Author: Declan O'Kane
Acute Medicine 2eis a current and concise guide to hospital emergency medicine for registrars, junior doctors and medical students working on the wards. This new edition has been comprehensively revised and updated to incorporate the latest treatment guidelines. It has been substantially rewritten and streamlined to enable the reader to access the pertinent information even more quickly. It is not just a list of instructions, but contains pathophysiology and useful clinical pearls: * detailed management of acute medical and surgical emergencies, including in pregnancy * general ward management issues * descriptions of key procedures * normal laboratory values * emergency drug formulary Acute Medicine 2eis available in two formats (the content is exactly the same in both): - A pocket-sized black and white paperback (ISBN 9781907904912) - A spiral bound, larger format, full colour version (ISBN 9781911510086) From reviews of the first edition: "This new book by Dr O'Kane is a very useful and interesting book directed towards Medical registrars but also with many positive features for anyone from Medical Student to Consultants... [It] works through groups of emergencies according to speciality and organ grouping. This is helpful as it enables the reader to link the different differentials together well. It also tries to signpost all the different conditions in relation to the Acute Medicine and General Internal Medicine curriculums. There is also an excellent section on fluid prescription, outlining what each fluid option contains along with potential fluid prescriptions in relation to the daily needs of the human body. Each clinical problem is presented in a clear and logical format, beginning with the things to ask or think about when receiving a referral - much as junior doctors would do in a real clinical situation. The book also includes an excellent 'general management' section, which covers important aspects of the assessment of mental capacity and considerations to make when discharging a patient - things which are often poorly taught in other settings. All of the clinical procedures are described in some level of detail - not enough to learn to do the procedure but enough to signpost as well as getting the reader to think about why it is needed and any associated risks." - Journal for Acute Medicine, October 2015 "O'Kane's Acute Medicine 2015 is a fantastic text for any doctor regardless of their grade. However, it is of particular use to the junior hospital doctor. The book covers a huge array of pathology and knowledge in a succinct and accessible way with easy to use chapters with superb explanations throughout. I am currently working in A+E and have found this book invaluable. In particular the chapters covering procedures and the excellent formulary have helped me on several occasions. All of this is accentuated by the size of the book, which is genuinely pocket sized. This book is an essential text for all junior doctors." - A junior hospital doctor
Author: Lee Kang Hoe
Publisher: NUS Press
"Survival Guide to Acute Medicine is a quick reference for emergency medicine, written by the various specialists from National University Hospital and National University of Singapore. The handy format provides rapid and succinct information, making it indispensable for medical students and house staff, as well as paramedics working under difficult circumstances." "Survival Guide to Acute Medicine was first published in 1998 and reprinted several times. This second edition was comprehensively updated and reorganised in 2006."--BOOK JACKET.
Principles & Practice
Author: Diana D. Cardenas, MD, MHA
Publisher: Demos Medical Publishing
A Doody's Core Title 2012 The thoroughly revised Second Edition of this authoritative reference continues to define the standard of care for the field of spinal cord medicine. Encompassing all of the diseases and disorders that may a!ect the proper functioning of the spinal cord or spinal nerves, this comprehensive volume provides a state of the art review of the principles of care and best practices for restoring function and quality of life to patients with spinal cord injuries. Expert contributors from multiple disciplines cover topics ranging from acute medical and surgical management of specific problems to cutting-edge research, bladder, bowel and sexual dysfunction, neurologic and musculoskeletal issues, advanced rehabilitation techniques and technologies, functional outcomes, and psychosocial care. While comprehensive in scope, Spinal Cord Medicine offers practical guidance for physicians and other health care professionals involved in the management of individuals with SCI, multiple sclerosis, and other spinal cord disorders. The Second Edition has been completely updated to fully reflect current science and practice. Each section has been re-ordered to better present information and the Second Edition brings in many new authors and topics, more diagrams, illustrations, and tables to solidify concepts, and contains 18 entirely new chapters. Spinal Cord Medicine: Principles and Practice, Second Edition, reflects the breadth and depth of this multi-faceted specialty. Involving over 150 authors from more than 20 fields of medicine, it is a trusted reference for anyone who works with spinal cord patients and strives to deliver superior clinical care and improve outcomes.
