Emergency Care by Susan H. Gray

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Susan lives in Cabot, Arkansas, with her husband, Michael, and many pets.

Artificial blood,” 20–21 bandages, 13 Barton, Clara, 9–10, 11 blood banks, 20, 26–27 blood drives, 10, 20 blood test patches, 22 blood transfusions, 26 cardiac massage, 18, 19, 29 cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), 18–19 catastrophes. See disasters. Civil War, 7–8, 9 defibrillators, 17–18, 28–29 disasters, 11, 20, 22 dispatchers, 4–5 Drew, Charles, 26–27 Duncan, Francis, 8–9 education, 9, 11, 13–14, 17 emergency doctors, 14–15, 22 emergency medical technicians (EMTs), 5, 17, 21, 22, 25 emergency rooms, 11, 13, 14 cameras, 22 Farrington, J.

Minneapolis: Lerner Publications, 2004. Marsh, Carole. Li, the Excellent EMT! Peachtree City, GA: Gallopade International, 2003. Townsend, John. Bedpans, Blood and Bandages: A History of Hospitals. Austin, TX: Raintree, 2006. WEB SITES KidsHealth: What Happens in the Emergency Room? html Links to all sorts of medical information, including emergency medicine I N N O VAT I O N I N M E D I CI N E 32 911 emergency number, 4, 16–17 ambulances, 5, 7–8, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 24–25 ambulance volante, 7, 24–25 ambulance wagons, 7–8 American College of Emergency Physicians, 14–15 American Red Cross, 10, 11 amputations, 5–6 armed forces.

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