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By Michael I. Greenberg MD MPH, Robert G. Hendrickson MD, Mark Silverberg MD

Featuring greater than 1,100 full-color illustrations, this atlas is a visible advisor to the prognosis and administration of scientific and surgical emergencies. Emergency medication is determined by quickly, exact interpretation of visible cues, making this atlas a useful tool.

The e-book is split into sections on prehospital administration and resuscitation, organ procedure emergencies, and multisystem emergencies. for every particular emergency, the authors current either medical images and illustrations of important diagnostic attempt findings reminiscent of specimens, radiographs, endoscopic photos, and ECGs. The succinct textual content accompanying the illustrations covers sufferer presentation, prognosis, and scientific management.

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2. Domino KB. Pulmonary function and dysfunction in the traumatized patient. Anesthesiol Clin North Am 1996;14:59–84. 3. Greenberg MD, Rosen CL. Evaluation of the patient with blunt chest trauma: an evidence-based approach. Emerg Med Clin North Am 1999;17:41–62. 001-030_Ch01_Greenberg 10/7/04 4:15 PM Page 21 1–17 Escharotomy Steven Moonblatt Clinical Presentation Burns that require escharotomy may involve the extremities, chest, neck, or penis and are usually full thickness and circumferential.

3 Pathophysiology No single factor has been shown to predict a difficult airway. 1,3 Diagnosis Although many factors can alert the physician that intubation will be difficult, it is not until the procedure is actually started and difficulty is encountered that the diagnosis is realized. Clinical Complications Laryngoscopic trauma and hypoxia are the most common complications of the difficult airway. The laryngoscope can cause tooth or mouth injuries or laryngeal fractures. 1-3 Management The operator must be experienced in alternative airway techniques in the event of a failed intubation.

Some patients require immediate tracheostomy and open exploration in the operating room. Ear, nose, and throat (ENT) and surgical specialists should be consulted to evaluate the patient as early as possible. , motor vehicle accident, sports injury, personal assault including strangulation) should help the physician make the diagnosis; a good Management REFERENCES 1. Kleinsasser NH, Priemer FG, Schulze W, Kleinsasser OF. External trauma to the larynx: classification, diagnosis, therapy. Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol 2000;257:439–444.

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