The Second Edition of Blueprints Emergency Medicine covers the essentials of emergency medicine that students need to know during their rotation and while preparing for the USMLE. The thoroughly updated and reorganized Second Edition features coverage of the most common conditions encountered on the wards. Completely reorganized to cover the most common acute conditions first, followed by a systems-based approach to emergency medicine Expanded coverage of trauma, bioterrorism, and pediatric emergencies Greatly increased number of figures, tables, and algorithms 75 board-format QaAs with answer explanations Now includes evidence-based references Totally revised, thoroughly updated, and trusted by students, the Blueprints series keeps getting better.Figure 22-3 ac Salter (and Harris) classification of epiphyseal fractures. Musculoskeletal injuries are commonly treated in the ED and comprise a diverse group of conditions that range from the minor aquot;weekend warrioraquot; injuries, which can be treated as an outpatient ... Table 22-1 is a list of common fractures with their eponyms.
|Title||:||Blueprints Emergency Medicine|
|Author||:||Jessica Radin Peters, Daniel Egan (MD.)|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2006|