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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ljl1982 said:
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.

Thanks
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.
 

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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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