The Gist of Emergency Medicine
by Michael Hebb
Number of pages: 188
The Gist of Emergency Medicine was written for oral board candidates, practicing physicians, residents, interns and medical students. It is meant to compliment standard texts and oral board courses. It is also designed to refresh and reinforce the "trouble-shooting neuronal synapses" of the emergency room physician and as a brief reference in the ER.
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Contents: Critical care; Presentations; Trauma; Cardiac; Dermatologic; Endocrine; Gastrointestinal; Genitourinary; Hematology; Infectious disease; Inflammatory; Neurology; Psychiatric; Pulmonary; Vascular; Environment; Toxicology; Pediatrics; etc.
by Milica Prostran (ed.) - InTech
This book will capture the attention of many readers, from medical students to practicing doctors. All of them need to deal with this important field of medicine: pain treatment. The answers they may find here will make their practice easier.
by Zena Moore (ed.) - MDPI AG
By devoting a special issue to wound care, we provide readers with a comprehensive reference source, outlining key areas of interest in this important aspect of clinical practice. We include both original qualitative and quantitative research papers.
- National Collaborating Centre for Acute Care
This guideline covers best practice advice on the care of adults, children (aged 1 - 15 years) and infants (under one year) who present with a suspected or confirmed traumatic head injury with or without other major trauma.