Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide, Sixth edition: A Comprehensive Study Guide, Sixth edition (Google eBook)
McGraw Hill Professional, Nov 4, 2003 - Medical - 2016 pages
The essential emergency medicine reference! Covers the gamut of emergency medicine practice in brief, clinically focused chapters. New to this edition are chapters on bioterroism and weapons of mass destruction, pharmacology of antimicrobials, antifungals, and antivirals, principles of drug interactions, endocarditis, and abdominal and pelvic pain in the non-pregnant patient. Pharmacologic considerations, tables of vital differential diagnoses, and observation criteria throughout are new features reflecting developments in this dynamic specialty.
"considered by most in the discipline to be a bible of emergency medicine"
ENDORSED BY THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS
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