Book: Левчук Игорь Петрович «First Aid in Case of Accidents and Emergency Situations»

First Aid in Case of Accidents and Emergency Situations

Course book highlights nine principle topics of the module«First Aid» as a part of the subject «Health and Safety, Disaster Medicine» and contains key questions for each part as well as provisional tests for the students’ self-check. This course book can be helpful for the students taught by means of e-educational systems (including distant learning). The course book is designed for the tertiary medical students taught in English as well as for the foreign students attending classes as a part of the Russian-speaking groups. Besides it can be used as complementary reading by the University students, secondary medical schools students and medical-college students learning English.

Издательство: "ГЭОТАР-Медиа" (2017)

ISBN: 978-5-9704-4230-2

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