Author: Nicola Cooper,Kirsty Forrest,Paul Cramp
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
What you really need to know, but no one told you. The Essential Guide to Acute Care contains everything you really need to know about acute care that you can’t find in a standard textbook and have probably never been taught before. Starting with the concept of patients at risk, the Essential Guide to Acute Care explains how to recognise and manage the generic altered physiology that accompanies acute illness. The principles of acute care are explained simply yet comprehensively. Throughout the book ‘mini-tutorials’ expand on the latest thinking or controversies, and practical case histories reinforce learning at the end of each chapter. The chapters are designed to be read by individuals or used for group tutorials in acute care. Extensively rewritten and updated, this second edition is essential reading for anyone who looks after acutely ill adults, including: Foundation Programme trainees and trainers Trainees in medicine, surgery, anaesthesia and emergency medicine Final year medical students Nursing staff and allied professionals working in critical care
Author: Ken Hillman,Gillian Bishop
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This new edition provides an accessible account of the essentials of intensive care medicine. The core of the book focuses on areas common to all critically ill patients including fluid therapy, sedation, shock, infection and other central topics. This key understanding of basic pathophysiological principles provides an excellent launch pad for the section on individual disease entities encompassing haematology, gastroenterology, nephrology, endocrinology, the respiratory system, cardiovascular pathology, poisoning and neurology. Economic and ethical issues are also covered, and the text is supported by numerous problem-oriented guidelines to help the care provider tackle real-life practical problems as encountered in the ICU. In the same spirit, wherever possible, the authors provide precise and meaningful advice, rather than bland generalisations. This new edition reflects the excitement, challenges and uniqueness of intensive care medicine, for the benefit of all residents, trainees, nursing staff and paramedics attached to the ICU.
Principles and Practice
Author: Nathan D. Zasler, MD,Douglas I. Katz, MD,Ross D. Zafonte,David B. Arciniegas, MD
Publisher: Demos Medical Publishing
With 25 new chapters, Brain Injury Medicine: Principles and Practice, 2nd Edition is a clear and comprehensive guide to all aspects of the management of traumatic brain injury.
Author: Punit S. Ramrakha,Kevin P. Moore
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
The Oxford Handbook of Acute Medicine provides a handy and practical guide to the management of emergency situations in everyday clinical practice. It is aimed at the newly qualified doctor, following on from the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine. It provides step-by-step details on the current diagnostic and management principles necessary to allow junior doctors to deal with medical emergencies safely and effectively. It assumes a basic knowlege of disease processes, physical examination skills, and medical terminology, and concentrates on therapeutic and diagnostic decisions. It will als
Author: Pamela Macintyre,David Rowbotham,Suellen Walker
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Health & Fitness
Acute Pain brings coverage of this diverse area together in a single comprehensive clinical reference, from the basic mechanisms underlying the development of acute pain, to the various treatments that can be applied to control it in different clinical settings. Much expanded in this second edition, the volume reflects the huge advances that continue to be made in acute pain management. Part One examines the basic aspects of acute pain and its management, including applied physiology and development neurobiology, the drugs commonly used in therapy, assessment, measurement and history-taking, post-operative pain management and its relationship to outcome, and preventive analgesia. Part Two reviews the techniques used for the management of acute pain. Methods of drug delivery and non-pharmacological treatments including psychological therapies in adults and children and transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation are considered here. Part Three looks at the many clinical situations in which acute pain can arise, and the methods of treatment that may be suitable in each circumstance, whether the patient is young or old, has pain due to surgery, trauma, medical illness or childbirth, or is undergoing rehabilitation. Issues specific to the management of acute pain in the developing world are also covered here.
Author: Parveen June Kumar,Michael L. Clark
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
"The aim of Acute Clinical Medicine is to provide guidance for young doctors and senior medical students on the management of patients with acute medical problems. The book consists of short descriptions of over 200 problems frequently encountered when 'on take' or 'on call'. Each problem is discussed under standard headings: common causes, predisposing factors, pathology, pathophysiology and prognosis. Important points are highlighted in boxes, as are vital investigations."--BOOK JACKET.
Author: Robert M. Wachter,Lee Goldman (MD.),Harry Hollander
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Now thoroughly updated, this resource offers practical, evidence-based guidelines for the care of hospitalized patients. The only book geared directly and exclusively to inpatient management, this guide is edited by national leaders in the hospital field.
Author: Yong Yau Ong
Publisher: World Scientific
In this new edition of A Clinical Approach to Medicine, the editor has assembled a panel of leading clinicians and researchers, and reorganized the material in the key areas of medicine, cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, hematology, neurology, oncology, rheumatology, renal medicine and respiratory medicine. This book is unique -- it reflects the experience of leading experts on patterns of disease in the Asia-Pacific region. There are several other similar books, but those are by authors from the West and therefore offer a different perspective. The book also includes discussions on genetic diseases, infection and antimicrobial resistance to antibiotics, highlighting local incidences and statistics. Each chapter starts with the basic concepts of a particular topic and gradually develops the theme to present the state of the art in the topic. With its focus on practices unique to Asia-Pacific, this book is a must for the student, practicing clinician and research scientist interestedin the latest developments in this part of the world.
