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    • Acute And emergency medicine Books 2010 www.wiley.com/go/emergencymed Sign up at www.wiley.com/email to receive emails about our books and journals
    • CONTENTS Pre-hospital Obstetric Emergency Training 3 Pocket Guide to Teaching for Medical Instructors, 2E 3 Major Incident Medical Management and Support: The Practical Approach, 2E 4 Major Incident Medical Management and Support: The Practical Approach in the Hospital 4 Safe Transfer and Retrieval of Patients: The Practical Approach, 2E 5 Paediatric and Neonatal Safe Transfer and Retrieval: The Practical Approach 5 core material for advanced life support Pre-Hospital Paediatric Life Support: The Practical Approach, 2E 6 The Advanced Life Support Group works globally Advanced Paediatric Life Support: The Practical Approach, 4E 6 Emergency Paediatric Care CD-Rom: The Practical Approach 7 to provide teaching courses on advanced life Acute Medical Emergencies: The Practical Approach 7 support, concentrating on a practical approach. Disaster Rules 8 Emergency Surgery 8 These tried and tested course books: Occupational Emergency Medicine 9 Emergency Medicine: Avoiding the Pitfalls and Improving the Outcomes 9 • provide step-by-step guidance Trauma Rules 2: Incorporating Military Trauma Rules, 2E 10 • are fully Illustrated with instructional line Visual Diagnosis in Emergency and Critical Care Medicine 10 drawings Emergency Triage, 2E 11 Major Incident Management System (MIMS) 11 • provide materials in ring-binders allowing for Evidence-Based Chronic Pain Management 12 the addition of updates and local customization Evidence-Based Emergency Care: Diagnostic Testing and Clinical Decision Rules 12 Evidence-Based Emergency Medicine 13 • are written by multi-centred teams Critical Decisions in Emergency and Acute Care Electrocardiography 13 • offer regular updates in line with international ECGs for the Emergency Physician 1 14 guidelines ECGs for the Emergency Physician 2 14 Cardiovascular Critical Care 15 Advanced Practice in Critical Care: A Case Study Approach 15 The books in this series address the most urgent Acute Medicine: A Practical Guide to the Management of Medical Emergencies, 4E 16 current issues in emergency medicine from major Essential Guide to Acute Care, 2E 16 incident management to safe transfer of adults, Practical Teaching in Emergency Medicine 17 babies and children. Invasive Medical Skills: A Multimedia Approach 17 Acute Medicine: Clinical Cases Uncovered 18 Acute and Critical Care Medicine at a Glance, 2E 18 Lecture Notes: Emergency Medicine, 3E 19 ABC of Imaging in Trauma 19 ABC of Intensive Care 20 ABC of Major Trauma, 4E 20 ABC of Practical Procedures 21 ABC of Emergency Differential Diagnosis 21 ABC of Medical Law 22 ABC of Transfusion, 4E 22 ABC of Clinical Electrocardiography, 2E 23 ABC of Tubes, Drains, Lines and Frames 23 ABC of Patient Safety 24 ABC of Emergency Radiology, 2E 24 ABC of Wound Healing 25 ABC of Conflict and Disaster 25 ABC of Burns 26 ABC of Resuscitation, 5E 26 Gastrointestinal Emergencies, 2E 27 All prices and publication dates are subject to change without notice 2
    • Pre-hospital Pocket guide obstetric to teaching emergency training for medical Advanced Life support instructors group 2nd Edition Manchester, UK Advanced Life support group Manchester, UK The Pre-hospital Obstetric Emergency Training This new edition of the bestselling Pocket Guide (POET) programme provides an introduction to Teaching for Medical Instructors provides to the obstetric patient and the anatomical and an updated guide for instructors teaching on physiological changes that occur during pregnancy life support courses. Compiled by authors (including interpretation of patient-held records experienced in designing highly respected and and rapid assessment of the obstetric patient). successful courses, this guide gives sound, clear It includes clear definitions and describes risk advice on the most effective methods of teaching. factors, diagnosis and pre-hospital management Covers an introduction to the basic principles of significant problems that occur in both early of teaching and deals in detail with a number and late pregnancy and the immediate postnatal of modes of teaching on courses. Lectures, skill period. These are all situations that the pre- stations, role play, workshops, discussions and hospital practitioner may attend. e-learning are all explored and in each case This text and the accompanying integrated practical guidance is given to help the reader on-line and ‘hands on’ course will help to become a more effective teacher. Though practitioners identify and manage a range of designed for trainees on life support instructor time-critical obstetric emergencies specifically in courses, Pocket Guide to Teaching for Medical the pre-hospital setting, and provides a structured Instructors contains practical guidance applicable examination and assessment technique as an to any health professional interested in becoming aid to determining what treatment should be a more effective teacher. provided before transport, as well as when and 2008 | 9781405175692 | 104 pages | £14.99/$29.95/€17.90 how urgently transport should be initiated. POET is of relevance to paramedics, ambulance staff, doctors, and nurses working in the emergency pre-hospital setting and to midwives facilitating home births. It will also be of considerable value to medical and nursing practitioners working in Emergency Departments and unscheduled care settings where immediate access to skilled obstetric assistance is not available. 2009 | 9781405184755 | 224 pages | £29.99/$59.95/€37.90 For more information on all our books, please visit www.wiley.com/medicine 3
    • major incident major incident medical medical management and management and support: the support: the Practical Approach Practical Approach 2nd Edition in the Hospital Advanced Life support Advanced Life support group group Manchester, UK Manchester, UK This book is a simple and practical guide to This is the course book for an ALSG course on managing one of the most challenging situations preparation for and medical management of major in medicine — that of a multiple casualty incidents within the hospital. It is a companion incident. The approach has been taught around volume to MIMMS (ISBN 9780727913913 and the world since its introduction in 1994, and ISBN 9781405187572, page 4), which deals with has become integrated into civilian and military the pre-hospital situation, and meets an ever medical practice. In this international edition, increasing need as natural and other disasters common principles can be enhanced by users affect hospital staff and administrators. themselves in the local information boxes to The course provides a systematic approach for all make the text highly relevant to every reader. personnel who would be involved in managing a 2002 | 9780727913913 | 240 pages | £41.99/$77.95/€52.90 major incident in the hospital. “...this book should be read by all hospital Forthcoming personnel with potential roles in major incidents, 3rd Edition publishing in March 2011 from chief executives, through duty managers, to front line emergency care staff. It offers practical 9781405187572 | 272 pages | £41.99/$83.95/€57.90 guidance of such importance that every emergency department in the UK should have a readily available copy of the book for all staff to read.” Emergency Nurse 2005 | 9780727918680 | 176 pages | £46.99/$90.00/€57.90 For more information on all our Emergency Medicine resources, 4 please visit www.wiley.com/go/emergencymed
