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  • 1 Emergency department basics
    • What is emergency nursing?
    • Meet the emergency nurse
    • What do you do?
    • Where do you work?
    • What makes you special?
    • Advocacy
    • Stuck in the middle
    • Clinical judgment
    • Why be critical?
    • Always asking questions
    • Caring practice
    • Collaboration
    • Cultural diversity
    • Keep an open mind
    • Education
    • Staff as students
    • Becoming an emergency nurse
    • Learning by doing
    • Gaining credentials
    • Help wanted
    • Safety first
    • What’s in it for me?
    • Nursing responsibilities
    • Assessment
    • Planning
    • What’s the problem?
    • Implementation
    • A call to intervene
    • Evaluation
    • Emergency essentials
    • Information station
    • Danger details
    • Patient particulars
    • Injuries sustained
    • Vital vitals
    • Systematic systems
    • Primary survey
    • A is for airway
    • B is for breathing
    • C is for circulation
    • D is for disability
    • E is for exposure and environment
    • Secondary survey
    • F is for family matters/full set of vital signs/focused adjuncts
    • G for give comfort measures
    • H is for history and head-to-toe assessment
    • Triage
    • Once divided
    • Stay in touch
    • Interprofessional teamwork
    • The whole goal
    • Team huddle
    • Working with registered nurses
    • The buddy system
    • Working with doctors
    • Working with advanced practice nurses
    • The roles of a lifetime
    • On a role
    • Working with licensed practical nurses
    • Working with respiratory therapists
    • Respiration-related roles
    • Clinical tools
    • Clinical pathways
    • Follow the path
    • Tried and true
    • Outlines and timelines
    • Practice guidelines
    • Let an expert be your guide
    • The evidence is in
    • Consider the source
    • Protocols
    • First things first
    • Input from experts
    • Transport
    • Not so simple
    • Interfacility transport
    • ED on wheels (or wings)
    • Movin’ out
    • Cha-ching
    • Intrafacility transport
    • Movin’ in
    • Communication
    • All in the know
    • Family matters
    • Best practices
    • Best for all concerned
    • Emergency research
    • Share and share alike
    • Evidence-based care
    • An evidence-based example
    • First, last, and always
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Selected references
  • 2 Holistic care
    • What is holistic health care?
    • A new dimension
    • Holistic care issues
    • Patient and family issues
    • Family ties
    • Slipping on emotional turmoil
    • Circle out of round
    • Unprepared for the worst
    • Lend a hand
    • Lend an ear, too
    • Because you asked
    • Living with the decision
    • Cultural considerations
    • Consider culture
    • Cognitive issues
    • Fair to compare
    • It’s a factor
    • Invasion of personal space
    • Medications
    • Pain control issues
    • Help is at hand
    • Don’t be fooled
    • Choose a tool
    • Silent suffering
    • Body and mind
    • Pain particulars
    • Pharmacologic pain management
    • Nonpharmacologic pain management
    • Sensory input
    • Too much or too little
    • Ethical issues
    • The value of values
    • Code of ethics
    • Unsolvable mysteries
    • A question of quality
    • Consulting the committee
    • Who decides?
    • Where there’s a will, there’s a law
    • It takes two
    • Standards deviation
    • Donations accepted
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Selected references
  • 3 Neurologic emergencies
    • Understanding neurologic emergencies
    • Assessment
    • Check the records
    • History
    • Friends and family fill in
    • Current health
    • Common concerns
    • Details, please
    • Physical examination
    • Top-to-bottom examination
    • No easy answers
    • Three-part exam
    • Descriptions and definitions
    • Looking at LOC
    • It’s hard to say
    • Language changes
    • When, then who
    • Thought content
    • Insight on insight
    • Lost in emotion
    • Under pressure
    • Get on some other nerves
    • See about sight
    • Funny face
    • Bouncing and spinning
    • Check the pipes
    • Shrug it off
    • Test tongue toughness
    • This might hurt
    • Acts of strength
    • Grace and gait
    • Extreme coordination
    • Present and absent actions
    • Superficially speaking
    • Write it down
    • Diagnostic tests
    • Imaging studies
    • Steady, Freddie
    • Computed tomography spine scanning
    • Computed tomography brain scanning
    • Sharper images
    • Other tests
    • Why do it?
