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This book is a great textbook of emergency medicine, and I've chosen it over others simply because it's comprehensive without the useless drivel. Each section includes the necessary anatomy and pathophysiological considerations for the respective disorders. This is a very readable text that distills the essential clinical information that you will need on your EM rotation. It is well cross referenced and gives an excellent intro to the material.






Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide, Seventh Edition (Book and DVD): 5 out of 5 stars based on 1 user reviews.

Summary

The landmark emergency medicine text is now in full color

Includes Companion DVD with 17 additional chapters

With 418 contributors representing over 120 medical centers around the world, Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine is the most practical and clinically rigorous reference of its kind. It covers everything from prehospital care, disaster preparedness, and basic resuscitative techniques, to all the major diseases requiring emergency treatment, such as pulmonary emergencies, renal and GU disorders, and hemophilia. This authoritative, in-depth coverage makes this classic text indispensible not only in emergency departments, but also for residents and practitioners when studying or preparing for any exam they may face.

While continuing to provide the most current information for acute conditions, the Seventh Edition of Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine has been substantially revised and updated to cover all of the conditions for which patients seek emergency department care in a concise and easy-to-read-manner.

NEW Features

-Full-color design with more figures and tables than ever

-Reader-friendly chapter presentation makes it easy to find important material.

-Updated tables covering drugs and important clinical information

-Patient safety considerations and injury prevention are integrated into chapters, as appropriate

-Total revision of the dermatology section enables diagnosis by lesion description and body area affected, and provides current treatment

-Organ systems sections reorganized to reflect considerations for actual clinical practice.

-New chapters: New adult chapters include Natural Disasters, Aneurysms of the Aorta and Major Arteries; Hip and Knee Pain, Aortic Dissection; Acute Urinary Retention; Subarachnoid Hemorrhage and Intracranial Bleeding; Clotting Disorders; Community –acquired Pneumonia and Noninfectious Pulmonary Infiltrates; Type I Diabetes; Type II Diabetes; Anemia; Tests of Hemostasis; Clotting Disorders; Head Injury in Adults and Children; the Transplant Patient; Grief, Death and Dying; and Legal Issues in Emergency Medicine. Twelve new pediatric chapters including The Diabetic Child, Hematologic-Oncologic Emergencies, Ear and Mastoids, Eye Problems in Infants and Children, Neck Masses, GI Bleeding, Nose and Sinuses, Urologic and Gynecologic Procedures in children, Renal emergencies in children, Behavioral and Psychiatric Disorders in children, Pediatric Procedures, Pediatric ECG Interpretation

-Greater coverage of procedures throughout for the most common conditions seen in the emergency department.

-Companion DVD features an additional 17 chapters, such as Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, Principles of Imaging, Prison Medicine, Military Medicine, The Violent Patient, Forensics, Wound Ballistics, and Drug Interactions.

-Companion DVD also features videos and animations for teaching and learning performance of important procedures, especially Ultrasound-Guided Procedures

Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine is the book all Emergency Departments must have on hand and that all residents and those taking recertification exams will buy to prepare for the boards.

Market / Audience

Emergency Medicine Physicians - 21,071 Emergency Medicine Residents - 4,100About the Book First published in a slender paperback by the American College of Emergency Medicine (ACEP) in 1979, the maturation of the "Study Guide" has reflected the growth and development of emergency medicine. McGraw-Hill assumed publication in 1985, and, under Judith Tintinalli's leadership along with the endorsement of ACEP, this book has become the leading resource in emergency medicine.

With 418 contributors representing over 120 medical centers from around the world Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine comprehensively covers the field from prehospital care, disaster preparedness and basic resuscitative techniques, to all the major diseases and disorders encountered in the emergency department. For the first time, the 7th edition will be published online ahead of print on McGraw-Hill's Access Emergency Medicine. In addition, the book will be accompanied by a CD-ROM including 17 e-only chapters as well as videos and animations from the online edition on Access Emergency Medicine

Key Selling Features

- New chapter template will improve readability and allow quick searching

- New 4-color design will include at least one "visual" (figure, photo, table) per page

- Expansion of patient safety considerations and injury prevention(now integrated rather than separate chapters)

- New international focus on global differences in management through the addition of new contributors Major organ system sections will be reorganized by severity of risk. For example in cardiovascular diseases, the first four chapters will now be chest pain, acute coronary symdromes, cardiogenic shock, and low probability ACS syndromes

