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The Unofficial Guide to Medical and Surgical Emergencies


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Author: Varshini Manoharan, Vijaytha Muralidharan, and Agalya Ramanathan.
ISBN: 9786273101231
Publisher: ELSEVIER
Level: None
Book Cover: Paperback
Number Of Pages: 264
Volume Number 0
Number Of Volumes 0
Edition No: 1
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The unique and award-winning Unofficial Guides series is a collaboration between senior students, junior doctors, and specialty experts. This combination of contributors understands what is essential to excel on your course, in exams, and in practice – as well as the importance of presenting information in a clear, fun, and engaging way. Packed with hints and tips from those in the know, when you are in a hurry and need a study companion you can trust, reach for an Unofficial Guide.

The Unofficial Guide to Medical and Surgical Emergencies offers a collection of common clinical emergency scenarios. It walks you through the practical steps of the decision-making process, from taking a referral through to making a management plan and prescribing – all designed to ensure safe and best practice. With plenty of tips to support your clinical reasoning, real-time examples, and a focus on initial management before a diagnosis is clear, this book is ideal for medical students and junior doctors wanting a quick reference guide or revision aid.

  • Clear, simple, practical tips for managing common emergency scenarios
  • Describes patient management through the real-time thought processes of a doctor making decisions
  • Key clinical and prescribing tips to improve safety
  • Covers a wide range of cases, including fluid prescriptions, interpreting blood test results, and acute management ofemergencies
  • Covers practical essentials such as clerking, effective communication, and handover tips
  • High-quality images to illustrate important clinical findings


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