Atlas of Clinical Emergency Medicine

Atlas of Clinical Emergency Medicine
  • Author: Scott C. Sherman MD and Christopher Ross MD FACEP FAAEM FRCPC
    Publisher: LWW
    Genres: Medical
    Publish Date: September 19, 2015
    ISBN-10: 145118882X
    Pages: 512
    File Type: PDF
    Language: English

Book Preface

One of the greatest pleasures in medicine is the art of diagnosing patients’ conditions and translating that into an appropriate therapeutic plan. Over the years, the evolution of medicine has increased pressure on practitioners to see more patients in shorter time frames to keep up with the economic demands of modern medicine. This evolution has threatened to turn the art of medicine into the factory of medicine. The Atlas of Clinical Emergency Medicine is a tool that practitioners can use to “turn back the clock” during patient encounters. The Atlas enhances our ability to instantly recognize patients’ conditions through the wide array of images. In addition, the Atlas provides us with specific and concise diagnostic and treatment plans. The editorial team consists of outstanding practitioners and educators who care for thousands of patients each year. They have assembled an impressive array of images that enriches our practice of medicine so that we can regain the art of medicine that we yearn for on a daily basis.

Jeffrey J. Schaider, MD
Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
Rush Medical College
Chairman, Department of Emergency Medicine
Cook County Health & Hospitals System
Chicago, Illinois

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