A concise yet comprehensive guide to trauma evaluation and management covering the full scope of injuries
"This is a worthy update to the previous edition published 10 years ago. It is a helpful, quick introduction for students or a procedural pocket guide for emergency department practitioners. 3 Stars."--Doody's Review Service
Featuring a succinct outline approach, numerous illustrations, and a presentation of concepts devoid of institutional bias, Emergent Management of Trauma will prove to be indispensable for all trauma care practitioners, including attending and resident physicians, medical students, midlevel providers, nurses, and paramedics.
Covering the essential points of diagnosis, management, and disposition of the trauma patient, Emergent Management of Trauma is divided into six sections:
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Part I. Management Concepts; Chapter 1. Prehospital Issues; Chapter 2. Hospital Organization; Chapter 3. Patient Evaluation; Chapter 4. Airway Management; Chapter 5. Shock; Chapter 6. Fluids; Chapter 7. Operative Considerations; Part II. Anatomic Areas of Injury; Chapter 8. Head; Chapter 9. Eye; Chapter 10. Face; Chapter 11. Spine; Chapter 12. Neck; Chapter 13. Chest (Blunt); Chapter 14. Chest (Penetrating); Chapter 15. Abdomen (Blunt); Chapter 16. Abdomen (Penetrating); Chapter 17. Pelvis; Chapter 18. Genitourinary; Part III. Extremity Trauma; Chapter 19. Soft Tissue; Chapter 20. Hand; Chapter 21. Wrist; Chapter 22. Forearm; Chapter 23. Elbow; Chatper 24. Humerus; Chapter 25. Shoulder and Clavicle; Chapter 26. Hip and Femur; Chapter 27. Knee; Chapter 29. Leg and Ankle; Chapter 30. Foot; Part IV. Special Groups; Chapter 31. Children; Chapter 32. Pregnant Patients; Chapter 33. The Elderly; Part V. Environmental Issues; Chapter 34. Burns; Chapter 35. Near Drowning; Chapter 36. Temperature Extremes; Chapter 37. Terrorism Preparedness; Chapter 38. Nuclear Events; Chapter 39. Biologic Events; Chapter 40. Chemical Events; Part VI. Useful Resources