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Apply the expertise of today's leading Emergency Medicine authorities! The completely revised 6th Edition of ROSEN'S EMERGENCY MEDICINE continues to serve as the definitive EM resource. Now with a new full-color page layout—and many full-color illustrations—it encompasses all of today's scientific and clinical knowledge, with a focus on the diagnosis and management of the problems most frequently encountered in the Emergency Department. Comprehensive in scope—and featuring a templated, user-friendly organization—it remains the emergency medicine reference.

• Presents a comprehensive treatment of Emergency Medicine through more than 200 chapters in six sections: Fundamental Clinical Concepts, Trauma, Medicine and Surgery, Environment and Toxicology, Special Populations, Emergency Medical Services, and The Practice of Emergency Medicine.
• Offers the practice-proven expertise of more than 300 authorities who deliver cutting-edge guidance on every aspect of the field.

• Presents a stunning full-color art program to facilitate quick diagnosis, especially in cases related to dermatology and ophthalmology.
• Offers comprehensive and authoritative coverage of today's hottest topics.
• Features a new full-color page layout, color-coded pages, Pitfalls, At-A-Glance sections, and additional pathways for more rapid reference.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780323028455
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 12/22/2005
  • Edition description: 3-Volume Set
  • Edition number: 6
  • Pages: 3600
  • Product dimensions: 8.70 (w) x 11.10 (h) x 5.20 (d)

Table of Contents

PART ONE: FUNDAMENTAL CLINICAL CONCEPTS

I: Critical Management Principles
1. Airway-Ron M. Walls
2. Mechanical Ventilation and Noninvasive Ventilatory Support-Charles V. Pollack, Jr.
3. Monitoring the Emergency Patient-Michael F. Murphy and Timothy A. D. Graham
4. Shock-Alan E. Jones and Jeffrey A. Kline
5. Blood and Blood Components-Gwendolyn L. Hoffman
6. Brain Resuscitation-Robert Silbergleit and Norman S. Abramson
7. Adult Resuscitation-Robert W. Neumar and Kevin R. Ward
8. Pediatric Resuscitation-Brian P. Gilligan and Robert C. Luten
9. Neonatal Resuscitation-Eileen Klein and Linda Quan

II: Cardinal Presentations
10. Clinical Decision Making-Dane M. Chapman, Douglas M. Char, and Chandra D. Aubin
11. Fever in the Adult Patient-Frederick C. Blum
12. Weakness-Robert C. Reiser
13. Dizziness and Vertigo-Jonathan Olshaker
14. Confusion-J. Stephen Huff and William J. Brady
15. Coma and Depressed Level of Consciousness-Richard E. Wolfe and David F. M. Brown
16. Seizures-Frederick C. Blum
17. Headache-Gregory L. Henry and Christopher S. Russi
18. Dyspnea-Sabina Braithwaite and Debra Perina
19. Chest Pain-James E. Brown and Glenn C. Hamilton
20. Syncope-Robert A. DeLorenzo
21. Nausea and Vomiting-Leslie Zun and Amardeep Singh
22. Abdominal Pain-Kelly E. King and John M. Wightman
23. Gastrointestinal Bleeding-Philip L. Henneman
24. Diarrhea-John E. Gough and Phillip A. Clement
25. Constipation-Natalie Cullen
26. Jaundice-Katherine L. Heilpern and Tammie E. Quest
27. Acute Pelvic Pain-Robert Dart
28. Vaginal Bleeding-John C. Bradford and Christ G. Kyriakedes
29. Back Pain-Kevin G. Rodgers and James B. Jones
30. Cyanosis-Jennifer Bocock and Joan Kolodzik
31. Sore Throat-Jonathan I. Singer and Mark E. Gebhart
32. Hemoptysis-Brian Springer and Timothy G. Janz
33. Red and Painful Eye-John M. Wightman and Glenn C. Hamilton

PART TWO: TRAUMA

I: General Concepts
34. Multiple Trauma-Susan L. Gin-Shaw and Robert C. Jorden
35. Trauma in Pregnancy-John D. G. Neufeld
36. Pediatric Trauma-Richard M. Cantor
37. Geriatric Trauma-Diane M. Birnbaumer

II: System Injuries
38. Head-William G. Heegaard and Michelle Biros
39. Facial Trauma-Mary Pat McKay
40. Spinal Injuries-Robert S. Hockberger, Amy H. Kaji, and Edward Newton
41. Neck-Kim Newton
42. Thoracic Trauma-Marc Eckstein and Sean Henderson
43. Abdominal Trauma-John A. Marx and Jennifer Isenhour
44. Genitourinary System-Robert E. Schneider
45. Peripheral Vascular Injury-Edward Newton