    • safe transfer and Paediatric and retrieval of neonatal safe Patients: the transfer and Practical Approach retrieval: the 2nd Edition Practical Approach Advanced Life support Advanced Life support group group Manchester, UK Manchester, UK The safe transfer of all hospital patients, With over ten thousand inter-hospital transfers especially those who are critically ill, is of crucial of children and neonates now taking place every importance, demanding organisational, as well year in the UK, this book, and the associated as clinical skills. Safe Transfer and Retrieval training course run by the Advanced Life Support of Patients (STaR) is aimed at all health care Group (ALSG) have been developed to provide workers involved with inter and intra-hospital an introduction to the knowledge required to transfers. It provides a much needed structured undertake these transfers. approach to transfer medicine, together with Paediatric and Neonatal Safe Transfer and sound guidance on relevant clinical procedures. Retrieval (PaNSTaR) is aimed at healthcare The second edition has been extensively revised professionals either beginning their training in in line with new developments in transfer paediatric or neonatal transport and those who medicine. The book has been redesigned with five are involved in undertaking such transfers on an distinct sections covering: occasional basis. • the principles of the STaR structured approach Developed by a multi-professional group from to transfers across the UK, this new title incorporates a • the management of the transfer or retrieval systematic approach throughout. This approach • practical procedures related to transfer medicine is adapted from the adult STaR course and covers • an overview of clinical care during the the following: assessment and stabilisation phases of transfer • an overview of the current delivery of children’s • the legal and safety aspects of transfers, specific transport services differences in helicopter transfers and transfers • the ACCEPT approach (Assessment, Control, involving children Communication, Evaluation, Preparation and Packaging, Transportation) A new chapter, the infectious or contaminated patient, has been added, in light of current • practical issues that are encountered during the concerns around the potential transfer of transfer process from both an equipment and a infection between patients and staff. The major clinical perspective revisions to this STaR coursebook bring it into • special considerations and circumstances that line with the latest thinking on patient transfers, require additional planning making it an invaluable guide for anyone • useful appendices that contain supporting involved in this aspect of health care. information, sample checklists and example 2006 | 9780727918550 | 248 pages | £45.99/$86.95/€57.90 documentation. 2008 | 9781405169196 | 208 pages | £49.99/$94.95/€62.90 For more information on all our books, please visit www.wiley.com/medicine 5
    • Pre-Hospital Advanced Paediatric Life Paediatric Life support: the support: the Practical Approach Practical Approach 2nd Edition 4th Edition Advanced Life support Advanced Life support group group Manchester, UK Manchester, UK This practical book, written especially for pre- This internationally acclaimed bestseller covers hospital staff, provides all the information needed the full advanced paediatric life support course, to deal with children in life threatening situations with the core sections for the abbreviated one-day before arriving at hospital. It is a complementary course clearly picked out. The book provides volume to the bestselling Advanced Paediatric practical guidance for managing children and Life Support (ISBN 9780727918475, page 6). infants in the first life-threatening “golden” hour. This edition goes beyond immediate management This comprehensive and authoritative guide is to include stabilisation and transfer, includes based upon the protocols that ensure a smooth updated material at www.alsg.org.uk, and features transfer from pre-hospital to hospital care, comes BestBETs and other evidence-based references in an easy-to-handle, A5 ring binder, and includes throughout. additional quick-to-follow algorithms of at the scene procedures. 2004 | 9780727918475 | 416 pages | £39.99/$75.95/€49.90 2005 | 9780727918529 | 240 pages | £32.99/$60.95/€39.90 Forthcoming 5th Edition publishing in March 2011 9781444330595 | 416 pages | £37.99/$64.95/€47.90 For more information on all our Emergency Medicine resources, 6 please visit www.wiley.com/go/emergencymed
    • emergency Acute medical Paediatric care emergencies: cd-rom: the the Practical Practical Approach Approach Advanced Life support Advanced Life support group group Manchester, UK Manchester, UK With over 900 pages of management including This major text, based on the Advanced Life more than 500 clinical photographs, x rays, Support Group course, is a comprehensive and ECGs, this CD Rom contains information on the practical guide which deals with the medical clinical management of neonatal and paediatric aspects of diagnosis and treatment of acute emergencies. Also included are over 120 videos emergencies. which demonstrate children experiencing Contents include: emergency problems and receiving various life saving procedures, an essential element of the CD • Recognition of the medical emergency Rom as a training tool. • Presenting complaints There are algorithms for the management of • Failures emergencies throughout, as well as a formulary • Interpretation of emergency investigations of emergency drugs. A valuable resource to all • Special circumstances who are dealing with this element of paediatric • Practical procedures life support. 2000 | 9780727914644 | 464 pages | £49.99/$94.95/€62.90 2004 | 9781405132626 | cd-rom | £34.99/$54.95/€42.90 Forthcoming 2nd Edition p u b l i s h i n g i n J u ly 2 0 1 0 9780727918543 | 508 pages £45.00/$79.95/€54.90 For more information on all our books, please visit www.wiley.com/medicine 7
    • disaster rules emergency surgery Disaster Rules timothy J. Hodgetts, Adam Brooks, Bryan A. Timothy Hodgetts, Peter Mahoney, Peter mahoney, cotton, nigel tai & rob russell & nick castle Peter F. mahoney Rob Russel and Nick Castle University of Birmingham; Nottingham University NHS Trust, The Royal Centre for Defence Nottingham, and The Royal Medicine, Birmingham; Academic Centre for Defence Medicine, Department of Military Emergency Birmingham; Vanderbilt Medicine, Birmingham; Frimley University; The Royal London Park Hospital, Surrey Hospital; The Royal Centre for Defence Medicine, Birmingham Disaster Rules is a pocket-sized companion to the popular Trauma Rules 2 (9780727916495, page 10). Emergency Surgery provides both a practical It follows the successful format and presents a guide and an understanding of the issues that structured set of easily memorised epithets for need to be considered in the management use in emergency situations — when even the of emergency surgery patients. It presents a most experienced health professional may need clear account of the key issues involved in the a quick prompt to speed them into action. Each assessment, investigation, resuscitation and rule is followed by concise yet authoritative, surgical management of patients who present to evidence-based explanations and guidance. the on-call emergency team. Disaster Rules is written by leading emergency It considers the full breadth of issues encountered and pre-hospital physicians who have extensive in these patients including anaesthesia, experience of the varied civilian and military pre-op resuscitation/optimization, and initial disaster situations that this book covers, and is post-operative care including preliminary illustrated throughout with photographs and line high dependency/critical care, as well as the drawings. complications and acute issues found in acute surgical patients on the ward. december 2010 | 9781405193788 | 160 pages £24.99/$49.95/€29.90 It is ideal for surgical trainees as well as trainees from other specialties involved in the care of these complex and challenging patients. April 2010 | 9781405170253 | 228 pages £44.99/$74.95/€54.90 For more information on all our Emergency Medicine resources, 8 please visit www.wiley.com/go/emergencymed
