Textbook of Adult Emergency Medicine

Textbook of Adult Emergency Medicine Edition 5

Editors: Edited by Peter Cameron, MBBS, MD, FACEM, Mark Little, MBBS, DTM&H(Lond), FACEM, MPH&T IDHA, Biswadev Mitra, MBBS MHSM PhD FACEM and Conor Deasy, MB, Dip IMC, Dip Tox, DCH, FCEM, FACEM, PhD
ISBN: 9780702076244
Publication Date : Aug 1, 2019
Page Count: 1086
Retail Price:
  • EUR: €97.99

This title is not available in digital format

  • Description
  • About the Editor
  • Table of Contents
  • Book Reviews
Description

Textbook of Adult Emergency Medicine provides clear and consistent coverage of this rapidly evolving specialty. Building on the success of previous editions, it covers all the major topics that present to the trainee doctor in the emergency department. In addition it will prove invaluable to the range of other professionals working in this setting - including nurse specialists and paramedics - who require concise, highly practical guidance, incorporating the latest best practice and current guidelines.

As well as covering the mainstream clinical subjects – including cardiac, respiratory, gastrointestinal, neurology, musculoskeletal, infectious disease, toxicology and psychiatry emergencies, resuscitation and trauma – there are major sections on other skills and issues of key importance to today’s advanced emergency medicine practitioner, such as staffing, overcrowding, triage, patient safety and quality measures. In addition, difficult topics such as death and dying, the challenging patient, ethics, giving evidence and domestic violence are covered.

This edition comes with an enhanced electronic version with video and self-assessment content, providing a richer learning experience and making rapid reference easier than ever before, anytime, anywhere.

Key Features

  • A comprehensive textbook of adult emergency medicine for trainee doctors - covers all the problems likely to present to a trainee in the emergency department.
  • Chapters are highly readable and concise – boxes summarise chapter key points and highlight controversial areas of treatment.
  • The content is highly practical, clinically orientated and thoroughly updated in all the core subjects
  • The book has comprehensive coverage of non-clinical issues such as administration, quality improvement, research and training.
  • The online ExpertConsult ebook includes over 500 self-testing questions related directly to the contents as well as online videos on topics such as central venous line placement and cricothyrotomy.

New Features

  • Two new editors join the book including one based in Ireland.
  • There will be a thorough update to the content especially in the areas of trauma and resuscitation.
  • Improved imaging will be included.
  • Additional online self-testing questions will be included.
About the Editor
Edited by Peter Cameron, MBBS, MD, FACEM, Professor of Emergency Medicine, The Alfred Hospital and Monash University, Melbourne, Australia; Mark Little, MBBS, DTM&H(Lond), FACEM, MPH&T IDHA, Consultant Emergency Physician and Clinical Toxicologist Cairns Hospital, Associate Professor School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Queensland Tropical Health Alliance and Consultant Clinical Toxicologist to the NSW Poisons Information Centre, Australia ; Biswadev Mitra, MBBS MHSM PhD FACEM, Professor of Emergency Medicine, The Alfred Hospital and Monash University, Melbourne, Australia and Conor Deasy, MB, Dip IMC, Dip Tox, DCH, FCEM, FACEM, PhD, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Cork University Hospital; Senior Lecturer, University College Cork, Republic of Ireland; Clinical Lead, Major Trauma Audit, National Office of Clinical Audit,
Table of Contents

Section 1 Resuscitation

Section 2 Critical care

Section 3 Trauma

Section 4 Orthopaedic emergencies

Section 5 Cardiovascular emergencies

Section 6 Respiratory emergencies

Section 7 Digestive emergencies

Section 8 Neurology emergencies

Section 9 Infectious disease emergencies

Section 10 Genitourinary emergencies

Section 11 Endocrine emergencies

Section 12 Metabolic emergencies

Section 13 Haematology emergencies

Section 14 Rheumatology and musculoskeletal emergencies

Section 15 Dermatology emergencies

Section 16 Ocular emergencies

Section 17 Dental emergencies

Section 18 ENT emergencies

Section 19 Obstetrics & gynaecology emergencies

Section 20 Psychiatric emergencies

Section 21 Challenging situations

Section 22 Pain relief

Section 23 Emergency imaging

Section 24 Environmental emergencies

Section 25 Toxicology emergencies

Section 26 Toxinology emergencies

Section 27 Academic emergency medicine

Section 28 Emergency medicine and the law

Section 29 Emergency and medical systems

Section 30 Administration

Book Reviews

"The combination of desk-bound hard copy with the portability and expanded content of the ‘e-book’ that moves the fourth edition from the ‘you should have this’ of the third edition to the next level of desirability and utility."

Emergency Medicine Australasia

"As an experienced ED nurse and Emergency Nurse Practitioner, I found the book fascinating and could not put it down. The authors and editors of this text have succeeded in producing a comprehensive guide to Emergency Medicine which would

be a valuable resource for any Emergency Department."

International Emergency Nursing

"it has established itself as one of the leading reference textbooks in the field of adult emergency medicine in Australasia. It is now a mature reference textbook,

which is a credit to the editors and the contributors."

Journal of Military and Veterans’ Health

"This is an excellent evidence based textbook suitable for exam preparation or for reference, which takes you through the complete management of all emergency medicine conditions. I would strongly recommend it to all emergency medicine trainees."

Injury: international Journal of Care of the Injured