Oxford American Handbook of Emergency Medicine
Oxford University Press
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Written by leading American practitioners, the Oxford American Handbook of Emergency Medicine offers an overview of the entire specialty, featuring instant access to guidance on the conditions that are most likely to be encountered. Precise and prescriptive, the handbook offers up-to-date advice on examination, investigations, common procedures, and in-patient care. The application will be an invaluable resource for residents and students, as well as a useful reference for practitioners.
The Oxford Handbook of Emergency Medicine is a dependable manual geared for ultra-quick reference at any time. Part of the worldwide best-selling series, this book provides much more information than a standard handbook in the field. It uses concise, bulleted text, quick reference tabs, four color presentation, and bookmark features to help provide fast answers on the ward. It is ideal for students, residents and anyone wanting a succinct, comprehensive, and affordable application of the Oxford Handbook Series.
Review of the book:
"The book is extremely well organized with an easy-to-use table of contents....The citations, both to external references and internal cross-references are thorough and evidence based. Brown often references PubMed directly in the text, which makes verifying information an easy task. Because emergency medicine is a complex field with many overlapping disciplines, topics are also cross-referenced in a helpful manner...Overall, this book would be a useful tool in the arsenal of any medical student or resident....for a quick reference, this book is the perfect fit."--The Journal of Emergency Medicine
Audience:This Oxford American Handbook is intended for an audience in the U.S.A. and Canada.Authors: Jeremy Brown, J. P. Wyatt, R. N. Illingworth, M. J. Clancy and P. Munro