    • occupational emergency Occupational Emergency emergency medicine: Avoiding Medicine medicine the Pitfalls and Edited by Michael Greenberg michael greenberg improving the Drexel University College of outcomes Medicine Amal mattu & deepi goyal University of Maryland; Mayo Clinic College of Medicine The vast majority of acute occupational illnesses Emergency Medicine focuses on the common and injuries are first seen and assessed in the pitfalls and mistakes that can occur when emergency department, but the overwhelming dealing with high-risk conditions during standard majority of emergency medicine professionals medical practice. Concise chapters focus on have no formal training in occupational medicine. clinical relevance, addressing the mistakes, the This book supplies needed guidance on the legal consequences and the knowledge necessary to implications for the physician, department, and avoid high-risk mistakes. An essential book for hospital as well as the most effective and time- all staff dealing with emergencies. efficient treatments for common injuries. “Clearly organized around the tendencies of the december 2010 | 9781405180719 | 256 pages good emergency physician, it has a dedication £34.99/$69.95/€42.90 to evidence, with the clear belief that data will protect our patients.” Doodys Reviews 2007 | 9781405141666 | 128 pages | £33.99/$56.95/€42.90 For more information on all our books, please visit www.wiley.com/medicine 9
    • trauma rules 2: Visual diagnosis incorporating in emergency and military trauma critical care rules medicine 2nd Edition christopher P. Holstege, timothy J. Hodgetts & Alexander B. Baer, Lee turner Jesse m. Pines & University of Birmingham; Linton William J. Brady Military Camp, New Zealand University of Virginia; University of Virginia; Trauma Rules 2 retains its lively and fun University of Pennsylvania; presentation to help you remember the essential University of Virginia principles of trauma care and feel confident about Containing high quality images, this book handling and treating patients appropriately in presents the common visual diagnoses that are the first hours of injury. Thoroughly expanded either pathognomonic or suggestive of specific and updated, and now including military trauma illnesses. Organized randomly as a patient would rules, the second edition of this popular pocket present their ‘chief complaint’ rather than neatly book now offers: into topics, this book is an invaluable aid for all • 70 easy-to-memorize rules covering the health care personnel who manage patients in important aspects of trauma care acute care settings. This book is also ideal for • clear, authoritative explanations and instructive national examination review. illustrations 2006 | 9781405134910 | 176 pages | £47.99/$83.95/€59.90 • the three principal stages of trauma management: approach to the patient, initial assessment and resuscitation, and investigation and definitive care. Trauma Rules 2 is compiled especially for those dealing with the immediate and early management of the severely injured patient. 2006 | 9780727916495 | 160 pages | £23.99/$41.95/€29.90 For more information on all our Emergency Medicine resources, 10 please visit www.wiley.com/go/emergencymed
    • emergency major incident triage management 2nd Edition system (mims) manchester triage group timothy J. Hodgetts & Manchester, UK crispin Porter University of Birmingham; Frimley Park Hospital, Surrey The Manchester Triage System (MTS) is the most This highly practical aid to management of major widely used triage system in the UK, Europe incidents is the refined and improved latest and Australia, with tens of millions of patients edition of Prehospital Emergency Management being processed through hospital emergency Master. departments. Emergency Triage is the core text Concentrating on the essential elements in for the MTS which utilises a risk averse system treatment and transport of the wounded in of prioritisation for patients in all unscheduled a major incident this system provides easily care settings, and as such it is an essential text for assimilable information on: all emergency department staff using the MTS, in particular triage nurses themselves. • symbols and terminology • first actions This second edition has been revised throughout and takes in the changes in practice introduced • METHANE report into MTS to reflect the more up to date, modified • command approach to triage while retaining the principles • safety of clinical prioritisation, which in the authors’ • communications words remains a central plank of clinical risk • triage management in emergency care. • treatment Emergency Triage is an essential handbook for all • transport clinicians involved in unscheduled care settings such as emergency care, walk in centres, minor The system is produced on waterproof pages, injury units, and primary care out-of-hours and includes 12 separate action cards for use by services. auxiliary helpers, and a log for recording the facts. The complete package comes in a handy sized 2005 | 9780727915429 | 192 pages | £19.99/$37.95/€24.90 ring binder, allowing users to add their own local notes. The use of colour and easily recognisable icons makes this a valuable aid even in the most difficult conditions. 2002 | 9780727916143 | 124 pages | £39.99/$77.95/€49.90 For more information on all our books, please visit www.wiley.com/medicine 11
