Emergency Medicine

Acute Medicine: A Practical Guide to the Management of Medical Emergencies 5th Edition

by David C. Sprigings (Editor), John B. Chambers (Editor)

Acute Medicine offers an accessible and concise guide to the practical management of all acute medical problems likely to be encountered in the emergency department, ambulatory care centre, acute medical unit or on the wards. Reflecting the maturation of acute medicine as a separate

ABC of Emergency Radiology (ABC Series) 3rd Edition

by Otto Chan (Editor)

ABC of Emergency Radiology Rapid acquisition and interpretation of radiographs, portable ultrasound (US) and computed tomography (CT) are now the mainstay of initial successful management of sick and traumatized patients presenting to Accident and Emergency Departments. The ABC of Emergency Radiology is a

Medical Teaching in Ambulatory Care, Second Edition (Springer Series on Medical Education) 2nd Edition

by Warren Rubenstein (Author),‎ Yves Talbot (Author)

Medical Teaching in Ambulatory Care Completely updated and extensively referenced, the new edition of this practical hands-on resource demonstrates the effective use of any ambulatory setting in medical education. The authors investigate the tools needed from a theoretical framework for teaching, in addition to essential teaching

First Aid for the Emergency Medicine Clerkship (First Aid Series) 2nd Edition

by Latha Stead (Author),‎ S. Matthew Stead (Author),‎ Matthew Kaufman (Author)

First Aid for the Emergency Medicine Clerkship

Case Files Emergency Medicine (LANGE Case Files) 1st Edition

by Eugene Toy (Author),‎ Barry Simon (Author),‎ Terrence Liu (Author),‎ Jorge Trujillo (Author),‎ Kay Takenaka (Author)

Case Files Emergency Medicine  Designed to teach through clinical cases, this text offers 60 of the most common clinical problems in emergency medicine along with case discussion questions, clinical pearls, key terms and concepts, and USMLE-style questions and answers to reinforce learning. This is an excellent study guide for

Oxford Handbook of Emergency Medicine (Oxford Medical Handbooks) 4th Edition

by Jonathan P. Wyatt (Author),‎ Robin N. Illingworth (Author),‎ Colin A. Graham (Author),‎ Kerstin Hogg (Author)

Oxford Handbook of Emergency Medicine Fully revised and updated, the Oxford Handbook of Emergency Medicine is the definitive, best-selling guide for all of the common conditions that present to the emergency department. Whether you work in emergency medicine, or just want to be prepared, this book will be your essential guide.

Atlas of Emergency Radiology: Vascular System, Chest, Abdomen and Pelvis, and Reproductive System 2015th Edition

by Rita Agarwala (Author)

This book presents a vast collection of radiologic images of cases seen in a very busy emergency room. It encompasses common and very unusual pathology and every imaging modality. The book is divided into four parts on pathology of the vascular system, chest, abdomen and pelvis and....

Anesthesia Emergencies 2nd Edition

by Keith J. Ruskin (Editor),‎ Stanley H. Rosenbaum (Editor)

Anesthesia Emergencies contains relevant step-by-step information on how to detect, manage, and treat complications and emergencies during the perioperative period. Concisely written, highlighted sections on immediate management and risk factors reinforce essential points for easy...

Anaphylaxis (Novartis Foundation Symposia) Hardcover – March 5, 2004

by Gregory R. Bock (Editor),‎ Jamie A. Goode (Editor)

Anaphylaxis is an immediate-type allergic reaction involving the whole organism. It is the most life-threatening allergic condition. Although there are few exact epidemiological data regarding prevalence, estimates regarding insect sting anaphylaxis range from 1–3% in the general....

Oxford American Handbook of Disaster Medicine (Oxford American Handbooks of Medicine) 1st Edition

by Robert A. Partridge (Editor),‎ Lawrence Proano (Editor),‎ David Marcozzi (Editor),‎ Alexander G. Garza (Editor),‎ Ira Nemeth (Editor),‎ Kathryn Brinsfield (Editor),‎ Eric S. Weinstein (Editor)

Disasters are difficult to manage for many reasons: the immediacy of the event, magnitude of the event, lack of evidence-based practices, and the limited usefulness of many developed protocols. Consequently, combining academic approaches with realistic and practical recommendations...

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