This highly practical aid to management of major incidents is the refined and improved new edition of Prehospital Emergency Management Master. Concentrating on the essential elements in treatment and transport of the wounded in a major incident this new system provides easily assimilable information on:symbols and terminology; first actions; METHANE report; command; safety; communications; triage; treament; transportthe system is produced on waterproof pages, and includes 12 separate action cards for use by auxiliary helpers, and a log for recording the facts.The complete package comes in a handy sized ring binder, allowing users to add their own local notes. The use of colour and easily recognisable icons makes this a valuable aid even in the most difficult conditions.
Trauma Rules 2 retains its lively and fun presentation to help you remember the essential principles of trauma care and feel confident about handling and treating patients appropriately in the first hours of injury. Thoroughly expanded and updated, and now including military trauma rules, the second edition of this popular pocket book now offers:70 easy-to-memorize rules covering the important aspects of trauma careclear, authoritative explanations and instructive illustrationsthe three principal stages of trauma management: approach to the patient, initial assessment and resuscitation, and investigation and definitive careTrauma Rules 2 is compiled especially for those dealing with the immediate and early management of the severely injured patient.
The 80 rules you need to prepare for action in a medical disasterHere are 80 disaster management rules to reflect on, remember and follow in the immediate aftermath of an incident involving mass casualties. Each rule is a single-page long, providing the essential information to inform the most common critical decisions you will have to make in either a civilian or military environment.Written by clinicians with deep clinical and operational experience, these rules are concise evidence-based guidelines for all medical personnel dealing with disasters at the scene or in hospital. Based on the Major Incident Medical Management and Support system widely adopted in the UK, mainland Europe, Australasia and NATO, they are both authoritative and effective.