PreTest Emergency Medicine 5th Edition by Adam J. Rosh is part of the highly trusted pretest series which covers everything you need to know for the EM clerkship and shelf exam. This free pdf PreTest Emergency Medicine 5th Edition has all questions thoroughly revised, with plenty of new questions and images further new chapters on professionalism, communication, and ethics are included. PreTest Emergency Medicine fifth Edition pdf is one of the best books for the preparation for exams.
What is new in PreTest 5th Edition:
Emergency Medicine: PreTest Self-Assessment and Review, Fifth Edition, is intended to provide medical students, as well as house officers and physicians, with a convenient tool for assessing and improving their knowledge of emergency medicine. The 570 questions in this book are similar in format and complexity to those included in step 2 of the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE). They may also be a useful study tool for step 3, the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) Emergency Medicine and other clerkship examinations.
Each question in this book has a corresponding answer and a short discussion of various issues raised by the question and its answer. For multiple-choice questions, the one best response to each question should be selected. A listing of subject-based recommended readings follows each chapter. To simulate the time constraints imposed by the qualifying examinations for which this book is intended as a practice guide, the student or physician should allot approximately 1 minute for each question. After answering all questions in a chapter, as much time as necessary should be spent reviewing the explanations for each question at the end of the chapter. Attention should be given to all explanations, even if the examinee answered the question correctly. Those seeking more information on a subject should refer to the recommended reading lists or to other standard texts in emergency medicine.
|Book Name||PreTest Emergency Medicine|
|Author of Book||Adam J. Rosh|
Topics of this Edition:
Free Download Emergency Medicine PreTest Self-Assessment and Review 5th Edition in PDF format has the following topics
Chest Pain and Cardiac Dysrhythmias
Shortness of Breath
Abdominal and Pelvic Pain
Trauma, Shock, and Resuscitation
Poisoning and Overdose
Altered Mental Status
Shortness of Breath case study
The following scenario applies to questions 40 and 41.
A 55-year-old woman with a past medical history of hypertension presents to the emergency department (ED) because her tongue and lips feel swollen. During the history, she tells you she recently started a new blood pressure (BP) medication. Her only other medication is a baby aspirin. Her vitals at triage are BP 130/70 mm Hg, heart rate (HR) 85 beats/minute, respiratory rate (RR) 16 breaths/minute, temperature 98.7°F, and oxygen saturation 99% on room air. On physical examination, you detect mild lip and tongue swelling. Over the next hour, you notice that not only are her tongue and lips getting more swollen but that her face is also starting to swell.
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