Rosen's emergency medicine: concepts and clinical practice, Volume 1

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Mosby, 2002 - Medical - 2766 pages
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ROSEN'S EMERGENCY MEDICINE continues to be the premier source that defines the field of emergency medicine. It describes the science of emergency medicine and its application, focusing on the diagnosis and management of problems encountered in the emergency department. This stellar new team of editors has introduced many new features including a "Cardinal Presentations" section, chapter consistency, and more diagnostic imaging throughout. All existing chapters have been extensively revised, and reference lists have been edited to include more significant, up-to-date references. Hot topics include: child abuse, sexual assault, gang violence, AIDS/HIV, tuberculosis, tick-borne illnesses, high-altitude medicine, radiation injuries, plants, mushrooms and herbal medications, inhaled toxins, SIDS, general approach to pediatric population, acute complications of pregnancy, drug therapy and substance abuse in pregnancy, the developmentally or physically disabled patient, weapons of mass destruction, information technology and emergency medicine, and end of life issues Brand-new 'Cardinal Presentations' section gives you immediate access to common signs and symptoms Enhanced consistency throughout clinical chapters speeds navigation and learning Reference list revised to ensure that every one is essential and up-to-date Spanish version also available, ISBN: 84-8174-637-1

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This edition of Rosen's is less readable than the newer version. Additionally, the images and media aren't as nice/clear as the new edition.
However, there are chapters that are better in this
version. The new version also loses some of the orthopedic grading scales [which you need for your exam] 


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