Current Emergency Diagnosis & Treatment
C. Keith Stone, Roger L. Humphries
Lange Medical Books/McGraw-Hill, 2004 - Medical - 1168 pages
A major revision of this problem-oriented text, covering common problems, trauma, and non-trauma emergencies in a popular, quick-access format. Features clinically focused discussion of diagnosing and managing common emergency problems, extensive algorithms to guide quick management, a comprehensive table of drugs commonly used in the ER, and illustrations, including ultrasound and CT images.
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