- New chapters include: Natural Disasters; Aneurysms of the Aorta and Major Arteries; Aortic Dissection; Acute Urinary Retention; Acute Renal Failure & Renal Insufficiency; The Diabetic Child; Hemtologic-Oncologic Emergencies; and Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Total overhaul and rework of the Dermatology Section Highly regarded tables covering drugs (e.g. Oral antibiotic recommendations of common skin infections, and neonatal resuscitation drug chart) and clinical information (e.g. Gastroenteritis mnenomic, management of urinary tract infections and conditions associated with deep venous thrombosis) 100% revised overall

- Accompanying CD includes 17 digital-only chapters and videos and animations of emergency procedures including Airway Management, Wound Care, Central Lines, Vein Cannulation, Splinting, and much more.

Online features: Over fifty additional videos of emergency procedures additional text, tables, and images are available in the online edition on Access Emergency Medicine Monthly updates highlight new trends and research in emergency medicine Links from drug names to Gold Standard drug database for up-to-date dosing information and from chapter references to PubMed Calculators, Cases Presentations, Review Questions and Other resources

Author Biography

Author Profiles
Judith E. Tintinalli, MD, MD is Professor and Chair Emeritus, Department of Emergency Medicine; Adjunct Professor, Department of Health Policy and Administration, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

J. Stephan Stapczynski, MD is Chair, Emergency Department, Maricopa Medical Center, Phoenix, Arizona

O. John Ma, MD is Professor and Chair of Emergency Medicine, Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, Oregon

David M. Cline, MD is Clinical Assocate Professor and Director of Research, Department of Emergency Medicine, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Rita K. Cydulka, MD is Professor and Vice Chair of Emegency Medicine, Case Western Reserve University Medical School, Cleveland, Ohio

Garth D. Meckler, MD is Assistant Professor and Assistant Chief of Pediatric Emergency Services, Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, Oregon

