Sunday, December 23, 2007

The Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine, Third Edition

The Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine, Third Edition

Book Description
This comprehensive reference offers quick access to clinically relevant material. Formatted for ease-of-use on the job, each chapter covers clinical presentation, diagnosis, evaluation, management and disposition. This second edition includes two new sections: Essentials of Administrative and Clinical Issues in the Emergency Department examines adult and pediatric triage, aeromedical services, medicolegal issues, advanced directives, and COBRA statutes and duty to treat. Other issues addressed in this section include geriatric considerations, monitoring the critically ill, death of a child, pain management, conscious sedation and sociocultural violence. Essentials of Diagnostic Adjuncts provides newly expanded coverage of imaging techniques and laboratory contrast imaging, CT, MRI, nuclear scans and ultrasound.

Book Info
Univ. of Florida, Jacksonville. A comprehensive reference for clinicians collecting clinically relevant material on the practice of emergency medicine. Includes coverage of the new issues and changes emerging in this area, as well as patient diagnosis, disease processes, patient disposition, indications for admission, clinical pitfalls, and other important issues. DNLM: Emergencies.



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