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Mosby’s EMT-basic textbook / Walt A. Stoy and the Center for Emergency Medicine.

By: Stoy, Walt A.
Contributor(s): Center for Emergency Medicine (Pittsburgh, Pa.).
Material type: TextTextPublisher: St. Louis, Mo. : Mosby Lifeline, 1996Description: 593 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 29 cm.ISBN: 0815180551.Other title: EMT-basic textbook.Subject(s): Emergency medicine | Emergency medical technicians | First aid in illness and injuryDDC classification: 616.025 Review: "Finally! A textbook that emphasizes exactly what EMT students need to know. Written and developed by Walt A. Stoy, Ph.D., Principal Investigator of the 1994 United States Department of Transportation's 1994 EMT-Basic Curriculum, and the Center for Emergency Medicine, Mosby's EMT-Basic Textbook provides students with a solid assessment-based foundation for state and National Registry of EMTs certification testing."--BOOK JACKET."Special Features include "In the Field" scenario chapter openers; alert boxes to reinforce essential information; review questions to provide self-assessment opportunities; principle boxes to give skill guidelines; skill technique boxes to illustrate specific ways to perform skills; over 600 illustrations and photographs; and the three types of objectives from the 1994 curriculum: Cognitive, Affective,and Psychomotor."--BOOK JACKET.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 576-577) and index.

"Finally! A textbook that emphasizes exactly what EMT students need to know. Written and developed by Walt A. Stoy, Ph.D., Principal Investigator of the 1994 United States Department of Transportation's 1994 EMT-Basic Curriculum, and the Center for Emergency Medicine, Mosby's EMT-Basic Textbook provides students with a solid assessment-based foundation for state and National Registry of EMTs certification testing."--BOOK JACKET."Special Features include "In the Field" scenario chapter openers; alert boxes to reinforce essential information; review questions to provide self-assessment opportunities; principle boxes to give skill guidelines; skill technique boxes to illustrate specific ways to perform skills; over 600 illustrations and photographs; and the three types of objectives from the 1994 curriculum: Cognitive, Affective,and Psychomotor."--BOOK JACKET.

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