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Emergency Medicine Practice

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Your subscription to Emergency Medicine Practice provides you with 12 monthly issues, each focusing on real emergencies, from trauma to chronic heart disease, and written by practicing, experienced ED physicians who care deeply about giving every patient the care she deserves. Each issue takes you step by step from the moment your patient presents to the ED with an often vague complaint, through risk stratification, laboratory testing and imaging, all the way to discharge.

In every single issue, you can count on:

  • Transparent critiques of the evidence. Each work cited is defined by its methodology and the number of subjects, so you don't have to guess which recommendations are backed by solid evidence.
  • Clinical pathways that outline the decision-making process for each clinical entity.
  • Unlimited online access to every issue ever published. See for yourself how the science has evolved on topics like hypertension and traumatic brain injury by comparing recent issues to older reviews on the same subject.
  • 144 CME credits available at all times. You can earn CME credits for any issue published within the last 3 years! That's 48 new CME credits per year and ongoing access to 96 credits for the previous 2 years.

We guarantee that Emergency Medicine Practice will boost your clinical confidence, refresh your memory of the fundamentals, and keep you abreast of the most relevant updates in emergency medicine. Try it for 12 full months. If you feel at any time (even on the last day of the 12-month period!) that Emergency Medicine Practice has not helped improve your quality of patient care,