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eBook Lange QA EMT-Paramedic (P): Self-Assessment  Review download ISBN: 0071482636
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Medical Publishing
Language: English
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Lange Q&A EMT-Paramedic (P) book. by Richard E. J. Westfal.

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ISBN 13: 9780131128699. Rationales are provided for correct and incorrect answers.

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and Ambulance Technician are terms used in some countries to denote an entry level health care provider of emergency medical services. EMTs are clinicians, trained to respond quickly to emergency situations regarding medical issues, traumatic injuries and accident scenes. Not all ambulance personnel are EMTs however, and the term is sometimes used informally to refer to ambulance personnel in-general.

McGraw Hill Global Edu. Holding. Approximately 500 multiple-choice questions and answers with rationales and references. Answers referenced to major paramedic textbooks. Complete coverage of all new medical, scientific, and practical information required by the rigorous DOT standards of 2000, which are the basis for all state licensing exams.

Fifty illustrations form the basis for certain questions within the book.

Comments: (5)
Roram
In terms of overall review, this text offers an adequate amount of questions, some 796 total, that cover much of the DOT Paramedic curriculum. As a straightforward review, it excels. But as a review text for those interested solely in preparing for the NREMT-P exam, it falls well short of the mark.

Having only read the Mosby paramedic text, and seen several thousand questions from the Mosby test bank, many of the questions in this review closely resemble that from Mosby. As such, they are not accurate representations for the style of question prepared by the NREMT. Of the four options for an answer, in many cases, three of the options are so far in left field that it takes very little thinking to rule them out. The challenge is not up to par for that which will be encountered on the NREMT's exams.

As a end-of-class, pre-NREMT review, this text cannot stand alone. It would be better suited to accompany a paramedic curriculum so that students just learning material can see alternative questions than those posed by their classroom tests.

Accompanying the text is a CD-ROM with the same questions from the book, but in electronic format. I found this to be perhaps the most useful CD-ROM ever bundled with any text I purchased among the hundreds of textbooks I read in college. The CD-ROM allows you to take tests drawn at random from the test bank in an NCLEX style format -- it's an excellent preparation for the NREMT's computer based testing format for which you cannot go back, cannot change your answer, and see a single question at a time. Tests are scored, with your scores stored for progress monitoring. The rationale for the correct answers is listed, as well.

If one could skip purchasing the hard-copy of the book, and instead only get the CD-ROM at a cost less than the high price the bundle sells for, I would be much happier.

My copy of the text suffered from some serious quality-control issues, too. About 20 pages in the middle of the text were bound together. I had to cut them apart with a scissors because the outer edges of the pages had been folded in during binding, and the trimming failed to snip them off cleanly. I wasn't prepared for the Build Your Own Book at Home kit. I cannot fault the authors for this, but McGraw-Hill needs to better attend to the quality of its products.

While this copy of the text provides much more current questions than the older blue cover version, it still has holes that disappoint. While nobody can approach the insane difficulty of the NREMT's questions, the very minimum should be to provide questions that offer much more challenging responses than what's currently available. If your goal is to enhance what you know about paramedicine, then by all means consider this text but keep in mind its shortcomings.

The impressive nature of the CD-ROM is this book's saving grace. Without it, I'd rate it a 3. But based on the CD alone, I give it a 4 star rating.
Djang
this test book is full of type errors, the layout of question/answer is also not very user friendly, the cd uses the same questions as the book, so not really any help there. the difficulty level of questions are not on par w/ the new nremt-p exam. after finishing about 500 or so questions 2/3 of the book, i actualy gave up on it several wks prior to taking the exam and went back to using my old notes and books to review info. i dont think that it helped me pass at all.
great ant
I've only just begun to use this program and already ran into a typo. In the Patient assessment review on the CDROM, it tells you with GCS scoring, withdrawing when assessing motor is a 5. Well, thats wrong. It only makes me wonder what else I will find.

Other than that so far, it very useful.
Chinon
This workbook and interactive CD-ROM was a HUGE help with my state paramedic test. I recommend this book to anyone who is training to become a medic!
Xwnaydan
cant give a review as amazon sent the wrong book with NO paperwork....sent the wrong book back for a refund....had to pay 50 cents for scotch tape to wrap the box that amazon sent at the store where it was sent......my opinion...terrible service