Emergency Medical Services for Children (NATO Asi Series A. Life Sciences; 242) download epub
by Institute of Medicine,Committee on Pediatric Emergency Medical Services,Kathleen N. Lohr,Jane S. Durch
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How can we meet the special needs of children for emergency medical services (EMS) when today's EMS .
How can we meet the special needs of children for emergency medical services (EMS) when today's EMS systems are often unprepared for the challenge? .
The Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMSC) program is a US federal government health initiative. It is administered by the . Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), and the Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB).
Clinical Pediatric Emergency Medicine. Try out personalized alert features. This practical journal is devoted to helping pediatricians and emergency physicians provide the best possible care for their young patients. Each topical issue focuses on a single condition frequently seen.
Emergency medical services for. children and the Institute of Medicine revisited . Residents but not volume or presence of a pediatric emergency medicine specialist are associated with increased differences in admission decisions
Emergency medical services for. children and the Institute of Medicine revisited, 1993-2006. Clin Pediatr EmergMed. Residents but not volume or presence of a pediatric emergency medicine specialist are associated with increased differences in admission decisions. The process by which these differences occur was not investigated.
Representatives of the Institute of Medicine spoke in a news conference following . Series A-ZExplore C-SPAN Series. The report criticized current emergency pediatric care, finding rates of death for children in American hospitals higher than similar rates in hospitals in other countries.
Representatives of the Institute of Medicine spoke in a news conference following the release of a report by the Department of Health and Human Service. The report recommended reforms to supply more equipment and personnel related to pediatric care in the nation’s hospitals and medical centers.
Committee on Pediatric Emergency Medicine and Committee on Bioethics. The original document, Consent for Medical Services for Children and Adolescents, was published in 1993 and subsequently revised in 2003. 15 The recommendations made in the 2003 revision remain important and pertinent to current practice. In addition to reaffirming the 2003 recommendations, this policy statement attempts to explore additional situations in which obtaining consent presents special challenges.
Children's Mercy Hospital Department of Emergency Medical Services (MKM, MDD) . 2. American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Pediatric Emergency Medicine: Emergency preparedness for children with special health care needs.
Children's Mercy Hospital Department of Emergency Medical Services (MKM, MDD), the Truman Medical Center. Revisiting the Emergency Medicine Services for. Wiley Online Library. Objectives: To describe the creation of an Emergency Medical Services for Children. The formula used to generate the final priority list heavily weighted.
How can we meet the special needs of children for emergency medical services (EMS) when today's EMS systems are often unprepared for the challenge? This comprehensive overview of EMS for children (EMS-C) provides an answer by presenting a vision for tomorrow's EMS-C system and practical recommendations for attaining it. Drawing on many studies and examples, the volume explores why emergency care for children--from infants through adolescents--must differ from that for adults and describes what seriously ill or injured children generally experience in today's EMS systems. The book points the way to integrating EMS-C into current emergency programs and into broader aspects of health care for children. It gives recommendations for ensuring access to emergency care through the 9-1-1 system; training health professionals, from paramedics to physicians; educating the public; providing proper equipment, protocols, and referral systems; improving communications among EMS-C providers; enhancing data resources and expanding research efforts; and stimulating and supporting leadership in EMS-C at the federal and state levels. For those already deeply involved in EMS efforts, this volume is a convenient, up-to-date, and comprehensive source of information and ideas. More importantly, for anyone interested in improving the emergency services available to children--emergency care professionals from emergency medical technicians to nurses to physicians, hospital and EMS administrators, public officials, health educators, children's advocacy groups, concerned parents and other responsible adults--this timely volume provides a realistic plan for action to link EMS-C system components into a workable structure that will better serve all of the nation's children.
Category: Medical Books
Publisher: National Academies Press; 1 edition (February 1, 1993)
Pages: 416 pages