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Office Emergencies, 1e

by Majorie A. Bowman Md Mpa

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0721677797, Paperback)

This text provides essential, practical guidance for handling the most common emergencies presenting in person or by telephone in primary care offices and urgent care centers. The authors--primary care and emergency medicine physicians--focus on the essential information needed to triage and treat both adults and children. Concise chapters, organized by presenting problem rather than diagnosis, allow for rapid reference.Integrates state-of-the-art emergency care with the realities of practice in an outpatient office.Prioritizes treatment of emergencies with specific steps for staff and clinicians.Offers information on transfer of patients for specific types of emergencies.Features tips for recognition of emergencies for both triage staff members and clinicians.Includes information on chemical terrorism and bioterrorism · environmental emergencies · and obstetrical and gynecological emergencies.Gives pediatric considerations for each type of emergency.Lists equipment needed in the office, making it easier for clinicians to ensure they are adequately supplied.Recommendations are evidence-based wherever possible, supplemented with clinical experience from practicing physicians.

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