    • Contraindications and cautions
    • Treatments
    • Heads up!
    • Surgery
    • Be ready before and after
    • Condition and complexity count
    • Common disorders
    • Traumatic brain injury
    • To put it bluntly
    • Open and exposed
    • Case closed
    • May be surgical
    • The supportive nurse
    • Metabolic medicine
    • Seizure watch
    • Increased intracranial pressure
    • Tip the scales
    • What to avoid
    • Seizures
    • Primary and secondary
    • Who’s affected . . .
    • . . . and how
    • Increase O2 or else
    • For tonic–clonic seizures
    • When medications don’t work . . .
    • Continuous
    • Tonic–clonic seizure interventions
    • Spinal cord injury
    • Dangerous damage
    • Specifically speaking
    • Distention prevention
    • Stroke
    • The sooner the better
    • Number three
    • Risk factor facts
    • Ischemic stroke
    • Hemorrhagic stroke
    • Left is right and right is left
    • Go with the flow
    • Drugs of choice
    • Drugs for acute stroke management
    • Under the knife
    • Multiple monitors
    • Anticonvulsant, antiplatelet, anticoagulation
    • Subarachnoid hemorrhage
    • Women are more prone
    • Without warning
    • Making the grade
    • Watch out
    • Rebound effects
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Selected references
  • 4 Cardiac emergencies
    • Understanding cardiac emergencies
    • Assessment
    • Health history
    • Where, what, and why?
    • In their own words
    • Physical examination
    • The heart of it
    • First impressions
    • Check the chest
    • Arms and legs, too
    • Light the way
    • Neck next
    • Then go for the jugular
    • Palpate the potentials
    • Refill, please
    • And compare
    • Regular and equal
    • What a thrill!
    • Border patrol
    • Erb and friends
    • Upward, downward, zigward, zagward
    • 1, 2, 3, 4, and more
    • Listen for the “dub”
    • Listen for the “lub”
    • Auscultation awareness!
    • Kentucky galloper
    • Tennessee walker
    • What S4 says
    • Location, location, and . . . timing
    • Pinpoint its presence
    • Pitch
    • Pattern
    • Quality
    • Intensity
    • Rubbed the wrong way
    • Bruits
    • Bothersome bruits
    • Diagnostic tests
    • Cardiac monitoring
    • A test with 12 views
    • Up, down, and across . . .
    • . . . from top to bottom . . .
    • . . . and, finally, horizontal
    • Cardiac marker studies
    • Release those enzymes!
    • Heart enzymes
    • Echocardiography
    • Echocardiography aka Echo
    • Motion mode
    • Echo in 2-D
    • TEE combination
    • Echo abnormalities
    • Hemodynamic monitoring
    • Getting involved
    • PAP purposes
    • PAP’s parts
    • PAP and PAOP procedures
    • Irritation prevention
    • Cardiac output monitoring
    • On the rocks or room temperature
    • To be continued
    • Better assessor
    • Treatments
    • Drug therapy
    • Classified by chemical
    • Which receptor
    • Mimicking norepinephrine and epinephrine
    • Doing it like dopamine
    • Excitatory or inhibitory
    • How heartening
    • Rapid rates
    • Fascinating rhythm
    • Impending impulses
    • Classified information
    • Not very discriminating
    • Reducing resistance
    • Selective (or not)
    • Highly discriminating
    • Intrinsically sympathetic
    • Widely effective
    • Selective or nonselective
    • Reduce demand, increase supply
    • The top three
    • Antiangina effect
    • Reducing resistance
    • Down with everything
    • Preventing passage
    • Rate reduction
    • Conduction reduction
    • Benefits vs. risks
    • Four classes plus . . .
