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100 Cases in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care First Edition

Author : Eamon Shamil
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Emergency Medicine

Author : Christine Tsien Silvers
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Blueprints Clinical Cases in Emergency Medicine, Second Edition offers third- and fourth-year medical students valuable preparation for clerkships and the USMLE Steps 2 and 3. The book features 60 clinical cases, 10 new to this edition and 50 revised and updated from the first edition. Each case consists of a clinical vignette followed by thought questions and discussion, and ends with a question-and-answer review and a listing of suggested additional reading. A question-and-answer section at the end of the book contains 100 USMLE-format multiple-choice questions and detailed answer explanations.

Paediatric Emergency Medicine

Author : Alisa McQueen
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Paediatric Emergency Medicine, Second Edition is part of the Medical Self-Assessment Colour Review Series . Each of the series¿ books covers a specialist area of medicine, with a clinical case scenario and some challenging questions, followed by a page of reasoned answers. An international team of authors and editors have provided over 200 clinical cases covering congenital and acquired conditions affecting all body systems in infants and children, and which present as emergencies. Topics covered include allergy, abuse, burns, fractures and other trauma, feeding problems, foreign bodies, genetic disorders, infections, poisoning, haematology, oncology, and much more. Cases appear in random order, reflecting actual practice in emergency medicine and surgery, and reinforce skills in investigation, diagnosis and treatment. Superbly illustrated with high-quality diagrams and photographs, it is indispensable for all health professionals dealing with emergencies involving children, paediatricians in training and those taking higher postgraduate examinations.

101 Clinical Cases in Emergency Room

Author : M. Badar Zaheer
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101 Clinical Cases in Emergency Room

Author : Badar M Zaheer
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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. Key points 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

Clinical Cases in Emergency Medicine

Author : Geoffrey Couser
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Clinical Cases in Emergency Medicine: A Physiological Approach was compiled from real emergency cases from the Hobart Hospital Accident and Emergency wards. The authors have selected key emergency cases and presented the diagnosis and management of each condition with timelines to demonstrate the pressured element of working in emergency medicine.

Case Studies in Emergency Medicine

Author : Rebecca Jeanmonod
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A case-based book organized by the top 10 common complaints of patients presenting to emergency departments. This approach allows the reader to learn the pathophysiology of the major diseases, and analyze each case in a way that more closely approximates the clinical practice of medicine; not knowing which organ system is damaged or compromised before examining the patient. The cases are based on real patients and the diseases are either common in emergency practice, or are dangerous diagnoses not to be missed. The case descriptions include questions regarding the patient's presentation and basic information about the disease, illustrating key elements from the history, physical, and when necessary ancillary studies that help lead to a diagnosis. Each chapter ends with a flow diagram showing how diseases of different organ systems can present with similar initial complaints. This book is an ideal resource for medical students, residents and trainees in emergency medicine.

Blueprints Clinical Cases in Emergency Medicine

Author : Michael R. Filbin
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Be ready for both the Step 2 and 3 USMLE exams and those demanding questions during your rotations. Written by residents, this series prepares students for even the most complex cases. Symptom based clinical cases provide comprehensive USMLE review. Built-in thought questions help you learn to diagnose using the critical thinking process. Case-based learning presents an efficient manner of cataloguing symptoms, syndromes and diseases. two hundred questions replicate the computer format of the USMLE.

Challenging Concepts in Emergency Medicine

Author : Chris Lacy
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Providing the inside track on how the experts approach and deal with real-world clinical scenarios, Challenging Concepts in Emergency Medicine selects specific challenging cases that are encountered in everyday clinical practice but do not have simple answers. A case-based guide to challenging areas in emergency medicine, this book covers the core and sub-specialty areas, in particular the often grey areas of intensive care and paediatric emergency medicine. Complex cases are comprehensively examined from a multidisciplinary perspective with detailed consideration given to management options and the contemporary evidence base behind these decisions. An effective revision aid for MCEM and FCEM and a reference during workplace-based assessments, Challenging Concepts in Emergency Medicine highlights critical information through the use of boxed features: 'Learning points', 'Clinical tips', 'Evidence base', and 'Future advances'. Each chapter has been reviewed by a national or international expert in the field and they have provided an 'Expert commentary', giving a unique insight into how today's opinion leaders confront and deal with the very same management challenges that all clinicians can potentially face on a daily basis. Containing summaries of current national and international guidelines, this book is ideal for continuing medical education and revalidation as well as for trainees preparing for examinations.

Decision Making in Emergency Medicine

Author : Manda Raz
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The book covers various scenarios when errors, biases and systemic barriers prevail in emergency medicine, discusses their impact, and then offers solutions to mitigate their undesired outcomes. The process of clinical reasoning in emergency medicine is a complex exercise in cognition, judgment and problem-solving that is prone to mistakes. The book presents various cases written by a team of emergency specialists and trainees in an engaging format that is helpful for the practicing and teaching emergency doctor and trainees. The book discusses 60 different types of biases and errors with clinical cases, and knowledge of strategies to mitigate them—a concept known as ‘cognitive debiasing’ that has the potential to reduce diagnostic error, and therefore, morbidity and mortality. It aims to help the readers during assessment of patients in the emergency department. Each chapter includes 4 cases illustrating the bias, error or barrier discussed, followed by a potential solution. This book helps in polishing the thinking and behavior of the readers so to potentially enhance their clinical competence in emergency department.