While it offers a historical perspective, it is actually not as comprehensive as Tintinalli on certain topics for instance compare the sickle cell anemia sections. Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine -Billed as a review book for the boards, this book is actually one of the more complete textbooks. This is the one I would go to if I need to look something up during a shift. We have copies in the ED at both sites. This textbook is the book you want to read through before your peds ED rotations. It describes in exhaustive detail almost every procedure you will need to know in your career in EM.
This might be one to actually buy with your CME money. It is also available free through mdconsult, but lacking some of the photos. Just remember, it does not inspire all that much confidence when your moribund patient sees you reading the how to intubate chapter.
Diagrams instead of photos are a far more effective teaching tools. Absolutely complete. So expensive, but so good; this is my recommended procedure text. Get through this one during your orientation month.
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You'll want to know the basics of intubation before your first ed shift. It is one of the few procedures we do where you can't really take your time. The Airway Cam Guide to Intubation and Practical Emergency Airway Management -While Wall's text teaches the skills of airway management, this book teaches laryngoscopy and the skills of placing plastic between the cords. You need to read! Cope's Early Diagnosis of the Acute Abdomen Silen, Early Diagnosis of the Acute Abdomen -If you have not read it during med school, pick it up during your surgery block from the library.
Make sure it is the newest addition where they emphatically recommend pain meds for abd pain pts and it is written by a surgeon. This is a perfect introductory text for residents. Covers Trauma from A to Z in a easy to read format. Trauma, Seventh Edition -The be-all end-all of trauma management. Geared towards the surgeon so be prepared to skim. It is written by and for EM docs, so no boring crap, just the important stuff we need to know. Common Hand Injuries by Carter years old and still the best hand book out there.
You need to know the hand; this book is the way to learn. It even has cartoons. Out of print forever, it has just been released in a 2nd edition as an ebook.
Carter still has them beat. Toxicology Secrets, 1e -Hate to recommend review books, but this series keeps coming through. This book has gone out of print, so Steve Smith who is super-kind has decided to give away the full text for free.
Electrocardiography in Emergency Medicine -Until Dr. Smith's book returns to print, this incredible work edited by the master, Amal Mattu, is the one I recommend. Critical Care Ultrasonography, 2nd edition -This book will take your ultrasound skills to the next level to be able to optimally manage the critically ill patient. Minor Emergencies: Expert Consult — Online and Print, 3e -Covers all the emergencies that need to be treated but don't need to come in by ambulance, ie.
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