First Aid for the Emergency Medicine Clerkship, Third Edition
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|Format:||Paperback / softback, 528 pages, 3rd Revised Edition|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 May 2011|
The emergency medicine clerkship survival guide in the super-effective First Aid format Written by students who just completed their clerkship First Aid for the Emergency Medicine Clerkship is a comprehensive high-yield review based on the clerkship's core competencies. Written by students who just completed their clerkship and reviewed by faculty to ensure relevance and accuracy, the book covers everything students must know to do well in the ED and ace the emergency medicine shelf exam. New features include mini-cases integrated throughout to give a clinical "face" to disease discussions and 8 pages of full color images. Features NEW! 8 pages of full-color images NEW! Integrated mini-cases highlight common patient presentations and frequently tested scenarios Exam and wards tips in the margins help you shine on test day and impress during rounds A section of "classifieds" include scholarship and award opportunities The content you need to excel on the clerkship: Section I: How to Succeed in the EM Clerkship; Section II: High-Yield Facts; Resuscitation; Diagnostics; Trauma; Neurologic Emergencies; Head and Neck Emergencies; Respiratory Emergencies; Cardiovascular Emergencies; GI Emergencies; Renal and GU Emergencies; Hematologic and Oncologic Emergencies; Gynecologic Emergencies; OB Emergencies; Musculoskeletal Emergencies; Endocrine Emergencies; Dermatologic Emergencies; Procedures; Emergency Toxicology; Environmental Emergencies; Ethics, Medico-legal Issues, and EBM; Section III: Classified
Table of Contents
Section I: How to Succeed in the EM Clerkship; Section II: High-Yield Facts; Chapter 1. Resuscitation; Chapter 2. Diagnostics; Chapter 3. Trauma;Chapter 4. Neurologic Emergencies; Chapter 5. Head and Neck Emergencies; Chapter 6. Respiratory Emergencies; Chapter 7. Cardiovascular Emergencies;Chapter 8. Gastrointestinal Emergencies; Chapter 9. Renal and Genitourinary Emergencies;Chapter 10. Hematologic and Oncologic Emergencies; Chapter 11. Gynecologic Emergencies;Chapter 12. Obstetric Emergencies; Chapter 13. Musculoskeletal Emergencies; Chapter 14. Endocrine Emergencies;Chapter 15. Dermatologic Emergencies; Chapter 16. Procedures;Chapter 17. Emergency Toxicology; Chapter 18. Environmental Emergencies; Chapter 19. Ethics, Medicolegal Issues, and Evidence-Based Medicine; Section III: ClassifiedHigh-Yield Images
About the Author
Author Profiles Latha G. Stead, MD, MS, FACEP is Chief, Division of Clinical Research and Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Florida College of Medicine at Gainesville. She is also Adjunct Professor of Emergency Medicine at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine (Rochester, MN) and serves as Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Emergency Medicine. Matthew S. Kaufman, MD is a board-certified oncologist in Long Island Jewish Medical Center (New York). He completed his fellowship in hematology and his residency in internal medicine at LIJ Medical Center. He is a graduate of SUNY-Downstate College of Medicine. Torrey A. Laack, MD, FACEP is Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Emergency Medicine Clerkship Director at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine (Rochester, MN). Jonathan Fisher, MD, MPH, FACEP is Director of Undergraduate Education in the Department of Emergency Medicine as well as Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School (Boston, MA). Dr. Fisher is President-Elect of the Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine (CDEM). Anunaya Jain, MBBS, MRCP and Minal Jain, MBBS are in the Department of Neurosurgery at The University of Rochester Medical Center.
|Publisher: ||McGraw-Hill Professional|
|Dimensions: ||27.61 x 21.49 x 2.06 centimeters (1.13 kg)|