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Textbook of adult emergency medicine [electronic resource]

  • Cameron, Peter , Little, Mark , Mitra, Biswadev , Deasy, Conor
  • Elsevier
  • 2020
Textbook of adult emergency medicine [electronic resource]

초록

Since the first edition of Textbook of Adult Emergency Medicine was published twenty years ago, there has been enormous change in the way emergency care is delivered. This has occurred both in countries where emergency medicine was originally developed and in those where its application was limited because of cost. Emergency medicine is now perceived as the cornerstone of response to acute illness regardless of resources.

This fully revised Fifth Edition provides clear and consistent coverage of this constantly evolving specialty. Building on the success of previous editions it covers all the major topics relevant to the practice of emergency medicine. The book will prove invaluable to professionals working in this setting – including nurse specialists and paramedics – who require concise, highly practical guidance, incorporating the latest best practice and evidence-based guidelines.

This edition comes with an enhanced electronic version with video and self-assessment content, providing a richer learning experience and making rapid reference easier than ever before, anytime, anywhere.

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Introduction
1. 1. Basic life support
1. 2. Advanced life support
2. 1. Airway and ventilation management
2. 2. Oxygen therapy
2. 3. Haemodynamic monitoring
2. 4. Shock overview
2. 5. Sepsis and septic shock
2. 6. Arterial blood gases
2. 7. Cerebral resuscitation after cardiac arrest
2. 8. Anaphylaxis
3. 1. Trauma overview
3. 2. Neurotrauma
3. 3. Spinal trauma
3. 4. Facial trauma
3. 5. Abdominal trauma
3. 6. Chest trauma
3. 7. Limb trauma
3. 8. Radiology in major trauma
3. 9. Trauma in pregnancy
3. 10. Wound care and repair
3. 11. Burns
3. 12. Massive transfusion
4. 1. Injuries of the shoulder
4. 2. Dislocations of the elbow
4. 3. Fractures of the humerus
4. 4. Fractures of the forearm and carpal bones
4. 5. Hand injuries
4. 6. Pelvic injuries
4. 7. Hip injuries
4. 8. Femoral injuries
4. 9. Knee injuries
4. 10. Tibial and fibular injuries
4. 11. Ankle joint injuries
4. 12. Foot injuries
4. 13. Osteomyelitis
5. 1. Chest pain
5. 2. Acute coronary syndromes
5. 3. Assessment and management of acute pulmonary oedema
5. 4. Arrhythmias
5. 5. Pulmonary embolism
5. 6. Pericarditis, cardiac tamponade and myocarditis
5. 7. Heart valve emergencies
5. 8. Peripheral vascular disease
5. 9. Hypertension
5. 10. Aortic dissection
5. 11. Aneurysms
6. 1. Upper respiratory tract
6. 2. Asthma
6. 3. Community-acquired pneumonia
6. 4. Influenza and emerging respiratory infections
6. 5. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
6. 6. Pneumothorax
6. 7. Pleural effusion
6. 8. Haemoptysis
7. 1. Dysphagia
7. 2. Approach to abdominal pain
7. 3. Bowel obstruction
7. 4. Hernia
7. 5. Gastroenteritis
7. 6. Haematemesis and melaena
7. 7. Peptic ulcer disease and gastritis
7. 8. Biliary tract disease
7. 9. Acute pancreatitis
7. 10. Acute appendicitis
7. 11. Inflammatory bowel disease
7. 12. Acute liver failure
7. 13. Haematochezia
7. 14. Perianal conditions
8. 1. Headache
8. 2. Stroke and transient ischaemic attacks
8. 3. Subarachnoid haemorrhage
8. 4. Altered conscious state
8. 5. Seizures
8. 6. Syncope and vertigo
8. 7. Weakness
9. 1. Approach to undifferentiated fever in adults
9. 2. Meningitis
9. 3. Septic arthritis
9. 4. Urinary tract infections
9. 5. Skin and soft-tissue infections
9. 6. Hepatitis
9. 7. Human immunodeficiency virus and acquired immune deficiency syndrome
9. 8. Sexually transmitted infections
9. 9. Antibiotics in the emergency department
