"Great quick review for emergency medicine in-training exams/boards exams. One could read this text in two weeks just before the exam and retain the most relevant information. Highly recommended." - Online review of the first edition. "...a very enjoyable book to read. The amount of material in each chapter is good, with just the key facts included and the fluff removed. The concise and consistent format makes it easy and quick to read." -"Doody Review Services" on first edition Think of it as a high-yield Tintinalli! Distilling the most critical information from the number 1 text in emergency medicine, "Just The Facts" is the perfect tool to prepare for in-service or licensing exams, re-certification, CME, or for use as a clinical refresher. Its highly efficient format conveniently condenses and simplifies only the most important content, for maximum yield and comprehension.Endorsed by the American College of Emergency Physicians, it effectively condenses Tintinalli's "Emergency Medicine, 6/e", for a concise, yet comprehensive review. It features a standardized, bulleted format that stresses key points of epidemiology, pathophysiology, clinical features, diagnosis and differential, and ED care and disposition. It highlights and summarizes key concepts, to assure quick absorption of the material and reinforce your understanding of even the most difficult topics. The Chapters are logically organized to help focus your study and provide quick access to subjects Also available: Ma et al: "Emergency Medicine Manual, 6/e", Promes: "Emergency Medicine CME & Board Review, 3/e", and Tintinalli et al: "Emergency Medicine, 6/e".
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Think of it as a high-yield Tintinalli!
From the author team that gave you the companion handbook to Tintinalli comes this rapid, comprehensive review of emergency medicine. Published in conjunction with the American College of Emergency Physicians, Just The Facts In Emergency Medicine is the perfect tool to prepare for in-service or licensing exams, for recertification, or for use as a clinical refresher.
*Effectively condenses the market-leading Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine, 5/e, for a concise, yet comprehensive review
*Standardized, bulleted format stresses stress key points of epidemiology, pathophysiology, clinical features, diagnosis and differential, and ED care and disposition
*At-a-glance use of prioritized and numbered treatments, quick-reference tables, and key figures assures quick absorption of the material
*Includes special sections that review the various written exams and provide test-taking tips and strategies
*Provides state-of-the art information on anti-platelet agents, pain management, stroke management, new treatments for viral disorders, and more
*Referenced by chapter to Tintinalli et al's, Emergency Medicine Study Guide, 5/e
Also from McGraw-Hill:
Tintinalli et al,: Emergency Medicine, 5/e
Cline, Ma: Emergency Medicine, 5/e, Companion Handbook
Goldfrank et al,: Goldfrank's Toxicologic Emergencies, 6/e
Knoop et al,: Atlas of Emergency Medicine
Knoop et al,: Pocket Atlas of Emergency Medicine
Koenig: Emergency Medicine PreTest, 2/e
Olson: Poisoning and Drug Overdose, 3/e
Pearlman/Tintinalli: Emergency Care of the Woman
Scaletta: Emergent Management of Trauma, 2/e
Schwartz/Reisdorff: Emergency Radiology
Simon/Koenigsknecht: Emergency Orthopedics: The Extremities, 4/e
Strange et al.: Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Strange et al.: Pediatric Emergency Medicine Handbook
EMRA: 2001 EMRA Guide to Antibiotic Use in the ED
O. John Ma, MD, Associate Professor, Research Director, Vice Chair for Academic Advancement, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine, Truman Medical Center, Kansas City, Kansas David M. Cline, MD, Clinical Associate Professor and Director of Research, Department of Emergency Medicine, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Baptist Medical Center, Winston-Salem, North Carolina Judith E. Tintinalli, MD, Professor and Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina Gabor D. Kelen, MD, Professor and Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland J. Stephan Stapczynski, MD, Professor and Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
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