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Books every medical student in emergency medicine should be reading: Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine Manual, by Judith Tintinalli, MD; Rosen's Emergency Medicine: Concepts and Clinical Practice, by John Marx, MD, Robert Hockberger, MD, Ron Walls, MD; and Rosen & Barkin's 5-Minute Emergency Medicine Consult, edited by Roger M. Barkin, MD, Jeffrey J. Schaider, MD, Stephen R. Hayden, MD, Richard E. Wolfe, MD, Adam Z. Barkin, MD, Philip Shayne, MD, Peter Rosen, MD
Clinical acumen, judgment, and experience are the foundations for our clinical practice. It is our hope that this book will serve practicing emergency physicians, nurses, physician assistants, emergency medical personnel, and students as a readily used resource in facilitating excellence in our care of our patients who will always remain the focus of our efforts, while advancing the specialty of emergency medicine.JEFFREY J. SCHAIDERROGER M. BARKINSTEPHEN R. HAYDENRICHARD E. WOLFEADAM Z. BARKINPHILIP SHAYNE
To my wife Marina and my children Connor, Maia, and Kenny; without your support and understanding, my involvement in academic emergency medicine and this book would not be possible. To my current residents and past graduates; I hope the information in this book helps guide your clinical decisions and prompts you to always maintain your intellectual curiosity.S.R.H.
This succinct text synthesizes the vast diagnostic and treatment information as it pertains to emergency medicine, making it the perfect handbook for students, residents, nurses, and emergency medical personnel working in the trenches. 781b155fdc