Emergency Medicine: Topics and Problems is a concise and practical guide for undergraduate medical students covering over 50 common problems in emergency medicine. It is an essential study aid and self-assessment tool for medical students. It features real life clinical case scenarios with questions and short answers. It covers a combination of common and unusual emergency presentations in a practical and hands-on manner. It provides clear clinical guidelines and practical tips from two experienced lectures and leading experts in the field.
|Publication date:||30th September 1999|
|Author:||Professor George Jelinek, Ian Rogers|
|Publisher:||Blackwell Publishing Asia|
|Categories:||Accident & emergency medicine,|