Comments: Clean copy in "good enough" condition, binding is creased/cocked and moderately weak, general moderate wear but still a complete and presentable reference copy, text is clean and unmarked, paperback, SECOND EDITION of "The 60-Second EMT" exactly as shown, ships quickly/securely with delivery confirmation, thanks! 14z
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Publisher: Elsevier Science Health Science div
Bosker, Gideon, Sequeira, Michael, Weins, Donald
Thoroughly updated, the new second edition incorporates the latest ACLS protocols from the AHA and is compatible with the latest DOT curriculum for EMT-Basic. New chapters have been added on the assessment of drug reactions, hazardous waste emergencies, and the AIDS patient. An invaluable tool to the certified EMS provider and a helpful classroom text for the student.Bosker, Gideon is the author of '60-Second Emt Rapid Bls/Als Assessment, Diagnosis & Triage' with ISBN 9780801678127 and ISBN 0801678129.
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