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Fourth Edition
Edited by Allan B. Wolfson, Greg Hendey, Christopher Linden, Carlo L. Rosen, Jeffrey 
Schaider, Ghazala Q. Sharieff, Phyllis Hendry, and Jeffrey R. Suchard
Introduction: Approach to the Emergency Department Patient
Robert L. Wears
Section I. Resuscitation
1. Airway Management
Michael F. Murphy
2. Airway Procedures
Eric F. Reichman
3. Cardiopulmonary Arrest
Christopher Ross and Theresa M. Schwab
4. Shock
Emanuel P. Rivers and David Amponsah
5. Vascular Access
Eric F. Reichman and Joanne L. Oakes
Section II. High Risk Chief Complaints
6. Chest Pain
Robert J. Zalenski and Rebecca R. Roberts
7. Abdominal Pain
Michelle Charfen, Diane M. Birnbaumer and Sheldon Jacobsen
8. Shortness of Breath
C. Keith Stone
9. Syncope
Thomas P. Martin
10. Fever
James H. Bryan and Harold A. Thomas, Jr.
11. Altered Mental Status and Coma
Marcus L. Martin and J. Stephen Huff
12. Headache
Jonathan Edlow
13. Weakness
Andy Jagoda and Yasuharu Okuda
13A. Dizziness
Michele E. Krajicek and Wyatt W. Decker
Section III. Eye Emergencies
14. The Eye Examination
Geoffrey Broocker
15. Common Eye Medications
Geoffrey Broocker
16. The Red Eye
Robert S. Porter
17. Corneal Abrasion and Foreign Bodies
Lori Weichenthal
18. Acute Visual Disturbances
Catherine A. Marco
19. Diplopia
James A. Comes
20. Acute Eye Infections
David A. Kramer and Michael A. Bohrn
21. Acute Angle-Closure Glaucoma
William P. Bozeman
Section IV. ENT and Dental Emergencies
22. Dental Emergencies
Gregory T. Guldner
23. Oral and Maxillofacial Disorders
James T. Amsterdam and William G. Langston, II
24. Nontraumatic Upper Airway Obstruction
Joseph E. Clinton
25. Sore Throat
Michael F. Murphy
26. Complications of Tracheostomies
Valerie Ann Dobiesz and Scott Andrew Miller
27. Sinusitis and Rhinitis
Luis H. Haro and Eric T. Boie
28. Acute Ear Infections in Adults
Harry W. Severance
29. Epistaxis
Jeffrey A. Evans and Todd C. Rothenhaus
30. Vertigo and Labyrinthine Disorders
Eileen M. Raynor and Robert D. Herr
Section V. Pulmonary Emergencies
31. Respiratory Failure
Robert Sigillito and Peter M.C. DeBlieux
32. Pneumonia
Gregory J. Moran and David A. Talan
33. Pleural Effusion
Robert Sigillito and Peter M. C. DeBlieux
34. Asthma
Rita K. Cydulka
35. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
David S. Howes and Marc A. Bellazzini
36. Spontaneous Pneumothorax and Pneumomediastinum
Susan M. Dunmire
37. Pulmonary Embolism
Jeffrey A. Tabas and Erin McNutt
38. Hemoptysis
Steven J. Parrillo
39. Sarcoidosis
Steven J. Parrillo
Section VI. Cardiovascular Emergencies
40. Acute Coronary Syndromes
James T. Niemann
41. Congestive Heart Failure and Cor Pulmonale
James T. Niemann
42. Bradyarrhythymias
David Hartman and David T. Overton
43. Tachyarrhythymias
Mel Herbert and Scott R. Votey
44. The Patient with a Pacemaker or Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillator
Robert M. Rodriguez
45. Valvular Heart Disease
Joseph P. Ornato
46. Infectious Endocarditis
Ian D. Jones and Corey M. Slovis
47. Acute Pericarditis and Cardiac Tamponade
Howard A. Bessen and Richard Byyny
48. Hypertension
Philip Shayne
Section VII. Vascular Emergencies
49. Nontraumatic Carotid and Vertebral Disorders
