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6th Edition Instructor Guide

6th Edition Instructor Guide

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Coordinator and Instructor GuideInternational Trauma Life Supportfor Prehospital Care Providers
Sixth EditionJohn Emory Campbell, MD, FACEPRoy Alson, PhD, MD, FACEPDonna Hastings, EMT-PPatricia M. Hicks, MS, NREMTP
 Alabama Chapter  American College of Emergency Physicians
Pearson/Prentice Hall HealthUpper Saddle River, New Jersey 07458
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The authors and the publisher of this volume have taken care that the information andtechnical recommendations contained herein are based on research and expert consultation, andare accurate and compatible with the standards generally accepted at the time of publication. Nevertheless, as new information becomes available, changes in clinical and technical practices become necessary. The reader is advised to carefully consult manufacturers’ instructions and in-formation material for all supplies and equipment before use, and to consult with a healthcare professional as necessary. This advice is especially important when using new supplies or equipment for clinical purposes. The authors and publisher disclaim all responsibility for anyliability, loss, injury, or damage incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly, of the use andapplication of any of the contents of this volume.
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ISBN 0-13-159869-4
 Mission Statement of the ITLS Organization xiii Preface xiv
Overview of the Basic and Advanced ITLS Courses 1
Course Synopsis 2Lectures 2Advanced ITLS 4Basic ITLS 4Skill StationsAdvanced ITLS 4Basic ITLS 4Skill Station Rotations 5Patient Assessment Scenario Practice and Testing 6Examples of Course Timetables 8Sample Course Timetables (Advanced Providers) 9Sample Course Timetable: Advanced Two-Day Course, Lectures Both Days 9Sample Course Timetable: Advanced Two-Day Course, Lectures First Day 11Sample Course Timetable: Advanced Two-and-a-Half-Day Course 13

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