Tarascon Adult Emergency Pocketbook

Tarascon Adult Emergency Pocketbook
4th Ed.
2009 © Jones & Bartlett Learning
Steven G. Rothrock MD
ISBN-10: 0-7637-6588-0 / ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6588-0
Emergency/Critical Care


The Tarascon Adult Emergency Pocketbook, Fourth Edition is designed as the ultimate portable reference for the busy emergency physician or internist. This concise, organized pocket guide is packed with essential lists, figures, & tables providing instant reminders of hard-to-remember yet vitally important clinical information.

The Tarascon Adult Emergency Pocketbook, Fourth Edition is meticulously referenced and provides expert commentary on current academic controversies within the field. Convenient reference sections include dysrhythmia protocols, emergency drug infusions, antibiotic therapy, rapid-sequence intubation, toxicology, trauma care, burn care, and much more.

This information packed title is a value-added resource bundled with Evidence-Based Emergency Care: Diagnostic Testing and Clinical Decision Rules.

Quotes, Reviews or Testimonials

"The Tarascon Adult Emergency Pocketbook is the "little everything book"! Every intern should have it in their pocket. This is not just for ER but I use it as nights house officer and when in the clinic. Great little everything book!"

-- T. Sheridan, Ohio

"Everyone HAS to have a copy of the Tarascon Adult Emergency Pocketbook in their pocket in the ER. The antibiotic section is so helpful. "

-- Alison Couturier

"It is amazing how such a small book could contain such a collection of vital and important information that you might need while practicing in the shift. The classifications presented in the Tarascon Adult Emergency Pocketbook for different scales, criteria, and classes of diseases is absolutely great. I cannot imagine my shift without this book. A definite five star item. "

-- Anas Fouad Ali Hamam, Saudi Arabia

"The Adult Emergency Pocketbook has been very useful on the several occasions when I needed a quick reference for patient management issues, particularly for urgent ongoing diabetic care. "

-- John Anthony Mosby

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