Impact of video laryngoscopy on advanced airway management by critical care transport paramedics and nurses using the cmac pocket monitor.
Author: Dianne Inglis
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Written by Dianne Inglis and Jeffrey Kenneally, the workbook includes more than 70 paramedic-focused clinical skills that link underpinning theory and knowledge with expectations for contemporary clinical practice. To ensure the skills are performed correctly and to standard, the resource is further strengthened with a ready-made assessment tool, ideal for both self-directed learning and instructor use. The text is designed for practising skill development, and preparation for assessment and clinical placement. Clinical Skills for Paramedic Practice 1e includes two key components: practical skill instruction and the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) assessment checklist. The skills sections contain clear step-by-step written and photographic instruction in basic to advanced clinical skills, with rationales provided to enhance knowledge acquisition and clinical decision-making. The OSCE checklists allow students and instructors to easily track and assess progress in skill development. Step-by-step skill instruction combined with an OSCE assessment checklist Structured reflection and end-of-chapter questions to assist with deeper understanding of key concepts and application to practice Designed specifically for use by Australian and New Zealand paramedics An eBook and downloadable skill and assessment sheets are included with purchase of the print book Additional resources on Evolve: • An eBook on VitalSource Student and Instructor Resources on Evolve: Clinical skill work instructions Formative Clinical Skill Assessment (F-CSAT) Summative Clinical Skill Assessment (S-CSAT) Performance Improvement Plan (PIP) Formative Clinical Skill Assessment (F-CSAT) key Direct Observation of Procedural Skills (DOPS)
BOX 9.2 Components of a Mental Status Exam 1. ... 96 UNIT II The Caregiver's Therapeutic Skills DSM-5 Diagnosis Nursing (Therapeutic) Process.
Author: Boris Bard
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Build a broad fundamental knowledge of Canadian mental health concepts and disorders! Morrison-Valfre’s Foundations of Mental Health Care in Canada uses an easy-to-read, multidisciplinary approach to describe current therapeutic interventions and treatments for mental health conditions. Ideal for nurses and other caregivers, this guide provides concise coverage of skills and principles, therapeutic skills, mental health problems throughout the lifecycle, and common psychological and psychosocial conditions. Included are topics such as new research, the latest mental health legislation, and new psychotropic drugs. Adapted for a Canadian audience by Boris Bard, Eric MacMullin, and Jacqueline Williamson, this resource enables you to provide effective therapy to clients with a wide range of maladaptive behaviours. Coverage of psychotropic medications emphasizes the latest in safe pharmaceutical treatment in mental health care. Coverage of internet usage features emerging mental health issues surrounding use of the internet, highlighting related addictions and violence. Updated DSM-5 diagnoses include the latest information on new mental health diagnoses recognized by the American Psychiatric Association. Sample client care plans show how members of the health care team work collaboratively to meet client needs. Case studies use realistic client situations to strengthen critical thinking and ensure that students consider psychosocial aspects of therapeutic care. Critical Thinking boxes include practice scenarios with client issues as well as questions that stimulate more careful analysis. Cultural Consideration boxes highlight cultural issues and address the varied mental health needs of culturally diverse clients. Medication Alert boxes identify the risks and possible adverse reactions of psychotherapeutic medications. Chapter objectives focus on the most important concepts. Key terms include phonetic pronunciations and text page references, and are listed in a comprehensive glossary, making it easier for students to understand and use mental health terminology. NEW! Comprehensive coverage includes Canadian statistics, research, references and resources, guidelines, assessment and screening tools, therapies, drugs, terminology, and more. NEW! Canadian cultural considerations are included when content relates to race/ethnicity, Indigenous people, and the LGBTQ2 community. NEW! Coverage of trending topics includes medical assistance in dying (MAID), the opioid crisis, legalization of cannabis (Bill C-45, the Cannabis Act), vaping, harm reduction, violence against women, and more. NEW! Balanced coverage of mental health care addresses a variety of workplace settings. NEW! Critical Thinking Questions are included at the end of each chapter, allowing students to apply concepts to practice.
Great for students and professionals, this portable reference offers a complete understanding of suture and hemostasis relating to surgical procedures.
Author: Rebecca Pieknik
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Great for students and professionals, this portable reference offers a complete understanding of suture and hemostasis relating to surgical procedures. Its spiral binding and full-color photos and illustrations make it easy to find the appropriate suture materials and related information needed for any surgical procedure. Small, spiral-bound format offers easy access in any clinical setting. Descriptions of suture knots and step-by-step images of different types of stitches provide excellent instruction and are great for review. Over 200 full-color illustrations with brief descriptions help readers clearly identify suture materials appropriate for specific surgical procedures. A discussion of hemostasis is provided to give readers a full understanding of wounds and wound healing and when and why certain types of suture material should be used. Summary-at-a-glance charts and tables synthesize category descriptions and key information for quick reference. Key terms, abbreviations, and definitions are provided as a quick-reference glossary.
This book covers all aspects of the arterial blood gas in a simple, user-friendly manner.
Author: Iain A. M. Hennessey
Publisher: Churchill Livingstone
Arterial blood gas (ABG) analysis is a fundamental skill in modern medicine yet one which many find difficult to grasp. This book provides readers with the core background knowledge required to understand the ABG, explains how it is used in clinical practice and provides a unique system for interpreting results. Over half of the book is devoted to thirty clinical case scenarios involving analysis of arterial blood gases, allowing the reader to gain both proficiency in interpretation and an appreciation of the role of an ABG in guiding clinical diagnosis and management. A practical guide written for all those who use this test and have to interpret the results. Utilises worked examples to allow the reader to gain confidence in interpreting ABGs and appreciate the usefulness of the test in a variety of different clinical settings. Written in a simple style and presents the concepts in a straightforward manner. Additional clinical case scenarios put the ABG into practice. Includes a video detailing how to take a sample.
Presents practical, step-by-step coverage of the NAVTA-approved curriculum for veterinary assistants Serves as a comprehensive review for the Veterinary Assistant certification exam Offers complete information using a highly accessible, ...
Author: Kara Burns
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Textbook for the Veterinary Assistant offers a comprehensive guide to the NAVTA-approved curriculum for veterinary assisting programs. Written by leaders in the profession and copublished with NAVTA, the book covers the complete list of NAVTA Veterinary Assistant Essential Skills. Specifically tailored for veterinary assistants and veterinary assistant students, the book uses an engaging writing style to provide a concise, user-friendly approach to the material. With chapters on medical terminology, clinical skills, office procedures, client communication, and more, the book equips veterinary assistants with all the information they need to succeed. A companion website offers interactive multiple-choice questions, the figures from the book in PowerPoint, teaching activities, breed study guides, and a sample cover letter. Textbook for the Veterinary Assistant is a must-have resource for all veterinary assistant students and those studying for the Approved Veterinary Assistant certification exam, and serves as a useful refresher for veterinary assistants in practice.
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Edition for 1983/84- published in 3 vols.: vol. 1, Organization descriptions and index; vol. 2, International organization participation; vol. 3, Global action networks; edition for 2012/2013- published in 5 vols: vol. 4, International organization bibliography and resources; vol. 4, Statistics, visualizations & patterns.