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Scott R. Snyder, BS, NREMT-P

Scott R. Snyder, BS, NREMT-P, is a faculty member at the Public Safety Training Center in the Emergency Care Program at Santa Rosa Junior College, CA. He is also a paramedic with AMR: Sonoma Life Support in Santa Rosa, CA. E-mail scottrsnyder@me.com.

 

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Objectives Discuss the epidemiology of cirrhosis Explain the signs and symptoms of cirrhosis Discuss complications of cirrhosis Discuss the prehospital management of the patient with…
This CE activity is approved by EMS World Magazine, an organization accredited by the Continuing Education Coordinating Board for Emergency Medical Services (CECBEMS) for 1 CEU. To take the CE test…
This CE activity is approved by EMS World Magazine, an organization accredited by the Continuing Education Coordinating Board for Emergency Medical Services (CECBEMS) for 1 CEU. To take the CE test…
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Objectives List causes of both systolic heart failure and diastolic heart failure. Describe the pathophysiology of left heart failure and right heart failure. Identify the signs and symptoms of…
Objectives Identify several preconceived assumptions about trauma patient care and interventions Identify the clinical evidence refuting the avoidance of nasopharyngeal airways in trauma care…
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