Fast Facts for Adult Critical Care: 9781889125008: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Amazon.com - kathy white adult critical care

Category

kathy white adult critical care - Products – Kathy White Learning Systems


"Fast Facts for Critical Care" has become the most popular clinical reference for those who care for the critically ill or injured patient. Twelve tabbed chapters, in a 5" x 7" ring-binder, offering the most recent clinical information and professional guidelines on. Feb 24, 2017 · Fast Facts for Adult Critical Care, by Kathleen White (2016 Hardcover Ring-bound Edition) Hardcover. 5.0 out of 5 stars 5. $77.99. Fast Facts for Cardiac Surgery: A Specialty Chapter on the Management of the Critically Ill Cardiac Surgery Patient Loose Leaf. Kathy White 4.2/5(14).

Nov 27, 2018 · Fast Facts for Adult Critical Care, by Kathleen White (2016 Hardcover Ring-bound Edition) on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The most recent edition: 2016.5/5(5). Kathy White Learning Systems. Place order; Products; Contact; Buy $ 52.95; My Account; Open Menu. Products. Fast Facts for Critical Care, 2016. $ 52.95 Intra-Aortic Balloon Pumping, 2013. $ 10.95 Pediatric Emergency Care, 2014 When you need a new/additional binder. $ 9.95 Products Search About us Testimonials Bibliography Our eBooks.

Kathy White is the author of Fast Facts for Critical Care (4.40 avg rating, 15 ratings, 0 reviews, published 2011), Fast Facts for ACLS 2011 (4.00 avg ra 4.3/5(41). Fast Facts for Adult Critical Care by Kathy White. Kathy White Learning Systems, 2010-01-01. Updated. Ring-bound. Used:Good.

Books by Kathy White. Kathy White Average rating 4.32 · 41 ratings · 0 reviews · shelved 90 times Showing 26 distinct works. sort by. Fast Facts for Critical Care by. Kathy White. 4.40 avg rating — 15 ratings Fast Facts for Adult Critical Care by. Kathy White. Why Fast Facts for Critical Care? * Includes the new (2011) guidelines for BLS, ACLS, Stroke Code, Acute Coronary Syndrome, and Myocardial Infarction * Have fast access to the most current information on critical conditions, risk factors, targeted assessment, pathophysiology, and 5/5(1).