    • No (para)sympathy
    • Rhythmic risks
    • Make a IB line for the ventricle
    • Slowing the seeds of conduction
    • Receptor blockers
    • Strength reducers
    • One way to two way
    • Depressing the pacemaker
    • Low is good
    • Anticlumping
    • No new clots
    • Circulate freely
    • A long history
    • Know the program
    • Where and how
    • Calcium stoppers
    • Direct dial
    • Without ACE inhibition
    • With ACE inhibition
    • Less water, less work
    • Slower rate
    • The short and long of it
    • Boosting output
    • High potency, big risk
    • In the loop
    • Potassium-sparing effects
    • Sodium stoppers
    • Stability with time
    • Surgery
    • Why bypass?
    • CABG varieties
    • Repair review
    • Plaque, meet Balloon
    • Take two aspirins and call me . . .
    • Other treatments
    • Electrifying experience
    • Repeat, repeat, and repeat again
    • In sync
    • Positively speaking
    • Adjustable
    • Act early and quickly
    • Charge!! And discharge!
    • Rhythm restoration
    • Dire straits
    • Proper placement
    • Now to pacing
    • Set the beat
    • Them bones, them bones
    • Check back with the vitals
    • Common disorders
    • Acute coronary syndrome
    • Plaque’s place
    • Degree and duration
    • It hurts when I do this
    • My, my, MI pain
    • And many more
    • MI relief
    • Patency protection
    • Treating the heart
    • Aortic aneurysm
    • Thin and thinner
    • Wide vessel, slow flow
    • Blood forces
    • When symptoms arise
    • Acute expansion
    • Emergency measures
    • ABGs and arterial lines
    • Rupture response
    • Cardiac arrest
    • Cardiac arrhythmias
    • Asymptomatic to catastrophic
    • Organized by origin and effects
    • A matter of degree
    • That’s not all
    • Cardiac contusion
    • And also . . .
    • Close watch
    • No if hypo
    • Cardiac tamponade
    • Pericardial pressure
    • That’s not all
    • When pressure is low
    • Keep an eye on the increase
    • Heart failure
    • When the left loses its faculties
    • When right goes wrong
    • Blame it on the left
    • Just can’t pump enough
    • It all goes to swell from here
    • Compromising situation
    • Kidneys’ contributions
    • Counteracting hormone
    • Later, on the left
    • On the right side
    • Pump up the potassium
    • Hypertensive emergency
    • Rapid rise
    • Faulty mechanisms
    • Up with pressure
    • Maintaining flow
    • Taking control
    • Regulating reabsorption
    • Strain for the brain
    • Check the head
    • Kidney-related consequences
    • Slow pressure cuts
    • Much monitoring
    • Check in on output
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Selected references
  • 5 Respiratory emergencies
    • Understanding respiratory emergencies
    • Assessment
    • History
    • Cover all the bases
    • Pain provocations
    • Pillow talk
    • Don’t forget to ask
    • Sleep disturbance
    • Daytime drowsiness
    • Sputum production
    • Hemoptysis
    • Wheezing
    • Previous health status
    • Family history
    • Lifestyle patterns
    • Physical examination
    • Four steps
    • Back, then front
    • Beauty in symmetry
    • A new angle
    • Muscles in motion
    • Raising a red flag
    • Count on it
    • Don’t be blue
    • Finger findings
    • Leaky lungs
    • Probing palpation pain
    • Feeling for fremitus
    • Evaluating symmetry
    • Warning signs
    • Sites and sounds
    • Warning sounds
    • Detecting diaphragm movement
    • Auscultation preparation
    • Be firm
    • Detect the unexpected
    • Adventitious sounds
    • Diagnostic tests
    • Pulse oximetry
    • Shedding light on the subject
    • Note denotation
    • Poisoning precludes pulse oximetry
    • End-tidal carbon dioxide monitoring (capnography)
    • In-lightened
    • Crunching the numbers
    • ABG analysis
    • ABCs of ABGs
    • Valuable values
    • A sample scenario
    • Seesaw systems
    • What’s in a name?
