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    Language: English
    Description: Print version c2011. ; These chapters are available online only: e18.1, e108.1, e109.1, e158.1, e170.1, e235.1, e263.1, e263.2, e275.1, e293.1, e2951, e298,1, e298.2, e299.1, e299.2, e299.3, e299.4.
    Description: Table Of Contents: Section 1. Prehospital care -- section 2. Disaster preparedness -- section 3. Resuscitation -- section 4. Resuscitative procedures -- section 5. Analgesia, anesthesia, and procedural sedation -- section 6. Emergency wound management -- section 7. Cardiovascular disease -- section 8. Pulmonary emergencies -- section 9. Gastrointestinal emergencies -- section 10. Renal and genitourinary disorders -- section 11. Obstetrics and gynecology -- section 12. Pediatrics -- section 13. Infectious diseases -- section 14. Neurology -- section 15. Toxicology -- section 16. Environmental injuries -- section 17. Endocrine emergencies -- section 18. Hematologic and oncologic emergencies -- section 19. Eyes, ears, nose, throat, and oral surgery -- section 20. Skin disorders -- section 21. Trauma -- section 22. Injuries to bones and joints -- section 23. Musculoskeletal disorders -- section 24. Psychosocial disorders -- section 25. Abuse and assault -- section 26. Special situations -- section 27. Principles of imaging. -- Emergency medical services. -- Prehospital equipment and adjuncts. -- Air medical transport. -- Neonatal and pediatric transport. -- Mass gatherings. -- Disaster preparedness and response. -- Natural disasters. -- Bomb, blast, and crush injuries. -- Chemical agents and mass casualties. -- Bioterrorism response: implications for the emergency clinician. -- Radiation injuries. -- Noninvasive airway management. -- Pediatric airway management. -- Tracheal intubation and mechanical ventilation. -- Surgical airway management. -- Neonatal and pediatric intraosseous and central venous access. -- Venous and intraosseous access in adults. -- Hemodynamic monitoring. -- Cardiac pacing. -- Defibrillation and cardioversion. -- Pericardiocentesis. -- Acute pain management in adults. -- Pain management in infants and children. -- Local and regional anesthesia. -- Procedural sedation and analgesia. -- Adults with chronic pain. -- Evaluation of wounds. -- Wound preparation. -- Methods for wound closure. -- Lacerations to the face and scalp. -- Injuries to the arm, hand, fingertip, and nail. -- Lacerations of the leg and foot. -- Soft tissue foreign bodies. -- Puncture wounds and bites. -- Postrepair wound care. -- Chest pain: cardiac or not. -- Acute coronary syndromes: acute myocardial infarction and unstable angina. -- Cardiogenic shock. -- Low probability acute coronary syndrome. -- Syncope. -- Congestive heart failure and acute pulmonary edema. -- Valvular emergencies. -- Cardiomyopathies, myocarditis, and pericardial disease. -- Thromboembolism. -- Systemic and pulmonary hypertension. -- Aortic dissection and related aortic syndromes. -- Aneurysms of the aorta and major arteries. -- Occlusive arterial disease. -- Respiratory distress. -- Hemoptysis. -- Acute bronchitis and upper respiratory tract infections. -- Community-acquired pneumonia, aspiration pneumonia, and noninfectious pulmonary infiltrates. -- Empyema and lung abscess. -- Tuberculosis. -- Spontaneous and iatrogenic pneumothorax. -- Acute asthma in adults. -- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. -- Acute abdominal pain. -- Nausea and vomiting. -- Disorders presenting primarily with diarrhea. -- Acute and chronic constipation. -- Upper gastrointestinal bleeding. -- Lower gastrointestinal bleeding. -- Esophageal emergencies, gastroesophageal reflux disease, and swallowed foreign bodies. -- Peptic ulcer disease and gastritis. -- Pancreatitis and cholecystitis. -- Hepatic disorders, jaundice, and hepatic failure. -- Acute appendicitis. -- Diverticulitis. -- Bowel obstruction and volvulus. -- Hernias in adults. -- Anorectal disorders. -- Gastrointestinal procedures and devices. -- Complications of general surgical procedures. -- Acute renal failure. -- Rhabdomyolysis. -- Emergencies in renal failure and dialysis patients. -- Urinary tract infections and hematuria. -- Acute urinary retention. -- Male genital problems. -- Urologic stone disease. -- Complications of urologic