This book is a dedicated resource for those sitting the Part A of the MCEM (Membership of the College of Emergency Medicine) examination. It forms an essential revision guide for emergency trainees who need to acquire a broad understanding of the basic sciences, which underpin their approach to clinical problems in the emergency department. Common clinical scenarios are used to highlight the essential underlying basic science principles, providing a link between clinical management and a knowledge of the underlying anatomical, physiological, pathological and biochemical processes. Multiple choice questions with reasoned answers are used to confirm the candidates understanding and for self testing. Unlike other recent revision books which provide MCQ questions with extended answers, this book uses clinical cases linked to the most recent basic science aspects of the CEM syllabus to provide a book that not only serves as a useful revision resource for the Part A component of the MCEM examination, but also a unique way of understanding the processes underlying common clinical cases seen every day in the emergency department. This book is essential for trainees sitting the Part A of the MCEM exam and for clinicians and medical students who need to refresh their knowledge of basic sciences relevant to the management of clinical emergencies.2007: Resistance exercise in individuals with and without cardiovascular disease : 2007 update: a scientific statement from the ... Williamson, E.B., Bronas, U.G. and Dengel, D.R. 2008: Automated edge detection versus manual edge measurement in ... Winniford, M.D. and Lambert, C.R. 1994: Blood flow measurement.
|Title||:||Basic Sciences for MCEM|
|Author||:||Chetan Trivedy, Matthew Hall, Harold Ellis|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2016-05-15|