|Other author/creator||Cameron, Peter, 1958- editor.|
|Other author/creator||Jelinek, George, editor.|
|Other author/creator||Kelly, Anne-Maree, editor.|
|Other author/creator||Brown, Anthony F. T., editor.|
|Other author/creator||Little, Mark (Emergency physician), editor.|
||Section 1: Resuscitation -- Section 2: Critical Care -- Section 3: Trauma -- Section 4: Orthopaedic Emergencies Injuries of the shoulder -- Section 5: Cardiovascular Emergencies Chest pain -- Section 6: Respiratory Emergencies Upper respiratory tract -- Section 7: Digestive Emergencies Dysphagia -- Section 8: Neurology Emergencies Headache -- Section 9: Infectious Disease Emergencies -- Section 10: Genitourinary Emergencies Acute kidney injury -- Section 11: Endocrine Emergencies Diabetes mellitus and hypoglycaemia: an overview -- Section 12: Metabolic Emergencies Acid-base disorders -- Section 13: Haematology Emergencies Anaemia -- Section 14: Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Emergencies Rheumatological emergencies -- Section 15: Dermatology Emergencies Emergency dermatology -- Section 16: Ocular Emergencies Ocular emergencies -- Section 17: Dental Emergencies Dental emergencies -- Section 18: ENT Emergencies -- Section 19: Obstetrics and Gynaecology Emergencies Emergency delivery and complications -- Section 20: Psychiatric Emergencies Mental state assessment -- Section 21: Challenging Situations Death and dying -- Section 22: Pain relief -- Section 23: Emergency Imaging Emergency department ultrasound -- Section 24: Academic Emergency Medicine Research methodology -- Section 25: Emergency Medicine and the Law Mental health and the law: the Australasian and UK perspectives -- Section 26: Emergency and Medical Systems Pre-hospital emergency medicine -- Section 27: Administration -- Section 28: Environmental Emergencies Heat-related illness -- Section 29: Toxicology Emergencies Approach to the poisoned patient -- Section 30: Toxinology Emergencies Snakebite.
||Now fully revised and updated, Textbook of Adult Emergency Medicine provides clear and consistent coverage of this rapidly evolving specialty. Building on the success of previous editions, it covers all the major topics that present to the trainee doctor in the emergency department. It will also prove invaluable to the range of other professionals working in this setting - including nurse specialists and paramedics - who require concise, highly practical guidance, incorporating latest best practice and current guidelines. For the first time this edition now comes with a complete and enhanced electronic version, providing a richer learning experience and making rapid reference easier than ever before, anytime, anywhere. Updates throughout reflect latest practice developments, curricula requirements and essential guidelines Key point boxes highlight topic 'essentials' as well as controversial areas of treatment An expanded list of leading international contributors ensures comprehensive coverage and maximizes worldwide relevance New and enhanced coverage of important and topical areas - including latest imaging in emergency medicine; organ donation; massive transfusion protocols; medico legal issues; patient safety and quality measures All new accompanying electronic version, including procedure videos and self-assessment materials to check your understanding and aid exam preparation.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
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|Issued in other form||Print version: Textbook of adult emergency medicine Fourth edition. Edinburgh : Elsevier Ltd., 2014 9780702053351|
|ISBN||9780702054389 (electronic bk.)|
|ISBN||0702054380 (electronic bk.)|
|Stock number||B49BE76D-3F50-4495-8302-AD746F14BE1C OverDrive, Inc. http://www.overdrive.com|