Emergency Dentistry Handbook
Providing Dental Care In Disaster Areas, Combat Zones, and Other Austere Environments
by Met Clark, EMT-P
NEW! Armed conflict, disaster relief, missionary work, backcountry travel, humanitarian aid—these all are situations where you may come into contact with someone experiencing dental pain under adverse conditions. Emergency Dentistry Handbook is a field guide to providing dental care in such challenging environments, where resources and trained personnel are scarce and you need to save a tooth, manage pain, and prevent the spread of infection.
Paramedic Met Clark, who has devoted his professional career to the special challenges of providing medical care in remote and austere environments, shows you how to:
The guidelines in this book are intended to provide emergency dental care in "forward" areas and help bridge the gap until definitive care can be given by a trained dental professional.
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