domingo, 18 de julio de 2010

Rosen's Emergency Medicine: Concepts and Clinical Practice, 6th Edition (3-Volume Set)

Rosen's Emergency Medicine: Concepts and Clinical Practice, 6th Edition (3-Volume Set)
by: John A. Marx Robert S. Hockberger Ron M. Walls
Apply the expertise of more than 300 of today's leading emergency medicine authorities! The completely revised 6th Edition continues to serve as the definitive emergency medicine resource. Now with a new full-color page layout "and many full-color illustrations" it encompasses all of today's scientific and clinical knowledge, with a focus on the diagnosis and management of the problems most frequently encountered in the emergency department. Comprehensive in scope and featuring a templated, user-friendly organization it remains the reference for up-to-the-minute, quick-access information when time is of the essence.

o Presents a stunning full-color art program to facilitate quick diagnosis, especially in cases related to dermatology and ophthalmology
o Offers comprehensive and authoritative coverage of today's hottest topics
o Features a new full-color page layout, color-coded pages, Pitfalls, At-A-Glance sections, and additional pathways for more rapid reference

o Presents a comprehensive treatment of emergency medicine through more than 200 chapters in seven sections: Fundamental Clinical Concepts, Trauma, Medicine and Surgery, Environment and Toxicology, Special Populations, Emergency Medical Services, and The Practice of Emergency Medicine.
o Offers the practice-proven expertise of more than 300 authorities who deliver cutting-edge guidance on every aspect of the field.

