What to do in a General Practice Emergency

  • ID: 2223551
  • Book
  • 112 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Aiming to provide GPs with a detailed guide to pre–hospital emergency techniques, this volume includes all the information a GP needs to know in a range of emergency situations. Emergency procedures are listed in step–by–step guides. Topic areas include: psychiatric and paediatric emergencies; resuscitation; recommendations on medical kits; and advice on the type and amount of emergency drugs and analgesics which should be included.
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Adult medicine: resuscitation – adult basic life support, adult advanced life support; medical emergencies – choking, anphylaxis; acute asthma; acute myocardial infarction, acute LVF, PE, seizures, coma. Paediatric medicine: assessment of the sick child; resuscitation – paediatric basic life support, paediatric advanced life support; medical emergencies – choking, shock, including sepsis and anaphylaxis, asthma, stridor and croup, seizures, coma. What do you do if you come across trauma: special situations – burns, electrocution, near drowning, hanging, hypothermia; gynaecological emergencies; obstetric emergencies; neonatal resuscitation; other emergencies – surgical emergencies, general fracture management, epistaxis, psychiatric emergencies; hints section (or "how to use a coke bottle as a nebuliser"); a personal note...Appendices: practical procedures; what to carry with you, and where to get it; further education and training.
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Ian Higginson
Melanie Darwent
Rosaleen Gregg
Ed Peile
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