Brian Chinnock
50. Peripheral Arterial Disease
Darren Braude
51. Deep Venous Thrombosis and Thrombophlebitis
Edward A. Panacek and J. Douglas Kirk
52. Complications of Vascular Grafts
Hoori Hovanessian
53. Venous Gas Embolism
Christopher H. Linden
54. Thoracic Aortic Dissections and Aneurysms
Shawna J. Perry
55. Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm
Matthew R. Lewin and Robert Wears
56. Mesenteric Ischemia and Infarction
Kendall Ho
Section VIII. Gastrointestinal Emergencies
57. Esophageal Disease
Charles M. Seamens and Marc Mikiewicz
58. Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding
Edward A. Panacek and Deborah Diercks
59. Lower Gastrointestinal Bleeding
Catherine B. Custalow
60. Peptic Ulcer Disease
Dale S. Birenbaum
61. Approach to Jaundice
Tobias D. Barker and Gus M. Garmel
62. Acute Diseases of the Biliary Tract
Lance D. Wilson
63. Hepatitis
Mark J. Ault and Joel M. Geiderman
64. Hepatic Failure and Cirrhosis
David M. Cline
65. The Patient with a Liver Transplant
Scott R. Votey, Eric A. Savitsky, and Douglas W. Lowery
66. Pancreatitis
David C. Seaberg and Allan B. Wolfson
67. Acute Appendicitis
Brian K. Snyder
68. Bowel Obstruction
Philip L. Henneman and Susan P. Torrey
69. Hernias
Sharon E. Mace
70. Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Howard A. Werman
71. Diarrhea
Philip N. Salen and Michael B. Heller
72. Diverticular Disease
Michael D. Witting
73. Perianal, Rectal, and Anal Diseases
Wendy C. Coates
74. Gastrointestinal Foreign Bodies
Valerie C. Norton
Section IX. Renal and Urologic Emergencies
75. Hematuria
H. Gene Hern, Jr.
76. Acute Scrotal Mass
Robert E. Schneider
77. Urinary Tract Infections
Eric T. Boie, Deepi G. Goyal, and Annie T. Sadosty
78. Prostatitis
Herbert Bivins
79. Fournier's Gangrene
Gregory W. Hendey and Robert E. Schneider
80. Urolithiasis
Stephen R. Hayden
81. Urinary Incontinence and Retention
Stephen J. Wolf
82. Genitourinary Stents and Catheters
Paul Phrampus and Benjamin Davies
83. Penile Disorders
Douglas L. McGee
84. Azotemia and Acute Renal Failure
Todd C. Rothenhaus and Deborah R. Wong
85. Chronic Renal Failure and Dialysis-Related Emergencies
Allan B. Wolfson
86. The Patient with a Renal Transplant
Louis G. Graff
Section X. Gynecologic Emergencies
87. Pelvic Pain
Joseph Schmidt
88. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
Alfred Sacchetti
89. Vaginal Bleeding in the Non-Pregnant Patient
Eric Anderson
90. Vaginitis
Constance S. Greene
91. Breast Masses and Breast Infection
John M. Howell and Ellen M. Dugan
92. Sexual Assault
Gwendolyn L. Hoffman
Section XI. Obstetric Emergencies
93. Emergencies in Early Pregnancy
Pamela L. Dyne
94. Ectopic Pregnancy
G. Richard Braen and Richard S. Krause
95. Complications of Induced Abortion
Lynne McCullough
96. Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy
Jan M. Shoenberger and Sean O. Henderson
97. Emergencies of Late Pregnancy
Moss H. Mendelson
98. Emergency Delivery
Michael D. Burg and Daan R.C.M. Biesbroeck
99. Postpartum Emergencies
Moss H. Mendelson and Joseph Lang
100. Drugs in Pregnancy and Lactation
David H. Adler and Flavia Nobay
Section XII. Musculoskeletal Disorders
101. Painful Syndromes of the Hand and Wrist
