Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine: Just the Facts, Third Edition / Edition 3

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Overview

Put the authority of Tintinalli’s into your emergency medicine review!

Published in partnership with The American College of Emergency Physicians

Derived from Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide, Seventh Edition, this streamlined text is the perfect review for any emergency medicine exam — or for use as a clinical refresher. Its concise, bulleted design condenses and simplifies must-know concepts and helps you make the most of your study time. This authoritative study guide includes radiographs, color images, line drawings, and ECGs, all designed to enhance your understanding of the material and help you meet the challenges of visual diagnosis in practice and exam situations.

Features

  • Updated to reflect the latest advances in diagnostic imaging
  • NEW CHAPTERS on Hematologic-Oncologic Emergencies, Renal Emergencies in Children, Low Probability Coronary Syndromes, Urinary Retention, Food and Water-Borne Diseases, and World Travelers
  • Increased coverage of toxicology and trauma
  • More than 300 tables encapsulate important information
  • More than 100 radiographs/color images and 90 line drawings/ECGs aid recognition of challenging and life-threatening disorders
  • Provides a brief yet comprehensive review of the practice of emergency medicine for clinicians who wish to update their knowledge of the specialty
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Editorial Reviews

Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Samantha E. Kealey, MD (Regions Hospital and Level 1 Trauma Center)
Description: This book covers the need-to-know information to prepare for the emergency medicine written board exam or in-training exam. It uses an outline format as well as pictures to provide accurate, evidence-based, and concise answers to frequently tested topics on the emergency medicine written board exam.
Purpose: The authors' aim is to provide clear, concise, and easily comprehendible answers to the most commonly tested clinical scenarios on the emergency medicine board exam. This book offers a wide breadth of information in a compressed fashion to maximize the reader's time while preparing for the written boards.
Audience: It is intended for residents and new emergency medicine physicians preparing for their board examinations. In addition, it could serve as a reference for medical students and residents during their clinical training, as it provides best practice management solutions for most clinical problems encountered in the emergency department.
Features: This book features almost all complaints from the rare, can't-miss emergencies to the common primary care type problems that frequently appear on the board exam. It pays specific attention to rapid recognition and management of these problems. The book is organized by system and then by problem in an outline format. Each problem is then divided into clinical features, diagnosis and differential, and then emergency department care and disposition. There are a few shortcomings. The first is that some of the pictures, especially the radiology pictures, are not of great quality. The second is that for several dermatologic and ophthalmic conditions, which require visual recognition, there are no images to accompany the clinical description. Finally, there are a few references to examination techniques like, "the Siedel's test," that do not explain what the test is or how to perform it.
Assessment: Overall, however, this is an excellent board review book. It is concise and manageable to tackle if one has limited time to devote to review. It can be used as a quick reference for practicing physicians, residents, and medical students in the clinical setting as well. It covers almost all of the possible scenarios routinely seen in the ED and commonly tested on the emergency medicine boards or in-service exam. The information is evidence based and provides page references to Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine, A Comprehensive Study Guide, 7th edition, Tintinalli et al. (McGraw-Hill, 2011), for more in-depth reading on a topic if required. This would certainly be a valuable addition to any emergency physician's board preparation materials.
From The Critics
Reviewer: Samantha E. Kealey, MD (Regions Hospital and Level 1 Trauma Center)
Description: This book covers the need-to-know information to prepare for the emergency medicine written board exam or in-training exam. It uses an outline format as well as pictures to provide accurate, evidence-based, and concise answers to frequently tested topics on the emergency medicine written board exam.
Purpose: The authors' aim is to provide clear, concise, and easily comprehendible answers to the most commonly tested clinical scenarios on the emergency medicine board exam. This book offers a wide breadth of information in a compressed fashion to maximize the reader's time while preparing for the written boards.
Audience: It is intended for residents and new emergency medicine physicians preparing for their board examinations. In addition, it could serve as a reference for medical students and residents during their clinical training, as it provides best practice management solutions for most clinical problems encountered in the emergency department.
Features: This book features almost all complaints from the rare, can't-miss emergencies to the common primary care type problems that frequently appear on the board exam. It pays specific attention to rapid recognition and management of these problems. The book is organized by system and then by problem in an outline format. Each problem is then divided into clinical features, diagnosis and differential, and then emergency department care and disposition. There are a few shortcomings. The first is that some of the pictures, especially the radiology pictures, are not of great quality. The second is that for several dermatologic and ophthalmic conditions, which require visual recognition, there are no images to accompany the clinical description. Finally, there are a few references to examination techniques like, "the Siedel's test," that do not explain what the test is or how to perform it.
Assessment: Overall, however, this is an excellent board review book. It is concise and manageable to tackle if one has limited time to devote to review. It can be used as a quick reference for practicing physicians, residents, and medical students in the clinical setting as well. It covers almost all of the possible scenarios routinely seen in the ED and commonly tested on the emergency medicine boards or in-service exam. The information is evidence based and provides page references to Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine, A Comprehensive Study Guide, 7th edition, Tintinalli et al. (McGraw-Hill, 2011), for more in-depth reading on a topic if required. This would certainly be a valuable addition to any emergency physician's board preparation materials.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071744416
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/25/2012
  • Series: Just The Facts Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 720
  • Sales rank: 223,779
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

David Cline, M.D., Associate Professor, Director of Research, Department of Emergency Medicine, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Baptist Medical Center, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

O. John Ma, M.D., Associate Professor, Vice Chair for Academic Advancement, and Research Director, Department of Emergency Medicine, Truman Medical Center, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine, Kansas City, Missouri.