9. 10. Needlestick injuries and related blood and body fluid exposures
9. 11. Tropical infectious diseases
10. 1. Acute kidney injury
10. 2. The acute scrotum
10. 3. Renal colic
11. 1. Diabetes mellitus and hypoglycaemia : an overview
11. 2. Diabetic ketoacidosis and hyperosmolar, hyperglycaemic state
11. 3. Thyroid and adrenal emergencies
12. 1. Acid–base disorders
12. 2. Electrolyte disturbances
13. 1. Anaemia
13. 2. Neutropaenia
13. 3. Thrombocytopaenia
13. 4. Haemophilia
13. 5. Blood and blood products
14. 1. Rheumatological emergencies
14. 2. Monoarthritis
14. 3. Polyarthritis
14. 4. Musculoskeletal and soft-tissue emergencies
15. 1. Emergency dermatology
16. 1. Ocular emergencies
17. 1. Dental emergencies
18. 1. Ear, nose and throat emergencies
19. 1. Pelvic pain
19. 2. Pelvic inflammatory disease
19. 3. Abnormal vaginal bleeding in the non-pregnant patient
19. 4. Ectopic pregnancy and bleeding in early pregnancy
19. 5. Bleeding after the first trimester of pregnancy
19. 6. Pre-eclampsia and eclampsia
19. 7. Emergency delivery and complications
20. 1. Mental state assessment
20. 2. Distinguishing medical from psychiatric causes of mental disorder presentations
20. 3. Deliberate self-harm/suicide
20. 4. Depression
20. 5. Psychosis
20. 6. Pharmacological management of the aroused patient
21. 1. Death and dying
21. 2. Sexual assault
21. 3. Family violence
21. 4. Alcohol-related illness
21. 5. The challenging patient
21. 6. End-of-life decision making and palliative care
21. 7. Organ and tissue donation
22. 1. General pain management
22. 2. Local anaesthesia
22. 3. Emergency department procedural sedation
23. 1. Emergency department ultrasound
23. 2. Computed tomography scanning in emergency medicine
23. 3. Magnetic resonance imaging in emergency medicine
24. 1. Heat-related illness
24. 2. Hypothermia
24. 3. Dysbarism
24. 4. Radiation incidents
24. 5. Drowning
24. 6. Electric shock and lightning injury
24. 7. Altitude illness
25. 1. Approach to the poisoned patient
25. 2. Cardiovascular drugs
25. 3. Antipsychotic drugs
25. 4. Antidepressant drugs
25. 5. Lithium
25. 6. Paracetamol
25. 7. Salicylate
25. 8. Antidiabetic drugs
25. 9. Colchicine
25. 10. Theophylline and caffeine
25. 11. Iron
25. 12. Drugs of abuse
25. 13. Cyanide
25. 14. Hydrofluoric acid
25. 15. Pesticides
25. 16. Herbicides
25. 17. Ethanol and other ‘toxic’ alcohols
25. 18. Carbon monoxide
25. 19. Anticonvulsants
25. 20. Hymenoptera stings
25. 21. Toxidromes
25. 22. Chloroquine
25. 23. Opioids
25. 24. Oral anticoagulants
26. 1. Snakebite
26. 2. Exotic snakebite
26. 3. Spider bite
26. 4. Marine injury, envenomation and poisoning
27. 1. Research methodology
27. 2. Writing for publication
27. 3. Principles of medical education
27. 4. Teaching medical students emergency medicine
27. 5. Postgraduate emergency medicine teaching and simulation
28. 1. Mental health and the law: the Australian, NZ and UK perspectives
28. 2. The coroner: the Australian, NZ and UK perspectives
28. 3. Consent and competence—the Australian, NZ and UK perspectives
28. 4. Privacy and confidentiality
28. 5. Ethics in emergency medicine
29. 1. Pre-hospital emergency medicine
29. 2. Retrieval
29. 3. Medical issues in disasters
29. 4. Triage
29. 5. Emergency care in a humanitarian crisis
29. 6. Emergency department short stay units
29. 7. Overcrowding
29. 8. Rapid response systems and the emergency department
29. 9. Public health and emergency medicine
30. 1. Emergency department staffing
30. 2. Emergency department layout
30. 3. Quality assurance and quality improvement
30. 4. Business planning
30. 5. Accreditation, specialist training and recognition in Australia
30. 6. Specialist training and recognition in emergency medicine in the United Kingdom
30. 7. Complaints
30. 8. Patient safety
30. 9. Wellness, resilience and performance in emergency medicine