American College of Emergency Physicians, Irving, Texas, ACEP

Table of Contents

NB: Chapters beginning with "e" are available only on the DVD
Contributors
Preface
Acknowledgments
SECTION 1: Prehospital Care
1. Emergency Medical Services, C. Crawford Mechem
2. Prehospital Equipment and Adjuncts, Daniel G. Hankins, Andy Boggust
3. Air Medical Transport, C. Keith Stone, Stephen H. Thomas
4. Neonatal and Pediatric Transport, Karen S. Wood, Phillip V. Gordon
5. Mass Gatherings, Michael G. Millin, Benjamin Bonnes
SECTION 2: Disaster Preparedness
6. Disaster Preparedness and Response, Robert G. Hendrickson, B. Zane Horowitz
7. Natural Disasters, Lisa Mills, Jennifer Avegno
8. Bomb, Blast, and Crush Injuries, Pinchas Halpern
9. Chemical Agents and Mass Casualties, B. Zane Horowitz, Robert G. Hendrickson
10. Bioterrorism Recognition and Response: Implications for the Emergency Clinician, Anthony G. Macintyre, Joseph A. Barbara
11. Radiation Injuries, Christina L. Catlett, Janna Baker
SECTION 3: Resuscitation
12. Sudden Cardiac Death, Joseph P. Ornato
13. Basic Cardioplumonary Resuscitation in Adults, Adam D. Friedlander, Jon Mark Hirshon
14. Resuscitation of Neonates, Marc Collin
15. Resuscitation of Children, William E. Hauda II
16. Resuscitation Issues in Pregnancy, Elizabeth M. Datner, Susan B. Promes
17. Ethical Issues of Resuscitation, Catherine A. Marco
18. Cerebral Resuscitation and Therepeutic Hypothermia, Laurence M. Katz
e18.1. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, Sorabh Khandelwail, Colin G. Kaide
19. Acid-Base Disorders, David D. Nicolaou, Gabor D. Kelen
20. Blood Gases, Todd L. Slesinger
21. Fluids and Electrolytes, Gabor D. Kelen, Edbert Hsu
22. Cardiac Rhythm Disturbances, Joseph Piktel
23. Pharmacology of Antiarrhythmics, Brad A. Miller, Elizabeth A. Clements
24. Pharmacology of Vasopressor Agents, Brad A. Miller, Elizabeth A. Clements
25. Approach to the Patient in Shock, Ronny M. Otero, H. Bryant Nguyen, Emanuel P. Rivers
26. Fluid and Blood Resuscitation, Jose G. Cabanas, James E. Manning, Charles B. Cairns
27. Anaphylaxis, Acute Allergic Reactions, and Angioedema, Brian H. Rowe, Theodore Gaeta
SECTION 4: Resuscitative Procedures
28. Noninvasive Airway Management, A. Michael Roman
29. Pediatric Airway Management, Robert Vissers
30. Tracheal Intubation and Mechanical Ventilation, Robert J. Vissers, Daniel F. Danzl
31. Surgical Airway Management, Michael D. Smith
32. Neonatal and Pediatric Intraosseous and Central Venous Access, Benjamin W. Leacock, Truman J. Milling, Alison Murphy, Eric A. Higginbotham
33. Venous and Intraosseous Access in Adults, Christopher Wyatt
34. Hemodynamic Monitoring, H. Bryant Nguyen, David T. Huang, Michael R. Pinsky
35. Cardiac Pacing, Swee Han Lim, Anantharaman Venkataraman, Wee Siong Teo
36. Defibrillation and Cardioversion, Marcus E.H. Ong, Swee Han Lim, Anantharaman Venkataraman
37. Pericardiocentesis, Carolyn K. Synovitz, Eric J. Brown
SECTION 5: Analgesia, Anesthesia, and Procedural Sedation
38. Acute Pain Management in Adults, James Ducharme
39. Pain Management in Infants and Children, William M. Lennarz
40. Local and Regional Anesthesia, Douglas C. Dillion, Michael Gibbs
41. Procedural Sedation and Analgesia, James R. Miner
42. Adults with Chronic Pain, David M. Cline
SECTION 6: Emergency Wound Management
43. Evaluation of Wounds, Judd E. Hollander, Adam J. Singer
44. Wound Preparation, Shoma Desai, Susan Stone, Wallace A. Carter
45. Methods for Wound Closure, Adam Singer, Judd Hollander
46. Lacerations to the Face and Scalp, Wendy C. Coates
47. Injuries to the Arm, Hand, Fingertip, and Nail, Moira Davenport48. Lacerations to the Leg and Foot, Timothy F. Platts-Mills
49. Soft Tissue Foreign Bodies, Richard L. Lammers
50. Puncture Wounds and Bites, Robert A. Schwab, Robert D. Powers
51. Postrepair Wound Care, Adam Singer, Judd Hollander
SECTION 7: Cardiovascular Disease
