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ebooks by Title for Topic « Emergency Medicine »

A clinical support reference that puts over 600 urgent care topics at your fingertips in a proven, rapid-access format.
Comprehensive source of high quality emergency department images available. Diagnostic accuracy and prognostic prediction often rely heavily on visual clues.
This Atlas is intended to assist the busy clinician in diagnosis, work-up and disposition.
This text provides a detailed, step-by-step approach to procedures performed in the Emergency Department.
The book is divided into seven sections: chest, abdomen, upper and lower extremity, cervical spine, head CT and face. Each section includes indications for radiography, radiographic views, anatomy, and principles of interpretation. Each case begins with a description of the patient's clinical presentation and initial radiographic studies.
This textbook was written by and for health care workers who are engaged in the practice of clinical medicine. We selected topics that represent those problems most commonly encountered in the emergency or acute care setting, thereby generating the greatest interest for the broadest readership.
This text facilitates dermatologic diagnosis by providing color photographs of skin lesions and, juxtaposed, a succinct summary outline of skin disorders as well as the skin signs of systemic diseases.
A multi-authored text of close to 2000 pages prepared by using the education and management principles applied at the New York City Poison Center and clinical sites. The goal of this text is to assist in understanding new intellectual approaches with an emphasis on the ever-expanding role of medical and clinical toxicologists at the beginning of the twenty-first century.
Prepare for tough questions on rotations and ace exams.
A resource for clinicians who regularly provide pediatric emergency care as well as for those who only occasionally are called upon to care for a sick or injured child.

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