III: Orthopedic Lesions
46. General Principles of Orthopedic Injuries-Joel M. Geiderman
47. Hand-Robert E. Antosia and Everett Lyn
48. Wrist and Forearm-Karen G. H. Woolfrey and Mary A. Eisenhauer
49. Humerus and Elbow-Joel M. Geiderman
50. Shoulder-Mohamud Daya
51. Musculoskeletal Back Pain-Michelle Lin
52. Pelvis-A. Adam Cwinn
53. Femur and Hip-Michael A. Gibbs, Edward Newton, and James F. Fiechtl
54. Knee and Lower Leg-Everett Lyn, Daniel Pallin, and Robert E. Antosia
55. Ankle and Foot-Kendall Ho and Riyad B. Abu-Laban

IV: Soft-Tissue Injuries
56. Wound Management Principles-Barry Simon and H. Gene Hern, Jr.
57. Foreign Bodies-Stephen H. Thomas and David F.M. Brown
58. Mammalian Bites-Ellen J. Weber
59. Venomous Animal Injuries-Edward J. Otten
60. Thermal Burns-Richard F. Edlich, Marcus L. Martin and William B. Long
61. Chemical Injuries-Richard F. Edlich, Marcus L. Martin, and William B. Long

V: Violence and Abuse
62. Injury Prevention and Control-Stephen W. Hargarten and Jeffrey W. Runge
63. Forensic Emergency Medicine-William S. Smock
64. Child Maltreatment-Carol D. Berkowitz
65. Sexual Assault-Laura Slaughter
66. Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse-Patricia Salber
67. Elder Abuse and Neglect-Deirdre Anglin and Diana C. Schneider
68. Youth, Gangs, and Violence-H. Range Hutson

PART THREE: MEDICINE AND SURGERY

I: Head and Neck Disorders
69. Oral Medicine-James T. Amsterdam
70. Ophthalmology-Douglas D. Brunette
71. Otolaryngology-James A. Pfaff and Gregory P. Moore

II: Pulmonary System
72. Asthma-Richard M. Nowak and Glenn Tokarski
73. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease-Stuart P. Swadron and Diku P. Mandavia
74. Upper Respiratory Tract Infections-Frantz R. Melio
75. Pneumonia-Gregory J. Moran and David A. Talan
76. Pleural Disease-Joshua M. Kosowsky

III: Cardiac System
77. Acute Coronary Syndromes-Bill Brady and Tom Aufderheide
78. Dysrhythmias-Donald M. Yealy and Theodore R. Delbridge
79. Implantable Cardiac Devices-James T. Niemann
80. Heart Failure-John F. O’Brien and Jay L. Falk
81. Pericardial and Myocardial Disease-Nicholas J. Jouriles
82. Infective Endocarditis and Valvular Heart Disease-Susan M. Dunmire

IV: Vascular System
83. Hypertension-Richard O. Gray
84. Aortic Dissection-Felix Ankel
85. Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm-Howard A. Bessen
86. Peripheral Arteriovascular Disease-Tom P. Aufderheide
87. Pulmonary Embolism and Deep Venous Thrombosis-Jeffrey A. Kline and Michael S. Runyon

V: Gastrointestinal System
88. Esophagus, Stomach and Duodenum-Mark J. Lowell
89. Liver and Biliary Tract-David A. Guss
90. Pancreas-Sally A. Santen and Robin R. Hemphill
91. Disorders of the Small Intestine-Susan P. Torrey and Phillip L. Henneman
92. Acute Appendicitis-Jeanette M. Wolfe and Philip L. Henneman
93. Acute Gastroenteritis-Robert A. Bitterman and David K. Zich
94. Large Intestine-Michael A. Peterson
95. Anorectum-Wendy C. Coates

VI: Genitourinary System
96. Renal Failure-Allan B. Wolfson
97. Sexually Transmitted Diseases-Diane Birmbaumer and Christine Andregg
98. Selected Urologic Problems-John Kahler and Ann. L. Harwood-Nuss

VII: Neurology
99. Stroke-Rashmi U. Kothari, Todd J. Crocco, and William G. Barsan
100. Seizures-Charles V. Pollack, Jr.
101. Headache-Thomas Kwiatkowski and Kumar Alagappan
102. Delirium and Demetia-Jeffrey Smith and Jennifer Seirafi
103. Brain and Cranial Nerve Disorders-Brian Stettler and Arthur M. Pancioli
104. Spinal Cord Disorders-Andrew D. Perron and J. Stephen Huff
105. Peripheral Nerve Disorders-E. John Gallagher
106. Neuromuscular Disorders-Peter Shearer and Andrew Jagoda
107. Central Nervous System Infections-Frank W. Lavoie and John R. Saucier