    • evidence-Based evidence-Based chronic Pain emergency care: management diagnostic testing cathy stannard, eija and clinical kalso & Jane Ballantyne decision rules Macmillan Centre, Frenchay Jesse m. Pines & Hospital, Bristol; University of Helsinki; University of Worth W. everett Pennsylvania Both University of Pennsylvania Pain management is a critical element of This useful handbook provides a concise patient care, particularly in chronic disease. compilation of the evidence supporting diagnostic This genuinely evidence-based text for optimum testing and clinical decision rules in emergency pain relief in chronic illness provides the care. Clinical decision rules are now widely information on which to build more coherent and recognised as best practice for the ordering of diagnostic tests in the emergency department. standardized strategies for pain relief. Aimed at all physicians working with emergency Evidence-Based Chronic Pain Management seeks and acute patients, the book begins with an to answer the questions both about which are overview of how to evaluate a diagnostic test the most effective methods, and those which using an evidence-based approach, followed by are not effective yet continue to be used. In an explanation of the clinical decision rules taking this thorough approach, the book provides and the methods of assessing the strength and all clinicians managing patients with chronic applicability of the clinical prediction rule. pain with complementary focuses: a critically These introductory chapters are followed by appraised review of the evidence, and a guide to sections covering the following clinical areas: using the evidence for optimum management of • Traumatic Injuries the individual patient. • Cardiology march 2010 | 9781405152914 | 464 pages • Infectious Disease £120.00/$199.95/€149.00 • Surgical and Abdominal Complaints • Urology • Neurology • Ophthalmology, Hematology, Rheumatology • Pulmonology For each test and clinical decision rule, the most current and best-available studies in the literature are discussed and applied to emergency department and acute care patients in addressing the question at hand, followed by an overall recommendation on how to use the test or rule in the clinical context. Evidence-based Emergency Care is an accessible and extremely useful reference for physicians at all levels to use in applying an evidence-based approach to ordering and interpreting tests in an acute care environment. 2008 | 9781405154000 | 296 pages | £49.99/$83.95/€62.90 For more information on all our Emergency Medicine resources, 12 please visit www.wiley.com/go/emergencymed
    • evidence-Based critical decisions in emergency medicine emergency and Brian H. rowe, eddy s. Acute care electro- Lang, michael d. Brown, cardiography debra Houry, david H. William J. Brady & newman & Peter c. Wyer Jonathon d. truwit University of Alberta; McGill University of Virginia; University University; Michigan State of Virginia University; Emory University; Roosevelt Hospital Center, New York; Columbia University This scenario-based text provides answers to urgent and emergent questions in acute, Emergency physicians assess and manage a wide emergency, and critical care situations focusing variety of problems from patients presenting with a on the electrocardiogram in patient care diversity of severities, ranging from mild to severe management. The text is arranged in traditional and life-threatening. They are expected to maintain topics areas such as ACS, dysrhythmia, etc yet their competency and expertise in areas where each chapter is essentially a question with several there is rapid knowledge change. Evidence-based cases illustrating the clinical dilemma — the Emergency Medicine is the first book of its kind chapter itself is a specific answer to the question. in emergency medicine to tackle the problems practicing physicians encounter in the emergency This is a unique format among textbooks with setting using an evidence-based approach. an ECG focus. The clinical scenarios cover the issues involved in detecting and managing major It summarizes the published evidence available cardiovascular conditions. Focused, structured for the diagnosis and treatment of common discussion then solves these problems in a emergency health care problems in adults. clinically relevant, rapid, and easy to read fashion. Each chapter contextualizes a topic area using a clinical vignette and generates a series of key This novel approach to ECG instruction is clinically important diagnostic and treatment ideal for practicing critical care and emergency questions. By completing detailed reviews of physicians, specialist nurses, cardiologists, as well diagnostic and treatment research, using evidence as students and trainees with a special interest in from systematic reviews, RCTs, and prospective the ECG. observational studies, the authors provide 2009 | 9781405159067 | 488 pages | £59.99/$99.95/€72.90 conclusions and practical recommendations. Focusing primarily on diagnosis in areas where evidence for treatment is well accepted (e.g. DVTs), and treatment in other diseases where diagnosis is not complex (e.g. asthma), this text is written by leading emergency physicians at the forefront of evidence-based medicine. Evidence-based Emergency Medicine is ideal for emergency physicians and trainees, emergency department staff, and family physicians specialising in the acute care of medical and injured patients. 2008 | 9781405161435 | 680 pages | £165.99/$289.00/€205.00 For more information on all our books, please visit www.wiley.com/medicine 13
    • ecgs for the ecgs for the emergency emergency Physician 1 Physician 2 Amal mattu & Amal mattu & William J. Brady William J. Brady University of Maryland; University of Maryland; University of Virginia University of Virginia With over 200 traces to test your knowledge, this This extension to the popular ECGs for the book is a first class learning tool for emergency Emergency Physician 1 (ISBN 9780727916549, physicians. Basic student-level knowledge of page 14) continues to provide the emergency ECGs is assumed, so the reader can move directly health care provider with outstanding practical to learning about the more complex traces that and emergency medicine-relevant teaching of a occur in the emergency department. The level life-saving skill: emergency electrocardiography of difficulty is stratified into two sections for interpretation. specialists in training and specialist emergency This volume can be used individually or paired physicians. with Volume 1 to present one of the most A minimum amount of information is given comprehensive and educational ECG collections beneath each trace, as if in the real situation. The ever assembled for emergency physicians and full clinical description is printed in a separate other acute health care providers. section to avoid the temptation of “looking”. Special features of this volume include: Accompanied by learning points, and with the • Greater focus on dysrhythmias cases presented randomly, this book provides a • Provision of more clinical outcomes of actual rich source of information on the interpretation cases to simulate real-life experience in of ECGs — a core skill for all emergency emergency medicine department staff. • More pearls and pitfalls to help avoid clinical 2003 | 9780727916549 | 176 pages | £27.99/$44.95/€34.90 errors and learn from common mistakes • Superb illustrations in the commentary section to assist both learners and teachers ECGs for the Emergency Physician 2 will benefit all emergency health care providers, especially experienced physicians, residents/registrars in training, students, nurses, paramedics. 2008 | 9781405157018 | 224 pages | £35.99/$61.95/€44.90 For more information on all our Emergency Medicine resources, 14 please visit www.wiley.com/go/emergencymed
