Best Emergency Medical Services Books
Here you will get Best Emergency Medical Services Books For you.This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.
1. Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide, 9th Edition
Author: by Judith Tintinalli
The long-awaited new edition of the world’s most widely used and highly regarded textbook and reference of emergency medicine A Doody’s Core Title for 2021! Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine is THE essential resource for everyone working in, and teaching emergency medicine. The Ninth Edition provides the depth and breadth of coverage that reflects the complexity and expertise needed to practice emergency medicine in today’s fast-paced environments.
This comprehensive text is an important clinical resource for physicians, residents and students, advance practice providers, emergency nurses, EMTs, and paramedics. It is a necessary resource for in-training and board examinations, and recertification. Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine covers everything from prehospital care, disaster preparedness, and basic and advanced resuscitative techniques, to all the significant medical, traumatic, and environmental conditions requiring emergency treatment in adults, children and neonates.
Highlights of the Ninth Edition: Full-color design with more tables than ever to succinctly present key informationExtensive updates to all sections, incorporating the latest clinical and evidence-based informationOnline access to over 100 videos, covering a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, and POCUS for obstetric/gynecologic, pediatric, musculoskeletal, and vascular conditionsWorld-class pediatric section on the care of neonates, infants, and childrenExpanded chapters on the management of gynecologic and obstetric conditions and emergenciesUpdated information on toxicologic and environmental emergenciesContemporary, concise discussion of ED identification and treatment of opioid use disordersUpdated information on procedural sedationExpert advice on the management and care of transgender patientsLatest information available on neurologic and cardiac emergenciesFrom the reviews of the seventh edition:”Collectively, they have once again produced an excellent text that manages to cover the broad scope of emergency medicine while remaining an easily readable and practical resource….
2. EMT Crash Course with Online Practice Test, 2nd Edition: Get a Passing Score in Less Time (EMT Test Preparation)
Author: by Christopher Coughlin Ph.D.
REA’s EMT Crash CourseEverything you need for the exam in a fast review format! REA’s EMT Crash Course is the only book of its kind for the last-minute studier or any prospective Emergency Medical Technician who wants a quick refresher before taking the NREMT Certification Exam.
Targeted, Focused Review Study Only What You Need to Know Written by an EMS Program Director and NREMT paramedic with 30 years of experience, EMT Crash Course relies on the author’s careful analysis of the exam’s content and actual test questions.
It covers only the information tested on the exam, so you can make the most of your valuable study time. Our fully indexed targeted review covers all the official test categories including airway, ventilation, oxygenation, trauma, cardiology, medical, and EMS operations and is packed with practice questions and answers at the end of each chapter.
Also included are tips and insights on rsum building, information on finding additional training opportunities, and more. Expert Test-taking Strategies Our experienced EMT author explains the structure of the NREMT Certification Exam, so you know what to expect on test day.
3. The Ultimate Survival Medicine Guide: Emergency Preparedness for ANY Disaster
Author: by Amy Alton
The Ultimate Survival Medicine Guide: Emergency Preparedness for any Disaster is the new abridged version of the bestselling book The Survival Medicine Handbook. This unique medical book is meant to enable the average person to handle injuries and illness in situations in which modern medical facilities and professionals aren’t available due to a disaster.
This book is written by America’s top medical preparedness experts: Joe Alton, MD, and Amy Alton, ARNP. Their mission: to put a medically prepared person in every family for when medical help is not on the way. Using decades of medical experience, they address, in plain language, dozens of medical issues associated with surviving disasters and epidemics.
The Altons also discuss the medical supplies needed to become a medical asset to your family and community as well as alternative and natural strategies for when pharmaceuticals aren’t available. Most medical books will send you to the doctor or hospital when an emergency happens.
4. Emergency Care and Transportation of the Sick and Injured (Book & Navigate 2 Essentials Access)
Author: by American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS)
Jones & Bartlett Learning
In 1971, the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) published the first edition of Emergency Care and Transportation of the Sick and Injured and laid the foundation of EMS training. Today, the Eleventh Edition transforms how EMS education is delivered throughout the world and helps develop world class EMS providers around the globe..
Based on the National EMS Education Standards and the 2015 CPR/ECC Guidelines, the Eleventh Edition offers complete coverage of every competency statement with clarity and precision in a concise format that ensures students’ comprehension and encourages critical thinking. New cognitive and didactic material is presented, along with new skills and features, to create a robust and innovative EMT training solution.
