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Eduardo F. Talavera, MD
"Concise" is the No. 1 word clinicians use to describe Emergency Medicine Practice and Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice. Maybe it's because they're designed to be all-you-need-to-know briefs – nothing more, nothing less – on the highest-impact topics in emergency medicine. Our authors, peer reviewers, and editors – all emergency medicine experts – do the heavy lifting so you can make the most of your valuable time.
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Thomas Boyer, DO
De Ridder, LA
"I really appreciate the way you present the material. It is both practical and to the point, which gives me a clear and focused reference that is extremely helpful in the busy atmosphere of the emergency room, where you just don't have the time to wade through countless pages of information to get the pearls you need to help guide your treatment. "
Wayne Sizemore, PA-C
New Castle, NH
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Linda Land, NP
De Ridder, LA
"Excellent articles. I especially like how topics are organized by how a patient presents – ie, in terms of symptoms as opposed to a specific diagnosis. "
Thomas Pollehn, MD
Since 1999, EB Medicine has served more than 38,000 emergency clinicians. Emergency Medicine Practice, our flagship journal, has stood the test of time and spawned many other publications and CME courses. These resources give you practical tools for everyday emergency practice, including flowcharts, treatment suggestions, quick-reference charts, point-of-care decision-support calculators, risk management pitfalls, key points, clinical pearls, and extensive reference lists.
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