Emergency care professionals are increasingly expected to work autonomously when caring for patients with minor musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. They have to be able to competently and safely take a patientas history, examine, diagnose and provide management of these conditions. Managing Minor Musculoskeletal Injuries and Conditions pulls together all these aspects of care into one practical, easy-to-read text. Aimed principally at students undertaking minor injury and emergency care courses, this title is a comprehensive manual of minor musculoskeletal injuries and conditions, highly illustrated throughout and containing a variety of activities and exercises. Key features: Includes material on study skills, distance and self-directed learning to support both students on formal courses and those working alone Extensive learning features, including a range of activities, hints and tips and multiple-choice questions Supported by a companion website with further self-assessment, downloadable X-ray PowerPoint slides, picture tutorials, practice history-taking documentation and legal scenarios Enables more effective management and care of patients with musculoskeletal injuriesEasily seen and of importance is a clearly defined narrowing called the a#39;waista#39; with many holes for blood vessels to enter and ... There can be a fracture and, no matter how many Xrays are taken from different angles, it just will not show up.
|Title||:||Managing Minor Musculoskeletal Injuries and Conditions|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2013-10-17|