The book Oxford Handbook of Emergency Medicine is written by Jonathan P. Wyatt, Robert G. Taylor, Kerstin De Wit, and Emily J. Hotton. “The text is straight to the point, concise, informative, and educational which also helps to improve patient care. Yet it is surprisingly comprehensive for the size of the book and a lot of common and less common situations are covered in significant depth. This is achieved in part because every word counts and the text is straight to the point. Exactly what many people want.” — Dr. Harry Brown, Glycosmedia
Extensively updated and packed with new X-rays to aid in identification and treatment, this clear and concise manual has everything you need to thrive in today’s demanding world of emergency medicine.
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About the Author
Jonathan P. Wyatt, Honorary Clinical Associate Professor, University of Exeter, UK Robert G. Taylor, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro, UK Kerstin de Wit, Assistant Professor, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada, Emily J Hotton, Clinical Research Fellow, Southmead Hospital and University of Bristol, UK
Jonathan P. Wyatt is an Honorary Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Exeter, UK
Robert G. Taylor is a Consultant in Emergency Medicine at the Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro, UK.
Kerstin de Wit is an Assistant Professor at McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada.
Emily J. Hotton is a clinical researcher at Southmead Hospital and the University of Bristol, UK.
Overview of Oxford Handbook of Emergency Medicine
Now in its fifth edition, the Oxford Emergency Medicine Handbook is the essential quick reference guide to emergency medicine for everyone from junior doctors to specialist registrars, nurse practitioners, and paramedics. New and improved, the Manual has been thoroughly revised, with 100 additional illustrations and the latest treatment guidelines and advice, completely revised chapters on Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Pediatric Emergencies, and new topics on treatment intensification, the end of life care, and sepsis.
|Book Name||Oxford Handbook of Emergency Medicine|
|Author of Book||Jonathan P. Wyatt, Robert G. Taylor, Kerstin De Wit, Emily J. Hotton|