ATLS Advanced Trauma Life Support 10th Edition, ISBN-13: 978-0996826235
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Publisher: ACS American College of Surgeons (2018)
Must Have for ATLS
This 10th edition represents the latest in evidence based care for the injured. The course materials were thoroughly vetted by a group of international experts and the content was vigorously debated for both its scientific merit and practical application. The result is a vibrant offering for health care providers across the world who seek an easily remembered framework to care for patients with complex injuries.
The Advanced Trauma Life Support® (ATLS®) program can teach you a systematic, concise approach to the care of a trauma patient. ATLS was developed by the American College of Surgeons (ACS) Committee on Trauma (COT) and was first introduced in the US and abroad in 1980. Its courses provide you with a safe and reliable method for immediate management of injured patients. The course teaches you how to assess a patient’s condition, resuscitate and stabilize him or her, and determine if his or her needs exceed a facility’s capacity. It also covers how to arrange for a patient’s inter-hospital transfer and assure that optimum care is provided throughout the process. If you don’t treat trauma patients frequently, an ATLS course provides an easy method to remember for evaluation and treatment of a trauma victim.
“Lots of material. Numerous references at the end of chapters for additional study. Bright readable text with pleasing layout.
I’m a registered nurse who wishes to pass the ATLS exam and get the certification, its needed for a position I want to apply to next year. I’m finding that ATLS courses usually have long waiting lists to attend especially if the course is at another institution than your own. The manuals are usually not sent out until a few weeks before the course. I wanted to have longer to prepare.”
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