The most trusted visual guide to emergency medicine—with 2,100+ full-color images and clinical management guidance from leading experts Doody's Core Titles for 2021! The Atlas of Emergency Medicine is your “look quick, act fast” guide to accurately diagnosing acute medical problems in emergency practice settings. Packed with the highest-quality images available and fully updated clinical information, this is the definitive resource to assessing, diagnosing, and treating patients quickly, safely, and effectively. Top experts in their field, the authors cover basic and subtle diagnosis of a broad spectrum of typical and atypical conditions. Organized by organ-system/special populations/general issues and then by problem, The Atlas of Emergency Medicine includes one or more images per topic, succinct “need-to-know” information for each clinical problem, and management options and clinical pearls—making this the most efficient visual learning guide you’ll find. This updated edition includes streamlined text to allow for more images, new chapters on Rheumatologic and Mental Health Conditions, and new video clips highlighting the most important topics.
The significantly expanded second edition of this full-color atlas provides a step-by-step, visual guide to the most common procedures in emergency medicine. Completely revised, it also includes new procedures such as REBOA, the HINTS test, sphenopalatine ganglion block, occipital nerve block, and lung ultrasonography. Procedures are described on a single page, or two-page spreads, so that the physician can quickly access and review the procedure at hand. The atlas contains more than 700 diagnostic algorithms, schematic diagrams, and photographic illustrations to highlight the breadth and depth of emergency medicine. Topics are logically arranged by anatomic location or by type of procedure, and all procedures are based on the most current and evidence-based practices. Atlas of Emergency Medicine Procedures, Second Edition is an essential resource for physicians and advanced practice professionals, residents, medical students, and nurses in emergency medicine, urgent care, and pediatrics.
The most complete and trusted visual compendium of emergency medicine — extensively updated with more than 1500 full-color illustrations. Now in its fourth edition, The Atlas of Emergency Medicine remains the best guide to visual diagnosis of acute medical problems encountered in emergency practice. Packed with more than 1500 images, 500 new to this edition, it is the most comprehensive source of high quality emergency medicine images available, and enhanced with clear clinical information on medical emergencies. Organized by organ-system/special populations/general issues and then by problem, The Atlas of Emergency Medicine is your “look quick, act fast” reference designed to help assess, diagnose, and treat patients efficiently. It covers basic and subtle diagnosis of a broad spectrum of typical and atypical conditions. The book’s format is ideally suited to visual learning. One to four images per topic show you exactly what to look for. Accompanying the images is succinct “need-to-know” information for each clinical problem, including management options and clinical pearls. All treatment and diagnostic testing information and guidelines are fully updated. NEW to this edition is the inclusion of more than 50 video clips that highlight key visual topics in emergency medicine.
The most complete and trusted visual compendium of emergency medicine—extensively updated with 1500 full-color illustrations A Doody's Core Title for 2011! 4 STAR DOODY'S REVIEW! "This is an excellent study aid, especially for visual learners....This atlas is perhaps the most comprehensive source of high quality emergency medicine images available....This book is outstanding. I used it just before my in-service exam and found it a delightful way to solidify the information with images, which greatly increases the chance of recall."--Doody's Review Service Ideally suited to the bedside practice of emergency medicine, The Atlas of Emergency Medicine is the ultimate visual guide to the diagnosis and treatment of common and uncommon conditions encountered in the Emergency Department. Filled with 1500 crisp, clear full-color images, this essential clinical companion is logically organized by organ system and then by problem, making it a practical quick reference for medical students, residents in training, new graduates preparing for their certification exam, the practicing physician, and instructors. The third edition of The Atlas of Emergency Medicine features an even more streamlined presentation with clear, concise text and an unmatched collection of diagnoses-speeding images. Forming the core of the book, these images show you what to look for and are accompanied by brief, high-yield descriptions of clinical problems. The new edition also features an enhanced template, and new coverage of airway emergencies, tropical conditions, toxicologic emergencies, and electrocardiographs. NEW TO THIS EDITION 1,500 full-color clinical photographs (more than twice the amount found in the previous edition) New chapter template: “Clinical Summary”: clinically relevant observations on differential diagnosis “Emergency Department Treatment and Disposition”: a brief overview of need-to-know diagnostic guidelines and recommendations “Clinical Pearls”: instructive tips and insights on specific aspects of conditions which are difficult to find in other texts Four new chapters that enhance the book’s hands-on value: Tropical Medicine: reflects an increased emphasis on global access to healthcare and easier patient travel Toxicology: features an up-to-date, authoritative review of how to diagnose and treat selected toxicological emergencies ECG Abnormalities: presents turnkey insights into the rapid recognition of pathological ECG’s, highlighting the electrocardiographic characteristics of each featured clinical problem Airway Procedures: includes essential information that guides, improves, and expedites the management of airway emergencies
Featuring over 500 full-color clinical photographs, succinct clinical pearls, and detailed differential diagnosis tables, this atlas is a visual guide to the rapid and accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment of pediatric problems. The book will greatly assist busy practitioners in recognizing disease entities and distinguishing among entities that appear similar. The Second Edition includes information on treatment, a chapter on breastfeeding images that demonstrate proper latch, and 150 new images. Organized by anatomic site, the book focuses on presenting problems. Each chapter includes bulleted clinical pearls on the history and physical examination. A differential diagnosis table lists all common diagnoses with ICD-9 codes and the distinguishing characteristics for each diagnosis. Clinical photographs of each entity are then shown, including ethnic variations where relevant.
