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Map Navigation

Each chapter in this guide, with the exception of the pharmacology section, includes an interactive map that provides a visual representation of the clinical approach to the situation. You can click on cells and icons in the map to navigate to sub-maps, access task descriptions or link to the clinical approach map in other situations.

Interactive maps appear at the top of all pages with exception of the Pharmacy section.

When viewing a map, you will see several icons and colours that perform specific functions:

Blue cells open sub-maps within the same approach map.

Blue cells with a link-out icon jump to an approach map for a situation other than the one you are currently viewing.

Some maps contain sub sections. You can identify whether you are looking at a sub-section by the map key on the upper right. The map key indicates where you are in the overall clinical approach to the situation by a red line. You can return to an overview of the approach by selecting the map key.

This icon indicates that a secondary task is associated with the cell and is revealed when the shape is selected.

This icon displays a video related to the section of the map you are currently viewing.

This icon changes the text content below the map to the rationale for the task or consideration. When highlighted with an orange line, it indicates which task you are viewing in the current map.


When printing a page with an approach map, the approach map graphic may not appear in the printed document by default. In order to include the approach map graphic in your printed document you need to include background graphics in your print settings.

The background printing setting as found on Google Chrome. All browser support printing of background graphics but the setting may be in a different location than shown in this image.

To save the description/rationale of a task, choose, Save to PDF in your print dialog settings.


At the top of each page the "Cite this Page" menu item provides the citation for the page you are looking at where appropriate.