Part I. General Principles: 1. The Accident and Emergency department D. V. Skinner L. Hadfield, M. Deahl and A. Copeman; 2. Airway management M. Parr, J. Nolan and P. Baskett; 3. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation in adults C. Robertson; 4. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation in children R. Bingham; 5. Early management of the multiply injured patient K. I. Maull; 6. Shock I. M. Ledingham; 7. Acid/base balance, fluid and electrolytes J. Harris, S. Harrod and D. Watson; 8. Anaphylaxis G. Bird; 9. Coma C. Grange and D. Watson; 10. Pain control J. Nolan and P. Baskett; 11. Poisoning J. Henry; 12. Wound care J. Heyworth; 13a. Major disasters M. Moles; 13b. Major disasters M. Gavalas and S. Miles; 14. Pre-hospital care: a. The ambulance service M. Ward and M. Willis; b. Cardiac care I M. Eisenberg; c. Cardiac care II R. O. Cummins and J. R. Graves; d. Pre-hospital trauma care P. L. Lane; e. Inter-hospital transport P. L. Lane; 15. Radiology J. G. Murray, J. J. Curtin and G. de Lacey; 16. Death in accident and emergency C. McLauchlan; Part II. Trauma: 17. General concepts of trauma management P. Collicott; 18. Head injuries G. W. Dunwoody and R. Bradford; 19. Faciomaxillary and dental trauma I. Hutchinson; 20. ENT emergencies V. Lund and D. Howard; 21. Ocular trauma and emergencies R. Cooling: 22. Trauma to the spine and spinal cord A. Swain; 23. Chest and cardiac trauma P. Driscoll, C. Gwinnutt and T. R. Graham; 24. Abdominal trauma B. Rowlands; 25. Urological injuries S. Holmes and R. Kirby; 26. Management of open fractures S. S. F. Hughes; 27. Hand A. Sen and I. Anderson; 28. Upper limb and wrist K. Willett; 29. Fractures and dislocations in children M. Bell; 30. Lower limb M. Pearse and M. Jackson; 31. Pelvis M. Bircher; 32. Sports injuries N. Tubbs; 33. Special cases a. Trauma in children B. Enderson and T. Bell; b. Trauma in children P. Nash; c. Trauma in the elderly G. Hughes; d. Rape, sexual assault and female genital injuries P. Nash; 34. Burns and scalds J. Ryan; 35. Radiation and chemical injuries A. Redmond and T. Dains; 36. Electrical injuries J. Wardrope; 37. Near drowning and diving injuries D. Steedman; 38. Hypothermia and cold injury E. Lloyd; 39. Hyperthermia M. T. Ali and J. Coakley; 40. Ballistic injuries R. Peyton; 41. Rehabilitation N. S. T. Gendi and J. Outhwaite; 42. Physiotherapy H. Trundle; 43. Envenomation A. Brown; Part III. Medical Surgical and Obstetric Emergencies: 44. Respiratory emergencies F. Morris and K. Jones; 45. Cardiovascular emergencies a. MI / chest pain/angina/cardiogenic shock R. Vincent and D. Chamberlain; b. Cardiac arrythmias T. A. Millane and A. J. Camm; 46. Vascular emergencies D. Mitchell and R. Wood; 47. Medical and surgical abdominal emergencies R. Campbell and A. Fiennes; 48. Genitourinary medicine C. Carne and N. Bullock; 49. Haematological emergencies H. Doughty and M. Murphy; 50. Acute orthopaedic conditions H. Ware; 51. Inflamed joints and soft tissues C. B. Colaco and A. Wilson; 52. Dermatological emergencies H. Cugnoni and D. W. W. Harris; 53. Neurological emergencies P. Anand and M. K. Sharief; 54. Psychiatric emergencies B. Bruce-Jones and P. White; 55. Deliberate self-harm and substance abuse R. Blacker and B. Charnaud; 56. Endocrine emergencies J. Wass and R. Sheaves; 57. Diabetic emergencies J. Anderson and E. Gale; 58. Obstetric emergencies P. Nash and J. Price; 59. Gynaecological emergencies C. Gilling-Smith, L. Regan and R. Touquet; 60. Paediatric emergencies E. Molyneux; 61. Paediatric NAI and child sex abuse T. Beattie; 62. Care of the elderly in accident and emergency C. Bowman; 63. The febrile patient A. Harries and C. Parry.
Cambridge Textbook of Accident and Emergency Medicine / Edition 1by David V. Skinner, Andrew Swain, Colin Robertson, J. W. Rodney Peyton
Pub. Date: 04/28/1997
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The field of emergency medicine is one of the most rapidly growing areas of the medical profession. The present book is a comprehensive text on this important specialty for resident and attending physicians. In sixty-three chapters, the book aims to cover the field completelyfrom the scene of the accident to specialist referral and from head to toe. The
The field of emergency medicine is one of the most rapidly growing areas of the medical profession. The present book is a comprehensive text on this important specialty for resident and attending physicians. In sixty-three chapters, the book aims to cover the field completelyfrom the scene of the accident to specialist referral and from head to toe. The informative papers are organized into three complementary sections: accident assessment and general principles of emergency medicine; trauma conditions; and surgical and obstetric emergencies. This highly illustrated volume combines the insights of emergency physicians with the detailed knowledge of specialists.
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