Case Files: Emergency Medicine 3/e
- Toy E.C.
- Product type:
» Emergency Medicine / Surgery / Burns
» Reference works
Surgery » Emergency Medicine / Surgery / Burns » Emergency surgery
- Publication date:
- September 2012
- € 34.95
You need exposure to high-yield cases to excel on the emergency medicine clerkship and the shelf-exam. Case Files: Emergency Medicine presents 50 real-life cases that illustrate essential concepts in emergency medicine. Each case includes a complete discussion, clinical pearls, references, definitions of key terms, and USMLE-style review questions. With this system, you'll learn in the context of real patients, rather then merely memorize facts.
60 high-yield emergency medicine cases, each with USMLE-style questions
Clinical pearls highlight key concepts
Primer on how to approach clinical problems and think like a doctor
Proven learning system maximizes your shelf-exam scores
Eugene C. Toy, MD is a dual certified family physician and ob/gyn. He is the John S. Dunn Senior Academic Chair and Program Director of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program; Vice Chair of Academic Affairs in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at The Methodist Hospital--Houston; Clerkship Director and Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at The University of Texas--Houston Medical School (Houston, Texas).
Barry Simon, MD is Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine University of California, San Francisco Chairman, Department of Emergency Medicine Alameda County Medical Center Oakland, California San Francisco, CA.
Kay Takenaka, MD Emergency Medicine Clerkship Director UT-Houston School of Medicine Houston, TX.
Adam Rosh, MD earned a BS in Biochemistry and a Master's Degree in Microbiology from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He completed his MD at UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and is currently Chief Resident in Emergency Medicine at NYU/Bellevue Hospital Center in New York City
Table of contents
Section I: How to Approach Clinical Problems; Part 1. Approach to the Patient; Part 2. Approach to Clinical Problem Solving; Part 3. Approach to Reading; Section II. Clinical Cases; Section III. Listing of Cases.