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close this bookEnfermería en Desastres - Planificatión, Evaluación e Intervención (1985; 419 paginas)
View the documentColaboradores
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View the documentPrefacio
open this folder and view contents1. Antecedentes y perspectiva histórica
close this folder2. Prioridades en la valoración rápida de las víctimas
View the documentEl reto de la atención de enfermería en desastres
View the documentValoración inmediata de la víctima
View the documentSegunda valoración
View the documentRecolección y registro de datos
View the documentValoración continua
View the documentErrores y precauciones
View the documentReferencias
View the documentApéndice 2-A: Revisión inicial: Exploración de funciones vitales en 90 segundos(vías respiratorias ritmo respiratorio circulación)
View the documentApéndice 2-B: La valoración secundaria: Revisión de pies a cabeza en un lapso de 3 a 5 min
open this folder and view contents3. Atención y selección en la escena del desastre
open this folder and view contents4. Toma de decisiones en una instalación en donde se atienden casos agudos
open this folder and view contents5. El paciente con traumatismos en el escenario del desastre
open this folder and view contents6. La mujer embarazada que sufrió traumatismos
open this folder and view contents7. Asistencia a las víctimas de radiación
open this folder and view contents8. Aspectos psicológicos de las situaciones de desastres
open this folder and view contents9. Establecimiento y manejo de un albergue*
open this folder and view contents10. Enfermería comunitaria durante un desastre
open this folder and view contents11. Diseño y desarrollo de programas de enseñanza para casos de desastre
open this folder and view contents12: Planificación de simulacros, de situaciones con saldo masivo de víctimas
open this folder and view contents13. Planificación contra desastres: Valoración y empleo de recursos comunitarios
open this folder and view contents14. Planificación para casos de desastres y otros aspectos administrativos en situaciones masivas extremas
open this folder and view contents15. Implicaciones legales de la práctica asistencial en un desastre de grandes proporciones
View the documentApéndice A: Manejo de materiales peligrosos en un desastre
 

Referencias

1. McSwain N: "To manage multiple injury: Establish priorities". Emerg Med, November 30, 1982, pp. 223-243.

2. Perdue P: "Urgent priorities in severa trauma: Life-threatening respiratory injuries". RN, April 1981, pp. 26-33.

3. Wells-Mackie JJ: "Clinical assessment and priority-setting". Nurs Clin North Am 1981; 16:3-12.

4. Cardona VD: "Trauma post-op: The real nursing challenge". RN, March 1982, pp. 22-29.

5. Sigmon HD: Trauma: "This patient needs your expert help". Nurs 83, January 1983, pp. 33-41.

6. Orr SM, Robinson WA, Campbell PM, y col.: "The Hyatt disaster: Two physicians' perspectivas, two nurses' perspectives". JEN, January/February 1982, pp. 6-16.

7. Levison M, Trunkey DD: "Initial assessment and resuscitation. Surg Clin North Am 1982; 62:9-16.

8. "A primer on trauma care: What primary care physicians should do and how to do it." Emerg Med, November 15, 1980, pp. 25-140.

9. Warner CG (ed): Emergency Care: Assessment and Intervention, ed 3, St Louis, The CV Mosby Co., 1983.

10. Bucknall TE: "Assist: a nursing scheme for the management of the severely injured patient". Nurs Times 1979; 75:1902-1903.

11. Urosevich PR (ed): Dealing with Emergencies. Horsham, Pa, Intermed Communications Inc., 1981, pp. 8-42.

12. Hoyt KS: "Chest trauma: When the patient looks bad, act fast; when he looks good, act fast". Nurs 83, May 1983, pp. 34-41.

13. Clutter P: "Assessment of abdominal trauma". JEN March/Abril 1981, pp. 47-49.

14. Sumner SM, Grau PE: "Emergency: First aid for choking". Nurs 82, July 1982. pp. 40-49.

15. "Guidelines for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and emergency cardiac care (ECC)". JAMA 1980; 244:453-509

16. Hall JP, Jackson VD: "Adult respiratory medical emergencies". Nurs Clin North Am. 1981; 16:75-84.

17. Perdue P: "Stab and crush wounds to the heart". RN, May 1981, pp. 63-65, 124, 126.

18. Koeckeritz JL: "The fine art of giving a physical: Organizing your plan of action". RN, November 1981, pp. 46-51.

19. King C: "Refining your assessment techniques". RN, February 1982, pp. 43-47.

20. Sana JM, Jugge RD (eds): Physical Assessment Skills for Nursing Practice, ed 2, Boston, Little Brown & Co, 1982, pp. 11-25.

21. Lanros NE: Assessment and Intervention in Emergency Nursing, ed 2. Bowie, Md, Robert J. Brady, 1983, pp. 59-67.

22. Mastrian KG: "Of course you can manage head trauma patients", RN, August 1981, pp. 44-51.

23. Perdue P: "Life-threatening head and spinal injuries", RN, June 1981, pp. 36-41, 102.

24. Miller M: "Emergency management of the unconscious patient", Nurs Clin North Am, 1981; 16:59-73.

25. Buchanan LE: "Emergency: First aid for spinal injuries", Nurs 82, August 1982, pp. 68-75.

26. Bailey M: "Emergency: First aid for fractures", Nurs 82, November 1982, pp. 78-81.

27. Estrada EG: "Triage systems", Nurs Clin North Am, 1981; 16:13-24.

28. Committee on Trauma, American College of Surgeons. "Early cure of the injured patient", ed 2, Philadelphia, WB Saunders Co., 1976.

29. Turner SR: "Gulden rules for accurate triage", JEN, July/August 1981, pp. 153-15S.

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