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  • 2017 ClinicalKey
    editor, Paul S. Auerbach ; associate editors Tracy A. Cushing, N. Stuart Harris.
    High-altitude physiology -- High-altitude medicine and pathophysiology -- High altitude and preexisting medical conditions -- Avalanches -- Lightning-related injuries and safety -- Thermoregulation -- Accidental hypothermia -- Immersion into cold water -- Frostbite -- Nonfreezing cold-induced injuries -- Polar medicine -- Pathophysiology of heat-related illnesses -- Clinical management of heat-related illnesses -- Wildland fires : dangers and survival -- Emergency care of the burned patient -- Exposure to radiation from the sun -- Volcanic eruptions, hazards, and mitigation -- Wilderness trauma and surgical emergencies -- Emergency airway management -- Management of facial injuries -- Wound management -- Wilderness orthopedics -- Splints and slings -- Taping and bandaging -- Foot problems and care -- Hunting and fishing injuries -- Tactical medicine -- Combat and casualty care -- Injury prevention : decision making, safety, and accident avoidance -- Bites and injuries inflicted by wild and domestic animals -- Rabies -- Bear behavior and attacks -- Alligator and crocodile attacks -- Wilderness-acquired zoonoses -- Bites by venomous reptiles in Canada, the United States, and Mexico -- Bites by venomous and nonvenomous reptiles worldwide -- Ranch and rodeo medicine -- Emergency veterinary medicine -- Mosquitoes and mosquito-borne diseases -- Malaria -- Arthropod envenomation and parasitism -- Tick-borne diseases -- Spider bites -- Scorpion envenomation -- Protection from blood-feeding arthropods -- Improvised medicine in the wilderness -- Principles of pain management -- The eye in the wilderness -- Wilderness dentistry -- Wilderness cardiology -- Wilderness neurology -- Mental health in the wilderness -- Chronic diseases and wilderness activities -- Wilderness emergency medical services and response systems -- Search and rescue -- Technical rescue, self-rescue, and evacuation -- Litters and carries -- Helicopter rescue and air medical transport -- Essentials of wilderness survival -- Jungle travel and survival -- Desert travel and survival -- Whitewater medicine and rescue -- Caving and cave rescue -- Plant-induced dermatitis -- Toxic plant ingestions -- Toxic mushroom ingestions -- Seasonal and acute allergic reactions -- Ethnobotany : plant-derived medical therapy -- Drowning and submersion injuries -- Safety and survival at sea -- Diving medicine -- Hyperbaric medicine -- Injuries from nonvenomous aquatic animals -- Envenomation by aquatic invertebrates -- Envenomation by aquatic vertebrates -- Aquatic skin disorders -- Seafood toxidromes -- Seafood allergies -- Travel medicine -- Expedition medicine -- Non&North American travel and exotic diseases -- Infectious diarrhea from wilderness and foreign travel -- Natural disaster management -- Global humanitarian medicine and disaster relief -- Natural and human-made hazards : disaster risk management issues -- Global crimes, incarceration, and quarantine -- Nutrition, malnutrition, and starvation -- Field water disinfection -- Dehydration and rehydration -- Living off the land -- Children in the wilderness -- Women in the wilderness -- Older adults in the wilderness -- Persons with disabilities in the wilderness -- Physiology of exercise, conditioning, and performance training for wilderness adventure -- Exercise, conditioning, and performance training -- Wilderness and endurance events -- Canyoneering and canyon medicine -- Cycles, snowmobiles, and other wilderness conveyances -- Medical liability and wilderness emergencies -- Ethics of wilderness medicine -- Wilderness preparation, equipment, and medical supplies -- Emergency oxygen administration -- Telemedicine in the wilderness -- Wilderness and global communications and techniques -- Wilderness navigation techniques -- Principles of meteorology and weather prediction -- Ropes and knot tying -- Ultrasound in the wilderness -- Outdoor clothing for the wilderness professional -- Nonmedical backcountry equipment for wilderness professionals -- Native American healing -- Wilderness medicine education -- MedWAR : medical wilderness adventure race -- Evidence-based wilderness medicine -- National park service medicine -- Genomics in wilderness medicine -- Wilderness management and preservation -- The changing environment -- Biodiversity and human health -- Health implications of environmental change -- Sustainability : leave no trace -- Brief introduction to oceanography -- Brief introduction to forestry -- Brief introduction to earth sciences -- Space medicine : the next frontier.
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    Hardan, Antonio.
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    Feinstein, Carl.
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    Frankovich, Jennifer; Jeng, Michael.
    Dr. Jeng presented 3 case reports: 1) Filipino male, age 15; 2) Filipino girl, age 7 months; 3) Hispanic male, age 10 months with symptoms of unknown origin who were diagnosed with autoinflammatory diseases. Dr. Frankovich gave detailed information about the symptoms, genetics and treatment of the disorders
  • 2015 ScienceDirect
    2015 ClinicalKey
    Andrew J. Connolly, Walter E. Finkbeiner, Philip C. Ursell, Richard L. Davis.
    A mainstay for pathology residents, Autopsy Pathology is designed with a uniquely combined manual and atlas format that presents today's most complete coverage of performing, interpreting, and reporting post-mortem examinations. This lasting and useful medical reference book offers a practical, step-by-step approach to discussing not only the basics of the specialty, but the performance of specialized autopsy procedures as well.
    Also available: Print – 2016

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