VIII: Psychiatric and Behavioral Disorders
108. Thought Disorders-Robert S. Hockberger and John R. Richards
109. Mood Disorders-Douglas A. Rund and Marshall G. Vary
110. Anxiety Disorders-Eugene E. Kercher and Joshua L. Tobias
111. Somatoform Disorders-Thomas B. Purcell
112. Factitious Disorders and Malingering-Thomas B. Purcell
113. Suicide-Stephen A. Colucciello

IX: Immunologic and Inflammatory
114. Arthritis-Douglas W. Lowery, III
115. Tendinopathy and Bursitis-Ted Koutouzis and Chris Richards
116. Systemic Lupus Erythmatosus and the Vasculitides-Claire Sercombe
117. Allergy, Hypersensitivity, and Anaphylaxis-T. Paul Tran and Robert L. Muelleman
118. Dermatologic Presentations-Rita K. Cylduka and Mary Hancock

X: Hematology and Oncology
119. Anemia, Polycythemia, and White Blood Cell Disorders-Glenn C. Hamilton and Timothy G. Janz
120. Disorders of Hemostasis-Timothy G. Janz and Glenn C. Hamilton
121. Selected Oncologic Emergencies-Nnamdi Nkwuo, Neil Schamban, and Marc Borenstein

XI: Metabolism and Endocrinology
122. Acid-Base Disorders-Jamie L. Collings
123. Electrolyte Disturbances-Michael A. Gibbs, Allan B. Wofson, and Vivek S. Tayal
124. Diabetes Mellitus and Disorders of Glucose Homeostasis-Rita K. Cylduka and Jeffrey Pennington
125. Rhabdomyolysis-Laura J. Bontempo
126. Thyroid and Adrenal Disorders-Jeffrey Sternlicht and John M. Wogan

XII: Infectious Disease
127. Bacteria-Madonna Fernandez-Frackelton
128. Viruses-Michael Alan Polis and Tenagne Haile-Mariam
129. Rabies-Ellen J. Weber
130. AIDS and HIV-Richard E. Rothman, Catherine A. Marco, Samuel Yang, and Gabor D. Kelen
131. Parasites-Bruce M. Becker and W. Brian Gibler
132. Tick-Borne Illnesses-Edward B. Bolgiano and Joseph Sexton
133. Tuberculosis-Peter E. Sokolove and Dennis Chan
134. Bone and Joint Infections-Brian J. Zink
135. Soft-Tissue Infections-Harvey W. Meislin and John A. Guisto
136. Sepsis Syndrome-Nathan I. Shapiro, Gary D. Zimmer, and Adam Z. Barkin

PART FOUR: ENVIRONMENT AND TOXICOLOGY

I: Environmental
137. Frostbite-Daniel F. Danzl
138. Accidental Hypothermia-Daniel F. Danzl
139. Heat Illness-Salvator Vicario
140. Electrical and Lighting Injuries-Timothy G. Price and Mary Ann Cooper
141. Scuba Diving and Dysbarism-Lee W. Shockley
142. High-Altitude Medicine-Michael Yaron and Benjamin Honigman
143. Submersion-Andrew Knaut and Kim M. Feldhaus
144. Radiation Injuries-Vincent Markovchick

II: Toxicology
145. General Approach to the Poisoned Patient-Ken Kulig and Louis Ling
146. Acetaminophen-Kennith E. Bizovi and Robert Hendrickson
147. Aspirin and Non-steroidal Agents-Donna L. Seger and Linsay Murray
148. Anticholinergics-Wilfredo Rivera and Larissa I. Velez
149. Antidepressants-Elisabeth F. Bilden and Frank G. Walter
150. Cardiovascular Drugs-David J. Roberts
151. Caustics-Paul M. Wax and Sandra M. Schneider
152. Cocaine and Other Sympathomimetics-Rama B. Rao and Robert S. Hoffman
153. Toxic Alchohols-Suzanne R. White and Joseph Kosnik
154. Hallucinogens-Binh T. Ly, Richard F. Clark, and Saralyn R. Williams
155. Heavy Metals-Larissa I. Velez and Kathleen A. Delaney
156. Hydrocarbons-David C. Lee
157. Inhaled Toxins-Lewis S. Nelson and Robert S. Hoffman
158. Lithium-Keith K. Burkhart
159. Antipsychotics-Mary A. Wittler and Eric J. Lavonas
160. Opioids-Christina E. Hantsch and David Gummin
161. Pesticides-Cynthia K. Aaron
162. Plants, Mushrooms, and Herbal Medications-Richard D. Shih
163. Sedative Hypnotics-Leon Gussow and Andrea Carlson