    • Sputum analysis
    • Bronchoscopy
    • To remove and evaluate
    • Chest X-ray
    • More is better
    • X-ray vision
    • Magnetic resonance imaging
    • View that’s see-through
    • Thoracic computed tomography scan
    • CT in 3-D
    • Ventilation–perfusion scan
    • Two-tined test
    • V/Q caveat
    • Pulmonary angiography
    • More reliable, more risks
    • Postprocedure procedures
    • Treatments
    • Drug therapy
    • Reversing obstruction
    • Inhalation therapy
    • Aerosol treatments
    • Goes with the flows
    • Other talents
    • Through the nose
    • Not so positive
    • After the fact
    • Conversation stopper
    • Open up
    • Be quick about it
    • Not for everyone
    • Through the nose
    • A conscious choice
    • Difficult and damaging
    • Confirm ETT placement
    • When to ventilate
    • Accentuate the positive
    • Be alarmed
    • Be extra vigilant
    • Fully equipped
    • Concentrate on concentration
    • Surgery
    • Gotta have some negative pressure
    • Emergency or planned procedure
    • Afterward
    • Common disorders
    • Airway obstruction
    • It’s anatomical
    • Inhalation injuries
    • When it’s a little . . .
    • When it’s a lot . . .
    • And when it’s way too much . . .
    • Submersion injury
    • Pneumothorax
    • Open book
    • Closed call
    • Every breath hurts
    • Further findings
    • Did we mention the tension?
    • With trauma
    • With less lung collapse
    • With more lung collapse
    • With tension
    • Status asthmaticus
    • Asthma overview
    • Making things worse
    • Outside factors
    • Factors within
    • Constricting factors
    • Irritants in the workplace
    • Genetic messes
    • A potent mix
    • Attachment disorder
    • A not-so-good goblet
    • Bucking bronchos
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Selected references
  • 6 Gastrointestinal emergencies
    • Understanding GI emergencies
    • Assessment
    • Health history
    • Previous health status
    • Further questions
    • Physical examination
    • In order, please
    • General inspection
    • To striae or not to striae
    • Follow the clock
    • Do you hear what I hear?
    • Tube tip
    • Sound class
    • Sound off
    • Percussion precaution
    • Tympany and dullness
    • Light palpation
    • Deep palpation
    • Percussion discussion
    • Palpation problem
    • Diagnostic tests
    • Abdominal X-ray
    • Reading the rays
    • Colonoscopy
    • Postprocedure
    • CT scan
    • Scads of scans
    • Ultrasound
    • EGD
    • Fecal studies
    • MRI
    • MRI mire
    • Peritoneal fluid analysis
    • Peritoneal through paracentesis
    • During . . .
    • . . . and after
    • Treatments
    • Drug therapy
    • How fast?
    • GI intubation
    • Rarely seen
    • Fluid watch
    • When it’s done
    • Dealing with obstruction
    • Common disorders
    • Abdominal trauma
    • An explosive situation
    • To put it bluntly
    • Other considerations
    • Trauma physics
    • Buckle up
    • Have a look-see
    • Acute GI bleeding
    • Maybe multiple morbidities
    • Upper causes
    • Lower causes
    • Source signs
    • Signs and symptoms
    • Don’t forget oxygen
    • Appendicitis
    • . . . and then later
    • Cholecystitis
    • Bad to the stone
    • Diverticulitis
    • Packed in the sac
    • Severe steps
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Selected references
  • 7 Musculoskeletal emergencies and wound management
    • Understanding musculoskeletal emergencies
    • Assessment
    • Health history
    • Any ouchies?
