Gastrointestinal emergencies : evidence-based answers to key clinical questions / Autumn Graham, David J. Carlberg, editors.

Contributor(s): Graham, Autumn [editor.] | Carlberg, David J [editor.]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2019Description: xxv, 523 pages : illustrations (some color)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319983424; 9783319983431Subject(s): Gastrointestinal emergenciesGenre/Form: Electronic books. DDC classification: 616.3 LOC classification: RC801
Contents:
General Approach to Management of Acute Abdominal Pain.- Gastrointestinal Bleeding.- Abdominal Pain in the Bariatric Surgery Patient.- Colitis/Diverticulitis.- Appendicitis.- Abdominal Pain in Immunocompromised Patients.- Abdominal Pain in the Pregnant Patient.- Pancreatitis.- IBD.- Vomiting.- Bowl Obstruction.- Gallbladder.- Liver.- Mesenteric Ischemia.- AAA/Dissection.
Summary: This book answers key questions asked by emergency clinicians faced with complex gastrointestinal and abdominal pain presentations. Instead of a traditional format that includes epidemiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment options, this book takes an approach that mirrors the way clinicians interact with patients – by asking and answering specific clinical care questions. The book is organized into sections by presentation – gastrointestinal bleeding, for example – each of which contains chapters on specific questions, such as “What is the best clinical risk score for low risk GIB patients?” Each clinical question comes with a detailed, evidence-based response and a summary that gives best practices, recommendations, and references. Additionally, at the end of each section is a chapter titled “Expert Corner,” which asks the same clinical questions to a surgical or gastrointestinal specialist and includes key pearls these experts have for emergency medicine practitioners. Gastrointestinal Emergencies: Evidence-Based Answers to Key Clinical Questions is an essential guide for emergency medicine physicians, residents, and medical students who want to review and improve their care of acute gastrointestinal emergencies.
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Includes index.

General Approach to Management of Acute Abdominal Pain.- Gastrointestinal Bleeding.- Abdominal Pain in the Bariatric Surgery Patient.- Colitis/Diverticulitis.- Appendicitis.- Abdominal Pain in Immunocompromised Patients.- Abdominal Pain in the Pregnant Patient.- Pancreatitis.- IBD.- Vomiting.- Bowl Obstruction.- Gallbladder.- Liver.- Mesenteric Ischemia.- AAA/Dissection.

This book answers key questions asked by emergency clinicians faced with complex gastrointestinal and abdominal pain presentations. Instead of a traditional format that includes epidemiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment options, this book takes an approach that mirrors the way clinicians interact with patients – by asking and answering specific clinical care questions. The book is organized into sections by presentation – gastrointestinal bleeding, for example – each of which contains chapters on specific questions, such as “What is the best clinical risk score for low risk GIB patients?” Each clinical question comes with a detailed, evidence-based response and a summary that gives best practices, recommendations, and references. Additionally, at the end of each section is a chapter titled “Expert Corner,” which asks the same clinical questions to a surgical or gastrointestinal specialist and includes key pearls these experts have for emergency medicine practitioners. Gastrointestinal Emergencies: Evidence-Based Answers to Key Clinical Questions is an essential guide for emergency medicine physicians, residents, and medical students who want to review and improve their care of acute gastrointestinal emergencies.

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