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Emergency medicine is always an Emerging department since it has almost Every Protocols that we need to know. Essential for anyone practicing in an emergency department or acute care setting, this new edition of this booo strikes the perfect balance between brevity and clinical necessity. It delivers exactly the amount of information needed for quick diagnosis, effective treatment, and improved outcomes — no more, no less. Every chapter of this edition has been updated to reflect the latest breakthroughs and developments, and the book is filled with high-quality illustrations designed to clarify difficult concepts.
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An emergency is commonly defined as any condition perceived by the prudent layperson—or someone on his or her behalf—as requiring immediate medical or surgical evaluation and treatment. On the basis of this definition, the American College of Emergency Physicians states that the practice of emergency medicine has the primary mission of evaluating, managing, and providing treatment to these patients with unexpected injury and illness. So what does an emergency physician EP do? The EP needs an amalgam of skills to treat a wide variety of injuries and illnesses, ranging from the diagnosis of an upper respiratory infection or dermatologic condition to resuscitation and stabilization of the multiple trauma patient. Furthermore, these physicians must be able to practice emergency medicine on patients of all ages and not just in urban tertiary-care facilities. Clinical emergency medicine may be practiced in emergency departments EDs , both rural and urban; urgent care clinics; and other settings such as at mass gathering incidents, through emergency medical services EMS , and in hazardous material and bioterrorism situations. It provides valuable clinical and administrative services to the health-care delivery system, including care for the indigent and others who lack access to health care, and has evolved as the most visible and vital component of a patchwork of health-care providers and facilities.
It is a concise compendium for emergency medicine practitioners. The text concentrates on practical aspects, with limited discussion of the basic sciences. This textbook comprises 48 chapters in 4 sections. Chapter 6 presents an extensive overview of emergency procedures. Although this chapter describes detailed procedures such as venous cutdown, it fails to address other contemporary procedures such as ultrasound-assisted venous access and the value of end-tidal carbon dioxide concentration in expired-air capnography. It must be noted that a valued strength of this chapter is the clear delineation of indications and contraindications for every procedure.
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