Emergency Medicine: The Core Curriculum
Lippincott-Raven, 1998 - Medical - 1490 pages
Based on the American College of Emergency Physicians' revised Core Content for Emergency Medicine, this monograph follows the scope and structure of this curriculum and provides a thorough and systematic review of emergency medicine. It aims to serve as a reference for senior medical students, residents and practising physicians who need to quickly access information about a clinical entity. The book should also be of interest to residents preparing for the American Board of Emergency Medicine certification exam.
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