procedures and devices. -- Renal transplant patient. -- Sexually transmitted diseases. -- Toxic shock syndrome and streptococcal toxic shock syndrome. -- Septic shock. -- Soft tissue infections. -- Disseminated viral infections. -- Human immunodeficiency virus infection and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. -- Infective endocarditis. -- Emergency delivery. -- Tetanus. -- Rabies. -- Malaria. -- Foodborne and waterborne diseases. -- Zoonotic infections. -- World travelers. -- Occupational exposures, infection control, and standard precautions. -- Pharmacology of antimicrobics, antifungals, and antivirals. -- General management of poisoned patients. -- Principles of drug interactions. -- Cyclic antidepressants. -- Atypical antidepressants, serotonin reuptake inhibitors, and serotonin syndrome. -- Monoamine oxidase inhibitors. -- Antipsychotics. -- Lithium. -- Barbiturates. -- Benzodiazepines. -- Nonbenzodiazepine sedatives. -- Alcohols. -- Opioids. -- Cocaine, methamphetamine, and other amphetamines. -- Hallucinogens. -- Aspirin and salicylates. -- Acetaminophen. -- Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. -- Methylxanthines and nicotine. -- Digitalis glycosides. -- Beta-blockers. -- Calcium channel blockers. -- Antihypertensive agents. -- Anticonvulsants. -- Iron. -- Hydrocarbons and volatile substances. -- Caustics. -- Pesticides. -- Anticholinergics. -- Metals and metalloids. -- Industrial toxins. -- Vitamins and herbals. -- Antimicrobials. -- Dyshemoglobinemias. -- Anemia. -- Tests of hemostasis. -- Acquired bleeding disorders. -- Clotting disorders. -- Hemophilias and von willebrand disease. -- Sickle cell disease and other hereditary hemolytic anemias. -- Acquired hemolytic anemia. -- Transfusion therapy. -- Anticoagulants, antiplatelet agents, and fibrinolytics. -- Emergency complications of malignancy. -- Common chemotherapeutic agents. -- Trauma in adults. -- Trauma in children. -- Geriatric trauma. -- Trauma in pregnancy. -- Head trauma in adults and children. -- Spine and spinal cord trauma. -- Trauma to the face. -- Trauma to the neck. -- Pulmonary trauma. -- Cardiac trauma. -- Abdominal trauma. -- Penetrating trauma to the flank and buttocks. -- Genitourinary trauma. -- Penetrating trauma to the extremities. -- Wound ballistics. -- Forensics. -- Initial evaluation and management of orthopedic injuries. -- Injuries to the hand and digits. -- Wrist injuries. -- Injuries to the elbow and forearm. -- Shoulder and humerus injuries. -- Pelvis injuries. -- Hip and femur injuries. -- Knee injuries. -- Leg injuries. -- Ankle injuries. -- Foot injuries. -- Compartment syndrome. -- Orthopedic devices and reconstruction. -- Child abuse and neglect. -- Female and male sexual assault. -- Intimate partner violence and abuse. -- Abuse of the elderly and impaired. -- Violent patient. -- Injection drug users. -- Transplant patient. -- Mentally retarded adult. -- Morbidly obese patient. -- Grief, death and dying, dnr/dni orders: delivering effective death notifications in the emergency department. -- Legal issues in emergency medicine. -- Management of prisoners attending the emergency department. -- Military medicine. -- Noninvasive myocardial imaging. -- Computed tomography. -- Magnetic resonance imaging. -- Emergency ultrasonography.
    Keywords: Emergency Medicine ; Emergency Medicine ; Emergencies
    ISBN: 9780071484800
    ISBN: 9780071744676
    ISBN: 9780071744669
    Source: AccessEmergency Medicine (McGraw Hill Education, LLC.) 〈img src=http://exlibris-pub.s3.amazonaws.com/McGraw%20Hill%20logo.jpg style="vertical-align:middle;margin-left:7px"〉
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    New York : McGraw-Hill
    Language: English
    Description: "Goldfrank's Toxicological Emergencies is a multi-authored text of more than 2000 pages prepared by utilizing the education and management principles we apply at the New York City Poison Center and at our clinical sites. In this ninth edition of Goldfrank's Toxicological Emergencies, we proudly offer readers an approach to medical toxicology using evidence based principles viewed through a lens of bedside clinical practice"--Provided by publisher. ; Print version c2011. ; Rev. ed. of: Goldfrank's toxicologic emergencies / Neal E. Flomenbaum ... [et al.]. 8th ed. c2006.
