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Tintinalli's emergency medicine a comprehensive study guide [electronic resource]

Tintinalli, Judith E

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개인저자Tintinalli, Judith E.,,ed.
Stapczynski, J. Stephan,,ed.
서명/저자사항Tintinalli's emergency medicine [electronic resource] : a comprehensive study guide / editor-in-chief, Judith E. Tintinalli ; co-editors, J. Stephan Stapczynski ... [et al.].
판사항7th ed.
발행사항New York, N.Y. :McGraw-Hill Education LLC.,c2011, c2004, c2000, c1996, c1992, c1988, c1985.
형태사항xl, 2120 p. :ill., figs., tables.
총서사항McGraw-Hill's AccessMedicine
총서부출표목McGraw-Hill's AccessMedicine.
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ISBN9780071744676 (Book)
0071744673 (Book)
9780071484800 (Set)
0071484809 (Set)
9780071744669 (DVD)
0071744665 (DVD)
일반주기 Rev. ed. of: Emergency medicine / editor-in-chief, Judith E. Tintinalli. 6th ed. c2004.
서지주기Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
내용주기Section 1. Prehospital care -- Chapter 1. Emergency medical services -- Chapter 2. Prehospital equipment and adjuncts -- Chapter 3. Air medical transport -- Chapter 4. Neonatal and pediatric transport -- Chapter 5. Mass gatherings -- Section 2. Disaster preparedness -- Chapter 6. Disaster preparedness and response -- Chapter 7. Natural disasters -- Chapter 8. Bomb, blast, and crush injuries -- Chapter 9. Chemical agents and mass casualties -- Chapter 10. Bioterrorism recognition and response: implications for the emergency clinician -- Chapter 11. Radiation injuries -- Section 3. Resuscitation -- Chapter 12. Sudden cardiac death -- Chapter 13. Basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation in adults -- Chapter 14. Resuscitation of neonates -- Chapter 15. Resuscitation of children -- Chapter 16. Resuscitation issues in pregnancy -- Chapter 17. Ethical issues of resuscitation -- Chapter 18. Cerebral resuscitation and therapeutic hypothermia -- Chapter e18.1. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy -- Chapter 19. Acid-base disorders -- Chapter 20. Blood gases -- Chapter 21. Fluids and electrolytes -- Chapter 22. Cardiac rhythm disturbances -- Chapter 23. Pharmacology of antiarrhythmics -- Chapter 24. Pharmacology of vasopressor agents -- Chapter 25. Approach to the patient in shock -- Chapter 26. Fluid and blood resuscitation -- Chapter 27. Anaphylaxis, acute allergic reactions, and angioedema -- Section 4. Resuscitative procedures -- Chapter 28. Noninvasive airway management -- Chapter 29. Pediatric airway management -- Chapter 30. Tracheal intubation and mechanical ventilation -- Chapter 31. Surgical airway management -- Chapter 32. Neonatal and pediatric intraosseous and central venous access -- Chapter 33. Venous and intraosseous access in adults -- Chapter 34. Hemodynamic monitoring -- Chapter 35. Cardiac pacing -- Chapter 36. Defibrillation and cardioversion -- Chapter 37. Pericardiocentesis -- Section 5. Analgesia, anesthesia, and procedural sedation -- Chapter 38. Acute pain management in adults -- Chapter 39. Pain management in infants and children -- Chapter 40. Local and regional anesthesia -- Chapter 41. Procedural sedation and analgesia -- Chapter 42. Adults with chronic pain -- Section 6. Emergency wound management -- Chapter 43. Evaluation of wounds -- Chapter 44. Wound preparation -- Chapter 45. Methods for wound closure -- Chapter 46. Lacerations to the face and scalp -- Chapter 47. Injuries to the arm, hand, fingertip, and nail -- Chapter 48. Lacerations of the leg and foot -- Chapter 49. Soft tissue foreign bodies -- Chapter 50. Puncture wounds and bites -- Chapter 51. Postrepair wound care -- Section 7. Cardiovascular disease -- Chapter 52. Chest pain: cardiac or not -- Chapter 53. Acute coronary syndromes: acute myocardial infarction and unstable angina -- Chapter 54. Cardiogenic shock -- Chapter 55. Low probability acute coronary syndrome -- Chapter 56. Syncope -- Chapter 57. Congestive heart failure and acute pulmonary edema -- Chapter 58. Valvular emergencies -- Chapter 59. The cardiomyopathies, myocarditis, and pericardial disease -- Chapter 60. Thromboembolism -- Chapter 61. Systemic and pulmonary hypertension -- Chapter 62. Aortic dissection and related aortic syndromes -- Chapter 63. Aneurysms of the aorta and major arteries -- Chapter 64. Occlusive arterial disease -- Section 8. Pulmonary emergencies -- Chapter 65. Respiratory distress -- Chapter 66. Hemoptysis -- Chapter 67. Acute bronchitis and upper respiratory tract infections -- Chapter 68. Community-acquired pneumonia, aspiration pneumonia, and noninfectious pulmonary infiltrates -- Chapter 69. Empyema and lung abscess -- Chapter 70. Tuberculosis -- Chapter 71. Spontaneous and iatrogenic pneumothorax -- Chapter 72. Acute asthma in adults -- Chapter 73. