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The JRCALC Clinical Practice Guidelines 2017 Pocket Book is up to date with both the 2016 guidelines and the 2017 supplementary guidelines. It includes the latest guidance on drug administration for diazepam, misoprostol, paracetamol, oxygen, naloxone hydrochloride and 0.9% sodium chloride. The Pocket Book is also up to date with best practice on pain management and spinal injury algorithms. This quick reference tool provides reference and reassurance for all out of hospital clinicians.
The JRCALC Clinical Practice Guidelines 2017 Pocket Book is up to date with both the 2016 guidelines and the 2017 supplementary guidelines. This quick reference tool provides reference and reassurance for all out of hospital clinicians.
This 2017 supplement to the JRCALC guidelines provides an update on best practice in healthcare for out of hospital clinicians. It is produced in addition to the UK Ambulance Services Clinical Practice Guidelines 2016 and is an interim publication in advance of the JRCALC Clinical Practice Guidelines 2018. Key topics covered include: Maternity. These extensive, new, evidence-based guidelines include algorithms for the management of eclampsia, cord prolapse, post-partum haemorrhage, breech birth and shoulder dystocia. Photographs illustrating clinical skills are also presented. Sepsis. A completely new JRCALC guideline on the suspicion of sepsis, pathophysiology and use of the NEWS score. At risk groups in particular are covered: children, pregnant women and neutropenic patients. Trauma. Guidelines on limb, pelvic and thoracic trauma and spinal injury are brought up to date with NICE. Safeguarding adults and children, with discussion of sexual assault, domestic abuse and Prevent. Falls in older adults, with discussion on risk factors, psychology, assessment, management and referral. Pain management, covering chronic pain, balanced analgesia and dementia. Updated drug guidelines are also included in this supplement: 0.9% Sodium Chloride, Diazepam, Entonox, Hydrocortisone, Intravascular Fluid Therapy, Misoprostol, Oxygen, Paracetamol and Tranexamic Acid.
A concise and accessible text designed for paramedics and student paramedics looking for a quick reference guide to key assessment skills
This book addresses the theoretical elements of paramedic courses including psychology and sociology and provides clear links to practice.
This Pocket Book has been produced by AACE and JRCALC and is based on the UK Ambulance Services Clinical Practice Guidelines 2013 (Reference Edition). The Pocket Book is intended to be used by clinicians working in the prehospital setting to confirm safe therapeutic drug doses prior to administration. It also contains treatment algorithms and management plans that are intended to be used as a quick reference guide only. As such it is designed to be used in conjunction with the reference Edition of the UK Ambulance Services Clinical Practice Guidelines 2013 which contain the definitive text

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