PART FIVE: SPECIAL POPULATIONS

I: The Pediatric Patient
164. General Approach to the Pediatric Patient-Robert A. Wiebe
165. Fever-Roger M. Barkin and D. Demetrios Zukin
166. Pediatric Respiratory Emergencies: Upper Airway Obstruction and Infections-Mariann Manno
167. Pediatric Respiratory Emergencies: Lower Airway Obstruction-Christine D. Darr, Susan Kirelik, and Sudha Russell
168. Pediatric Respiratory Emergencies: Disease of the Lungs-Kirelik and Brian Alverson
169. Cardiac Disorders-Alson S. Inaba
170. Gastrointestinal Disorders-Mark A. Hostetler
171. Infectious Diarrheal Disease and Dehydration-Roger M. Barkin and David G. Ward
172. Renal and Genitourinary Tract Disorders-Maureen McCullough and Ghazala Sharieff
173. Neurologic Disorders-David H. Rubin, Dina Halpern Kornblau, Edward E. Conway, Jr., and Stuart M. Caplen
174. Musculoskeletal Disorders-Kemedy K. McQuillen
175. Sudden Infant Dath Syndrome and Apparent Life-Threatening Events-Marianne Gausche-Hill

II: The Pregnant Patient
176. General Approach to the Pregnant Patient-Laurie J. Morrison
177. Acute Complications of Pregnancy-Debra Houry and Jean T. Abbott
178. Chronic Medical Illness During Pregnancy-Edward Newton and Kirsten Calder
179. Drug Therapy and Substance Abuse-Rania Habal and Diane Sauter
180. Labor and Delivery and Their Complications-Sean Henderson and William K. Mallon

III: The Geriatric Patient
181. The Elder Patient-Diane M. Birmbaumer

IV: The Patient with Compromised Immune Function
182. The Immunocompromised Patient-Michael J. Burns and Mark I. Langdorf

V: The Patient with an Organ Transplant
183. The Solid Organ Transplant Patient-Matthew T. Keady and Douglas W. Lowery

VI: The Alcoholic and Substance Abuse Patient
184. Alcohol-Related Disease-David B. McMicken and John T. Finnell
185. Substance Abuse-Stephen A. Colucciello and Christian Tomaszewski
186. Evaluation of the Developmentally and Physically Disabled Child-Maria Stephan
187. Pain Management-Paul M. Paris and Donald M. Yealy
188. Procedural Sedation and Analgesia-Carl R. Chudnofsky and Marie M. Lozon

IX: The Problem Patient
189. The Combative Patient-Greg Moore and Louise Kao
190. The Difficult Patient-David W. Harrison and Robert J. Vissers

PART SIX: EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

191. Emergency Medical Service: Overview and Ground Transport-Thomas Blackwell
192. Air Medical Transport-Howard Rodenberg and Ira J. Blumen
193. Tactical Emergency Medical Support and Urban Search and Rescue-Richard Schwartz, Jeffrey Orledge, and John McManus
194. Disaster Preparedness-Carl H. Schultz, Kristi L. Koenig, and Eric K. Noji
195. Weapons of Mass Destruction-Carl H. Schultz and Kristi L. Koenig

PART SEVEN; THE PRACTICE OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE

I: Clinical Practice and Administration
196. Guidelines in Emergency Medicine-J. Stephen Bohan
197. Medical Literature and Evidence-Based Medicine-Kelly D. Young and Roger J. Lewis
198. Observation Medicine: Clinical Decision Units-Malcolm Mahadevan and Louis Graff
199. Occupational Medicine and Occupational Health-Andrew R. Barnosky, Daniel K. Chapman, and Victor S. Roth
200. Hyperbaric Medicine-Enoch T. Huang and Stephen R. Thorn
201. The Social Role of Emergency Medicine-James A. Gordon
202. Information Technology-Jonathan M. Teich and William H. Cordell
203. Multiculturalism and Care Delivery-Edward Bernstein, Judith Bernstein, and Thea James
204. Process Improvement and Patient Safety-Pat Croskerry, Marc J. Shapiro, Shawn J. Perry, and Robert L. Wears

II: Philosophical Issue of Practice
205. Bioethics-Kenneth V. Iserson
206. End of Life-Jean Abbott and Susan Stone
207. Medicolegal and Risk Management-Robert A. Bitterman
208. Wellness, Stress, and the Impaired Physician-Richard Goldberg

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