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.
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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)”.