Essentials of Diagnosis & Treatment in Emergency Medicine

C. Keith Stone, Roger L. Humphries

Collana: LANGE Essentials
Anno: 2005
Rilegatura: Paperback / softback
Pagine: 544 p.
Testo in English
Dimensioni: 208 x 119 mm
Peso: 536 gr.
  • EAN: 9780071440585
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"Current Essentials of Emergency Medicine" by C. Keith Stone, MD and Roger L. Humphries, MD is a unique, high-compression quick reference for the wards and the clinic! It features in-a-nutshell information on the diagnosis and treatment of 500 diseases, disorders, and symptoms managed by emergency physicians. It covers common conditions, trauma, and nontrauma emergencies and features one disease per page with bulleted key points for easy access. It contains diagnosis, differential, treatment, pearl, and references for each condition. It is great for medical students, residents, nurse practitioners, physician's assistants, and general and family practitioners. It is a unique emergency medicine quick reference! It is a one-of-a-kind guide to emergency medicine at a glance. It features easy-scan, bulleted lists of diagnostics, treatments, and other basics as well as pearl per page - a memorable pearl for each disease. It includes select references - one general review for each disorder. This book covers topics including: Shock; Cardiac Emergencies; Pulmonary Emergencies; Gastrointestinal Emergencies; Neurologic Emergencies; Genitourinary Emergencies; Vascular Emergencies; Hematologic Emergencies; Infectious Disease Emergencies; Metabolic & Endocrine Emergencies; Electrolyte & Acid-Base Emergencies; Rheumatologic Emergencies; Obstetric & Gynecologic Emergencies; Eye Emergencies; ENT Emergencies; Head Trauma; Maxillofacial & Neck Trauma; Chest Trauma; Abdominal Trauma; Genitourinary Trauma; Vertebral & Spinal Injuries; Orthopedic Emergencies; Hand Emergencies; Dermatologic Emergencies; Psychiatric Emergencies; Emergencies Due to Physical & Environmental Agents; Pediatric Emergencies; and Nuclear, Biologic, & Chemical Agents of Terrorism.