52. Chest Pain: Cardiac or Not, Gary B. Green, Peter M. Hill
53. Acute Coronary Syndromes: Acute Myocardial Infarction and Unstable Angina, Judd E. Hollander, Deborah B. Diercks
54. Cardiogenic Shock, Jim Edward Weber, W. Franklin Peacock
55. Low Probability Acute Coronary Syndrome, Chadwick D. Miller
56. Syncope, James Quinn
57. Congestive Heart Failure and Acute Pulmonary Edema, W. Franklin Peacock
58. Valvular Emergencies, Simon A. Mahler
59. The Cardiomyopathies, Myocarditis, and Pericardial Disease, James T. Niemann
60. Thromboembolism, Jeffrey A. Kline
61. Systemic and Pulmonary Hypertension, David M. Cline, Alberto J. Machado
62. Aortic Dissection and Related Aortic Syndromes, Gary A. Johnson, Louise A. Prince
63. Aneurysms of the Aorta and Major Arteries, Louise A. Prince, Gary A. Johnson
64. Occlusive Arterial Disease, Anil Chopra, David Carr
SECTION 8: Pulmonary Emergencies
65. Respiratory Distress, John Sarko, J. Stephan Stapczynski
66. Hemoptysis, William Franklin Young, Jr.
67. Acute Bronchitis and Upper Respiratory Tract Infections, Thomas A. Tallman
68. Community-Acquired Pneumonia, Aspiration Pneumonia, and Noninfectious Pulmonary Infiltrates, Charles L. Emerman, Eric Anderson, David M. Cline
69. Empyema and Lung Abscess, Eric Anderson, Sharon Mace
70. Tuberculosis, Vu Phan, Janet M. Poponick
71. Spontaneous and Iatrogenic Pneumothorax, Roger L. Humphries, William Franklinl Young, Jr.
72. Acute Asthma in Adults, Rita K. Cydulka
73. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Craig G. Bates, Rita K. Cydulka
SECTION 9: Gastrointestinal Emergencies
74. Acute Abdominal Pain, Mary Claire O'Brien
75. Nausea and Vomiting, Susan Bork, Jeffrey Ditkoff, Bophal Hang76. Disorders Presenting Primarily with Diarrhea, Nicholas E. Kman, Howard Werman
77. Acute and Chronic Constipation, Vito Rocco, Paul Krivickas
78. Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding, David T. Overton
79. Lower Gastrointestinal Bleeding, Bruce M. Lo
80. Esophageal Emergencies, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, and Swallowed Foreign Bodies, Moss H. Mendelson
81. Peptic Ulcer Disease and Gastritis, Matthew C. Gratton
82. Pancreatitis and Cholecystitis, Ridvan Atilla, Cem Oktay
83. Hepatic Disorders, Jaundice, and Hepatic Failure, Susan O'Mara, Julleni Gebreyes
84. Acute Appendicitis, E. Paul DeKoning
85. Diverticulitis, Autumn Graham
86. Bowel Obstruction and Volvulus, Salvator J. Vicario, Timothy ?????
87. Hernias in Adults, Donald Byars
88. Anorectal Disorders, Brian E. Burgess
89. Gastrointestinal Procedures and Devices, Michael Witting, Edmond A. Hooker
90. Complications of General Surgical Procedures, Edmond A. Hooker
SECTION 10: Renal and Genitouriinary Disease
91. Acute Renal Failure, Richard Sinert, Peter R. Peacock, Jr.
92. Rhabdomyolysis, Francis L. Counselman, Bruce M. Lo
93. Emergencies in Renal Failure and Dialysis Patients, Mark Spektor, Richard Sinert
94. Urinary Tract Infections and Hematuria, David S. Howes, Mark P. Bogner
95. Acute Urinary Retention, David Hung-Tsang Yen, Chen-Hsen Lee
96. Male Genital Problems, Bret A. Nicks, David Manthey
97. Urologic Stone Disease, David E. Manthey, Bret A. Nicks
98. Complications of Urologic Procedures and Devices
Elaine b. Josephson, Moira McCarty
SECTION 11: Obstetrics and Gynecology
99. Vaginal Bleeding in the Nonpregnant Patient, Laurie J. Morrison, Julie M. Spence
100. Abdominal and Pelvic Pain in the Nonpregnant Female, Thomas M. Lukens
101. Ectopic Pregnancy and Emergencies in the First 20 Weeks of Pregnancy, Richard S. Krause, David M. Janicke, Rita K. Cydulka
102. Comorbid Diseases in Pregnancy, Pamela L. Dyne, Matthew Waxman
103. Normal Pregnancy, Christina Hantsch Bardsley
104. Emergencies after 20 Weeks of Pregnancy and the Postpartum Period, Michelle A. Echevarria, Gloria J. Kuhn
105. Emergency Delivery, Michael J. VanRooyan, Jennifer A. Scott
106. Vulvovaginitis, Gloria J. Kuhn, Robert Wahl
107. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, Suzanne M. Shepherd, William H. Shoff, Amy J. Behrman
108. Breast Disorders, Janet Simmons Young
e108.1 Urogynecologic Disorders and Gynecologic Oncology, Kristine Bott
109. Complications of Gynecologic Procedures, Michael A. Silverman
e109.1 Assessment of the Child in the Emergency Department: A Practical Application of Normal Child Development, Peter Mellis
SECTION 12: Pediatrics
110. Emergency Care of Children, Ran D. Goldman, Garth D. Meckler
111. Neonatal Emergencies and Common Neonatal Problems, Quynh Dona, Niranjan Kissoon
112. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and Apparent Life-Threatening Event, Carol D. Berkowitz, Ilene Claudius, Joel Tieder
113. Fever and Serious Bacterial Illness, Vincent J. Wang
114. Ear and Mastoid Disorders in Infants and Children, David M. Spiro, Donald H. Arnold
115. Eye Problems in Infants and Children, Thom Mayer, Katherine Fullerton, Bill Bosley
116. The Nose and Sinuses, Joanna Cohen, Dewesh Agrawal
117. The Mouth and Throat, Derya Caglar, Richard Kwun
118. Neck Masses in Children, Osama Y. Kentab, Nadeemuddin Qureshi
119. Stridor and Drooling, Joseph D. Gunn III
120. Wheezing in Infants and Children, Donald H. Arnold, David M. Spiro, Melissa L. Langhan
121. Pneumonia in Infants and Children, Joseph Copeland
122A. Pediatric Heart Disease: Congenital Heart Defects, Linton L. Yee, Garth D. Meckler
122B. Pediatric Heart Disease: Acquired Heart Disease, Linton L. Yee, Garth D. Meckler
123. Vomiting, Diarrhea, and Dehydration in Children, Stephen B. Freedman, Jennifer D. Thull-Freedman
124. Acute Abdominal Pain in Children, Anupam B. Kharbanda, Rasha D. Sawaya
125. Gastrointestinal Bleeding in Children, Robert W. Schafermeyer, Emily MacNeill
126. Urinary Tract Infection in Infants and Children, Julie S. Byerley, Michael J. Steiner
127. Urologic and Gynecologic Problems and Procedures in Children, Deborah R. Liu
128. Renal Emergencies in Infants and Children, Christine E. Koerner
129. Seizures and Status Epilepticus in Children, Maija Holsti
130. Headaches in Children, Brian R.E. Schultz, Charles G. Macias
131. Altered Mental Status in Children, Jonathan I. Singer
132. Minor Head Injury in Infants and Children, Geoffrey Hung
133. Musculoskeletal Disorders in Children, Courtney Hopkins-Mann, Damilola Ogunnaike-Joseph, Donna Moro-Sutherland
134. Rashes in Infants and Children, Gary Bonfante, Alexander M. Rosenau
135. Sickle Cell Disease, Ilene Claudius
136. Oncology and Hematology Emergencies in Children, Rick Place, Anne Marie T. Lagoc, Thomas Mayer, Christopher Lawlor
137. Hypoglycemia and Metabolic Emergencies in Infants and Children, Madeemuddin Qureshi, Mohammed Al-Mogbil, Osama Kentab
138. The Child with Special Health Care Needs, Donna Moro-Sutherland
139. The Child with Diabetes, Adam Vella
140. Syncope and Sudden Death in Children, William E. Hauda II, Maybelle Kou
141. Behavioral and Psychiatric Disorders in Children and Infants, Sharon E. Mace
142. Fluid and Electrolyte Therapy in Infants and Children, Alan L. Nager
143A. Pediatric Procedures: Nasal and Otic Foreign Bodies, Julie C. Brown, Daniel P. Osincup
143B. Pediatric Procedures: Lumbar Puncture in Children, Vincent J. Wang
143C. Pediatric Procedures: Nursemaids' Elbow Reduction, Courtney Hopkins-Mann, Damilola Ogunnaike-Joseph, Donna Moro-Sutherland
143D. Pediatric Procedures: Electrocardiogram Interpretation, Garth D. Meckler
SECTION 13: Infectious Diseases
144. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Flavia Nobay, Susan B. Promes
145. Toxic Shock Syndrome and Streptococcal Toxic Shock Syndrome, Shawna J. Perry, Renee D. Reid
146. Septic Shock, Jonathan Jui
147. Soft Tissue Infections, Elizabeth W. Kelly, David Magilner
148. Disseminated Viral Infections, Sukhjit S. Takhar, Gregory J. Moran
149. Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome, Richard E. Rothman, Catherine A. Marco, Samuel Yang
150. Infective Endocarditis, Richard E. Rothman, Samuel Yang, Catherine A. Marco
151. Tetanus, Joel L. Moll, Donna L. Carden
152. Rabies, David J. Weber, David A. Wohl, William A. Rutala
153. Malaria, John Szela, Josiah J. Tayali, Jeffrey D. Band
154. Foodborne and Waterborne Diseases, Patrick L. McGauly, Simon A. Mahler
155. Zoonotic Infections, John T. Meredith
156. World Travelers, Michael J. VanRooyen, Raghu Venugopal
157. Occupational Exposures, Infection Control, and Standard Precautions, David M. Cline
158. Pharmacology of Antimicrobics, Antifungals, and Antivirals, Ralph H. Raasch
e158.1 The Neurologic Examination in the Emergency Setting, J. Stephen Huff, Andrew D. Perron
SECTION 14: Neurology
159. Headache and Facial Pain, Christopher J. Denny, Michael J. Schull
160. Spontaneous Subarachnoid and Intracerebral Hemorrhage, Jeffrey L. Hackman, Melissa D. Johnson, O. John Ma
161. Stroke, Transient Ischemic Attack, and Cervical Artery Dissection, Steven Go, Daniel J. Worman
162. Altered Mental Status and Coma, J. Stephen Huff
163. Ataxia and Gait Disturbances, J. Stephen Huff
164. Vertigo and Dizziness, Brian Goldman
165. Seizures and Status Epilepticus in Adults, Derrick D. Lung, christina L. Catlett, Judith E. Tintinalli
166. Acute Peripheral Neurologic Lesions, Phillip Andrus, Andy Jagoda
167. Chronic Neurologic Disorders, Edward P. Sloan, Daniel A. Handel, Sarah Andrus Gaines
168. Central Nervous System and Spinal Infections, Keith E. Loring, Judith E. Tintinalli
169. Central Nervous System Procedures and Devices, Jay Ladde
e170.1 Principles of Drug Interactions, George Delgado, Jr., Jamie Shaskos
SECTION 15: Toxicology
170. General Management of Poisoned Patients, Jason B. Hack, Robert S. Hoffman
171. Cyclic Antidepressants, Kirk C. Mills
172. Atypical Antidepressants, Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors, and Sereotonin Syndrome, Kirk C. Mills, Keenan M. Bora
173. Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors, Kirk C. Mills
174. Antipsychotics, Michael Levine, Frank LoVecchio
175. Lithium, Sandra M. Schneider, Daniel J. Cobaugh
176. Barbiturates, Chip Gresham, Frank LoVecchio
177. Benzodiazepines, Dan Quan
178. Nonbenzodiazepine Sedatives, Michael Levine, Dan Quan
179. Alcohols, Jennifer C. Smith, Dan Quan
180. Opioids, Suzanne Doyon
181. Cocaine, Methamphetamine, and Other Amphetamines, Jane M. Prosser, Jeanmarie Perrone
182. Hallucinogens, Katherine M. Prybys, Karen N. Hansen
183. Aspirin and Salicylates, Luke Yip
184. Acetaminophen, Oliver L. Hung, Lewis S. Nelson
185. Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs, Joseph Rella, Wallace A. Carter
186. Methylxanthines and Nicotine, Chip Gresham, Daniel E. Brooks
187. Digitalis Glycosides, Jennifer S. Boyle, Mark A. Kirk
188. β-BLockers, Jennifer L. Englund, William P. Kerns II
189. Calcium Channel Blockers, Alicia Minns, Christian Tomaszewski
190. Antihypertensive Agents, Andrew Stolbach, Arjun Chanmugam
191. Anticonvulsants, Frank LoVecchio, Jennifer C. Smith
192. Iron, Stephanie H. Hernandez, Lewis S. Nelson
193. Hydrocarbons and Volatile Substances, Paul M. Wax, Stella C. Wong
194. Caustics, Nicole C. Bouchard, Wallace A. Carter
195. Pesticides, Walter C. Robey III, William J. Meggs
196. Anticholinergics, Paul M. Wax, Amy C. Young
197. Metals and Metalloids, Heather Long, Lewis S. Nelson
198. Industrial Toxins, Chip Gresham, Frank LoVecchio
199. Vitamins and Herbals, G. Richard Braen, Prashant Joshi
200. Antimicrobials, Joseph Rella, Wallace A. Carter
201. Dyshemoglobinemias, Brenna M. Farmer, Lewis S. Nelson
SECTION 16: Environmental Injuries
202. Frostbite and Other Localized Cold Injuries, Tiina M. Ikaheimo, Juhani Junila, Horma Hirvonen, Juhani Hassi
203. Hypothermia, Howard A. Bessen, Bryan Ngo
204. Heat Emergencies, Thomas Waters, Majid Al-Salamah
