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06-30-2007, 09:20
Ran across this in another forum


The Reaper
06-30-2007, 10:32
Looks like a great addition to the reference library.

Thanks, G!


06-30-2007, 10:47
Thanks for the post. It looks like a very good companion to the SF Medical Handbook. I especially like the pharmacology section and how it is prioritized.

06-30-2007, 16:09
Thanks so much for posting this---even though I am now a civilian-type and a women's health NP---being in charge of a rural clinic for uninsured folks makes me feel like I am in the skit from Saturday Night Live called "Appalachian ER" sometimes.

Please do not misconstrue that comment as being judgemental or uncaring. I have a lot of love and compassion for my patients---unfortunately many of them (because they don't have insurance and are afraid of getting a bill) will show up at my doorstep when they really are in crisis and need to be seen immediately in the ER but are hesitant to go. Having something like this as a reference is great for me.

And of course, in these times, it's always better to be prepared for any possibility.

Thanks again. Laura

07-01-2007, 06:05
GOT TO LOVE THIS SITE! Thanks for the find.

doc B

07-05-2007, 18:45
Great info. Thanks!

07-06-2007, 17:22
Other Refs here:


Joint Theater Trauma Systems (JTTS)
Clinical Practice Guidlines Naval Operational Medical Lesson Learned Center (NOMLLC)
Abdominal Blunt Trauma CPG
NOMLLC Homepage
Burns CPG and Flowsheets
NOMLLC March Newsletter
Damage Control Resuscitation for Level IIb & III
DVT CPG Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL)
EMT Thoracotomy CPG CALL Homepage
Factor VIIa CPG Deploying Healthcare Provider Handbook
Hypothermia CPG
Pelvic Fracture CPG Humanitarian Medicine
TBI and MACE CPG Military Medicine Humanitarian Assistance Course (MMHAC)
Transfer / Transport CPG
MMHAC Manual
Trauma Airway Management CPG
Urologic Trauma CPG
Ranger Medic Handbook 2007
Vascular Injury CPG
Wound Irrigation CPG