    • cardiovascular Advanced Practice critical care in critical care: mark griffiths, A case study Jeremy cordingley & Approach susanna Price sarah mcgloin & All Royal Brompton Hospital, Anne mcLeod London University College Suffolk, Ipswich; City University, London Remarkable improvements in cardiac survival Advanced Practice in Critical Care provides rates have made cardiovascular critical care experienced critical care nurses with a clear much more common, but no less challenging for and distinct evidence base for contemporary the practitioner. This important volume draws critical care practice. Central to the book is the on the skills of an expert team of editors and application of research and evidence to practice contributors to present a timely overview of and, therefore, case studies and key critical care clinical practice. clinical situations are used throughout the book. The book covers the full range of the field, from This key new book provides in-depth rationales pre-operative assessment and the haematological for contemporary critical care practice in an effort complications of cardiovascular surgery and to increase the depth of knowledge of nurses who critical care to the care of patients with: care for the critically ill patient, so that they can • Arrhythmias truly evaluate their care interventions in view of underlying pathophysiology and evidence. Each • Heart Failure chapter introduces a patient scenario, which is • Adult Congenital Heart Disease developed and explored throughout the course of • Mitral Valve Disease the chapter. Advanced assessment techniques are • Aortic Valve Disease explained and the underlying pathophysiology is • Infective Endocarditis discussed in depth. • Vasculitis Advanced Practice in Critical Care is an essential The authors also address the special problems resource for experienced practitioners within associated with the management of conditions critical care whom primarily care for patients consequent upon pregnancy, eclampsia, and the requiring high dependency or intensive care. hypertensive crisis. April 2010 | 9781405185653 | 280 pages £33.99/$57.99/€42.90 With high-quality illustrations and a helpful index, Cardiovascular Critical Care gives you access to information that helps you provide the best possible care to your patients. June 2010 | 9781405148573 | 504 pages £74.99/$129.95/€92.90 For more information on all our books, please visit www.wiley.com/medicine 15
    • Acute medicine: essential guide to A Practical guide Acute care to the management 2nd Edition of medical nicola cooper, kirsty emergencies Forrest & Paul cramp 4th Edition The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust; The Leeds Teaching david c. sprigings & Hospitals NHS Trust; Bradford John B. chambers Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Northampton General Hospital; Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals, The Essential Guide to Acute Care contains London and Maidstone Hospital, everything you really need to know about acute Kent care that you can’t find in a standard textbook This extremely popular title has become the and have probably never been taught before. definitive pocket guide to the management Starting with the concept of patients at risk, the of medical emergencies for front-line hospital Essential Guide to Acute Care explains how doctors. It provides detailed guidance on the to recognise and manage the generic altered diagnosis and treatment of all common conditions physiology that accompanies acute illness. and includes a step-by-step guide to the nine most The principles of acute care are explained simply important practical procedures in acute medicine. yet comprehensively. Throughout the book Content is divided into common presentations, mini-tutorials expand on the latest thinking specific problems and procedures, and has or controversies, and practical case histories been broadened to include all problems in reinforce learning at the end of each chapter. The general medicine likely to be encountered chapters are designed to be read by individuals or in the emergency department. A key feature used for group tutorials in acute care. of this fourth edition is the integration of 2006 | 9781405139724 | 216 pages | £24.99/$47.95/€29.90 echocardiography. Extensively revised and updated to reflect current approaches to diagnosis and management, this edition also incorporates colour and uses flow diagrams, tables and figures to make key information easily and quickly accessible. 2007 | 9781405129626 | 672 pages | £34.99/$65.95/€42.90 For more information on all our Emergency Medicine resources, 16 please visit www.wiley.com/go/emergencymed
    • Practical teaching invasive medical in emergency skills: A multimedia medicine Approach robert L. rogers, Amal mark stoneham & mattu, michael Winters & Jonathan Westbrook Joseph martinez Both John Radcliffe Hospital, All University of Maryland School Oxford and Oxford University of Medicine Inherent to the teaching and practice of First Prize in the Electronic Media category at the emergency medicine are specific challenges not British Medical Association Book Awards 2008 found in other specialties - the unknowns of the Allay your anxieties about performing complex emergency department, the need to identify life- practical procedures under pressure and increase and limb-threatening conditions, the pressure your confidence and competence with Invasive to solve problems and find solutions quickly, Medical Skills: A Multimedia Approach. This and the orchestration of clinical specialists and multimedia package, with accompanying DVD, ancillary services. covers all the core invasive medical skills Because of these unique demands, books required by senior medical students and junior written by clinicians from other disciplines, doctors, including injections, cannulation, airway that extrapolate their information from other management, catheterization and chest drain specialties, arent always suitable references for insertion. teachers of emergency medicine. This book is All the clinical procedures are covered by videos different — it shows how to incorporate effective and commentaries and are also supported at the teaching strategies into the unique teaching click of your mouse with: atmosphere of the emergency department, how to effectively lecture, lead small groups, give • Animations explaining what is occurring under feedback, foster life-long faculty development the skin, or how complications can occur skills, and much more - it is written by • Notes which include indications, emergency medicine physicians for emergency contraindications, theory and technology, tricks medicine physicians. of the trade, complications and references • Anatomy portrayed with relevant diagrams and Practical Teaching in Emergency Medicine photos with an on/off labels feature gets to the essential core of how to best teach the art of practicing emergency medicine and • Equipment photographs of everything required provides the blueprint to become a better teacher, to perform the procedure providing guidance on how to accomplish skilful Invasive Medical Skills: A Multimedia Approach teaching in busy emergency departments. It gives an opportunity to develop in-depth provides emergency physicians and trainees understanding of the principles of invasive with the necessary tools to effectively and clinical techniques and knowledge of how to efficiently transmit information to learners in conduct them safely and comfortably for patients. the often times chaotic emergency department 2007 | 9781405159869 | 160 pages | £24.99/$47.95/€29.90 environment. 2009 | 9781405176224 | 264 pages | £32.99/$52.95/€39.90 For more information on all our books, please visit www.wiley.com/medicine 17
