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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
open this folder and view contents2. Prioridades en la valoración rápida de las víctimas
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
close this folder6. La mujer embarazada que sufrió traumatismos
View the documentEn el departamento de urgencias
View the documentEn un incidente con saldo masivo de víctimas
View the documentEmbarazo con complicaciones
View the documentTarea de la enfermera
View the documentReferencias
View the documentLecturas sugeridas
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

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3. Cruikshank DP: Anatomic and physiologic alterations of pregnancy that modify the response to trauma, in Buchsbaum HJ (ed): Trauma in Pregnancy. Philadelphia, WB Saunders Co., 1979, pp. 21-39.

4. Red Cross CPR Module: Respiratory and Circulatory Emergencies. Washington, DC, American Red Cross, 1980.

5. Hochbaum SR: "Diseases of pregnancy", en Rosen P, Baker FJ II, Braen GR, et al (eds): Emergency Medicine: Concepts and Clinical Practice. St Louis, The CV Mosby Co., 1983, vol 2, pp. 1198-1202.

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7. Pritchard JA, MacDonald PC: Williams Obstetrics, ed 16., New York, Appleton Century-Crofts, 1980.

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10. Killien MG, Poole CJ, Jennings B: "Essentials of pro-natal care", in Sonstegard L, Kowalski K, Jennings B (eds): Women's Health, New York, Grane & Stratton Inc, 1983, vol 2, pp. 45-79.

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15. Rosen P, Baker FJ II, Braen GR, et al (eds): Emergency Medicine: Concepts and Clinical Practice, St Louis, The CV Mosby Co., 1983.

16. Crosby WM: "Trauma during pregnancy: Maternal and fetal injury". Obstet Gynecol Surv 1974;29;683-699.

17. Buchsbaum HJ: Trauma in Pregnancy. Philadelphia, WB Saunders Co., 1979.

18. Weber CE: "Post mortem cesarean section: Review of the literature and case reports ". Am J Obstet Gynecol. 1977, 129;479.

19. Fort AT: "Management of the injured gravida". Contemp OB/CYN 1978;3; 41-46.

20. Green JM: "Emergency care of the obstetric patient". Nurs Outlook 1958; 6:694-696.

21. White GJ: Emergency Childbirth: A Manual. Franklin Park, Ill, Police Training Foundation, 1958.

22. Lesser MS, Keane VR: Nurse-Patient Relationships in a Hospital Maternity Service. St Louis, The CV Mosby Co., 1956, p. 100.

23. Jennings B: "Emergency delivery: How to attend to one safely". MCN, May/June 1979, pp. 148-153.

24. Varney H: Nurse-Midwifery. Boston, Blackwell Scientific Publications Inc., 1980, pp. 587-599.

25. Taber BZ: Manual of Gynecologic and Obstetric Emergencies, 2nd Ed. Philadelphia, WB Saunders Co., 1984, p. 219.

26. Butnarescu GF, Tillotson DM: Maternity Nursing: Theory to Practice. New York, John Wiley & Sons Inc., 1983.

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