article explains the critical care procedures related to the following
medical fields: Airway and Ventilator Management, Cardiovascular System,
Central Nervous System, Gastrointestinal System, Immune System and
Sepsis, Pulmonology and Toxicology.
The target audience
for this on-line manual is the resident trainees at Boston Medical Center. The
goal is to facilitate learning of critical care medicine. Topics covered
includes: Oxygen Delivery Devices, Airways and Mechanical Ventilation,
Cardiopulmonary Critical Care, Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome and
Ventilator-Associated Lung Injury, Nutrition in the ICU, Compartment Syndromes,
Blood Products in the ICU
This book explains the following
topics related to emergency medicine: Initial Patient Assessment
and Management, Pre Hospital Care, Practical Approach to Coma and
Stupor, Traumatology, Approach To Selected Common ER Presentations,
Toxicology and ACLS Algorithms.
Author(s): Dr. D. Cass, Dr. I. Dubinsky and Dr. M.
This book covers
the following topics related to emergency medicine: Fundamental Criteria
for First Aid, Basic Measures for First Aid, First Aid for Specific
Injuries, First Aid for Fractures, First Aid for Climatic Injuries,
First Aid for Bites and Stings, First Aid in a Nuclear, Biological and
Chemical Environment, First Aid for Psychological Reactions.
Author(s): Headquarters, Departments of the Army, The Navy and the Air Force
This note covers the following topics: Hospital and Community Planning for
Hazmat Incidents, Hazmat Incident Management, Personal Protective Equipment,
Decontamination and Hospital Protocol for Hazmat Incidents.
It is a wonderful resource. This book explains
the emergency medications used in the following fields: Neurologic,
Ophthalmologic, Ear Nose Throat, Oral and Dental, Pulmonary and
Thoracic, Gynecologic, Musculoskeletal, Soft Tissue and Skin.