Real-life cases for success on the emergency medicine clerkship and shelf-exam Experience with clinical cases is key to mastering the art and science of medicine and ultimately to providing patients with competent medical care. Case Files®: Emergency Medicine, Fifth Edition delivers 60 true-to-life cases that illustrate essential concepts in emergency medicine. Each case includes a complete discussion, clinical pearls, references, high-yield presentation of key diagnostic and treatment information, USMLE-style review question to enhance your learning. With Case Files®, you’ll learn instead of memorize. This fifth edition includes important new information on COVID-19, opioid overdose, social issues in emergency medicine, medical errors, interprofessional teamwork, endocrine emergencies, viral meningitis, and vertigo. Learn from 60 high-yield cases, each with board-style questions Master key concepts with clinical pearls Solidify your knowledge with 14 new integrated challenge questions Polish your approach to clinical problem solving and patient care Maximize your shelf exam score with this proven learning system NEW! Important information on COVID-19, opioid overdose, social issues in emergency medicine, medical errors, interprofessional teamwork, endocrine emergencies, viral meningitis, and vertigo
Author: Valerie J. Fuller, PhD, DNP, AGACNP-BC, FNP-BC, FNAP, FAANP
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
"Nearly 100 expert authors who discuss the evidence-based gold standards for diagnostics and tests for optimal detection of multisystem disorders, patient management, and transitions of care. In these chapters, learners will gain greater understanding of the etiology and pathophysiology of acute and critical illnesses, and the latest in advanced pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic therapies... We congratulate the Editors and chapter authors for their efforts in developing a clearly outlined and accurate text for AGACNP use—truly the first of its kind." —April N. Kapu, DNP, APRN, ACNP-BC, FAANP, FCCM, FAAN Associate Dean for Clinical and Community Partnerships Vanderbilt University School of Nursing Professor of Nursing, Vanderbilt University School of Nursing 2021-2023 President, American Association of Nurse Practitioners —Ruth Kleinpell, PhD, APRN, ACNP-BC, FAANP, FAAN, MCCM Associate Dean for Clinical Scholarship, Vanderbilt University School of Nursing Professor of Nursing, Vanderbilt University School of Nursing 2017 President, Society of Critical Care Medicine Encompassing all of the knowledge required to fulfill AACN and NONPF competencies and scope of practice, this comprehensive, evidence-based text is the first written specifically for Adult Gerontology Acute Care NP students and practitioners. With contributions from over 100 respected practitioners in the field, it encompasses the most current information on the evaluation, diagnosis, and management of common conditions, and integrates advanced nursing practice competencies including leadership skills, understanding of complex health care systems, and interprofessional team practice. The text is organized by body system for ease of reference. Each chapter includes a review of the current standard of care for a particular topic, including assessment, differential diagnostic modalities, interprofessional collaboration, evidence-based treatment, and goals for transitions of care. Also covered are specific challenges and professional considerations in acute care. Clinical pearls and key takeaway boxes are woven throughout to underscore essential information. Special topics on palliative care, pain, and pain management are also covered. Instructor resources include PowerPoints and a test bank. Key Features: A comprehensive acute care textbook written by NPs for NPs Organized by body system for ease of reference Integrates advanced nursing practice competencies Promotes leadership skills, helps students to understand complex health care systems, and embodies core principles of interprofessional team practice Includes clinical pearls, key takeaway boxes, evidence-based practice resources Delivers robust teaching/learning package
Use this all-new workbook to review for the PANCE and PANRE examinations with confidence—and develop the clinical reasoning skills you’ll use in everyday practice! Clinical Reasoning for Physician Assistants uniquely prepares you for success on certification and recertification examinations and in your future practice by teaching you to think like an experienced physician assistant and master what you need to know for safe, effective practice. Custom-tailored to physician assistant students and the PANCE and PANRE examination blueprints, this innovative resource provides robust preparation through multiple-choice questions and answers and real-world case studies that prepare you well for your career as a physician assistant. Part I introduces you to essential clinical reasoning skills for PANCE/PANRE success and safe clinical practice, and provides key test-taking skills. Part II contains 14 body system chapters with multiple-choice PANCE/PANRE practice questions organized according to the most current NCCPA PANCE content blueprint. After each chapter, an answer key with complete rationales is provided, along with an indication of the corresponding NCCPA task category. Part III presents 15 detailed, unfolding case studies that take you to the “next step in clinical reasoning for safe patient practice, with PANCE/PANRE-style questions throughout the cases for additional practice. These patient-centered cases integrate demographics, cultural aspects, ethics, and professional practice in decision making.
The bestselling "Textbook of Pediatric Emergency Medicine" is the most comprehensive text in this specialty. This edition's highlights include new chapters on palpitations, cystic fibrosis, travel-related emergencies and ultrasound, and has a new appendix on practice pathways.