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Atlas of Emergency Medicine – 3rd Rev. Edition


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Contains 1,500+ illustrations

A complete and trusted visual compendium of emergency medicine—extensively updated with 1500 full-color illustrations. Ideally suited to the bedside practice of emergency medicine, The Atlas of Emergency Medicine is the ultimate visual guide to the diagnosis and treatment of common and uncommon conditions encountered in the ER. Filled with 1500 crisp, clear full-color images, this essential clinical companion is logically organized by organ system and then by problem, making it a practical quick reference for medical students, residents in training, new graduates preparing for their certification exam, the practicing physician, and instructors. The third edition of The Atlas of Emergency Medicine features a more streamlined presentation with clear, concise text and an unmatched collection of diagnoses-speeding images. These images form the core of the book and are accompanied by brief, high-yield descriptions of clinical problems.

New to this edition:

• 1,500 full-color clinical photographs (more than twice the amount found in the previous edition)

• New chapter template:
“Clinical Summary”: clinically relevant observations on differential diagnosis
“Emergency Department Treatment and Disposition”: a brief overview of need-to-know diagnostic guidelines and recommendations
“Clinical Pearls”: instructive tips and insights on specific aspects of conditions which are difficult to find in other texts

• Four new chapters that enhance the book’s hands-on value:
Tropical Medicine: reflects an increased emphasis on global access to healthcare and easier patient travel
Toxicology: features an up-to-date, authoritative review of how to diagnose and treat selected toxicological emergencies
ECG Abnormalities: presents turnkey insights into the rapid recognition of pathological ECG’s, highlighting the electrocardiographic characteristics of each featured clinical problem
Airway Procedures: includes essential information that guides, improves, and expedites the management of airway emergencies

Table of contents:


  • 1. Head & Facial Trauma,
  • 2. Ophthalmologic Conditions,
  • 3. Funduscopic Findings
  • 4. Ophthalmic Trauma,
  • 5. Ear, Nose, & Throat Conditions,
  • 6. Mouth,
    • 6A. Oral Trauma
    • 6B. Odontogenic Infections
    • 6C. Oral Conditions
  • 7. Chest & Abdomen,
    • 7A. Chest and Abdominal Trauma
    • 7B. Nontraumatic Chest and Abdominal Conditions
  • 8. Urologic Conditions,
  • 9. Sexually Transmitted Infections & Anorectal Conditions
    • 9A. Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • 10. Gynecologic and Obstetric Conditions,
    • 10A. Gynecologic Conditions
    • 10B. Obstetric Conditions
  • 11. Extremity Trauma,
  • 12. Extremity Conditions,
  • 13. Cutaneous Conditions,


  • 14. Pediatric Conditions,
    • 14A. Newborn Conditions
    • 14B. Rashes and Lesions
    • 14C. General Conditions
  • 15.Child Abuse
    • 15A. Physical Abuse
    • 15B. Sexual Abuse
  • 16. Environmental Conditions,
  • 17. Toxicological Conditions,
  • 18. Wounds & Soft Tissue Injuries,
  • 19. Forensic Medicine,
  • 20. HIV Conditions,
  • 21. Tropical Medicine
  • 22. Airway Procedures,
  • 23. ECG Abnormalities,
    • Part 1: ST-T Abnormalities
    • Part 2: Conduction Disturbances
    • Part 3: Rhythm Disturbances
    • Part 4: Structural Abnormalities
    • Part 5: ECG Abnormalities of Non-cardiac Origin
  • 24. Emergency Ultrasound,
  • 25. Microscopic Findings,



Additional Information

Weight 2.06 kg
Dimensions 28 x 22 x 5 cm

[10] 0071496181 [13] 978007149


Kevin J. Knoop, Lawrence B. Stack, Alan B. Storrow

Published Date

Aug 2009




286 x 225 mm


hard cover


McGraw Hill


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