    Description: Table Of Contents: Part A. The general approach to medical toxicology -- part B. The fundamental principles of medical toxicology -- section 1. Biochemical and metabolic principles -- section 2. Pathophysiologic basis: organ systems -- section 3. Special populations -- part C. The clinical basis of medical toxicology -- section 1A. Analgesics and antiinflammatory medications -- section 1B. Dietary and nutritional xenobiotics -- section 1C. Pharmaceuticals -- section 1D. Antimicrobials -- section 1E. Cardiopulmonary medications -- section 1F. Anesthetics and related medications -- section 1G. Psychotropic medications -- section 1H. Substances of abuse -- section 1I. Metals -- section 1J. Household products -- section 1K. Pesticides -- section 1L. Natural toxins and envenomations -- section 1M. Occupational and environmental toxins -- section 1M. Disaster preparedness -- section 2. Poison centers and epidemiology. -- Table of antidotes in depth. -- Historical principles and perspectives. -- Toxicologic plagues and disasters in history. -- Initial evaluation of the patient: vital signs and toxic syndromes. -- Principles of managing the poisoned or overdosed patient. -- Diagnostic imaging. -- Laboratory principles. -- Techniques used to prevent gastrointestinal absorption. -- Antidotes in depth (A1): syrup of ipecac. -- Antidotes in depth (A2): activated charcoal. -- Antidotes in depth (A3): whole-bowel irrigation and other intestinal evacuants. -- Pharmacokinetic and toxicokinetic principles. -- Principles and techniques applied to enhance elimination. -- Use of the intensive care unit. -- Chemical principles. -- Biochemical and metabolic principles. -- Neurotransmitters and neuromodulators. -- Withdrawal principles. -- Thermoregulatory principles. -- Fluid, electrolyte, and acid6base principles. -- Psychiatric principles. -- Neurologic principles. -- Ophthalmic principles. -- Otolaryngologic principles. -- Respiratory principles. -- Electrophysiologic and electrocardiographic principles. -- Hemodynamic principles. -- Hematologic principles. -- Gastrointestinal principles. -- Hepatic principles. -- Renal principles. -- Genitourinary principles. -- Dermatologic principles. -- Reproductive and perinatal principles. -- Pediatric principles. -- Geriatric principles. -- Postmortem toxicology. -- Special considerations (SC1): organ procurement from poisoned patients. -- Acetaminophen. -- Antidotes in depth (A4): N-acetylcysteine. -- Salicylates. -- Antidotes in depth (A5): sodium bicarbonate. -- Nonsteroidal antiinflammatory agents. -- Colchicine, podophyllin and the vinca alkaloids. -- Special considerations (SC2): intrathecal administration of xenobiotics. -- Opioids. -- Antidotes in depth (A6): opioid antagonists. -- Dieting agents and regimens. -- Iron. -- Antidotes in depth (A7): deferoxamine. -- Vitamins. -- Essential oils. -- Herbal preparations. -- Athletic performance enhancers. -- Food poisoning. -- Botulism. -- Antidotes in depth (A8): botulinum antitoxin. -- Anticonvulsants. -- Antidotes in depth (A9): L-carnitine. -- Antidiabetics and hypoglycemics. -- Antidotes in depth (A10): dextrose. -- Antidotes in depth (A11): octreotide. -- Thyroid and antithyroid medications. -- Antihistamines and decongestants. -- Antidotes in depth (A12): physostigmine salicylate. -- Antimigraine medications. -- Antineoplastics overview. -- Antineoplastics: methotrexate. -- Antidotes in depth (A13): leucovorin (folinic acid) and folic acid. -- Antidotes in depth (A14): glucarpidase (carboxypeptidase G2). -- Special considerations (SC3): extravasation of xenobiotics. -- Miscellaneous antineoplastics. -- Pharmaceutical additives. -- Antibiotics, antifungals, and antivirals. -- Antituberculous medications. -- Antidotes in depth (A15): pyridoxine. -- Antimalarials. -- Anticoagulants. -- Antidotes in depth (A16): vitamin K1. -- Antidotes in depth (A17): protamine. -- Calcium channel blockers. -- Antidotes in depth (A18): insulin-euglycemia therapy. -- [Beta]-Adrenergic antagonists. -- Antidotes in depth (A19): glucagon. -- Other antihypertensives. -- Antidysrhythmics. -- Cardioactive steroids. -- Antidotes in depth (A20): digoxin-specific antibody fragments. -- Methylxanthines and selective [beta superscript 2] -adrenergic agonists. -- Local anesthetics. -- Antidotes in depth (A21): intravenous fat emulsions. -- Inhalational anesthetics. -- Neuromuscular blockers. -- Antidotes in depth (A22): dantrolene sodium. -- Antipsychotics. -- Lithium. -- Monoamine oxidase inhibitors. -- Serotonin reuptake inhibitors and atypical antidepressants. -- Cyclic antidepressants. -- Sedative-hypnotics. -- Antidotes in depth (A23): flumazenil. -- Amphetamines. -- Cocaine. -- Special considerations (SC4): internal concealment of xenobiotics. -- Antidotes in depth (A24): benzodiazepines. -- Ethanol. -- Antidotes in depth (A25): thiamine hydrochloride. -- Ethanol withdrawal. -- Disulfiram and disulfiramlike reactions. -- [Gamma]-Hydroxybutyric acid. -- Inhalants. -- Hallucinogens. -- Cannabinoids. -- Nicotine. -- Phencyclidine and ketamine. -- Aluminum. -- Antimony. -- Arsenic. -- Antidotes in depth (A26): dimercaprol (British anti-Lewisite or BAL). -- Bismuth. -- Cadmium. -- Chromium. -- Cobalt. -- Copper. -- Lead. -- Antidotes in depth (A27): succimer (2,3-dimercaptosuccinic acid). -- Antidotes in depth (A28): edetate calcium disodium (CaNa2EDTA). -- Manganese. -- Mercury. -- Nickel. -- Selenium. -- Silver. -- Thallium. -- Antidotes in depth (A29): Prussian blue. -- Zinc. -- Antiseptics, disinfectants, and sterilants. -- Camphor and moth repellents. -- Caustics. -- Hydrofluoric acid and fluorides. -- Antidotes in depth (A30): calcium. -- Hydrocarbons. -- Toxic alcohols. -- Special considerations (SC5): diethylene glycol. -- Antidotes in depth (A31): fomepizole. -- Antidotes in depth (A32): ethanol. -- Pesticides: an overview with a focus on principles and rodenticides. -- Barium. -- Sodium monofluoroacetate and fluoroacetamide. -- Phosphorus. -- Strychnine. -- Insecticides: organic phosphorus compounds and carbamates. -- Antidotes in depth (A33): pralidoxime. -- Antidotes in depth (A34): atropine. -- Insecticides: organic chlorines, pyrethrins/pyrethroids, and insect repellents. -- Herbicides. -- Methyl cromide and other fumigants. -- Mushrooms. -- Plants. -- Arthropods. -- Antidotes in depth (A35): antivenom (scorpion and spider). -- Marine envenomations. -- Snakes and other reptiles. -- Antidotes in depth (A36): antivenom (crotaline). -- Industrial poisoning: information and control. -- Nanotoxicology. -- Simple asphyxiants and pulmonary irritants. -- Carbon monoxide. -- Antidotes in depth (A37): hyperbaric oxygen. -- Cyanide and hydrogen sulfide. -- Antidotes in depth (A38): sodium and amyl nitrite. -- Antidotes in depth (A39): sodium thiosulfate. -- Antidotes in depth (A40): hydroxocobalamin. -- Methemoglobin inducers. -- Antidotes in depth (A41): methylene blue. -- Smoke inhalation. -- Risk assessment and risk communication. -- Hazmat incident response. -- Chemical weapons. -- Biological weapons. -- Radiation. -- Antidotes in depth (A42): potassium iodide. -- Antidotes in depth (A43): DTPA [pentetic acid or pentetate (zinc or calcium) trisodium]. -- Poison prevention and education. -- Poison centers and poison epidemiology. -- International perspectives on medical toxicology. -- Principles of epidemiology and research design. -- Adverse drug events and postmarketing surveillance. -- Medication safety and adverse drug events. -- Risk management and legal principles.
    Keywords: Toxicological Emergencies ; Toxicological Emergencies–Case Studies ; Emergencies–Case Reports ; Emergencies–Examination Questions ; Poisoning–Case Reports ; Poisoning–Examination Questions ; Poisons–Case Reports ; Poisons–Examination Questions
    ISBN: 9780071605946
    ISBN: 9780071605939
    ISBN: 9780071605953
    Source: AccessEmergency Medicine (McGraw Hill Education, LLC.) 〈img src=http://exlibris-pub.s3.amazonaws.com/McGraw%20Hill%20logo.jpg style="vertical-align:middle;margin-left:7px"〉
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