"An impressive work...belongs in every emergency department library." - JAMA


I: Critical Management Principles
1. Airway
2. Mechanical Ventilation and Noninvasive Ventilatory Support
3. Monitoring the Emergency Patient
4. Shock
5. Blood and Blood Components
6. Brain Resuscitation
7. Adult Resuscitation
8. Pediatric Resuscitation
9. Neonatal Resuscitation
II: Cardinal Presentations
10. Clinical Decision Making
11. Fever in the Adult Patient
12. Weakness
13. Dizziness and Vertigo
14. Confusion
15. Coma and Depressed Level of Consciousness
16. Seizures
17. Headache
18. Dyspnea
19. Chest Pain
20. Syncope
21. Nausea and Vomiting
22. Abdominal Pain
23. Gastrointestinal Bleeding
24. Diarrhea
25. Constipation
26. Jaundice
27. Acute Pelvic Pain
28. Vaginal Bleeding
29. Back Pain
30. Cyanosis
31. Sore Throat
32. Hemoptysis
33. Red and Painful Eye
I: General Concepts
34. Multiple Trauma
35. Trauma in Pregnancy
36. Pediatric Trauma
37. Geriatric Trauma
II: System Injuries
38. Head
39. Facial Trauma
40. Spinal Injuries
41. Neck
42. Thoracic Trauma
43. Abdominal Trauma
44. Genitourinary System
45. Peripheral Vascular Injury
III: Orthopedic Lesions
46. General Principles of Orthopedic Injuries
47. Hand
48. Wrist and Forearm
49. Humerus and Elbow
50. Shoulder
51. Musculoskeletal Back Pain
52. Pelvis
53. Femur and Hip
54. Knee and Lower Leg
55. Ankle and Foot
56. Wound Management Principles
57. Foreign Bodies
58. Mammalian Bites
59. Venomous Animal Injuries
60. Thermal Burns
61. Chemical Injuries
62. Injury Prevention and Control
63. Forensic Emergency Medicine
64. Child Maltreatment
65. Sexual Assault
66. Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse
67. Elder Abuse and Neglect
68. Youth, Gangs, and Violence
I: Head and Neck Disorders
69. Oral Medicine
70. Ophthalmology
71. Otolaryngology
II: Pulmonary System
72. Asthma
73. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
74. Upper Respiratory Tract Infections
75. Pneumonia
76. Pleural Disease
III: Cardiac System
77. Acute Coronary Syndromes
78. Dysrhythmias
79. Implantable Cardiac Devices
80. Heart Failure
81. Pericardial and Myocardial Disease
82. Infective Endocarditis and Valvular Heart Disease
IV: Vascular System
83. Hypertension
84. Aortic Dissection
85. Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm
86. Peripheral Arteriovascular Disease
87. Pulmonary Embolism and Deep Venous Thrombosis
88. Esophagus, Stomach and Duodenum
89. Liver and Biliary Tract
90. Pancreas
91. Disorders of the Small Intestine
92. Acute Appendicitis
93. Acute Gastroenteritis
94. Large Intestine
95. Anorectum
96. Renal Failure
97. Sexually Transmitted Diseases
98. Selected Urologic Problems
VII: Neurology
99. Stroke
100. Seizures
101. Headache
102. Delirium and Demetia
103. Brain and Cranial Nerve Disorders
104. Spinal Cord Disorders
105. Peripheral Nerve Disorders
106. Neuromuscular Disorders
107. Central Nervous System Infections
VIII: Psychiatric and Behavioral Disorders
108. Thought Disorders
109. Mood Disorders
110. Anxiety Disorders
111. Somatoform Disorders
112. Factitious Disorders and Malingering
113. Suicide
IX: Immunologic and Inflammatory
114. Arthritis
115. Tendinopathy and Bursitis
116. Systemic Lupus Erythmatosus and the Vasculitides
117. Allergy, Hypersensitivity, and Anaphylaxis
118. Dermatologic Presentations
X: Hematology and Oncology
119. Anemia, Polycythemia, and White Blood Cell Disorders
120. Disorders of Hemostasis
121. Selected Oncologic Emergencies
XI: Metabolism and Endocrinology
122. Acid-Base Disorders
123. Electrolyte Disturbances
124. Diabetes Mellitus and Disorders of Glucose Homeostasis-
125. Rhabdomyolysis
126. Thyroid and Adrenal Disorders
XII: Infectious Disease
127. Bacteria
128. Viruses
129. Rabies
130. AIDS and HIV
131. Parasites
132. Tick
133. Tuberculosis
134. Bone and Joint Infections
135. Soft-Tissue Infections
136. Sepsis Syndrome
I: Environmental
137. Frostbite
138. Accidental Hypothermia
139. Heat Illness
140. Electrical and Lighting Injuries
141. Scuba Diving and Dysbarism
142. High-Altitude Medicine
143. Submersion
144. Radiation Injuries
II: Toxicology
145. General Approach to the Poisoned Patient
146. Acetaminophen
147. Aspirin and Non-steroidal Agents
148. Anticholinergics
149. Antidepressants
150. Cardiovascular Drugs
151. Caustics
152. Cocaine and Other Sympathomimetics
153. Toxic Alchohols
154. Hallucinogens
155. Heavy Metals
156. Hydrocarbons
157. Inhaled Toxins
158. Lithium
159. Antipsychotics
160. Opioids
161. Pesticides
162. Plants, Mushrooms, and Herbal Medications
163. Sedative Hypnotics
I: The Pediatric Patient
164. General Approach to the Pediatric Patient
165. Fever
166. Pediatric Respiratory Emergencies: Upper Airway Obstruction and Infections
167. Pediatric Respiratory Emergencies: Lower Airway Obstruction
168. Pediatric Respiratory Emergencies: Disease of the Lungs
169. Cardiac Disorders
170. Gastrointestinal Disorders
171. Infectious Diarrheal Disease and Dehydration
172. Renal and Genitourinary Tract Disorders
173. Neurologic Disorders
174. Musculoskeletal Disorders
175. Sudden Infant Dath Syndrome and Apparent Life-Threatening Events
II: The Pregnant Patient
176. General Approach to the Pregnant Patient
177. Acute Complications of Pregnancy
178. Chronic Medical Illness During Pregnancy
179. Drug Therapy and Substance Abuse
180. Labor and Delivery and Their Complications
III: The Geriatric Patient
181. The Elder Patient
IV: The Patient with Compromised Immune Function
182. The Immunocompromised Patient
V: The Patient with an Organ Transplant
183. The Solid Organ Transplant Patient
VI: The Alcoholic and Substance Abuse Patient
184. Alcohol-Related Disease
185. Substance Abuse
186. Evaluation of the Developmentally and Physically Disabled Child
187. Pain Management
188. Procedural Sedation and Analgesia
IX: The Problem Patient
189. The Combative Patient
190. The Difficult Patient
191. Emergency Medical Service: Overview and Ground Transport
192. Air Medical Transport
193. Tactical Emergency Medical Support and Urban Search and Rescue
194. Disaster Preparedness
195. Weapons of Mass Destruction
I: Clinical Practice and Administration
196. Guidelines in Emergency Medicine
197. Medical Literature and Evidence
198. Observation Medicine: Clinical Decision Units
199. Occupational Medicine and Occupational Health
200. Hyperbaric Medicine
201. The Social Role of Emergency Medicine
202. Information Technology
203. Multiculturalism and Care Delivery
204. Process Improvement and Patient Safety
II: Philosophical Issue of Practice
205. Bioethics
206. End of Life
207. Medicolegal and Risk Management
208. Wellness, Stress, and the Impaired Physician

Rosen's Emergency Medicine: Concepts and Clinical Practice, 6th Edition (3-Volume Set)
by: John A. Marx Robert S. Hockberger Ron M. Walls

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