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EMS Pocket Drug Guide 2/E

EMS Pocket Drug Guide 2/E

2nd Edition
By Patrick Gomella and Leonard Gomella
ISBN10: 0071788271
ISBN13: 9780071788274
Copyright: 2013

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ISBN10: 0071788271 | ISBN13: 9780071788274



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Medication Key


EMS Field Medications: Prehospital Drug Classification

Commonly Prescribed Medications: Classification

Commonly Prescribed Medications: Generic and Selected Brand Data

Commonly Used Medicinal Herbs

Common Street drugs



About the Author

Patrick Gomella

Patrick Gomella is uniquely qualified to write this title. He graduated Penn State University with a BS in Biology and minor in Movement Science, and also has a Masters in Public Health, and is a nationally-certified Paramedic through Thomas Jefferson Hospital. He is also a certified firefighter and NREMT-B, and in addition to having experience in the field, he is certified as an EMS instructor. He is the son of Leonard Gomella, who authored Clinician's Pocket Drug Reference, and Clinician's Pocket Reference.

Leonard Gomella

Leonard G. Gomella, MD, FACS
The Bernard W. Goodwin, Jr., Professor,
Chairman, Department of Urology
Jefferson Medical College,
Thomas Jefferson University,
1015 Walnut Street, Room 1112
Philadelphia, PA 19107-5083
TEL: (215) 955-1702
e-mail: leonard.gomella@mail.tju.edu