This month sees the release of two new eBooks for brushing up on your Paediatric Emergency Medicine Skills. Both of these eBooks are a truly great addition to your PEM reference resources. They are both free and there’s no excuse not to have them handy on your mobile.
Emergency is a collection of stories penned by ER Physicians across Australia, and through them the heart of the ED meticulously dissected
LITFL reviews ‘Mini-Sims for Critical Care’, a book by Corke, Simpson & Samuel with “80 user-friendly, easy-to assemble scenarios for medical simulation”.
I really enjoyed reviewing this text. It is compact, robust and the perfect size for back-pocket rounds and chopper retrievals.
LITFL review of the Anaesthetic Crisis Manual (The ACM) – highly functional, robust, consise and fluid resistant, ideal for the emergency room environment
I am always on the look out for new and innovative ways to learn and share medical education such as Pocket Toxicology Flashcards by Kloss and Bruce.
Evidence based Emergency Care (2013) is a paperback handbook providing a concise overview of evidence-based information pertaining to diagnostic tests and decision rules for emergency physicians and emergency medicine trainees
Eye Essentials For Every Doctor (2013) is a paperback handbook providing a concise overview of common eye conditions – reviewed by David Baines
5 Minute Pediatric Emergency Medicine Consult
It is sometimes with trepidation that I tear away the anonymous brown cover concealing a furtive tome sent for review…however, having read this awesome text (twice), I attest that in this case…my fears were unjust.
Review of Peter L Thompson’s “Coronary Care Manual (2E)”.
LITFL book review of Mosby’s Pocketbook of Mental Health