Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide (Emergency Medicine (Tintinalli)) is a medical reference book.
The book aims to be a practical and clinically rigorous reference for everything medicine related. It covers everything from prehospital care, basic resuscitative techniques, and disaster preparedness, to all the major diseases that require emergency treatment, such as renal and GU disorders, pulmonary emergencies, and hemophilia. Book provides authoritative, in-depth coverage that makes it useful not only in real-life emergency situations, but also for practitioners and residents when preparing for an examination. The book is exhaustive in its content, with over 25 sections, each devoted to a different aspect of emergency care, organ system, and disease. This new edition of the book has been updated and revised to include the most current and relevant information, procedures, and techniques, including any new emergency situations that patients have been found seeking care for. The new edition is in full colour, with illustrative figures and tables. It contains updated tables with clinical information and drugs. The organ system sections have been reorganised and the dermatology chapter has been completely revised to include current treatment and new diagnosis methods. A vast number of new diseases have also been included. Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide (Emergency Medicine (Tintinalli)) was published in 2011 in hardcover by McGraw-Hill Medical. It is in its seventh edition.
- The book won the British Medical Association Book Award in the Surgery category.
- It comes with a DVD with 17 extra chapters.
- It has 418 contributors from over 120 medical centres all over the world.