    • Acute medicine: Acute and critical clinical cases care medicine uncovered at a glance chris roseveare 2nd Edition Southampton University richard Leach Hospitals Trust Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital Trust and King’s College, London Acute Medicine is the central part of foundation This new edition of Acute and Critical Care and specialist general medical training and is Medicine at a Glance provides a brief and one of the most rapidly expanding UK hospital straightforward, yet rapid, introduction to care specialties. Acute Medicine: Clinical Cases of the critically ill that can be easily assimilated Uncovered combines patient cases and outcomes, prior to starting a new job or clinical attachment. drawn from real-life experiences, with reference It encompasses the clinical, diagnostic and to the curriculum for Training in General (Acute) therapeutic skills required to manage acutely Medicine. It provides self-assessment MCQs, ill patients in a variety of settings, and EMQs and SAQs to give medical students, junior includes assessment of the acutely unwell doctors, nurses and allied healthcare professionals patient, monitoring, emergency resuscitation, the perfect preparation for life on the wards. oxygenation, circulatory support, and methods of 2009 | 9781405168830 | 256 pages | £20.99/$41.95/€24.90 ventilation and management of a wide variety of medical and surgical emergencies. There are new chapters on fluid management, “This is a great book for people who like solid oxygenation, non-invasive ventilation, answers to practical questions. Unlike some recognition of the seriously ill patient and revision books this one is actually useful to doctors and not just medical students wanting to hospital-acquired infections, to provide an pass finals. It tackles common presentations, not invaluable resource for all undergraduates in rare conditions and is interesting to read however medicine, as well as clinical medical students, it cannot act as a substitute for seeing real junior doctors, nurses caring for acutely-ill patients.” The Murmur patients and paramedics. 2009 | 9781405161398 | 144 pages | £21.99/$38.95/€27.90 For more information on all our Emergency Medicine resources, 18 please visit www.wiley.com/go/emergencymed
    • Lecture notes: ABc of emergency imaging in trauma medicine Leonard J. king & 3rd Edition david c. Wherry chris moulton & Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust, and david yates the British Army; Uniformed Royal Bolton Hospital; Services of the University of Hope Hospital, University of Health Sciences, Bethesda Manchester Lecture Notes: Emergency Medicine covers An understanding of current trauma imaging all the core aspects of accident and emergency concepts is essential for all medical personnel work. It concentrates on the essentials with involved in the care of trauma patients where “immediate action” first and then subsequent the outcome may depend on a rapid assessment treatments. It has been written for students and of the nature and severity of injuries, allowing trainees in accident and emergency medicine by appropriate medical management and surgical or two outstanding physicians. It also provides an non-surgical intervention. invaluable source of information and instruction Containing more than 300 state of the art full for anyone, in particular primary care doctors colour images, the ABC of Imaging in Trauma and nurses, who need to know how to diagnose addresses this increasingly important area and and manage the early stages of acute medical provides a concise and practical guide to the role, problems. This edition has also been updated to performance and interpretation of emergency cover the latest resuscitation guidelines. imaging procedures in disaster victims and 2006 | 9781405122733 | 456 pages | £26.99/$54.95/€32.90 major trauma patients, and focuses on the use of CT, ultrasound, and MRI scanning to diagnose such patients. It is ideal for the non specialist “This is one of the best textbooks on the market and emergency physicians, Foundation doctors, for Emergency Medicine. It has a clear logical trainee radiologists, and specialist trauma nurses. approach to the topics and is thoroughly readable. The book contains all the latest information January 2010 | 9781405183321 | 144 pages on how to diagnose and manage acute medical £25.99/$44.95/€32.90 problems. Any medical student or foundation doctor can not afford to be without this book.” Medical Student, Keele University For more information on all our books, please visit www.wiley.com/medicine 19
    • ABC of ABc of ABc of ABC ABC Intensive Care Intensive Care of intensive care major trauma About the ABC of Intensive Care Edited by Ron Daniels,Good Hope Hospital, Heart of England Foundation Trust, Birmingham, UK, Surviving Sepsis Campaign UK and Survive Sepsis,and Tim Nutbeam, Emergency Medicine Specialist Trainee, West Midlands Deanery, UK and Survive Sepsis The importance of early prevention and treatment of sepsis has never been Intensive Care greater. In the UK alone sepsis contributes to more deaths than lung cancer, bowel cancer and breast cancer combined, and approximately one third of patients who suffer from severe sepsis die. The ABC of Sepsis provides a much graham nimmo & needed introduction and an invaluable aid in the increasing efforts to reduce 4th Edition hospital infection and improve patient safety. As growing numbers of junior medical staff experience emergency medicine, critical care and acute medicine as part of the foundation programme, there second edition is an increasing need to develop the skills required to treat severe sepsis. The editors are involved with the Survive Sepsis campaign – developed to improve the recognition, diagnosis and treatment of sepsis – and are perfectly placed to mervyn singer guide junior medics, GPs, specialist nurses, critical care nurses and primary care david skinner & staff through this core aspect of acute medicine. Edited by Graham Nimmo and Mervyn Singer Singer | Nimmo About the ABC series Stirling Royal Infirmary; Peter driscoll University College London John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford; Hope Hospital, Salford www.abcbookseries.com This new and updated edition is a practical guide Pre-hospital care is a growing area in medicine, to intensive care for the non-specialist, and and emergency treatments are becoming more covers the core knowledge and principles of IC sophisticated as the potential to save lives patient management. It follows new guidance grow. The fourth edition of this ABC has been on end of life care, brain stem death and organ thoroughly updated and includes new chapters donation, with colour images throughout and on nuclear and biological emergencies. Each includes the basics of physiology and ‘best chapter gives concise and clear guidance and practice’ management in the ICU and chapters is accompanied by excellent photographs and on haematological support and imaging. It is also diagrams. fully endorsed by the Intensive Care Society. Edited and written by leading UK trauma november 2010 | 9781405178037 | 80 pages authorities, this is a truly comprehensive and £19.99/$36.95/€24.90 practical book for everyday use by emergency medicine staff, nurses, hospital doctors, paramedics, and ambulance services. march 2011 | 9780727918598 | 168 pages £24.99/$44.95/€29.90 For more information on all our Emergency Medicine resources, 20 please visit www.wiley.com/go/emergencymed
