Book: I. P. Levchuk, M. V. Kostyuchenko, A. P. Nazarov «First Aid in Case of Accidents and Emergency Situations: Course book»

First Aid in Case of Accidents and Emergency Situations: Course book

Производитель: "ГЭОТАР-Медиа"

Course book highlights nine principle topics of the module&171;First Aid&187; as a part of the subject&171;Health and Safety, Disaster Medicine&187; 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. ISBN:978-5-9704-4230-2

Издательство: "ГЭОТАР-Медиа" (2017)

Формат: 60x90/16, 120 стр.

ISBN: 978-5-9704-4230-2

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