205. Bites and Stings, Aaron B. Schneir, Richard F. Clark
206. Reptile Bites, Richard C. Dart, Frank F.S. Daly
207. Trauma and Envenomations from Marine Fauna, Geoffrey K. Isbister
208. Dysbarism and Complications of Diving, Brian Snyder, Tom Neuman
209. Drowning, Alan L. Causey, Mark A. Nichter
210. Thermal Burns, Lawrence R. Schwartz, Chenicheri Balakrishnan
211. Chemical Burns, Fred P. Harchelroad, Jr., David M. Rottinghaus
212. Electrical Injuries, Raymond M. Fish
213. Lightning Injuries, Raymond M. Fish
214. Mushroom Poisoning, Anne F. Brayer, Sandra M. Schneider, Arif Alper Cevik
215. Poisonous Plants, Mark A. Hostetler, Sandra M. Schneider
216. High-Altitude Medical Problems, Peter H. Hackett, Jenny Hargrove
217. Carbon Monoxide, Gerald Maloney
SECTION 17: Endocrine Emergencies
218. Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus, Nikhil Goyal, Adam Schlichting
219. Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, Mohammad Jalili
220. Diabetic Ketoacidosis, Michael E. Chansky, Cary L. Lubkin
221. Alcoholic Ketoacidosis, William A. Woods, Debra G. Perina
222. Hyperosmolar Hyperglycemic State, Charles S. Graffeo
223. Thyroid Disorders: Hypothyroidism and Myxedema Crisis
224. Thyroid Disorders: Hypethyroidism and Thyroid Storm, Alzamani Mohammad Idrose
225. Adrenal Insufficiency and Adrenal Crisis, Alzamani Mohammad IdroseSECTION 18: Hematologic and Oncologic Emergencies
226. Anemia, Robin R. Hemphill
227. Tests of Hemostatis, Stephen John Cico, Robin R. Hemphill
228. Acquired Bleeding Disorders, Sally A. Santen, Robin R. Hemphill
229. Clotting Disorders, Jessie G. Nelson, Robin R. Hemphill
230. Hemophilias and von Willebrand Disease, William Mansonm, Robin R. Hemphill, and Christine Kempton
231. Sickle Cell Disease and Other Hereditary Hemolytic Anemias, Jean Williams-Johnson, Eric Williams
232. Acquired Hemolytic Anemia, Patricia Chu Klap, Robin R. Hemphill
233. Transfusion Therapy, Clinton J. Coil, Sally A. Santen
234. Anticoagulants, Antiplatelet Agents, and Fibrinolytics, David E. Slattery, Charles V. Pollack, Jr.
235. Emergency Complications of Malignancy, Paul Blackburn
e235.1 Common Chemotherapeutic Agents, Asia Quan, Todd Kociancic
SECTION 19: Eyes, Ears, Nose, Throat, and Oral Surgery
236. Eye Emergencies, Richard A. Walker, Srikar Adhiraki
237. Common Disorders of the External, Middle, and Inner Ear, Mark Silverberg, Michael Lucchesi
238. Face and Jaw Emergencies, Corey R. Heitz
239. Epistaxis, Nasal Fractures, and Rhinosinusitis, Shane M. Summers, Tareg Bey
240. Oral and Dental Emergencies, Ronald W. Beaudreau
241. Infections and Disorders of the Neck and Upper Airway, Rupali N. Shah, Trinitia Y, Cannon, Carol G. Shores
242. Complications of Airway Devices, Mihir R. Patel, Trinitia Y. Cannon, Carol G. Shores
SECTION 20: Skin Disorders
243. Approach to Skin Disorders in the Emergency Department, J. Jeremy Thomas, Andrew D. Perron, William J. Brady
244. Treatment of Skin Disorders in the Emergency Department, J. Jeremy Thomas, Andrew D. Perron, William J. Brady
245. Serious Generalized Skin Disorders, J. Jeremy Thomas, Andrew D. Perron, William J. Brady
246. Disorders of the Face and Scalp, Dean S. Morrell, Emily J. Schwarz
247. Disorders of the Hands, Feet, and Extremities, Craig N. Burkhart, Dean S. Morrell
248. Disorders of the Groin and Skinfolds, Dean S. Morrell, Kelly Nelson
249. Skin Disorders Common on the Trunk, Mark R. Hess, Suzanne P. Hess
SECTION 21: Trauma
250. Trauma in Adults, Patrick Brunett, Peter Cameron
251. Trauma in Children, William E. Hauda II
252. Geriatric Trauma, O. John Ma, Jennifer H. Edwards, Stephen W. Meldon
253. Trauma in Pregnancy, Nicole M. Delorio
254. Head Trauma in Adults and Children, David W. Wright, Lisa H. Merck
255. Spine and Spinal Cord Trauma, Bonny J. Baron, Kevin J. McSherry, James L. Larson, Jr., Thomas M. Scalea
256. Facial Injuries, John Bailitz
257. Trauma to the Neck, Bonny J. Baron