    • Out-of-joint, fractured, or all muscle
    • What goes in
    • Physical assessment
    • First thing’s first
    • With feeling
    • A watchful eye
    • Assessing the bones and joints
    • Is the TMJ A-OK?
    • Check the neck
    • Head circles and chin-ups
    • Spine-tingling procedure
    • Lift and rotate
    • Flex and extend
    • Swing into position
    • Up to the elbows
    • Rotate and flap
    • Lift a finger; make a fist
    • At arm’s length
    • Hip, hip, hooray!
    • As the hip turns
    • On bended knees
    • The ankle angle
    • The long and short of it
    • Assessing the muscles
    • Tuning in to muscle tone
    • Wrestling with muscle strength
    • Testing the bi’s and tri’s
    • Forcing the hand
    • Diagnostic tests
    • Arthrocentesis
    • Telltale findings
    • Doing double duty
    • CT scan
    • Beam me up
    • MRI
    • Must be your animal magnetism
    • X-rays
    • Treatments
    • Get up and go again
    • Drug therapy
    • Nonsurgical treatments
    • Don’t move a muscle!
    • Surgery
    • Common disorders
    • Amputations (traumatic)
    • Compartment syndrome
    • Contusions
    • History of violence
    • Dislocations and fractures
    • Trauma and force
    • Location and direction
    • Relationship and stability
    • Don’t go soft on us now
    • It’s a hematoma!
    • Organization is key
    • I’m brand new!
    • What’s more . . .
    • Inspired casting
    • Pelvic plan
    • Puncture wounds
    • Strains and sprains
    • Sprain, sprain, go away!
    • Sprain symptoms
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Selected references
  • 8 Renal, genitourinary, and gynecologic emergencies
    • Understanding GU and gynecologic emergencies
    • Assessment
    • Peruse the record
    • Sex-specific
    • Health history
    • Comfort zone
    • Pregnancy clues
    • Physical examination
    • At ease, please
    • Renal red flags
    • Behavioral hints
    • It’s in the skin
    • Leading off: The abdomen and back
    • Genitalia concerns
    • Diagnostic tests
    • Blood studies
    • CT scan
    • IVP
    • KUB radiography
    • Laparoscopy
    • MRI
    • Percutaneous renal biopsy
    • Renal angiography
    • On closer inspection
    • Renal scan
    • Ultrasonography
    • Urine studies
    • Concentrate, concentrate
    • Treatments
    • Drug therapy
    • Nonsurgical procedures
    • Basket boomerang
    • Fluid watch
    • Surgical procedures
    • Common disorders
    • Kidney trauma
    • And that’s not all
    • Hemodynamics count
    • Wound care
    • And that’s not all
    • Ovarian cyst
    • Poly problems
    • Pelvic inflammatory disease
    • Upping the ante
    • Additional considerations
    • Severe situation
    • Pyelonephritis
    • Antibiotic aid
    • Renal calculi
    • Sexual assault
    • What’s in a name?
    • Rape-trauma syndrome
    • In good hands
    • Collecting evidence
    • Medication and follow-up
    • Testicular torsion
    • Intra vs. extra
    • Urinary tract infection
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Selected references
  • 9 Obstetric emergencies
    • Understanding obstetric emergencies
    • Meconium-stained amniotic fluid
    • Emergency nursing management of meconium-stained amniotic fluid
    • Shoulder dystocia
    • Emergency nursing management of shoulder dystocia
    • Prolapsed umbilical cord
    • Emergency nursing management of prolapsed umbilical cord
    • Rupture of the maternal uterus
    • Emergency nursing management of rupture of the maternal uterus
    • Amniotic fluid embolus
    • Emergency nursing management of amniotic fluid embolus
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Selected references
  • 10 Maxillofacial and ocular emergencies
    • Understanding maxillofacial and ocular emergencies
    • Quickness counts
    • Assessment
    • Health history
    • Eye spy
    • Earmark past problems
    • Looking at lids
    • Conjunctiva
    • Corneal matters
    • Testing
    • Cardinal concerns
    • Testing
    • A very telling Snellen
    • E for everyone else
    • Upon closer inspection
    • Face and sinuses
    • Gums . . .
