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Emergency Procedures PREFACE The Emergency Procedures is written by the fourth years medical students of University Malaya .The book has been prepared during our A&E posting .Procedures that are usually done in A&E department has been focused and are written in the simple and easy understanding way .With the advent of the internet, a direct link to the video has been added to help the reader to be more understanding of the procedures. We wish that this book can be a guide for our junior that
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   EmergencyProcedures     PREFACE   The Emergency Procedures is written by the fourth years medical students of University Malaya .The book has been prepared during our A&E posting .Procedures thatare usually done in A&E department has been focused and are written in the simple andeasy understanding way .With the advent of the internet, a direct link to the video has beenadded to help the reader to be more understanding of the procedures. We wish that thisbook can be a guide for our junior that will enter A&E posting later .We wish to thank Dr Rishyaman(Head of department of A&E at UMMC) who hashelped in many ways for guiding the preparation of this book.EditorNOV 2011 TOK ERN LAI    CONTENTS   1.   Oxygen mask   by Tok Ern Lai………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 42.   Draw blood by Leong Ya Shan………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 63.   Taking vital signs by Chiew Ai Wen……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 84.   AED by Mohd Luqman bin Sahar……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 115.   Cervical collar by Yvonne Ling……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 13  Oxygen MaskPurpose Deliver low to moderate levels of oxygen to relieve hypoxia. Indication    Cardiac and respiratory arrest    Hypoxaemia with PaCO2<5.3 kPa    Hypotension (systolic blood pressure <100 mm Hg)    Low cardiac output and metabolic acidosis (bicarbonate<18 mmol/l)    Respiratory distress (respiratory rate >24/min) Types   Types O 2  concentrations(%)O 2 flow rates(L/min) 1.   Nasal prong24-44 1-62.   Simple oxygenmask40-60 103.   Partialrebreathermask50-70 5-154.   Nonrebreathermask80-90 10-155.   Venturi mask24-50 4-10
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