258. Pulmonary Trauma, Patrick Brunett, Lalena M. Yarris, Arif Alper Cevik
259. Cardiac Trauma, Christopher Ross, Theresa Schwab
260. Abdominal Trauma, Thomas M. Scalea, Sharon A. Boswell, Bonny J. Baron, O. John Ma
261. Penetrating Trauma to the Flank and Buttocks, Alasdair Conn
262. Genitourinary Trauma, John McManus, Matt Gratton, Peter Cuenca
263. Penetrating Trauma to the Extremities, Roberta Capp, Richard D. Zane
e263.1 Wound Ballistics, Jeremy J. Hollerman, Martin L. Fackler
e263.2 Forensics, David R. Fowler
SECTION 22: Injuries to Bones and Joints
264. Initial Evaluation and Management of Orthopedic Injuries, Jeffrey S. Menkes
265. Injuries to the Hand and Digits, Moira Davenport, Dean G. Sotereanos
266. Wrist Injuries, Robert Escarza, Maurice Loeffel III, Dennis T. Uehara
267. Injuries to the Elbow and Forearm, Jason Bredenkamp, Brian Jokhy, Dennis T. Uehara
268. Shoulder and Humerus Injuries, John Rudzinski, Laura Pittman, Dennis T. Uehara
269. Pelvis Injuries, Mark T. Steele, Jeffrey G. Norvell
270. Hip and Femur Injuries, Mark T. Steele, Amy M. Stubbs
271. Knee Injuries, Jeffrey N. Glaspy, Mark T. Steele
272. Leg Injuries, Paul R. Haller
273. Ankle Injuries, Daniel A. Handel, Sarah Andrus Gaines
274. Foot Injuries, Sarah Andrus Gaines, Daniel A. Handel, Peter N. Ramsey
275. Compartment Syndrome, Paul Haller
e275.1 Orthopedic Devices and Reconstruction, Scott S. Kelley, Milford H. Marshant, Jr.
SECTION 23: Musculoskeletal Disorders
276. Neck and Back Pain, William J. Frohna, David Della-Giustina
277. Shoulder Pain, David Della-Giustina, Benjamin Harrison
278. Hip and Knee Pain, Kelly P. O'Keefe, Tracy G. Sanson
279. Emergencies in Systemic Rheumatic Diseases, Gemma C. Morabito, Bruno Tartaglino
280. Nontraumatic Disorders of the Hand, Carl A. Germann, Mark. W. Fourre
281. Acute Disorders of the Joints and Bursae, John H. Burton
282. Soft Tissue Problems of the Foot, Frantz R. Melio
SECTION 24: Psychosocial Disorders
283. Behavioral Disorders: Emergency Assessment, Gregory Luke Larkin, Annette L. Beautrais
284. Behavioral Disorders: Diagnostic Criteria, Leslie Zun
285. Psychotropic Medications and Rapid Tranquilization, Marc L. Martel, Michelle H. Biros
286. Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa, Jillian L. Schwaab, Terrill Bravender, Douglas A. Rund
287. Panic Disorder, Linda M. Nicholas, Elizabeth Shumann
288. Conversion Disorder, Gregory P. Moore, Kenneth C. Jackimczyk
289. Alcohol and Other Drugs of Abuse, Edward Bernstein, Judith A. Bernstein, William Fernandez, Gail D'Onofrio
SECTION 25: Abuse and Neglect
290. Child Abuse and Neglect, Carol D. Berkowitz
291. Female and Male Sexual Assault, Sheryl Heron, Debra Houry
292. Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse, Mary Hancock
293. Abuse of the Elderly and Impaired, Fredric M. Hustey, Jonathan Glauser
e293.1 The Violent Patient, Rahi Kapur, Elizabeth Fink
SECTION 26: Special Situations
294. Injection Drug Users, Brigitte M. Baumann, Suzanne M. Shepherd
295. The Transplant Patient, Raymond M. Fish, Malek G. Massad
e295.1 The Mentally Retarded Adult, James C. O'Neill
296. The Morbidly Obese Patient, Timothy F. Platts-Mills, Dana Mathew
297. Grief, Death and Dying, DNR/DNI Orders: Delivering Effective Death Notifications in the Emergency Department, Cherri Hobgood
298. Legal Issues in Emergency Medicine, Jonathan E. Siff
e298.1 Management of Prisoners Attending the Emergency Department, Stephen H. Boyce
e298.2 Military Medicine, Ricardo C. Ong, Sean W. Mulvaney
SECTION 27: Principles of Imaging
e299.1 Noninvasive Myocardial Imaging, Jonathan Ilgen, Michael Shapiro
e299.2 Computed Tomography, William Roper, Stephanie Abbuhl
e299.3 Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Esther K. Choo, Robert F. DeMayo
e299.4 Emergency Ultrasonography, O. John Ma, Robert F. Reardon, Alfredo Sabbaj
Index


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