349. Secondary Assessment
  350. Reassessment
  351. Trauma Score
  352. Management of Trauma
  353. Prep Kit
  354. Chapter 30 Bleeding
  355. Introduction
  356. Anatomy and Physiology Review
  357. Pathophysiology of Hemorrhage
 

 

  1. Shock
  2. Patient Assessment
  3. Emergency Medical Care of Bleeding and Hemorrhagic Shock
  4. Prep Kit
  5. Chapter 31 Soft-Tissue Trauma
  6. Introduction
  7. Incidence, Mortality, and Morbidity
  8. Anatomy and Physiology Review
  9. General Pathophysiology: Closed Versus Open Wounds
  10. Wound Healing
  11. Patient Assessment
  12. Scene Size-up
  13. Primary Survey
  14. History Taking
  15. Secondary Assessment
  16. Reassessment
  17. Emergency Medical Care
  18. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Specific Injuries
  19. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Soft-Tissue Injuries to Specific Anatomic Sites
  20. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Soft-Tissue Infections
  21. Prep Kit
  22. Chapter 32 Burns
  23. Introduction
  24. Anatomy and Physiology Review
  25. Pathophysiology
  26. Patient Assessment
  27. Scene Size-up
  28. Primary Survey
  29. History Taking
  30. Secondary Assessment
  31. Reassessment
  32. Emergency Medical Care
  33. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Specific Burns
  34. Management of Burns in Pediatric Patients
  35. Management of Burns in Geriatric Patients
  36. Long-Term Consequences of Burns
  37. Prep Kit
  38. Chapter 33 Face and Neck Trauma
  39. Introduction
  40. Anatomy and Physiology Review
  41. Patient Assessment
  42. Scene Size-up
  43. Primary Survey
  44. History Taking
  45. Secondary Assessment
  46. Reassessment
  47. Emergency Medical Care
  48. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Face Injuries
  49. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Eye Injuries
  50. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Ear Injuries
  51. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Oral and Dental Injuries
  52. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Injuries to the Anterior Part of the Neck
  53. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Spine Trauma
  54. Injury Prevention
  55. Prep Kit
  56. Chapter 34 Head and Spine Trauma
  57. Introduction
  58. Anatomy and Physiology Review
  59. Patient Assessment of Head and Spine Injuries
  60. Scene Size-up
  61. Primary Survey
  62. History Taking
  63. Secondary Assessment
  64. Reassessment
  65. The Incidence of Head Trauma
  66. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Head Injuries
  67. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Traumatic Brain Injury and Diffuse Brain Injuries
  68. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Focal Brain Injuries
  69. General Management of Head Trauma
  70. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Spinal Injuries
  71. Nontraumatic Spinal Conditions
  72. Injury Prevention
  73. Prep Kit
  74. Chapter 35 Chest Trauma
  75. Introduction
  76. Anatomy and Physiology Review
  77. Pathophysiology
  78. Patient Assessment
  79. Emergency Medical Care
  80. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Chest Wall Injuries
  81. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Lung Injuries
  82. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Myocardial Injuries
  83. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Vascular Injuries
  84. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Other Thoracic Injuries
  85. Prep Kit
  86. Chapter 36 Abdominal and Genitourinary Trauma
  87. Introduction
  88. Anatomy and Physiology Review
  89. Mechanism of Injury
  90. General Pathophysiology
  91. Patient Assessment
  92. Emergency Medical Care
  93. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Specific Injuries
  94. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Injuries to the Male Genitalia
  95. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Injuries to the Female Genitalia
  96. Prep Kit
  97. Chapter 37 Orthopaedic Trauma
  98. Introduction
  99. Anatomy and Physiology Review
  100. Patterns and Mechanisms of Musculoskeletal Injury
  101. Pathophysiology
  102. Patient Assessment
  103. Emergency Medical Care
  104. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Complications of Musculoskeletal Injuries
  105. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Specific Fractures
  106. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Ligament Injuries and Dislocations
  107. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Nontraumatic Musculoskeletal Disorders
  108. Prep Kit
  109. Chapter 38 Environmental Emergencies
  110. Introduction
  111. Anatomy and Physiology Review
  112. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Heat Illness
  113. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Cold Injuries
  114. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Drowning
  115. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Diving Injuries
  116. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Altitude Illness
  117. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Lightning Strike
  118. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Envenomation: Bites and Stings
  119. Prep Kit
  120. Chapter 39 Responding to the Field Code
  121. Introduction
  122. Improving the Response to Cardiac Arrest
  123. Adult CPR
  124. CPR for Infants and Children
  125. Defibrillation
  126. The Advanced Cardiac Life Support Algorithm
  127. Mechanical Adjuncts to Circulation
  128. Postresuscitative Care
  129. When to Start and When to Stop CPR
  130. Scene Choreography and Teamwork
  131. Plan for a Code
  132. Prep Kit
  133. Chapter 40 Management and Resuscitation of the Critical Patient
  134. Introduction
  135. Developing Critical Thinking and Decision-Making Abilities
  136. A Snapshot of Critical Decision Making
  137. Shock: The Critical Patient Evolving in Front of You
  138. Anatomy and Physiology of Perfusion
  139. Pathophysiology of Shock
  140. Causes of Shock
  141. The Progression of Shock
  142. Patient Assessment of Shock
  143. Emergency Medical Care of a Patient With Suspected Shock
  144. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Specific Types of Shock
  145. Transport of Shock Patients
  146. Prep Kit
  147. Chapter 41 Obstetrics
  148. Introduction
  149. Anatomy and Physiology Review
  150. Conception and Fetal Development
  151. Physiologic Maternal Changes During Pregnancy
  152. Cultural Values Considerations
  153. Patient Assessment
  154. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Complications Related to Pregnancy
  155. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Bleeding Related to Pregnancy
  156. Normal Childbirth
  157. Emergency Pharmacology in Pregnancy