    • . . . and tongues
    • Gag order
    • Diagnostic tests
    • CT scan
    • It’s orbital
    • Facial X-rays
    • Fluorescein angiography
    • Fluorescein staining
    • Ultrasonography
    • Treatments
    • Drug therapy
    • Ophthalmic agents
    • Surgery
    • Common disorders
    • Chemical burns to the eye
    • Corneal abrasion
    • To patch or not to patch
    • Epistaxis
    • Pack it up
    • Facial fractures
    • Foreign body in the ear
    • Orbital fracture
    • Retinal detachment
    • Soft tissue facial injuries
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Selected references
  • 11 Psychiatric emergencies
    • Understanding psychiatric emergencies
    • Medical versus psychiatric?
    • Specialized members of the psychiatric health care team
    • Using the nursing process
    • Assessment
    • History and physical assessment
    • Planning
    • Implementation
    • Common nursing interventions
    • Evaluation
    • Common disorders
    • Acute psychosis
    • Signs and symptoms of acute psychosis
    • Nursing interventions for patients with psychotic behavior
    • Medication management in psychosis
    • Violent, disruptive, aggressive, or excited behaviors
    • Maintaining safety with the agitated patient
    • Seclusion and restraint in the ED for aggressive or agitated behavior
    • Suicidal ideation or attempt
    • Suicide and depression
    • Warning signs of suicide
    • Caring for patients with suicide risk
    • Suicide Assessment Five-Step Evaluation and Triage
    • Keeping the patient safe
    • Acute anxiety states and panic
    • Symptoms of acute anxiety and panic disorder
    • Treatment approaches and nursing interventions
    • Delirium and dementia
    • Delirium
    • Screening for delirium
    • Nursing interventions
    • Dementia
    • Nursing interventions
    • Intoxication and overdose of alcohol
    • Alcohol
    • Legal limits
    • The intoxicating effects of alcohol
    • Nursing care of the patient with alcohol intoxication or alcohol overdose
    • Intoxication and overdose of stimulants or opioids
    • Stimulants
    • Nursing care of the patient with stimulant overdose
    • Opioids
    • Nursing care of the patient with opioid overdose
    • Situations of abuse—older adult, child, intimate partner, or human trafficking
    • Older adult abuse/neglect
    • Child abuse/neglect
    • Intimate partner violence
    • Human trafficking
    • Nursing care for victims of abuse
    • Additional interventions for
    • Iatrogenic emergencies
    • Serotonin syndrome
    • Nursing interventions for the patient with serotonin syndrome
    • Neuroleptic malignant syndrome
    • Medication-induced acute dystonia
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Selected references
  • 12 Environmental emergencies
    • Understanding environmental emergencies
    • Assessment
    • Diagnostic tests
    • Treatments
    • Temperature related
    • Other treatments
    • Suck it up
    • Common disorders
    • Burns
    • It’s electric
    • Scorching brews
    • Not just a matter of degrees anymore
    • For your epidermis only
    • Two thicknesses
    • Tracking burn traits
    • Configure this
    • More than just skin deep
    • Paging severe burns
    • Everything in moderation
    • Minor but still important
    • Meanwhile, back in the lab
    • After stabilization
    • Listen to the lungs
    • Breathing room
    • In and out
    • Administration station
    • Caustic substance ingestion
    • Regular offenders
    • Call the pros
    • Look, listen, and ask
    • Careful preparation
    • Hyperthermia
    • Feeling hot, hot, hot
    • Critical measures
    • In addition to the cooldown
    • Hypothermia
