Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine Manual 8th edition

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Prior to the spring of my third year of medical school, I hadn’t heard of the specialty emergency medicine. I didn’t know where in the medical center our “emergency room” (ER)1 was and I didn’t know that we had a combined emergency medicine (EM)/internal medicine (IM) residency program. Apparently, they didn’t promote the program much among the medical students. One day, shortly before I was to begin my final year of medical school, an EM/IM resident enlightened me and convinced me to squeeze an EM elective into my upcoming schedule. Fast forward a few months, I began my EM rotation and was hooked. On September 21,1979, three weeks into my EM elective, emergency medicine (EM) was recognized as the 23rd American specialty. Yes, I’m that old and so is our specialty.  I prepared for my initial EM certification board exams using the first edition of The Study Guide. It was well written, easy to read, and much shorter than the current eighth edition of Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine Manual, which is derived from the eighth edition of Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide.  What a great honor it has been to work with Dr. Tintinalli and to contribute to both her namesake textbook and manual. 
While a single editor compiled Tintinalli’s first Study Guide, the eighth edition of Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine Manual includes contributors from across the globe, including several African nations where emergency medicine is an emerging specialty. The eighth edition includes “Palliative Care,” which was certainly not on emergency medicine’s radar in 1979, but is now recognized as a subspecialty of our discipline. We continue to publish the Manual in multiple languages for our readers around the world and hope that the Manual and its online version at accessemergencymedicine.mhmedical.com continues to serve the daily needs of medical students, residents, advanced practice providers, and practicing emergency physicians. 
The co-editors Michael T. Fitch, Scott Joing, Vincent Wang, David M. small or Jun Ma, I would like to thank all the authors for their excellent writing efforts and updating classes while maintaining strong clinical schedules. as a thank you, To the hard working staff at McGraw Hill Education for their guidance in doing this
Project from concept to release: Brian Belval, Kristi Naglieri, Jessica Gonzalez,
Juanita Thompson and Poonam Bisht. Finally, I'm grateful that I've become so cool A team of editors to work with. You have authorized the publication of this brochure a bright. Thanks to Michael, Scott, Vincent, David and John. RKC dedicates this book to Mark, Matthew, Lacey and Noah, in addition to emergencies. Healthcare professionals around the world; MF this book to Macy, Mira and Maya and in memory of Dr. Giovanni Marx. SG dedicates this book to the great Elizabeth,Mika, Owen, Britta and Amy along with the important city of Hanpin EM Medical Center teachers and assistants. Volkswagen dedicates this book to Esther, Ilya And Evelyn; The DMC dedicates this book to the family: home, church and professional. OJM dedicates this book to all those who are committed to improving the quality of care and the patient afety in emergency medicine.

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