Principles and Practice of Emergency Medicine, Volume 2
George R. Schwartz, C. Gene Cayten
Lea & Febiger, 1992 - Emergency medicine - 3379 pages
This resource sets out to consolidate the essential aspects of clinical medicine for virtually every disease condition encountered in the acute care environment. The techniques, treatments, drug dosages and clinical findings needed in emergency situations are all covered in these two volumes. Sections are included on resuscitation, trauma, non-traumatic organ system emergencies, obstetrics and gynaecology, geriatrics, paediatrics, environmental emergencies, psychiatric and behavioural emergencies, and toxicology.
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