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease -- Section 9. Gastrointestinal emergencies -- Chapter 74. Acute abdominal pain -- Chapter 75. Nausea and vomiting -- Chapter 76. Disorders presenting primarily with diarrhea -- Chapter 77. Acute and chronic constipation -- Chapter 78. Upper gastrointestinal bleeding -- Chapter 79. Lower gastrointestinal bleeding -- Chapter 80. Esophageal emergencies, gastroesophageal reflux disease, and swallowed foreign bodies -- Chapter 81. Peptic ulcer disease and gastritis -- Chapter 82. Pancreatitis and cholecystitis -- Chapter 83. Hepatic disorders, jaundice, and hepatic failure -- Chapter 84. Acute appendicitis -- Chapter 85. Diverticulitis -- Chapter 86. Bowel obstruction and volvulus -- Chapter 87. Hernias in adults -- Chapter 88. Anorectal disorders -- Chapter 89. Gastrointestinal procedures and devices -- Chapter 90. Complications of general surgical procedures -- Section 10. Renal and genitourinary disorders -- Chapter 91. Acute renal failure -- Chapter 92. Rhabdomyolysis -- Chapter 93. Emergencies in renal failure and dialysis patients -- Chapter 94. Urinary tract infections and hematuria -- Chapter 95. Acute urinary retention -- Chapter 96. Male genital problems -- Chapter 97. Urologic stone disease -- Chapter 98. Complications of urologic procedures and devices -- Section 11. Obstetrics and gynecology -- Chapter 99. Vaginal bleeding in the nonpregnant patient -- Chapter 100. Abdominal and pelvic pain in the nonpregnant female -- Chapter 101. Ectopic pregnancy and emergencies in the first 20 weeks of pregnancy -- Chapter 102. Comorbid diseases in pregnancy -- Chapter 103. Normal pregnancy -- Chapter 104. Emergencies after 20 weeks of pregnancy and the postpartum period -- Chapter 105. Emergency delivery -- Chapter 106. Vulvovaginitis -- Chapter 107. Pelvic inflammatory disease -- Chapter 108. Breast disorders -- Chapter e108.1. Urogynecologic disorders and gynecologic oncology -- Chapter 109. Complications of gynecologic procedures -- Section 12. Pediatrics -- Chapter e109.1. Assessment of the child in the emergency department: a practical application of normal child development -- Chapter 110. Emergency care of children -- Chapter 111. Neonatal emergencies and common neonatal problems -- Chapter 112. Sudden infant death syndrome and apparent life-threatening event -- Chapter 113. Fever and serious bacterial illness -- Chapter 114. Ear and mastoid disorders in infants and children -- Chapter 115. Eye problems in infants and children -- Chapter 116. The nose and sinuses -- Chapter 117. The mouth and throat -- Chapter 118. Neck masses in children -- Chapter 119. Stridor and drooling -- Chapter 120. Wheezing in infants and children -- Chapter 121. Pneumonia in infants and children -- Chapter 122a. Pediatric heart disease: congenital heart defects -- Chapter 122b. Pediatric heart disease: acquired heart disease -- Chapter 123. Vomiting, diarrhea, and dehydration in children -- Chapter 124. Acute abdominal pain in children -- Chapter 125. Gastrointestinal bleeding in children -- Chapter 126. Urinary tract infection in infants and children -- Chapter 127. Urologic and gynecologic problems and procedures in children -- Chapter 128. Renal emergencies in infants and children -- Chapter 129. Seizures and status epilepticus in children -- Chapter 130. Headaches in children -- Chapter 131. Altered mental status in children -- Chapter 132. Minor head injury in infants and children -- Chapter 133. Musculoskeletal disorders in children -- Chapter 134. Rashes in infants and children -- Chapter 135. Sickle cell disease -- Chapter 136. Oncology and hematology emergencies in children -- Chapter 137. Hypoglycemia and metabolic emergencies in infants and children -- Chapter 138. The child with special health care needs -- Chapter 139. The child with diabetes -- Chapter 140. Syncope and sudden death in children -- Chapter 141. Behavioral and psychiatric disorders in children and infants -- Chapter 142. Fluid and electrolyte therapy in infants and children -- Chapter 143a. Pediatric procedures: nasal and otic foreign bodies -- Chapter 143b. Pediatric procedures: lumbar puncture in children -- Chapter 143c.
