Jun 202020

Emergency Medicine at your fingertips

Written by clinicians in day-to-day practice of emergency medicine, this book provides a review of all topics relevant to practicing physicians. Contributions from current and recent emergency medicine residents ensures that it is the most up to date resource available for preparation for the ABEM written boards examination, the annual in service examination, and the recertification examination.

Packing a remarkable amount of information into a compact presentation, this book also offers:
* Figures and tables in full color
* Practice questions throughout each chapter
* Mnemonics to aid in recall
* Updated content to match current practice

With its unique format designed to help you learn, retain, and recall information, The Ultimate Emergency Medicine Guide is unlike any resource out there. It truly belongs in the hands of every EM physician.

Content of this book is in part based on actual test experiences. It comes with the best guarantee you will find anywhere. Simply put, use this book and you will excel.


“Dr. Khan has produced an excellent text that manages to cover the broad scope of emergency medicine while remaining concise and easily readable. I give it two very enthusiastic thumbs up and it will have a place on my bookshelf for years to come.”
– Dr. Mark Plaster, founder/executive editor of Emergency Physicians Monthly

“Best review book available. Great questions, great explanations, and a perfect review book to prep you for the EM boards…I have had other review books and none are as good as this one.”

– Dr. Eric Canaday, former chief resident, UMKC

“High-yield, full color, easy-to-read, and entertaining. Can’t ask for more than that in a review book…I would highly recommend this book for all levels, subintern to resident to fellow to attending physician.”
– Dr. Ryan Pedigo, EM student clerkship director, Harbor-UCLA

“The Ultimate EM Guide is concise but detailed, well written, clinically relevant, and up to date. It even has a sense of humor. It’s appropriate for all levels of training and even for those who are recertifying. Overall a great review book for all emergency medicine physicians.”

– Dr. Matthew Gratton, Professor and Chair of Emergency Medicine, Univ of MO-Kansas City



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