This book is a quick reference guide to emergency medicine for clinicians and trainees. Presented as clinical case studies, it is divided over 21 chapters, each covering scenarios in different body systems. Cases are presented in an easy to read format, helping trainees form a diagnosis and quick treatment plan. The final section covers disaster management.
Each case highlights clinical pearls and pitfalls, emphasising the importance of a mis-diagnosis and its legal implications.
Written by a recognised specialist from Chicago Medical School, the practical manual includes nearly 250 photographs, diagrams, tables and charts to enhance learning, as well as further reading suggestions.
Quick reference guide presenting 101 clinical case studies for emergency medicine clinicians and trainees
Covers emergencies in all body systems
Includes chapter on disaster management
Authored by expert from Chicago Medical School
Badar M Zaheer MD Clinical Assistant Professor, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Chicago Medical School, USA
Head and Neck Chest Abdomen Pelvic and Urogenital Musculoskeletal Neurology Endocrine Psychiatric Emergencies Environmental Injuries, Toxicology and Animal Bites Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Pediatrics Obstetrics and Gynecology Ear, Nose and Throat Emergencies Hematology/Oncology Trauma in Extremes of Age Infectious Diseases Renal Emergencies Medical Errors Water and Electrolyte Imbalance Ocular Emergencies Disaster Management