6 edition of Quality Management in Prehospital Care found in the catalog.
Quality Management in Prehospital Care
National Association Ems Physicians
January 15, 1993
by Mosby-Year Book
Written in English
|Contributions||Robert A. Swor (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||254|
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Concepts in quality management; important issues in quality management; quality assessment in different environments; special roles in quality management.
Appendix: tools for quality improvement. Responsibility: by the National Association of EMS Physicians ; chief editor, Robert A. Swor ; editors, Steven J.
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Description: This book covers the ABCs of quality assurance/continuous quality improvement (QA/CQI) from theory to program development to special management roles. Purpose: The authors discuss the continuing efforts to improve quality management in prehospital care.
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Robert Swor (Ed). National Association of EMS Physicians, 2 RESOURCES FOR OPTIMAL CARE OF THE INJURED PATIENT INTRODUCTION Definitive Care Facilities Essential to the development of a trauma care system is the designation of definitive trauma care facilities. The trauma care system is a network of definitive care facilities that provides a spectrum of care for all injured patients.
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Written by over 70 distinguished international experts represe. "Prehospital Trauma Life Support transformed the assessment and management of trauma patients in the field.
The course has improved the quality of trauma patient care and has saved lives. This edition continues the mission to promote excellence in trauma patient management involved in delivery of prehospital care"It is well known at this moment that a systems and systematic approach to trauma care cases is ideal.
The prehospital controversies of in-the-field care in trauma cases, resuscitation, and transport, ground or air, are still debated. The most controversial is rapid transport to definitive care (“scoop and run”) versus field stabilization in trauma, which remains a topic of debate and Author: Tudor Ovidiu Popa, Diana Carmen Cimpoesu, Paul Lucian Nedelea.37 Medicolegal and Ethical Aspects of Prehospital Emergency Medicine, Craig M.
Klugman and Jennifer Bard 38 Research and Development in Prehospital Emergency Medicine, Suzanne Mason and A. Niroshan Siriwardena Index,