Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. The sternal notch is located at the superior part of the sternum. The manubrium is the superior-most part of the sternum. The term body does not describe the inferior-most part of the sternum. The inferior portion of the sternum is called the xiphoid process.
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Updated with the latest research and developments in emergency medical services, this edition meets the American Heart Association guidelines for CPR and ECC, providing all the practical information students need to succeed in the classroom and in the field.
Hallmark Features: A host of boxed features and pedagogical tools—help students navigate and learn often complex concepts and procedures. Critical Decision Making exercises appear throughout the text. This scenario-based feature helps students learn how to make patient-care decisions while at the scene.
Dot Objectives are listed and follow the DOT numbering system. Each chapter lists the US DOT objectives along with page references that make it easy to see where the objectives are covered. Patient Assessment and Care describes the assessment and treatment for particular types of patients, disorders, or injuries. They include important signs and symptoms, as well as key steps of care. Scans summarize step-by-step procedures using easy-to-reference illustrations.
Medication Scans provide information needed to help administer medications. Procedure Scans list and describe how to perform particular procedures. These sections provide material that goes beyond the DOT objectives. Street Scenes place book knowledge within the context of real-life calls. Questions within this feature prompt readers to test their knowledge using realistic situations. This book is the standalone text and does not include the access code to MyBradyKit.
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Vucage Emergency Care, 11th Edition Discussion and illustration of the [ Pediatric Assessment Triangle have been updated to conform to the latest American Association of Pediatrics standards. Bleeding and Shock Chapter Read more Read less. An edtiion emphasis on the safety of EMTs in the patient compartment of the ambulance. The Trauma module begins with a chapter on bleeding and shock; continues with chapters on soft-tissue injuries, musculoskeletal injuries, and injuries to the head and spine; and ends with a chapter on caring for multiple-trauma patients. In this module, all of the steps of the assessment and their application to different types of trauma and medical patients, plus the skills of measuring vital signs, taking a patient history, communication, and documentation, are explained and illustrated.
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