Revised for its second edition to include the latest national and international guidelines, the Oxford Handbook of Expedition and Wilderness Medicine is the essential resource for the clinician planning to support travellers in an expedition or wilderness environment. Now containing more guidance about the obligations of a clinician joining an expedition, and the ethical approach to such work, the second edition of the Oxford Handbook ofExpedition and Wilderness Medicine also provides an increased emphasis on medicine in various extreme environments. It enables efficient preparation and planning before the journey, advises on camplogistics, risk management, and medical problems during the trip, as well as highlighting rare but important risks to those visiting remote areas. This handbook is a practical, easy-to-use guide to all aspects of expedition and wilderness medicine.Serious medical problems such as seizures, ischaemic heart disease, and strokes may cause a person to collapse ... (2003). Recommended guidelines for uniform reporting of data from drowning: the a#39;Utstein stylea#39;. Resuscitation, 59, 45a 57.
|Title||:||Oxford Handbook of Expedition and Wilderness Medicine|
|Author||:||Chris Johnson, Sarah R. Anderson, Shane Winser, Jon Dallimore, David A. Warrell, Chris Imray, James Moore|