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Publication Date: 2006
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Larmon, Baxter, Snyder, Scott R.
Brady's new Dynamic Lectures that Workprovide â€œreal worldâ€ stimulus for learning for both Basic and Advanced EMS providers. These presentations have been designed to challenge learners to develop effective problem-solving skills and critical thinking methods. Created in PowerPoint, this lecture series contains photos, illustrations and animations in support of a complete education package in each topic area. Ideal for continuing education or as additional material to initial classroom education. Topics in this CD include asthma, pulmonary Edema, pulmonary Thromboembolism, Chronic Obstructive Pulmanary Disease, and Community Acquired Pneumonia.Larmon, Baxter is the author of 'Case Studies in Prehospital Emergency Care Respiratory Emergencies', published 2006 under ISBN 9780132210560 and ISBN 0132210568.
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