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Basic life support skills
Emergency medicine.
Life support systems (Critical care)
Medical emergencies.
First aid in illness and injury.
Emergency medical technicians.
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation--methods--Examination Questions.
Emergency Medical Technicians--education--Examination Questions.
Emergency Treatment--methods--Examination Questions.
Illustrative Content
LCC: RC86.7 .L367 2005 (Source: dlc)
WG 18.2 L432b 2005 (Source: dnlm)
DDC: 616.02/5 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2004012996
Supplementary Content
Index present
Table Of Contents
Head-tilt, chin-lift maneuver
Jaw-thrust maneuver
Use of a pocket mask
Bag-valve-mask ventilation, two-person technique
Insertion of an oropharyngeal airway
Insertion of a nasopharyngeal airway
Oral suctioning
Suctioning through an endotracheal tube
Oxygen tank assembly
Administration of oxygen by a nonrebreather mask
Administration of oxygen by a nasal cannula
Nasogastric intubation in infants and children
Sellick's maneuver
Assisting with endotracheal intubation
Insertion of esophageal tracheal combitube
Artificial ventilations of a stoma breather
Pulse oximetry
Body substance isolation precautions
Lifting and moving
Vital signs
Initial assessment
Rapid trauma assessment
Detailed physical examination
Ongoing assessment
Assessment of the responsive medical patient
Assessment of the unresponsive medical patient
Assessment of the trauma patient with no significant mechanism of
Assessment of the trauma patient with a significant mechanism of injury
Administration of activated charcoal
Administration of glucose
Administration of metered-dose inhaler
Administration of nitroglycerin
Administration of epinephrine auto-injector
Administration of nebulized medication
Automated external defibrillation
Applying soft restraints
Assisting with childbirth
Bleeding control and shock management
Dressing and bandaging
Immobilizing a long bone
Joint immobilization
Sling and swathe immobilization
Applying a HARE traction splint
Applying a Sager traction splint
Applying a cervical collar
Spinal immobilization with a Kendrick extrication device
Spinal immobilization of a supine patient
Spinal immobilization of a standing patient
Helmet removal
Rapid extrication.
Responsibility Statement
Baxter Larmon, Heather Davis
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Larmon, Baxter. Basic life support skills