Treating Wounds In the Field (Injuries and Emergencies)
Includes Triage, Controlling Bleeding, from a Wound, Extremity, Amputation, Internal, Treating Chest Open Closed, Abdominal, Acute Abdomen, Head Injuries, Thermal, Electrical, Chemical, Radiant Energy, Burns, Hypovolemic Shock, and Soft Tissue Injury
Treating Wounds in the Field
Pharmacology Volume 5
Pharmacology Volume 5 of 5In courses Pharmacology Volume 1, Pharmacology Volume 2, Pharmacology Volume 3, and Pharmacology Volume 4, various concepts of anatomy, physiology, and pathology as they pertain to pharmacology (with emphasis on current drug therapy) were discussed.In this course, Pharmacology 5, we shall view a drug in…
When you have a casualty, you must determine the sequence in which the casualty should be treated and decide how to treat their injuries. This course discusses the procedures for performing primary and secondary surveys; performing triage; treating open and closed injuries of the extremities, chest, abdominal, and head; and controlling shock.
This course is part of our Injuries and Emergencies series.
Includes a questions and answers section at the end of each lesson.
Full illustrations and diagrams included.
- Controlling Bleeding From an Extremity
- Treating Chest Injuries
- Treating Abdominal Injuries
- Treating Head Injuries
- Treating Burns
- Treating Hypovolemic Shock
- Treating Soft Tissue Injuries
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