Pediatric procedures: nursemaids' elbow reduction -- Chapter 143d. Pediatric procedures: electrocardiogram interpretation -- Section 13. Infectious diseases -- Chapter 144. Sexually transmitted diseases.
Chapter 145. Toxic shock syndrome and streptococcal toxic shock syndrome -- Chapter 146. Septic shock -- Chapter 147. Soft tissue infections -- Chapter 148. Disseminated viral infections -- Chapter 149. Human immunodeficiency virus infection and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome -- Chapter 150. Infective endocarditis -- Chapter 151. Tetanus -- Chapter 152. Rabies -- Chapter 153. Malaria -- Chapter 154. Foodborne and waterborne diseases -- Chapter 155. Zoonotic infections -- Chapter 156. World travelers -- Chapter 157. Occupational exposures, infection control, and standard precautions -- Chapter 158. Pharmacology of antimicrobics, antifungals, and antivirals -- Section 14. Neurology -- Chapter e158.1. The neurologic examination in the emergency setting -- Chapter 159. Headache and facial pain -- Chapter 160. Spontaneous subarachnoid and intracerebral hemorrhage -- Chapter 161. Stroke, transient ischemic attack, and cervical artery dissection -- Chapter 162. Altered mental status and coma -- Chapter 163. Ataxia and gait disturbances -- Chapter 164. Vertigo and dizziness -- Chapter 165. Seizures and status epilepticus in adults -- Chapter 166. Acute peripheral neurologic lesions -- Chapter 167. Chronic neurologic disorders -- Chapter 168. Central nervous system and spinal infections -- Chapter 169. Central nervous system procedures and devices -- Section 15. Toxicology -- Chapter 170. General management of poisoned patients -- Chapter e170.1. Principles of drug interactions -- Chapter 171. Cyclic antidepressants -- Chapter 172. Atypical antidepressants, serotonin reuptake inhibitors, and serotonin syndrome -- Chapter 173. Monoamine oxidase inhibitors -- Chapter 174. Antipsychotics -- Chapter 175. Lithium -- Chapter 176. Barbiturates -- Chapter 177. Benzodiazepines -- Chapter 178. Nonbenzodiazepine sedatives -- Chapter 179. Alcohols -- Chapter 180. Opioids -- Chapter 181. Cocaine, methamphetamine, and other amphetamines -- Chapter 182. Hallucinogens -- Chapter 183. Aspirin and salicylates -- Chapter 184. Acetaminophen -- Chapter 185. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs -- Chapter 186. Methylxanthines and nicotine -- Chapter 187. Digitalis glycosides -- Chapter 188. ?-blockers -- Chapter 189. Calcium channel blockers -- Chapter 190. Antihypertensive agents -- Chapter 191. Anticonvulsants -- Chapter 192. Iron -- Chapter 193. Hydrocarbons and volatile substances -- Chapter 194. Caustics -- Chapter 195. Pesticides -- Chapter 196. Anticholinergics -- Chapter 197. Metals and metalloids -- Chapter 198. Industrial toxins -- Chapter 199. Vitamins and herbals -- Chapter 200. Antimicrobials -- Chapter 201. Dyshemoglobinemias -- Section 16. Environmental injuries -- Chapter 202. Frostbite and other localized cold injuries -- Chapter 203. Hypothermia -- Chapter 204. Heat emergencies -- Chapter 205. Bites and stings -- Chapter 206. Reptile bites -- Chapter 207. Trauma and envenomations from marine fauna -- Chapter 208. Dysbarism and complications of diving -- Chapter 209. Drowning -- Chapter 210. Thermal burns -- Chapter 211. Chemical burns -- Chapter 212. Electrical injuries -- Chapter 213. Lightning injuries -- Chapter 214. Mushroom poisoning -- Chapter 215. Poisonous plants -- Chapter 216. High-altitude medical problems -- Chapter 217. Carbon monoxide -- Section 17. Endocrine emergencies -- Chapter 218. Type 1 diabetes mellitus -- Chapter 219. Type 2 diabetes mellitus -- Chapter 220. Diabetic ketoacidosis -- Chapter 221. Alcoholic ketoacidosis -- Chapter 222. Hyperosmolar hyperglycemic state -- Chapter 223. Thyroid disorders: hypothyroidism and myxedema crisis -- Chapter 224. Thyroid disorders: hyperthyroidism and thyroid storm -- Chapter 225. Adrenal insufficiency and adrenal crisis -- Section 18. Hematologic and oncologic emergencies -- Chapter 226. Anemia -- Chapter 227. Tests of hemostasis -- Chapter 228. Acquired bleeding disorders -- Chapter 229. Clotting disorders -- Chapter 230. Hemophilias and von willebrand disease -- Chapter 231. Sickle cell disease and other hereditary hemolytic anemias -- Chapter 232. Acquired hemolytic anemia -- Chapter 233. Transfusion therapy -- Chapter 234. Anticoagulants, antiplatelet agents, and fibrinolytics -- Chapter 235. Emergency complications of malignancy -- Chapter e235.1. Common chemotherapeutic