    • ABc of ABc of Practical Procedures emergency tim nutbeam & differential ron daniels diagnosis Good Hope Hospital, Francis morris & Birmingham and Survive Sepsis; Good Hope Hospital, Alan Fletcher Birmingham, Surviving Sepsis Both Northern General Hospital, Campaign UK and Survive Sepsis Sheffield The ABC of Practical Procedures is a fully A practical guide to the diagnosis and treatment illustrated guide to the core skills and procedures of acute symptoms and conditions, the ABC of all those at the frontline of care need to know. Emergency Differential Diagnosis provides a With over 280 full colour illustrations, every step-by-step guide to emergency differential stage of each procedure is illustrated with diagnosis for non-specialists in a hospital or colour step-by-step photographs as it is being primary care setting. performed. Covering key competencies such local This new title in the ABC series covers anaesthesia, blood taking, and thoracic drain and the assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and central venous catheter insertions, each practical management of the most common symptoms procedure is accompanied with useful hints and with ‘walk through’ diagnosis, clear learning tips for key learning. outcomes, and easy to find treatment options. This new ABC provides a guide to performing the Using the familiar problem-based teaching most common practical procedures undertaken approach for rapid assimilation of information, by healthcare professionals including junior case studies in each chapter allow the reader to be doctors, nurses and paramedics. It is also ideal for sure that they have synthesised the information the needs of the Foundation Programme, for all given and can apply it to clinical cases. trainee doctors and medical students. 2009 | 9781405170635 | 96 pages | £26.99/$49.95/€32.90 2009 | 9781405185950 | 144 pages | £25.99/$44.95/€32.90 For more information on all our books, please visit www.wiley.com/medicine 21
    • ABc of ABc of medical Law transfusion Lorraine corfield, 4th Edition ingrid granne & marcela contreras William Latimer-sayer Royal Free & University College Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Hospitals Medical School, Trust, London; University London of Oxford; Lawyer, Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury Specialist Blood services and Transfusion Medicine have An understanding of medical law is increasingly become more clinical, scientific, well organised important for all health professionals and this and consolidated over the last 20 years. More new ABC provides a basic introduction to the is known about the frequency and aetiology of legal issues faced in health care that is accessible the hazards of blood transfusions. The ABC of to anyone without any legal knowledge. The Transfusion is a well established introduction ABC of Medical Law provides ideal guidance to for all staff working in blood services, blood the practicing physician - covering just what you transfusion departments, surgical units and need to know without becoming embroiled in intensive care, and all prescribers and users of complicated legal discussion. blood. It is a comprehensive, highly regarded The ABC of Medical Law has up-to-date coverage guide to all the practical aspects of blood of the legal issues to be found in daily medical transfusion, including the various complications practice, including confidentiality, research, that can arise. consent, negligence, organ donation and human This fourth edition of ABC of Transfusion rights, as well as more contentious issues such includes five new chapters on all the latest issues as tissue retention and withholding/withdrawing including pre-transfusion testing, vCJD, stem cell treatment. Well illustrated and presented in a transplantation, immunotherapy, and appropriate user-friendly format, chapters include summaries use of blood - reflecting the fact that transfusion and cases to help clarify the points made. medicine has been revolutionised. Useful as a Written by practising clinicians with expertise practical guide, a refresher or for quick reference, in medical law and a medical barrister, the it covers all essential transfusion matters and ABC of Medical Law will help keep a practice is an ideal source of information for all health within the constraints of the law and is ideal for professionals involved with safe and efficient use GPs, junior doctors and medical students, and of blood. anyone wanting to understand the broad basics of 2009 | 9781405156462 | 128 pages | £26.99/$49.95/€32.90 medical law. 2009 | 9781405176286 | 64 pages | £19.99/$35.95/€24.90 For more information on all our Emergency Medicine resources, 22 please visit www.wiley.com/go/emergencymed
    • ABc of ABc of clinical tubes, drains, electrocardiography Lines and Frames 2nd Edition Adam Brooks, Francis morris, Peter F. mahoney & William J. Brady & Brian rowlands John camm Nottingham University NHS Northern General Hospital, Trust, Nottingham, and The Sheffield; University of Virginia; Royal Centre for Defence St. George’s, University of London Medicine, Birmingham; The Royal Centre for Defence Electrocardiography is an essential tool in Medicine, Birmingham; Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham diagnosing cardiac disorders. This second edition University NHS Trust and of the ABC of Clinical Electrocardiography University of Nottingham allows readers to become familiar with the wide Surgical patients are increasingly undergoing range of patterns seen in the electrocardiogram in operative procedures that require complex clinical practice and covers the fundamentals of post-operative care followed by prolonged ECG interpretation and analysis. rehabilitation in the community, and few leave Fully revised and updated, this edition includes a surgery without a wound, tube, line or drain. self-assessment section to aid revision and check The care of these surgical adjuncts is undertaken comprehension, clear anatomical diagrams to either in hospital by ward staff or away from illustrate key points and a larger format to show the hospital in the community, where GPs and 12-lead ECGs clearly and without truncation. practice nurses are expected to take over the day-to-day management of this care. Edited and written by leading experts, the ABC of Clinical Electrocardiography is a valuable text for The ABC of Tubes, Drains, Lines and Frames is anyone managing patients with heart disorders, a practical guide that provides a clear account of both in general practice and in hospitals. Junior the key issues involved in the assessment and doctors and nurses, especially those working in management of surgical wounds, tubes, drains, cardiology and emergency departments, as well lines and stomas from the operating theatre to as medical students, will find this a vaulable the Critical Care unit and from the ward into the introduction to the understanding of this key community. It highlights common pitfalls and clinical tool. includes trouble shooting sections that provide an understanding of the issues at all stages of 2008 | 9781405170642 | 112 pages | £27.99/$52.95/€34.90 post-operative care. This new ABC is an invaluable resource for all GPs, practice nurses, surgical nurses, junior doctors, and community paramedics. 2008 | 9781405160148 | 88 pages | £21.99/$37.95/€27.90 For more information on all our books, please visit www.wiley.com/medicine 23
