Greenberg’s Text-Atlas of Emergency Medicine by Michael I. Greenberg MD MPH, Robert G. Hendrickson MD, Mark

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By Michael I. Greenberg MD MPH, Robert G. Hendrickson MD, Mark Silverberg MD

Featuring greater than 1,100 full-color illustrations, this atlas is a visible consultant to the analysis and administration of scientific and surgical emergencies. Emergency drugs is dependent upon quickly, actual interpretation of visible cues, making this atlas a useful tool.

The ebook is split into sections on prehospital administration and resuscitation, organ process emergencies, and multisystem emergencies. for every particular emergency, the authors current either scientific photos and illustrations of vital diagnostic try findings resembling specimens, radiographs, endoscopic photographs, and ECGs. The succinct textual content accompanying the illustrations covers sufferer presentation, analysis, and medical management.

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Wickless, DO Department of Dermatology Oakwood Health System/Oakwood Southshore Medical Center Dearborn, MI Robert Yin Marine Photographer La Jolla, CA xxxvii i-xxxviii_FM_Greenberg 10/11/04 3:38 PM Page xxxviii 001-030_Ch01_Greenberg 10/7/04 4:14 PM Page 1 SECTION I ABCs 001-030_Ch01_Greenberg 10/8/04 8:42 AM Page 2 001-030_Ch01_Greenberg 10/7/04 4:14 PM Page 3 1 Airway, Breathing, Circulation 3 001-030_Ch01_Greenberg 10/7/04 4:14 PM Page 4 1–1 Normal Airway Arun Nagdev Anatomically, the upper airway begins at the nares and continues to the proximal aspect of the trachea.

Ann Emerg Med 1987;16:680–682. 2. Heller EM, Schneider K, Saven B. Percutaneous retrograde intubation. Laryngoscope 1989;99:554–555. FIGURE 1–12 A: Introducer needle is inserted cranially through the cricothyroid membrane. B: Long guidewire is introduced through the catheter and retrieved from the pharynx with a hemostat. (© 2004, Ron M. 1,2 Indications Fiberoptic intubation is used to provide a definitive airway in a patient with a difficult airway. It is a useful adjunct to intubation for patients in whom respiratory depression and paralysis are undesirable.

2 If the involved tissues continue to expand, complete airway occlusion and death may result. Management Airway management is a clear priority. 2 Stable patients should be kept sitting upright in a comfortable position with intubation equipment at bedside. 3 REFERENCES FIGURE 1–4 A: Note induration with submandibular redness and swelling. B: Note elevation of tongue secondary to swelling of floor of the mouth. ) 1. Moreland LW, Corey J, McKenzie R. Ludwig’s angina: report of a case and review of the literature.

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