  158. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Complications of Labor
  159. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of High-Risk Pregnancy Considerations
  160. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Complications of Delivery
  161. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Postpartum Complications
  162. Trauma and Pregnancy
  163. Prep Kit
  164. Chapter 42 Neonatal Care
  165. Introduction
  166. General Pathophysiology and Assessment
  167. Specific Intervention and Resuscitation Steps
  168. Pharmacologic Interventions
  169. Family and Transport Considerations
  170. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Specific Conditions
  171. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Conditions Related to Thermoregulation
  172. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Common Birth Injuries in the Newborn
  173. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Congenital Heart Disease
  174. Prep Kit
  175. Chapter 43 Pediatric Emergencies
  176. Introduction
  177. Developmental Stages
  178. Pediatric Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathophysiology
  179. Parents of Ill or Injured Children
  180. Pediatric Patient Assessment
  181. Scene Size-up
  182. Primary Survey
  183. History Taking
  184. Secondary Assessment
  185. Reassessment
  186. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Respiratory Emergencies
  187. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Shock
  188. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Cardiovascular Emergencies
  189. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Neurologic Emergencies
  190. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Gastrointestinal Emergencies
  191. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Endocrine Emergencies
  192. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Hematologic, Oncologic, and Immunologic Emergencies
  193. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Toxicologic Emergencies
  194. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Psychiatric and Behavioral Emergencies
  195. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Fever Emergencies
  196. Child Abuse and Neglect
  197. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
  198. Brief Resolved Unexplained Event
  199. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Pediatric Trauma Emergencies
  200. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Burns
  201. Children With Special Health Care Needs
  202. An Ounce of Prevention
  203. Prep Kit
  204. Chapter 44 Geriatric Emergencies
  205. Introduction
  206. Geriatric Anatomy and Physiology
  207. Geriatric Patient Assessment
  208. Scene Size-up
  209. Primary Survey
  210. History Taking
  211. Secondary Assessment
  212. Reassessment
  213. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Respiratory Conditions
  214. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Cardiovascular Conditions
  215. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Neurologic Conditions
  216. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Gastrointestinal Conditions
  217. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Renal Conditions
  218. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Endocrine Conditions
  219. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Immunologic Conditions
  220. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Toxicologic Conditions
  221. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Psychologic Conditions
  222. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Integumentary Conditions
  223. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Musculoskeletal Conditions
  224. Management of Medical Emergencies in Older Adults
  225. Pathophysiology, Assessment, and Management of Geriatric Trauma Emergencies
  226. Elder Abuse
  227. End-of-Life Care
  228. Prep Kit
  229. Chapter 45 Patients With Special Challenges
  230. Introduction
  231. EMS, Health Care, and Poverty
  232. Care of Patients When Abuse or Neglect Is Suspected
  233. Care of Patients With Terminal Illness
  234. Care of Bariatric Patients
  235. Care of Patients With Communicable Diseases
  236. Medical Technology in the Prehospital Setting
  237. Medical Technology Used During Interfacility Transport
  238. Care of Patients With Cognitive, Sensory, or Communication Impairment
  239. Other Notable Chronic Medical Conditions
  240. Prep Kit
  241. Chapter 46 Transport Operations
  242. Introduction
  243. Emergency Vehicle Design
  244. Emergency Vehicle Equipment
  245. Checking the Emergency Vehicle
  246. Emergency Vehicle Staffing and Development
  247. Mitigating Hazards Throughout the Call
  248. Defensive Emergency Vehicle Driving Techniques
  249. Air Medical Transport
  250. Prep Kit
  251. Chapter 47 Incident Management and Mass-Casualty Incidents
  252. Introduction
  253. The NIMS
  254. The Incident Command System
  255. EMS Response Within the Incident Command System
  256. Medical Incident Command
  257. Mass-Casualty Incidents
  258. Triage
  259. Critical Incident Stress Management
  260. Prep Kit
  261. Chapter 48 Vehicle Extrication and Special Rescue
  262. Introduction
  263. Rescue Training
  264. Guidelines for Rescue Operations
  265. Steps in Special Rescue
  266. Vehicle Extrication
  267. Additional Specialized Rescue Situations
  268. Patient Care
  269. Prep Kit
  270. Chapter 49 Hazardous Materials
  271. Introduction
  272. Regulations and Standards
  273. Paramedics and Hazardous Materials Incidents
  274. Scene Size-up
  275. Contamination and Toxicology
  276. Decontamination and Treatment
  277. Medical Monitoring and Rehabilitation
  278. Prep Kit
  279. Chapter 50 Terrorism Response
  280. Introduction
  281. Terrorism
  282. Paramedic Response to Terrorism
  283. Weapons of Mass Destruction
  284. Chemical Agents
  285. Biologic Agents
  286. Radiologic or Nuclear Devices
  287. Explosives and Incendiary Weapons
  288. Prep Kit
  289. Chapter 51 Disaster Response
  290. Introduction
  291. Disaster Response Planning
  292. Natural Disasters
  293. Man-Made Disasters
  294. Prep Kit
  295. Chapter 52 Crime Scene Awareness
  296. Introduction
  297. Awareness
  298. Highway and Rural Road Incidents
  299. Residential Incidents
  300. Violence on the Streets
  301. Cover and Concealment
  302. Self-Defense
  303. Crime Scenes
  304. Prep Kit
  305. Chapter 53 Career Development
  306. Introduction
  307. The Importance of Career Development
  308. Growth and Opportunities in EMS
  309. Growth and Opportunities in the Larger Health Care System
  310. Making EMS a Lifelong Career
  311. Prep Kit
  312. Glossary
  313. Index

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