Today, the AAOS suite of EMS educational resources, from first aid and CPR to critical care transport, is the gold standard in training programs by offering exceptional content and instructional resources that meet the diverse needs of today’s educators and students.
5. National Registry Paramedic Prep
Author: by Kaplan Medical
Kaplan Medical Test Prep
Kaplan’s National Registry Paramedic Prep provides essential content and focused review to help you master the national paramedic exam. This second edition features comprehensive content review, board-style practice questions, and test-taking tips to help you face the exam with confidence.
Essential ReviewContent is weighted to match the NRP so you can focus your study where it counts the mostConcise review of the material tested on the exam, including physiology, pharmacology, respiratory emergencies, cardiac emergencies, shock, trauma, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, the psychomotor exam, and moreFull-color figures and tables to aid in understanding and retentionRealistic practice questions with detailed answer explanations in each chapterOverview of the exam to help you avoid surprises on test dayExpert GuidanceWe invented test prepKaplan (www.Kaptest.
Com) has been helping students for 80 years, and our proven strategies have helped legions of students achieve their dreams
6. The Only EKG Book You'll Ever Need
Author: by Dr. Malcolm Thaler MD
Clear and concise, The Only EKG Book You’ll Ever Need has provided quick and accurate discussions on using an EKG to diagnose cardiac and non-cardiac conditions for nearly 30 years. This ninth edition is packed with full-color illustrations, real-world clinical scenarios, and step-by-step instructionsgiving you the practical guidance you need to use an EKG in actual clinical settings with patients.
Outlines processes for identifying and interpreting arrhythmias, myocardial infarctions, hypertrophy, atrial fibrillation, and other disorders. Features a lighthearted, lively writing style designed to be compelling and minimize confusion of principles discussed. New content added to reflect recent clinical and technological advancements.
Depicts real-life clinical situations and provides important clinical context for EKG use. Advises on the dangers of over-reliance on computer interpretations and includes many other practical considerations that other books leave out. New EKG cases available in the companion eBook illustrate key concepts discussed throughout the book.
7. Fire Officer's Handbook of Tactics
Author: by John Norman
With his fifth edition, Chief John Norman offers lessons learned during his extensive and time-honored career. Chief Norman imparts wisdom and experience by offering advice informed by actual outcomes from the fireground. This guide continues to be invaluable for firefighters aspiring to the officer level and those seeking to promote safety and effectiveness in their organization and the communities they serve by improving their own skills.
This fifth edition conveys valuable information gained over the past several years from scientific research relating to the tactics that we use to the changes that have taken place within our communities. Failure to recognize change and adapt to it places a fire department at a great disadvantage and can cost lives and property.
The community changes that most directly affect the fire service today include faster, hotter, and more toxic fires and significantly reduced staffing in many fire departments. These are inescapable facts. Our challenge is to use the knowledge that is at our disposal to select the right tools, technologies, and tactics to safely and successfully adapt to and overcome these challenges.
8. Rosen's Emergency Medicine: Concepts and Clinical Practice: Volume – 1&2, 9e
Author: by Ron Walls MD
Since its revolutionary first edition in 1983, Rosen’s Emergency Medicine set the standard for reliable, accessible, and comprehensive information to guide the clinical practice of emergency medicine. Generations of emergency medicine residents and practitioners have relied on Rosen’s as the source for current information across the spectrum of emergency medicine practice..
The 9th Edition continues this tradition of excellence, offering the unparalleled clarity and authority you’ve come to expect from the award-winning leader in the field. Throughout the text, content is now more concise, clinically relevant, and accessible than ever before meeting the needs of today’s increasingly busy emergency medicine practitioner.
Delivers clear, precise information, focused writing and references; relevant, concise information; and generous use of illustrations provide definitive guidance for every emergency situation. Offers the most immediately relevant content of any emergency medicine reference, providing diagnostic and treatment recommendations with clear indications and preferred actions.
9. Biology Made Easy: An Illustrated Study Guide For Students To Easily Learn Cellular & Molecular Biology
Author: by NEDU
NEDU LLC (April 22, 2021)
Special Launch PriceThis book includes over 300 illustrations to help you visualize what is necessary to understand biology at its core. Each chapter goes into depth on key topics to further your understanding of Cellular and Molecular Biology. Take a look at the table of contents:Chapter 1: What is Biology?