    • ABc of ABc of Patient safety emergency John sandars & radiology gary cook 2nd Edition University of Leeds; Stepping otto chan Hill Hospital, Stockport London Independent Hospital This new title offers an up-to-date introduction Mistakes can easily be made when interpreting on improving patient safety in primary and emergency radiographs. The situation is secondary care. The ABC of Patient Safety often made more difficult by the urgency and covers an area of increasing importance in circumstances in which the radiograph has to healthcare and provides a clear description of be evaluated. This book describes a systematic the underlying principles that influence practice. approach to assessing radiographs, instructing you Patient safety is now an integral part of the on the appearances of radiological abnormalities training for all Foundation doctors and is rapidly and comparing these with normal radiographs. becoming a component of many undergraduate Each chapter covers a different part of the body and postgraduate exams, including the nMRCGP. and leads you through the anatomy, followed by This book is an ideal companion for this training. the different types of view to request, the system of assessment itself, and pitfalls to avoid. A wide variety of clinical staff and managers in primary and secondary care will find this book With its clear explanation, combined with over an essential text, offering an ideal theoretical 400 radiographs and illustrations, this essential and practical aid to patient safety. GPs and book provides a great source of examples that can practice managers will find this book of particular be referred to in the heat of an emergency. It will interest, as well as medical and nursing students. be invaluable for accident and emergency staff, trainee radiologists, medical students, nurses, and 2007 | 9781405156929 | 64 pages | £23.99/$42.95/€29.90 radiographers. 2007 | 9780727915283 | 144 pages | £29.99/$53.95/€37.90 For more information on all our Emergency Medicine resources, 24 please visit www.wiley.com/go/emergencymed
    • ABc of ABc of Wound Healing conflict and Joseph e. grey & disaster keith g. Harding Anthony d. redmond, University Hospital of Wales, Peter F. mahoney, Cardiff and Vale NHS Trust; James m. ryan & Cardiff University and Cardiff and Vale NHS Trust and Gwent cara macnab NHS Trust Keele University; The Royal Centre for Defence Medicine, Birmingham; University College The ABC of Wound Healing is an invaluable London; University College guide for healthcare professionals encountering London various types of wounds. This book covers the The ABC of Conflict and Disaster gives a clear, principles of healing as well as the diagnosis and concise overview of different global situations treatment of different injuries and abrasions. where medical professionals may be able to It contains detailed information on surgical provide invaluable humanitarian assistance. wounds, burns, ulcers, infection, and drugs that It covers topics such as the training and skills will aid quick and efficient healing. needed to cope in an emergency situation as This concise, well illustrated, and highly practical well as the special needs of women and children, text will make an excellent reference for general and public health in the aftermath of a disaster. practitioners, practice nurses, and junior doctors It deals with subjects such as earthquakes handling hospital admissions. and landslides as well as nuclear incidents 2006 | 9780727916952 | 56 pages | £21.99/$37.95/€27.90 and biological warfare both nationally and internationally. Written by experienced professionals in the field, this is an excellent resource for any aid worker or health professional considering going to, training to go to, or having been to a disaster or conflict situation. 2005 | 9780727917263 | 80 pages | £21.99/$37.95/€27.90 For more information on all our books, please visit www.wiley.com/medicine 25
    • ABc of Burns ABc of shehan Hettiaratchy, resuscitation remo Papini & 5th Edition Peter dziewulski m.c. colquhoun, Pan-Thames Training Scheme, A.J. Handley & London; Selly Oak Hospital, t.r. evans Birmingham; Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford, Essex All Resuscitation Council, London Burns are one of the most devastating Concise and clearly illustrated, the ABC of conditions encountered in medicine. The Resuscitation contains practical information on injuries affect people of all ages, both physically all aspects of the subject. and psychologically, in the developed and the Including the latest guidelines are just one of the developing world. The correct management of changes to the 5th edition of this book — many burns needs a skilled multidisciplinary approach of the chapters are completely rewritten, with and this ABC provides an overview of the most material on automated defibrillators, advanced important aspects of burn injuries for healthcare life support including paediatric life support, professionals. drugs, and many illustrations. Presented in a clear and concise manner with “A must for every general practice, ward, or unit.” many illustrations, this book is ideal for medical Care of the Critically Ill students, nurses, hospital doctors, and general practitioners. “A welcome source of knowledge and practical 2004 | 9780727917874 | 56 pages | £21.99/$37.95/€27.90 advice for health care professionals involved in resuscitation.” British Journal of Resuscitation 2003 | 9780727916693 | 111 pages | £28.99/$53.95/€34.90 For more information on all our Emergency Medicine resources, 26 please visit www.wiley.com/go/emergencymed
    • gastrointestinal emergencies 2nd Edition tony c.k. tham, John s.A. collins & roy m. soetikno University of Ulster and Royal Hospitals Trust, Belfast; University of Ulster and Royal Hospitals Trust, Belfast; Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System Emergencies of the GI tract present an enormous challenge to practicing gastroenterologists. The second edition of Gastrointestinal Emergencies provides a practical, up-to-date guide for immediate reference by the practitioner trying to manage complications or emergencies. The text focuses on a range of conditions such as acute pancreatitis, esophageal perforation, capsule endoscopy complications, acute appendicitis, and the difficulties after endoscopy procedures. Gastroenterologists, endoscopists, hepatologists, and GI specialist nurses, and emergency care physicians, whether in training or in practice, will find it an absolutely essential reference tool. 2008 | 9781405146340 | 232 pages | £44.99/$78.95/€54.90 SUBMIT YOUR WORK TO Academic Emergency Medicine The Academic Emergency Medicine state-of-the-art online submission system allows you to track your paper through the entire production process. You will never have to wait, or wonder, when your paper will publish. Submission is fast, easy, and safe. Follow these 5 simple steps: LOG ON TO http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/aemj Log on with your user ID and password. Click “Author Center” and then “Submit First Draft of a New Manuscript.” UPLOAD FILES USING THE FILE MANAGER Use the “Browse” button to select a file. Choose a designation from the list and whether it will be seen by referees. Click “Upload” to add your file. Repeat until all files are uploaded. SUBMIT AND TRACK YOUR PAPER Click “Submit” once you are satisfied. An automatic confirmation with your manuscript number will follow and the progress of your submission can be tracked. Submit at: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/aemj For more information on all our books, please visit www.wiley.com/medicine Medical Submision 7x5 template 09-06787.indd 1 27 7/31/2009 10:35:07 AM