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Hemoglobin-based Oxygen Carriers (HBOCs): The Future in Resuscitation

Hemoglobin-based Oxygen Carriers (HBOCs): The Future in Resuscitation

Hemoglobin-based Oxygen Carriers (HBOCs): The Future in Resuscitation? An Issue of Critical Care Clinics (The Clinics: Nursing) By Lena M Continue reading

Historical Aspects of Critical Illness and Critical Care Medicine

Historical Aspects of Critical Illness and Critical Care Medicine

Historical Aspects of Critical Illness and Critical Care Medicine, An Issue of Critical Care Clinics (The Clinics: Nursing) By Anand Kumar MD, Joseph E. Continue reading

Emergency Airway Management

Emergency Airway Management

Emergency Airway Management Jonathan Benger, Jerry Nolan, Mike Clancy, “Emergency Airway Management” Cambridge University Press | 2008 | ISBN: 0521727294 | 190 pages | PDF | 1,8 MB There are few situations more challenging and stressful than airway compromise in acutely ill patients. Continue reading

the egyptian fellowship mcqs

the egyptian fellowship mcqs

okay every body i got many request 2 upload the mcq questions that the egptian fellowship have given us be4 so here it is every one and wish luck 2 all of us yaaaaaaaaaaaaa raaab na3aady http://www.book4doc.com/27042 Continue reading

An Introduction to Clinical Emergency Medicine: Guide for Practitioners in the Emerge

An Introduction to Clinical Emergency Medicine: Guide for Practitioners in the Emerge

An Introduction to Clinical Emergency Medicine: Guide for Practitioners in the Emergency Department Editorial Reviews Review “This is a book that all Accident and Emergency trainees will be very pleased to own. I wish it had been available many years ago when I was a trainee working in the Accident and Emergency Department.” -Anaesthesia, R.M Continue reading

Clinical Intensive Care Journal – 1995 TO 2006

Clinical Intensive Care Journal – 1995 TO 2006

Clinical Intensive Care Journal – 1995 TO 2006 Clinical Intensive Care Journal – 1995 TO 2006 by Informa Healthcare (VOLUMES 6 to 17) ISSN: 0956-3075 (paper) Publication Frequency: 4 issues per year Subjects: Anesthesiology; Emergency Medicine; Publisher: Informa Healthcare Volume 17 Issue 3 & 4 2006 Issue 1 & 2 2006 Volume 16 Issue 3 & 4 2005 Issue 2 2005 Issue 1 2005 Volume 15 Issue 4 2004 Issue 2 & 3 2004 Issue 1 2004 Volume 14 Issue 3 & 4 2003 Issue 1 & 2 2003 Volume 13 Issue 4 2002 Issue 2 & 3 2002 Issue 1 2002 Volume 12 Issue 5 & 6 2001 Issue 4 2001 Issue 3 2001 Issue 2 2001 Issue 1 2001 Volume 11 Issue 6 2000 Issue 5 2000 Issue 4 2000 Issue 3 2000 Issue 2 2000 Issue 1 2000 Volume 10 Issue 6 1999 Issue 5 1999 Issue 4 1999 Issue 3 1999 Issue 2 1999 Issue 1 1999 Volume 9 Issue 5 1998 Issue 4 1998 Issue 3 1998 Issue 2 1998 Issue 1 1998 Volume 8 Issue 6 1997 Issue 5 1997 Issue 4 1997 Issue 3 1997 Issue 2 1997 Issue 1 1997 Volume 7 Issue 6 1996 Issue 5 1996 Issue 4 1996 Issue 2 1996 Issue 1 1996 Volume 6 Clinical Intensive Care aims to provide all critical care professionals with the latest papers which affect their clinical practice. The journal publishes peer-reviewed articles in all areas of critical care including paediatric and nursing issues. It focuses on the clinical aspects of intensive care, but also publishes basic science papers with a clear clinical relevance. Continue reading

Central Venous Catheters (2009

Central Venous Catheters (2009

Central Venous Catheters (2009 Publisher: Wiley | Language: English | ISBN:0470019948 | 266 pages | Data: 2009 | PDF | 6 Mb This book addresses all the issues a patient may experience prior to receiving a VAD. Selection of equipment, practical aspects of technique, the pros and cons of the various veins, and modifications of technique for certain circumstances are examined. Covereage also includes the roles played by radiologists, anaesthetists, surgeons, nurses, and other team memebers Continue reading

Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors (CORD) Clinical  Case

Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors (CORD) Clinical Case

Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors (CORD) Clinical Case CORD Cases Recorded at the 2008 Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors (CORD) Clinical Pathological Case (CPC) conference, these selected cases are teaching tools that illustrate the deliberation necessary to reach a correct diagnosis. Continue reading

Emergency Medicine Oral Board Review: Pearls of Wisdom: Fifth Edition

Emergency Medicine Oral Board Review: Pearls of Wisdom: Fifth Edition

Emergency Medicine Oral Board Review: Pearls of Wisdom: Fifth Edition * Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional * Number Of Pages: 480 * Publication Date: 2008-07-24 * ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0071497404 * ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780071497404 * Binding: Paperback Product Description: Maximize Your Emergency Medicine Oral Board Review Emergency Medicine Oral Board Review: Pearls of Wisdom: Fifth Edition is a summary info and quick-hit question-and-answer formatcases analyse of the most primary aggregation you requirement to undergo when preparing for the test commission assets of authorisation in crisis medicine. This analyse is enthusiastic for terminal time commission activity and reinforces primary aggregation for crowning exam-day performance. http://www.book4doc.com/71054 Continue reading

Disaster Medicine, 2/e 2007

Disaster Medicine, 2/e 2007

Disaster Medicine, 2/e 2007 By David E Hogan, Jonathan L Burstein, Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Number Of Pages: 489 Publication Date: 2007-03-01 Sales Rank: 87733 ISBN / ASIN: 0781762626 EAN: 9780781762625 Binding: Hardcover Manufacturer: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Studio: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Average Rating: 5 Written by more than 30 emergency physicians with first-hand experience handling medical care during disasters, this volume is the only single comprehensive reference on disaster medicine. It provides the information that every emergency department needs to prepare for and handle the challenges of natural and manmade disasters. The contributors present guidelines for assessing the affected population’s health care needs, establishing priorities, allocating resources, and treating individuals Continue reading