Chapter 2: The Study of EvolutionChapter 3: What is Cell Biology? Chapter 4: Genetics and Our Genetic BlueprintsChapter 5: Getting Down with AtomsChapter 6: How Chemical Bonds Combine AtomsChapter 7: Water, Solutions, and MixturesChapter 8: Which Elements Are in Cells? Chapter 9: Macromolecules Are the Big Molecules in Living ThingsChapter 10: Thermodynamics in Living ThingsChapter 11: ATP as FuelChapter 12: Metabolism and Enzymes in the CellChapter 13: The Difference Between Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic CellsChapter 14: The Structure of a Eukaryotic CellChapter 15: The Plasma Membrane: The Gatekeeper of the CellChapter 16: Diffusion and OsmosisChapter 17: Passive and Active TransportChapter 18: Bulk Transport of Molecules Across a MembraneChapter 19: Cell SignalingChapter 20: Oxidation and ReductionChapter 21: Steps of Cellular RespirationChapter 22: Introduction to PhotosynthesisChapter 23: Light-Dependent ReactionsChapter 24: Calvin CycleChapter 25: CytoskeletonChapter 26: How Cells MoveChapter 27: Cellular DigestionChapter 28: What is Genetic Material?
10. ACEP First Aid Manual, 5th Edition (Dk First Aid Manual)
Author: by DK Publishing
A possible life-saving reference to keep around the house or in the car, DK’s First Aid Manual looks at more than 100 different conditions, from splinters and sprained ankles to strokes and unconsciousness, and shows exactly what to do with step-by-step photographic sequences.
Every condition is clearly explained, outlining causes, symptoms and signs, and action plans. The updated design makes the instructions easier to follow, whether you need information on emergency first aid, first aid for babies and children, or tips on resuscitation.
11. Emergency & Critical Care Pocket Guide
Author: by Informed
Jones & Bartlett Learning
NOTE: The Copyright date (2014) of the item is different from the publishing date (2016). The most popular pocket reference in emergency nursing now in a new edition! The Emergency amp; Critical Care Pocket Guide has been an essential resource for physicians, paramedics, and nurses for over a decade.
The Pocket Guide consolidates critical information found in desk references into a convenient 3inchx5inch pocket size format that is handy enough to take with you anywhere. The Revised Eighth Edition features: bull; Updated information on poisons and emergency medications bull; New ECG rhythm strips bull; Common drugs sections bull; Updated pediatric medications bull; Revised Spanish section bull; Straightforward medical emergency treatments.
12. Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine Manual, Eighth Edition
Author: by Rita Cydulka
Published at: McGraw-Hill Education / Medical; 8th edition (August 28, 2017)
Publisher’s Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. The book that belongs in the pocket of every clinician working in an acute care setting A Doody’s Core Title for 2019!
This portable manual encapsulates the most clinically relevant content of Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine, Eighth Edition the world’s bestselling text on the topic – and puts it at your fingertips, or in your pocket or backpack. Covering the full spectrum of emergency medicine in all patient populations adult and pediatric this full-color guide is composed of concise chapters that focus on clinical features, diagnosis and differential, and emergency management and disposition.
Packing a remarkable amount of information in a compact, full-color presentation, Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine Manual, Eighth Edition is enhanced by contributors from across the globe. Numerous tables and full-color photographs and illustrations enrich the text and help you deliver skillful and timely patient care.
13. Encyclopedia of Intensive Care Medicine, volume 1 to 4
Author: by Jean-Louis Vincent
The aim of this comprehensive encyclopedia is to provide detailed information on intensive care medicine contributing to the broad field of emergency medicine. The wide range of entries in the Encyclopedia of Intensive Care Medicine are written by leading experts in the field.
They will provide basic and clinical scientists in academia, practice, as well as industry with valuable information about the field of intensive care medicine, but also people in related fields, students and teachers will benefit from the important and relevant information on the most recent developments in emergency medicine.
The Encyclopedia will contain 4 volumes, and published simultaneously online. The entire field has been divided into 14 sections. All entries will be arranged in alphabetical order with extensive cross-referencing between them.
