Challenging and emerging conditions in emergency medicine by Arvind Venkat

By Arvind Venkat

With transforming into numbers of chronically ailing sufferers surviving longer and receiving novel scientific and surgical remedies, emergency departments are more and more the venue for linked acute shows. How can emergency physicians reply to those tough and rising stipulations? This booklet specializes in the bizarre and complicated disorder shows no longer coated intimately within the usual textbooks, supporting you Read more...

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