Doc's ER Guide - How to Survive the ER

Few people get through life without at least one trip to the emergency room (ER), either as a patient or support person. The Doc’s ER Guide is designed to help calm readers’ fears by giving them the lowdown on how an ER operates.
By: DocHandal
July 10, 2011 - PRLog -- The book is written by Kathleen Handal, MD, an emergency physician with over 20 years experience.She is a nationally and internationally known emergency medicine physician who authored “The American Red Cross First Aid & Safety Handbook” and co-authored a series of medical textbooks.
Doc's ER Guide joins Doc's First Aid guide as available in electronic and print versions. This valuable ER booklet advises readers on how to navigate the ER. Included are ten simple steps to follow to get ready for an ER visit, as well as valuable insight into how an ER operates so readers can advocate for the best care possible. Complicated tests and terminology are explained in easy-to-understand terms.

Doctors and nurses are making decisions in a fast-paced, stressful environment. Mistakes can and do happen. So the more people know about what to expect the less likely one of those mistakes will happen to them.  Reading the book is like having Doc Handal at your side when you need her the most.

Have a look at her video-

DocHandal is a frequent host and co-host on talk-radio health shows, she has also appeared on CNN and the Today Show. Her website spreads “medical common sense” to all. She is medical expert for ‘Dr. Oz’s Sharecare’. Her “Medical Emergencies in the Workplace” video won a bronze medal in the International Cindy Competition and was a Telly Award finalist. Her "Trauma Run" video, available in Spanish and English for grades 2-6, teaches children how to respond in a medical emergency.
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