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As you are looking for The IOC Manual of Emergency Sports Medicine Book, so here I want to inform you that you can purchase this book online.

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Here I am providing details of The IOC Manual of Emergency Sports Medicine Book:

Editor(s): David McDonagh, David Zideman

Published Online: 7 APR 2015 12:54PM EST

Print ISBN: 9781118913680

Online ISBN: 9781118914717

DOI: 10.1002/9781118914717

Price
Kindle Edition
Rs. 4,006.00

Paperback
Rs, 4,842.52

Table of Contents
List of contributors, xiii
Foreword, xvii
Preface, xix

About the Authors, xxi
1 Emergency Care at the Olympic Games 1
Richard Budgett
Introduction 1
Early Preparations 1
Final Preparations 2
Team and IF Doctors 4
Summary 4

2 Injury and Illness During the 2008 Summer and the 2010 Winter Olympic Games 6
Kathrin Steffen, Torbjørn Soligard and Lars Engebretsen
Vancouver Winter Games 2010 7
Beijing Summer Olympic Games 9
Bibliography 10

3 The Medical Team Response 12
David McDonagh and David Zideman
ABC on the Field of Play 14
Primary Survey 20
Primary Survey 22
Primary Survey 24
Transferring the Athlete from the FOP to the
Fieldside 27
Fieldside Assessment 27
Pupils – Pathological Findings 28
Blood Sugar 28
Blood Pressure 29
Athlete Medical Room Treatment 30
Transportation to Hospital 31
Discharge 31
Teamwork 31
Bibliography 32

4 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation on the Field of Play 33
Ruth Löllgen, Herbert Löllgen, and David Zideman
Sudden Cardiac Arrest on the Field of Play 34
Recognition of Cardiac Arrest 34
Field of Play Airway 36
Foreign Body Airway Obstruction (FBAO or Choking) 37
Field of Play Breathing 38
Recovery Position 38
Field of Play Circulation 38
FoP: Combining Compressions and Ventilations 39
Expired Air Ventilation 39
Bag-Valve-Mask Ventilation (Two Rescuer Technique) 39
FoP Removal 40
Rhythm Analysis 40
Shockable Rhythms 41
Nonshockable Rhythms 42
Reversible Causes (The 4H’s and 4T’s) 42
Advanced Life Support 42
Advanced Airway 44
Simple Airway Adjuncts 44
Inserting an Oropharyngeal Airway (OPA) 44
Inserting a Nasopharyngeal Airway (NPA) 44
Advanced Airway Adjunct 45
Venous Access 45
Intraosseous Access 45
Drugs 45
Implantable Cardiac Defibrillators (ICDs) 46
Postresuscitation 46
Bibliography 46

5 Cardiac Emergencies on the Field of Play 47
Ruth Löllgen, Herbert Löllgen and David Zideman
Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD) 47
FoP Management Non-traumatic Sudden
Collapse 48
Clinical Findings/Management ACS (Fig 5.1) 50
Clinical Findings/Management AA or AD 52
FoP Management of Myocarditis 52
Clinical Findings/Management Hypertensive Crisis 53
Clinical Findings/Management Bradycardia 54
Clinical Findings/Management Tachycardia 57
Bibliography 57

6 Control of Hemorrhage and Infusion Management 58
Kenneth Wing Cheung Wu and Hiu Fai Ho
Introduction 58
FoP Management 59
External Bleeding Wounds 59
New Trends in Hemorrhage Control 60
Internal Bleeding 60
Infusion Management 61
Conclusion 62
Bibliography 62

7 Anaphylaxis 63
Andy Smith and Jerry Nolan
Introduction 63
Signs and Symptoms 64
Management of Anaphylaxis 64
Bibliography 67
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