    • Likely candidates
    • Temperature dependent
    • Cardiac concerns
    • Monitoring dependent
    • As time goes by
    • Frostbite
    • Likely candidates
    • Stages of frostbite
    • Animal and human bites
    • Poisoning
    • Emesis nemesis
    • Enter the IV
    • Give the patient some air
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Selected references
  • 13 Mass casualty and disaster
    • Introduction to mass casualty and disaster nursing
    • Types of disasters
    • Natural disasters
    • Man-made disasters
    • Natural vs. man-made disasters
    • Disaster preparedness
    • National Preparedness Goal
    • The National Preparedness System
    • National Response Framework
    • National Incident Management System
    • Incident Command System
    • Hospital Incident Command System
    • Workplace and individual nurse preparation for disaster
    • Workplace preparation
    • Individual nurse preparedness
    • Triage
    • Disaster recovery
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Selected references
  • 14 Shock and multisystem trauma emergencies
    • Understanding shock and multisystem trauma emergencies
    • Shock to the system
    • Here, there, and everywhere
    • Assessment
    • Primary assessment: Use the alphabet
    • Secondary assessment
    • Diagnostic tests
    • Blood studies
    • Less common but important
    • Radiologic and imaging studies
    • Treatments
    • Fluid resuscitation
    • Blood transfusion therapy
    • Refusin’ transfusion
    • Drug therapy
    • Surgery
    • Common disorders
    • Anaphylactic shock
    • All about speed
    • Here it comes again!
    • It’s in the skin
    • Looking at ABG
    • Eyeing the IV
    • Perfusion pointers
    • Cardiogenic shock
    • Stable but brief
    • CO cycle
    • Compensation clues
    • That’s progress for ya
    • No going back
    • And just for good measure
    • Fascinating rhythm
    • I’m going in
    • Hypovolemic shock
    • Shock sequence
    • Capillary cues
    • Watch for blood
    • Neurogenic shock
    • Septic shock
    • Truth about consequences
    • Hyper . . .
    • . . . or hypo
    • Ups and downs
    • Overload alert!
    • Multisystem trauma
    • Out of time
    • Six degrees of contamination
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Selected references
  • Appendices and index
    • Practice makes perfect
    • Glossary
    • Index

    UM RAFBÆKUR Á HEIMKAUP.IS

    Bókahillan þín er þitt svæði og þar eru bækurnar þínar geymdar. Þú kemst í bókahilluna þína hvar og hvenær sem er í tölvu eða snjalltæki. Einfalt og þægilegt!

    Þú kemst í bækurnar hvar sem er
    Þú getur nálgast allar raf(skóla)bækurnar þínar á einu augabragði, hvar og hvenær sem er í bókahillunni þinni. Engin taska, enginn kyndill og ekkert vesen (hvað þá yfirvigt).

    Auðvelt að fletta og leita
    Þú getur flakkað milli síðna og kafla eins og þér hentar best og farið beint í ákveðna kafla úr efnisyfirlitinu. Í leitinni finnur þú orð, kafla eða síður í einum smelli.

    Glósur og yfirstrikanir
    Þú getur auðkennt textabrot með mismunandi litum og skrifað glósur að vild í rafbókina. Þú getur jafnvel séð glósur og yfirstrikanir hjá bekkjarsystkinum og kennara ef þeir leyfa það. Allt á einum stað.

    Hvað viltu sjá? / Þú ræður hvernig síðan lítur út
    Þú lagar síðuna að þínum þörfum. Stækkaðu eða minnkaðu myndir og texta með multi-level zoom til að sjá síðuna eins og þér hentar best í þínu námi.



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    - Auðvelt að afrita og líma efni/texta fyrir t.d. heimaverkefni eða ritgerðir
    - Styður tækni sem hjálpar nemendum með sjón- eða heyrnarskerðingu
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