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Table of Contents

Preface
Section 1Test Preparation and Planning
1 Facts about Emergency Medicine Board Exams
2 Test-Taking Techniques
Section 2RESUSCITATION TECHNIQUES
3 Advanced Airway Support
4 Arrhythmia Management
5 Resuscitation of Children and Neonates
6 Fluids, Electrolytes, and Acid–Base Disorders
7 Theraputic Approach to the Hypotensive Patient
8 Anaphylaxis, Acute Allergic Reactions, and Angioedema
Section 3 ANALGESIA, ANESTHESIA AND PROCEDURAL SEDATION
9 Acute Pain Management and Procedural Sedation
10 Management of Patients with Chronic Pain
Section 4EMERGENCY WOUND MANAGEMENT
11 Evaluating and Preparing Wounds
12 Methods for Wound Closure
13 Lacerations to the Face and Scalp
14 Injuries of the Arm, Hand, Fingertip, and Nail
15 Lacerations of the Leg and Foot
16 Soft Tissue Foreign Bodies
17 Puncture Wounds and Bites
18 Post Repair Wound Care
Section 5CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
19 Chest Pain: Cardiac or Not
20 Acute Coronary Syndromes: Management of Myocardial Ischemia and Infarction
21 Cardiogenic Shock
22 Low Probability Acute Coronary Syndrome
23 Syncope
24 Congestive Heart Failure and Acute Pulmonary Edema
25 Valvular Emergencies
26 The Cardiomyopathies, Myocarditis, and Pericardial Disease
27 Thromboembolism
28 Systemic and Pulmonary Hypertension
29 Aortic Dissection and Aneurysms
30 Occlusive Arterial Disease
Section 6 PULMONARY EMERGENCIES
31 Respiratory Distress
32 Pneumonia, Bronchitis, and Upper Respiratory Tract Infection
33 Tuberculosis
34 Spontaneous and Iatrogenic Pneumothorax
35 Hemoptysis
36 Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Section 7GASTROINTESTINAL EMERGENCIES
37 Acute Abdominal Pain
38 Nausea and Vomiting
39 Disorders Presenting Primarily with Diarrhea
40 Acute and Chronic Constipation
41 Gastrointestinal Bleeding
42 Esophageal Emergencies, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, and Swallowed Foreign Bodies
43 Peptic Ulcer Disease and Gastritis
44 Pancreatitis and Cholecystitis
45 Acute Appendicitis
46 Diverticulitis
47 Bowel Obstruction and Volvulus
48 Hernia in Adults and Children
49 Anorectal Disorders
50 Hepatic Disorders, Jaundice, and Hepatic Failure
51 Complications of General Surgical Procedures
Section 8 RENAL AND GENITOURINARY DISORDERS
52 Acute Renal Failure
53 Rhabdomyolysis
54 Emergencies in Renal Failure and Dialysis Patients
55 Urinary Tract Infections and Hematuria
56 Acute Urinary Retention
57 Male Genital Problems
58 Urologic Stone Disease
59 Complications of Urologic Procedures and Devices
Section 9 OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
60 Vaginal Bleeding and Pelvic Pain in the Nonpregnant Patient
61 Ectopic Pregnancy and Emergencies in the First 20 Weeks of Pregnancy
62 Comorbid Diseases in Pregnancy
63 Emergencies During the Second Half of Pregnancy
64 Emergency Delivery
65 Vulvovaginitis
66 Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
67 Complications of Gynecologic Procedures
Section 10 PEDIATRICS
68 Fever and Serious Bacterial Illness
69 Neonate Emergencies and Common Neonatal Problems
70 Common Infections of the Ears, Nose, Neck, and Throat
71 Stridor and Drooling
72 Wheezing in Infants and Children
73 Pneumonia in Infants and Children
74 Pediatric Heart Disease
75 Vomiting and Diarrhea in Infants and Children
76 Pediatric Abdominal Emergencies
77 Urinary Tract Infection in Infants and Children
78 Seizures and Status Epilepticus in Children
79 Altered Mental Status and Headache in Children
80 Syncope and Sudden Death in Children
81 Hypoglycemia and Metabolic Emergencies in Infants and Children
82 The Child with Diabetes
83 Fluid and Electrolyte Therapy in Infants and Children
84 Musculoskeletal Disorders in Children
85 Rashes in Infants and Children
86 Sickle Cell Disease
87 Oncologic and Hematology Emergencies in Children
88 Renal Emergencies in Infants and Children
Section 11 INFECTIOUS DISEASES
89 Sexually Transmitted Diseases
90 Toxic Shock Syndrome and Streptococcal Toxic Shock Syndrome
