Pocket Guide to the American Board of Emergency Medicine In-Training Exam
Every year emergency medicine resident physicians participate in the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM) In-Training Examination to assess their medical knowledge. Preparing for the examination involves assembling several different resources on a wide range of topics. Many resources are either too detailed or too superficial, limiting their effectiveness. Pocket Guide to the American Board of Emergency Medicine In-Training Exam is designed specifically for the Emergency Medicine Resident Physician as an aid to reviewing for the In-Training exam. Pertinent information is organized under the same topics as the examination. The concise text and tables deliver information quickly and a rapid review section allows for self-assessment. In addition, the small portable size enables revision whenever and wherever you are. Pocket Guide to the American Board of Emergency Medicine In-Training Exam is the only resource you will need for In-Training Examination preparation.
- Paperback | 254 pages
- 156 x 232 x 14mm | 439.99g
- 31 Aug 2013
- CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Cambridge, United Kingdom
- 38 b/w illus. 89 tables
Table of contents
Preface; 1. Cardiology emergencies Marc D. Squillante and Ashley Anklam; 2. Respiratory emergencies John Hafner; 3. Gastroenterologic emergencies Gregory J. Tudor and Alex Koyfman; 4. Neurologic emergencies Lisa Barker and Anthony J. Buecker; 5. Renal and urogenital emergencies Guyon J. Hill and James F. Martin; 6. Endocrine, metabolic, and nutritional emergencies Selina Jeanise; 7. Trauma emergencies Rose Haisler and Theodor Schmidt; 8. Obstetrics and gynecology emergencies Paul Matthews; 9. Pediatrics emergencies Teresa Riech; 10. Psychobehavioral emergencies Paul Matthews; 11. Infectious emergencies Mari B. Baker and Alex Koyfman; 12. Toxicologic emergencies Robert Schwaner and Joshua Zavitz; 13. Environmental emergencies Timothy Schaefer and Vivian Lau; 14. Procedures in emergency medicine E. John Wipfler, III; 15. Rapid review Richard Frederick and Andrew Vincent; Index.
'This is a great resource for emergency medicine residents looking for a review as they prepare for the in-service examination. It incorporates current information from multiple different sources into an easy-to-read, well-organized book.' Doody's Book Reviews
About Bob Cambridge
Bob Cambridge is a Staff Physician in the Emergency Department of San Antonio Military Medical Center, San Antonio, Texas and Clinical Assistant in Surgery/Emergency Medicine at the University of Illinois College of Medicine, Peoria, Illinois, USA.