Thursday, May 17, 2007

Emergency Medicine (Vademecum)

The idea when we started was to collect the core Emergency Medicine
information and present it in an abbreviated, succinct manner, useful to housestaff and medical students. As we progressed it became obvious that the very breadth of the specialty prevented any one person from accomplishing this task. It also became obvious that our specialty had advanced past the point where succinctness was possible. We peeled, boiled and pared, and came up with this.
Table of contents
1. Emergency Resuscitation
2. Cardiovascular Disorders
3. Pulmonary Emergencies
4. Neurologic Emergencies
5. GI Emergencies
6. Genitourinary Emergencies
7. OB/GYN Emergencies
8. Orthopedic Emergencies
9. Endocrine and Electrolyte Emergencies
10. Hematologic Emergencies
11. Infectious Disease Emergencies
12. General Management of the Poisoned Patient
13. Selected Environmental Emergencies
14. ENT, Maxillofacial and Dental Emergencies
15. Ophthalmologic Emergencies
16. Trauma
17. Psychiatric Emergencies
18. Special Imaging Studies for the Emergency Department: Angiography MRI V/Q and
19. Computed Tomography: Emergency Department Applications
20. Bedside Ultrasound in Emergency Medicine
21. Disaster Management
22. Special Pediatric Considerations

Book details:
Author:Sean O. Henderson
Publisher:Landes Bioscience
Size: 8,396 MB
Format: pdf


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