91 Septic Shock
92 Soft Tissue Infections
93 Disseminated Viral Infections
94 Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
95 Infective Endocarditis
96 Tetanus and Rabies
97 Malaria
98 Foodborne and Waterborne Diseases
99 Zoonotic Infections
100 World Travelers
101 The Transplant Patient
Section 12 TOXICOLOGY
102 General Management of Poisoned Patients
103 Anticholinergics
104 Psychopharmacologic Agents
105 Sedative and Hypnotics
106 Alcohols
107 Drugs of Abuse
108 Analgesics
109 Methylxanthines and Nicotine
110 Cardiac Medications
111 Anticonvulsants
112 Iron
113 Hydrocarbons and Volatile Substances
114 Caustics
115 Pesticides
116 Metals and Metalloids
117 Industrial Toxins and Cyanide
118 Vitamins and Herbals
119 Dyshemoglobinemias
Section 13 ENVIRONMENTAL EMERGENCIES
120 Frostbite and Other Localized Cold Injuries
121 Heat Emergencies
122 Bites and Stings
123 Trauma and Envenomation from Marine Fauna
124 High-Altitude Medical Problems
125 Dysbarism and Complications of Diving
126 Drowning
127 Thermal and Chemical Burns
128 Electrical and Lightning Injuries
129 Carbon Monoxide
130 Poisonous Plants and Mushrooms
Section 14 ENDOCRINE EMERGENCIES
131 Diabetic Emergencies
132 Alcoholic Ketoacidosis
133 Thyroid Disease Emergencies
134 Adrenal Insufficiency and Adrenal Crisis
Section 15 HEMATOLOGIC AND ONCOLOGIC EMERGENCIES
135 Evaluation of Anemia and the Bleeding Patient
136 Acquired Bleeding Disorders
137 Hemophilias and von Willebrand’s Disease
138 Sickle Cell Disease and Other Hereditary Hemolytic Anemias
139 Transfusion Therapy
140 Anticoagulants, Antiplatelet Agents, and Fibrinolytics
141 Emergency Complications of Malignancy
Section 16 NEUROLOGY
142 Headache and Facial Pain
143 Stroke, Transient Ischemic Attack, and Cervical Artery Dissection
144 Altered Mental Status and Coma
145 Ataxia and Gait Disturbances
146 Vertigo and Dizziness
147 Seizures and Status Epilepticus in Adults
148 Acute Peripheral Neurologic Lesions
149 Chronic Neurologic Disorders
150 Central Nervous System and Spinal Infections
Section 17 EYES, EARS, NOSE, THROAT, AND ORAL SURGERY
151 Ocular Emergencies
152 Face and Jaw Emergencies
153 Ear, Nose, and Sinus Emergencies Medley
154 Oral and Dental Emergencies
155 Infections and Disorders of the Neck and Upper Airway
Section 18 SKIN DISORDERS
156 Dermatologic Emergencies
157 Other Dermatologic Disorders
Section 19 TRAUMA
158 Trauma in Adults
159 Trauma in Children
160 Geriatric Trauma
161 Trauma in Pregnancy
162 Head Trauma in Adults and Children
163 Spine and Spinal Cord Trauma
164 Trauma to the Face
165 Trauma to the Neck
166 Cardiothoracic Injuries
167 Abdominal Trauma
168 Penetrating Trauma to the Flank and Buttock
169 Genitourinary Trauma
170 Penetrating Trauma to the Extremities
Section 20 INJURIES TO BONES AND JOINTS
171 Initial Evaluation and Management of Orthopedic Injuries
172 Hand and Wrist Injuries
173 Injuries to the Elbow and Forearm
174 Shoulder and Humerus Injuries
175 Pelvis, Hip, and Femur Injuries
176 Knee and Leg Injuries
177 Ankle and Foot Injuries
178 Compartment Syndrome
Section 21 MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS
179 Neck and Thoracolumbar Pain
180 Shoulder Pain
181 Hip and Knee Pain
182 Acute Disorders of the Joints and Bursae
183 Emergencies in Systemic Rheumatic Diseases
184 Infectious and Noninfectious Disorders of the Hand
185 Soft Tissue Problems of the Foot
Section 22 PSYCHOSOCIAL DISORDERS
186 Clinical Features of Behavioral Disorders
187 Emergency Assessment and Stabilization of Behavioral Disorders
188 Panic and Conversion Disorders
189 Child and Elderly Abuse
Section 23 ABUSE AND ASSAULT
190 Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse
Section 24 PRINCIPLES OF IMAGING
191 Principles of Emergency Department Use of Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging
192 Principles of Emergency Department Ultrasonography
Section 25 ADMINISTRATION
193 Emergency Medical Services
194 Emergency Medicine Administration
Index

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