agents -- Section 19. Eyes, ears, nose, throat, and oral surgery -- Chapter 236. Eye emergencies -- Chapter 237. Common disorders of the external, middle, and inner ear -- Chapter 238. Face and jaw emergencies -- Chapter 239. Epistaxis, nasal fractures, and rhinosinusitis -- Chapter 240. Oral and dental emergencies -- Chapter 241. Infections and disorders of the neck and upper airway -- Chapter 242. Complications of airway devices -- Section 20. Skin disorders -- Chapter 243. Approach to skin disorders in the emergency department -- Chapter 244. Treatment of skin disorders in the emergency department -- Chapter 245. Serious generalized skin disorders -- Chapter 246. Disorders of the face and scalp -- Chapter 247. Disorders of the hands, feet, and extremities -- Chapter 248. Disorders of the groin and skinfolds -- Chapter 249. Skin disorders common on the trunk -- Section 21. Trauma -- Chapter 250. Trauma in adults -- Chapter 251. Trauma in children -- Chapter 252. Geriatric trauma -- Chapter 253. Trauma in pregnancy -- Chapter 254. Head trauma in adults and children -- Chapter 255. Spine and spinal cord trauma -- Chapter 256. Trauma to the face -- Chapter 257. Trauma to the neck -- Chapter 258. Pulmonary trauma -- Chapter 259. Cardiac trauma -- Chapter 260. Abdominal trauma -- Chapter 261. Penetrating trauma to the flank and buttocks -- Chapter 262. Genitourinary trauma -- Chapter 263. Penetrating trauma to the extremities -- Chapter e263.1. Wound ballistics -- Chapter e263.2. Forensics -- Section 22. Injuries to bones and joints -- Chapter 264. Initial evaluation and management of orthopedic injuries -- Chapter 265. Injuries to the hand and digits -- Chapter 266. Wrist injuries -- Chapter 267. Injuries to the elbow and forearm -- Chapter 268. Shoulder and humerus injuries -- Chapter 269. Pelvis injuries -- Chapter 270. Hip and femur injuries -- Chapter 271. Knee injuries -- Chapter 272. Leg injuries -- Chapter 273. Ankle injuries -- Chapter 274. Foot injuries -- Chapter 275. Compartment syndrome -- Chapter e275.1. Orthopedic devices and reconstruction -- Section 23. Musculoskeletal disorders -- Chapter 276. Neck and back pain -- Chapter 277. Shoulder pain -- Chapter 278. Hip and knee pain -- Chapter 279. Emergencies in systemic rheumatic diseases -- Chapter 280. Nontraumatic disorders of the hand -- Chapter 281. Acute disorders of the joints and bursae -- Chapter 282. Soft tissue problems of the foot -- Section 24. Psychosocial disorders -- Chapter 283. Behavioral disorders: emergency assessment -- Chapter 284. Behavioral disorders: diagnostic criteria -- Chapter 285. Psychotropic medications and rapid tranquilization -- Chapter 286. Anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa -- Chapter 287. Panic disorder -- Chapter 288. Conversion disorder -- Chapter 289. Alcohol and other drugs of abuse -- Section 25. Abuse and assault -- Chapter 290. Child abuse and neglect -- Chapter 291. Female and male sexual assault -- Chapter 292. Intimate partner violence and abuse -- Chapter 293. Abuse of the elderly and impaired -- Chapter e293.1. The violent patient -- Section 26. Special situations -- Chapter 294. Injection drug users -- Chapter 295. The transplant patient -- Chapter e295.1. The mentally retarded adult -- Chapter 296. The morbidly obese patient -- Chapter 297. Grief, death and dying, dnr/dni orders: delivering effective death notifications in the emergency department -- Chapter 298. Legal issues in emergency medicine -- Chapter e298.1. Management of prisoners attending the emergency department -- Chapter e298.2. Military medicine -- Section 27. Principles of imaging -- Chapter e299.1.
Noninvasive myocardial imaging -- Chapter e299.2. Computed tomography -- Chapter e299.3. Magnetic resonance imaging -- Chapter e299.4. Emergency ultrasonography.
요약With 418 contributors representing over 120 medical centers from around the world, this book comprehensively covers the entire field of emergency medicine -- from prehospital care, disaster preparedness, and basic resuscitative techniques -- to all the major diseases and disorders encountered in the emergency department. Unquestionably the leading text in the field, this is a true must-have reference for everyone in emergency medicine from residents to practicing physicians. The Seventh Edition is highlighted by a new full-color presentation, a companion DVD with 17 additional chapters, a greater international focus, and innovative new features and content.
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