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Books/resources for Emergency Medicine rotation?

Discussion in 'Clinical Rotations' started by ljl1982, Jul 22, 2006.

  1. ljl1982

    ljl1982 ljl1982
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    I tried doing a search on SDN but was unable to find any information. Basically I would like to know what books and resources others have found useful for their Emergency Medicine rotations. I am not planning to go into EM, but my rotation has an exam at the end.

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  2. Dr. Will

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    Search the EM forums. There is plenty of info there. I'm using Case Files right now. It's a great resource. Others have used First Aid. I know there is a new edition of the Blueprints for EM, but I don't know how good it actually is.
     
  3. BadVB750

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    I'm using EM recall. I'm a big fan of the recall books because they get to the point quickly.
     
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    I LOVE Emergency Medicine Secrets. Each 3-5 page chapter is based on a specific illness/CC/sx and full of Q and A format. Lots of good pimping info in a concise format. It's too big to read from front to back, but I love it for reading up on patients I've seen the shift prior.
     
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