14. Roberts and Hedges’ Clinical Procedures in Emergency Medicine and Acute Care
Author: by James R. Roberts MD FACEP FAAEM FACMT
Comprehensive, detailed, and up to date, Roberts and & Hedges’ Clinical Procedures in Emergency Medicine and Acute Care, 7th Edition, provides highly visual coverage of both common and uncommon procedures encountered in emergency medicine and acute care practice. It clearly describes the ins and outs of every procedure you’re likely to consider, such as how, why, when to, and when not to perform them, and recommends other emergency or acute care procedures that may be an option.
Thoroughly revised and updated throughout, the 7th Edition remains the most well-known and trusted procedures manual in its field. Provides clear, detailed information for practitioners at all levels of experience, from trainees who are unfamiliar with a specific procedure to those with experience in the technique.
Covers the latest equipment, devices, drug therapies, and techniques you need to know for the effective practice of emergency medicine and acute care. Features new and updated information on ultrasound throughout the text, including Ultrasound Boxes that are expertly written and richly illustrated with photographs and clinical correlative images.
15. Emergency Care (EMT)
Author: by Daniel Limmer EMT-P
For courses in Emergency Medical Technician Training and Emergency Medical Services Help students think like EMTs with the gold standard for EMT training For over 30 years, Emergency Care has provided generations of EMT students with the practical information they need to succeed in the classroom and in the field.
Updated with the latest research and developments in emergency medical services, this edition meets the 2010 American Heart Association guidelines for CPR and ECC. Using the National EMS Education Standards as a foundation, Emergency Care goes beyond the Standards to provide the most current, accurate reflection of EMS practice today.
The text integrates scientific principles in an easy-to-understand way, with a host of critical-thinking features that help students learn to think like EMTs. Also available with MyBRADYLab This title is also available with MyBRADYLaban online homework, tutorial, and assessment program designed to work with this text to engage students and improve results.
16. Telephone Triage Protocols for Nurses
Author: by Julie K Briggs RN BSN MHA
Assess the nature and severity of callers’ symptoms quickly and confidently, with Telephone Triage Protocols for Nurses, 6th Edition. More than 200 alpha-organized protocols address a wide range of symptoms, disorders and medical emergencies, while the flow chart format leads callers to provide vital Yes or No answers to appropriate questions.
This comprehensive manual a must-have for nurses both new and experienced offers accurate care recommendations even when client information is limited. Follow expert direction and make quick, accurate assessments NEW and updated protocols offer current best practices and reflect changes in access to medications and health careProtocols address adult, pediatric, geriatric, maternal/child, home health concerns, current health issues, and communicable disease outbreaksNEW protocols include arthritis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), elder abuse, stroke symptoms, and Zika virusPost-operative conditions and considerations have been added to numerous protocolsExpanded appendices include altered mental status, PTSD, suicide prevention, and emergency preparednessAlpha-organized protocols help you quickly locate topics by symptom or conditionTable of contents by body system helps you quickly locate topics by body system, body part or set of related symptomsPeer-reviewed by nursing expertsEasy-to-follow question-asking flow chart Yes or No answers lead to specific care recommendationsIdeal guidance for all nurses, particularly those in triage and ambulatory practiceSorts life-threatening problems from those not requiring physician or emergency careIncreases consistency of advice and documentationNurse Alerts help the nurse identify potentially life-threatening conditions related to the symptoms and provides additional information to consider when choosing a protocol or triaging the caller’s concernSymptoms alpha-organized and grouped by level of urgency, addressing injuries, trauma, pain, swelling and other symptoms for:Body part problemsBody system problemsChronic and infectious diseasesBehavioral problemsPediatric-specific problemsMaternal/obstetric specific problems or conditionsSections under every symptom or condition include:Key Questions to ask callerOther Protocols to ConsiderReminder what to note for proper documentationAssessment Yes or No questions to determine the urgency of symptoms or conditionsActions clear direction following Yes or No answers to questionsImmediate actions proven protocols that refer caller to emergency, physician, or at-home care instructionsHome Care Instructions comprehensive actions to take before emergency care, before appointment, or at-home careEmergency Instructions in-the-moment first aidReport the Following Problems what caller should tell their personal or ER physicianSeek Emergency Care Immediately if certain symptoms occurReminder to determine if caller agrees with the advice provided and if not, reevaluateMust-have resource for medical offices, clinics, schools, community referrals, emergency departments, urgent care centers, home health agencies and managed healthcare providers About the Author Julie Briggs, RN, BSN, MHA, has an extensive background in Emergency Nursing, Management, Telephone Triage, Emergency Preparedness, Utilization Review and Quality Management.