Author: John Rees,James Pattison,Gwyn Williams
Publisher: CRC Press
100 Cases in Clinical Medicine is an indispensable revision tool for medical students preparing for clinical examinations or OSCEs. Using scenarios which mimic daily life, the cases will interest students in clinical problems and help them develop their clinical reasoning skills, with each case presenting details of a patient's medical history and the key findings of a clinical examination, together with initial investigation results for evaluation. Key questions then prompt the student to evaluate the patient, and reach a decision regarding their condition and the possible management plan, while the answer pages will help the student to understand the processes that a clinician goes through in dealing with the problems presented. Contents are organised to provide a quick review of each body system, with a selection of cases relevant to that specific system, then the majority are presented randomly to mimic real life in a GP surgery or emergency department. New to this edition: a review of each body system as well as random cases; new page design with a second colour used throughout; and brought up-to-date with 25% new cases.
Principles & Practice
Author: Vernon W. Lin, MD, PhD,Christopher M. Bono, MD
Publisher: Demos Medical Publishing
Praise for the First Edition "An injured spinal cord adversely affects more organ systems than virtually any other disease entity and requires the ongoing attention of physicians in multiple specialties. This comprehensive book details the wide range of care needed for the management of this chronic condition...This book is essential reading for specialists in rehabilitation medicine, and it is likely to become the standard textbook for specialists in spinal cord injury medicine. It will also be an important resource for primary care and emergency room physicians, internists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, urologists, othopedic surgeons, physical therapists, and others who care for patients with spinal cord injuries." -- New England Journal of Medicine "...the most definitive text book written on the subject... well referenced and up to date and undoubtedly deserves a place in any rehabilitation library." -- The World Federation For Neurorehabilitation
Author: Irfan Syed,Zishan Syed
Publisher: CRC Press
EMQs are a popular method of assessing how broad a knowledge of medicine an undergraduate has acquired. They can, however, be difficult to prepare for, and the best way to build understanding and confidence is with practice. Presenting 100 key EMQs covering the core areas of medicine and surgery, care had been taken by the authors to structure the questions and answers so that they reflect accurately the themes uncountered during study and, specifically, in final exams. Each subject covered is accompanied by a revision section which summarises key points and cross references them to other questions for revision purposes. Questions related to pharmacology, an area which many students find particularly challenging, are threaded throughout the book where relevant, mirroring the integrated teaching methods common to most medical schools. The second edition of EMQs in Clinical Medicine has been thoroughly revised and updated to reflect medical developments, while retaining the clear and comprehensive approach and popular revision boxes of its predecessor. The authors' first-hand experience of EMQ-based examinations, and awareness of the importance of reliable and accurate revision guides to medical students, ensure EMQs in Clinical Medicine remains and invaluable resource for all medical students undertaking the clinical part of their training, and an ideal companion during finals preparation.
Author: Alex Liakos,Martin Hill
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Oxford Assess and Progress: Clinical Medicine returns for a second edition with new questions, new illustrations, and updated cross-references to the ninth edition of the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine. This essential revision resource is packed with over 600 SBAs and EMQs that cover all the core aspects of clinical medicine to help you ace your Finals. Each question is accompanied by extensive feedback which explains not only the rationale behind the correct answer, but also why other options are incorrect. Cross-references to the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine and other definitive sources such as NICE and Resuscitation Council guidelines point you in the right direction for further study. To help you revise efficiently, each question is ranked by difficulty, allowing you to track your progression and test the limits of your knowledge. Books in the Oxford Assess and Progress series are written and edited by practicing clinicians and experts in medical education who review each question is reviewed to ensure that the content is of the best standard and reflective of real medical Finals. Progress to exam success with the second edition of Oxford Assess and Progress: Clinical Medicine.
Author: Binita Shah,Michael Lucchesi
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
More than 1,600 high-quality clinical images facilitate fast, accurate visual diagnosis in pediatric emergencies The Atlas of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, 2e gives you rapid access to the visual cues, diagnostic signs and symptoms, and acute treatment for all pediatric emergencies. The Editors and Contributors have compiled an extraordinary collection of their best clinical photographs and imaging studies and combined them with concise, logically organized text. Features: More than 1,600 top-quality clinical photographs and imaging Content that spans infancy through adolescence Comprehensive coverage of disorders organized by body systems, including trauma A consistent presentation provides immediate access to clinical features, differential diagnosis, treatment and disposition, and clinical pearls