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The Emergency Medicine Clerkship Primer is an authoritative review designed to assist medical students throughout their emergency medicine clerkship. The manual highlights many aspects of the unique specialty of emergency medicine. This guide provides the reader with a detail-oriented approach to thinking like an emergency physician.
This comprehensive text is an important clinical resource that covers everything from prehospital care, disaster preparedness, and basic and advanced resuscitative techniques, to all the significant medical, traumatic, and environmental conditions requiring emergency treatment in adults, children and neonates.
Basic Radiology is the easiest way to learn the essentials of diagnostic test selection, application, and interpretation. This trusted guide teaches you how to select and request the most appropriate imaging modality for a patient's presenting symptoms and familiarize yourself with the most common diseases that current radiologic imaging can evaluate.
The Atlas of Emergency Medicine remains the best guide to visual diagnosis of acute medical problems encountered in emergency practice. Packed with more than 1500 images, 500 new to this edition, it is the most comprehensive source of high quality emergency medicine images available, and enhanced with clear clinical information on medical emergencies.
Essential for anyone practicing in an emergency department or acute care setting, this new edition of CURRENT Diagnosis & Treatment Emergency Medicine strikes the perfect balance between brevity and clinical necessity. It delivers exactly the amount of information needed for quick diagnosis, effective treatment, and improved outcomes - no more, no less.
The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics authoritatively describes the actions and uses of therapeutic agents in relation to physiology and pathophysiology. The balance of basic science and clinical application has guided thousands of practitioners to a clear understanding of the drugs essential to preventing, diagnosing, and treating disease.
Comprehensive yet compact, practical, and enduring, Improvised Medicine: Providing Care in Extreme Environments is the one book to toss into your bag when going to practice medicine in global, disaster, or other resource-poor settings. Full of practical clinical pearls and field-tested strategies, this indispensable guide demonstrates how to devise effective treatment solutions when the traditional tools are unavailable or when providing care outside your primary area of expertise.
Containing the most essential information on over 600 clinical problems, this succinct text provides a definitive guide to diagnosis and treatment in the emergency room. It synthesizes diagnostic and treatment information as it pertains to emergency medicine, making it the perfect handbook for students and residents working in the trenches.