ECG in Emergency Medicine and Acute Care
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ECG in Emergency Medicine and Acute Care provides a comprehensive, clinically relevant resource on electrocardiography for those who care for patients in the emergency setting. The book provides succinct information on ECG abnormalities and their etiologic differential diagnoses; diagnostic criteria for the ECG manifestations of various clinical diseases/ entities; and many 12-lead ECG examples for review.
· Offers expert guidance from a premier editorial team.
· Includes description/pathophysiology · causes · ECG findings · differential diagnosis/hints · and ECG examples in the Electrocardiographic Manifestations of Disease section.
· Features a consistent chapter organization that follows a specific outline, ensuring consistent, reliable information throughout.
· Uses over 450 illustrations, including a multitude of 12-lead examples for review—making this resource ideal for board preparation.
· And much more.
I think this book is value for money and would be of use both as a revison and as a reference book for ED staff at all levels.
Emergency Medicine Australasia 2006
By Theodore C. Chan, MD, Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of California, San Diego, San Diego, California; William J. Brady, MD, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Clinical Internal Medicine, Vice Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, Virginia; Richard A. Harrigan, MD, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Temple University Hospital and School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Joseph P. Ornato, MD, Professor and Chairman, Department of Emergency Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center, Richmond, Virginia; and Peter Rosen, MD, Senior Lecturer, Department of Medicine, Harvard University, Beth Israel/Deaconess Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts