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The Emergency Medicine Trauma Handbook

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  • Editors:
  • Alex Koyfman, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
  • Brit Long, San Antonio Military Medical Center
Ryan O'Halloran, Kaushal Shah, Colin Kaide, Andrew King, Brit Long, Michael D. April, R. Erik Connor, Manpreet Singh, Tim Horeczko, Matthew R. Levine, Norah Kairys, Zachary Repanshek, Brandon Morshedi, John D. Pemberton, R. Grant Morshedi, Katja Goldflam, Terren Trott, Christopher B. Colwell, Dennis Kim, Michael Gottlieb, E. Liang Liu, Richard Slama, Mike Jackson, Michael K. Abraham, Kristen Kann, Ryan LaFollette, Jeffery Hill, Ashley Brady, Steven G. Schauer, Jason F. Naylor, Matthew Greer, Brian T. Wessman
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  • Publication planned for: November 2019
  • availability: Not yet published - available from November 2019
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781108450287

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  • Trauma is a leading cause of death and disability around the world, and the leading cause of death in those aged under forty-five years. Conditions such as airway obstruction, hemorrhage, pneumothorax, tamponade, bowel rupture, vascular injury, and pelvic fracture can cause death if not appropriately diagnosed and managed. This essential book provides emergency physicians with an easy-to-use reference and source for traumatic injury evaluation and management in the Emergency Department. It covers approaches to common, life-threatening, and traumatic diseases in the Emergency Department, for use on shift and as a reference for further learning. Each chapter includes a succinct overview of common traumatic injuries, with evaluation and management pearls and pitfalls. Highly illustrated with images from one of the busiest trauma centers in the US, and featuring expert contributions from a diverse set of attending physicians, this is an essential text for all emergency medicine practitioners.

    • Evaluates key trauma topics, providing content based on current, evidence-based literature
    • Presented in an easy-to-use, quick referencing format, on shift or off shift as a reference
    • Features high-resolution photographs of common traumatic injuries
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    Product details

    • Publication planned for: November 2019
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781108450287
    • dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
    • contains: 157 b/w illus. 192 colour illus. 100 tables
    • availability: Not yet published - available from November 2019
  • Table of Contents

    1. General approach to traumatic injuries Ryan O'Halloran and Kaushal Shah
    2. Trauma airway Colin Kaide and Andrew King
    3. Transfusion in trauma Brit Long
    4. Trauma in pregnancy Michael D. April and R. Erik Connor
    5. Pediatric trauma Manpreet Singh and Tim Horeczko
    6. Geriatric trauma Matthew R. Levine
    7. Head trauma Brit Long
    8. Facial trauma Norah Kairys and Zachary Repanshek
    9. Eye trauma Brandon Morshedi, John D. Pemberton, R. Grant Morshedi and Brit Long
    10. Cervical spine trauma Katja Goldflam
    11. Thoracolumbar trauma Terren Trott
    12. Neck trauma Christopher B. Colwell
    13. Pulmonary trauma Manpreet Singh and Dennis Kim
    14. Cardiac trauma Brit Long
    15. Abdominal and flank trauma Michael Gottlieb
    16. Genitourinary trauma E. Liang Liu
    17. Peripheral vascular injury Richard Slama and Mike Jackson
    18. Pelvic trauma Michael K. Abraham
    19. Upper extremity trauma Kristen Kann
    20. Lower extremity trauma Ryan LaFollette and Jeffery Hill
    21. Burns and electrical injuries Ashley Brady
    22. Procedural sedation and analgesia in trauma Steven G. Schauer and Jason F. Naylor
    23. Commonly missed traumatic injuries Matthew Greer and Brian T. Wessman.

  • Editors

    Alex Koyfman, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
    Alex Koyfman is an assistant professor/assistant program director of emergency medicine at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Dr Koyfman is an author with more than 170 peer-reviewed publications and an editor of four books. He is Editor-in-Chief for emDocs.net.

    Brit Long, San Antonio Military Medical Center
    Brit Long is an attending emergency physician and assistant professor of emergency medicine. Dr Long is an author with over 150 peer-reviewed publications and an editor of two books. He is Associate Editor-in-Chief for emDocs.net.

    Contributors

    Ryan O'Halloran, Kaushal Shah, Colin Kaide, Andrew King, Brit Long, Michael D. April, R. Erik Connor, Manpreet Singh, Tim Horeczko, Matthew R. Levine, Norah Kairys, Zachary Repanshek, Brandon Morshedi, John D. Pemberton, R. Grant Morshedi, Katja Goldflam, Terren Trott, Christopher B. Colwell, Dennis Kim, Michael Gottlieb, E. Liang Liu, Richard Slama, Mike Jackson, Michael K. Abraham, Kristen Kann, Ryan LaFollette, Jeffery Hill, Ashley Brady, Steven G. Schauer, Jason F. Naylor, Matthew Greer, Brian T. Wessman

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