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Books and media on the Paramedic Technology can be found in the Library under the classifications RC86 through RC88.9, Emergency Medicine. Works on the paramedic profession are listed in the Library Catalog under the subject heading Emergency Medical Technicians and Allied Health Personnel.
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♦ Encyclopedia & dictionary of medicine, nursing, & allied health
Ref. R121 .M65 2003 7th ed.
Highly regarded for its accuracy, the clinical usefulness of its entries, and its multidisciplinary approach that encompasses current topics across the entire spectrum of health care. [8/15]
♦ Injury facts / National Safety Council.
Ref. HA217 .A4
This annual reference book reports new data on workplace fatalities, distracted driving, young drivers, tramatic brain injuries, home electrical fires, international occupational injury, among other data. Updated or expanded data is available on general mortality, occupational injury and illness, incidence rates by industry, occupational injury and illness profiles. New edition published ever year. [7/16]
♦ Lights & sirens : the education of a paramedic / Kevin Grange.
RA645.6.C2 G73 2015
"An in-depth look at the trials and tragedies that paramedic students experience daily, Lights and Sirens is ultimately about the best part of humanity -- people working together to help save a human life."-- Description provided by the publisher. [7/16]
♦ PHTLS : prehospital trauma life support / Prehospital Trauma Life Support Committee of The National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians in cooperation with the Committee on Trauma of the American College of Surgeons.
RC86.7 .P48 2016
Continues the PHTLS mission to promote excellence in trauma patient management by all providers involved in the delivery of prehospital care through global education. [7/16]
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Last updated 2015.09/JH