Gary M. Vilke
102. Bursitis and Tendinopathy
Stephen L. Adams
103. Hand Infections
Carl R. Chudnofsky and Paul B. Vanderbeek
104. Low Back Pain
David Della-Giustina
105. Common Foot Disorders
Valerie A. Dobiesz and Louis G. Poulos
106. Monoarticular Arthritis
Alan C. Heffner
107. Polyarticular Arthritis
Harold A. Thomas, Jr. and Richard S. Hartoch
Section XIII. Neurologic Emergencies
108. Organic Brain Syndrome
Rebecca R. Roberts
109. Headache
E. John Gallagher and Adrienne J. Birnbaum
110. Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
Clifton W. Callaway
111. Cerebrovascular Disease
Phillip A. Scott
112. Seizures
Peter Shearer and Andy Jagoda
113. Transient Global Amnesia
Lauren Grossman and Richard M. Kaplan
114. Peripheral Neuropathies
Phyllis A. Vallee and Christopher A. Lewandowski
115. Bell's Palsy and Trigeminal Neuralgia
Lauren Grossman
116. Myopathies and Disorders of Neuromuscular Transmission
Sharad Pandit
117. Demyelinating Disease
Adrienne J. Birnbaum
118. Parkinsonism and Other Movement Disorders
Brendan R. Furlong
Section XIV. Psychiatric Emergencies
119. Medical Clearance
Kerry B. Broderick and Carrie D. Mendoza
120. Depression and Suicidal Ideation
Robert S. Hockberger and Matthew Smith
121. Anxiety Disorders and Panic Attack
Douglas A. Rund, Phillip I. Bialecki, Radu V. Saveanu and Anna Kate Corbin
123. The Agitated or Violent Patient
Katherine Bakes and Vincent J. Markovchick
124. Factitious Illness, Malingering, and Conversion Disorder
Jeffrey Dubin and Mark Smith
125. Bereavement and Grief Reactions
Kenneth V. Iserson
Section XV. Dermatologic Emergencies
126. Life-Threatening Dermatoses
Alan T. Forstater and Kenneth J. Neuberger
127. Papulosquamous Eruptions
John J. Kelly and Mark Spektor
128. Blistering Disorders
Lisa R. Palivos
129. Purpuric Eruptions
Steven C. Hartsell and Steven M. Joyce
130. Urticaria
Theodore A. Christopher, Richard Bruno and Joseph D. Kim
Section XVI. Allergic and Immunologic Emergencies
131. Anaphylaxis
David N. Zull
132. Angioedema
Susan Mumm Fitzgerald and Eric R. Snoey
133. Drug Allergy and Other Drug Reactions
Donna Kinser
134. Multisystem Autoimmune Disease
Theodore I. Benzer and Laurie Vande Krol
Section XVII. Infectious Disease Emergencies
135. Bacteremia, Sepsis, and Septic Shock
Nathan I. Shapiro, Stephen Trzeciak, J. Stephan Stapczynski
136. Skin and Soft-Tissue Infections
Alexander T. Trott
137. Tetanus
Daniel T. Wu
138A. Meningitis and Encephalitis
Richard M. Kaplan
138B. Brain Abscess
E. Bradshaw Bunney
139. Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Christine Anderegg and Diane M. Birnbaumer
140. Lyme Disease
Edward B. Bolgiano and Robert A. Barish
141. Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
Michael A. Gibbs
142. Other Tick-Borne Diseases
Ann P. Nguyen
143. Tuberculosis
Gregory J. Moran and David A. Talan
144. Infectious Mononucleosis
David Anthony Jerrard
145. Influenza
Jonathan S. Olshaker
146. Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection and Related Disorders
Richard E. Rothman, Samuel Yang and Catherine A. Marco
147. Toxic Shock Syndromes
Michelle J. Canham and Frederick M. Schiavone
148. Parasitic Disease
Keith T. Borg and Richard J. Ryan
149. Blood and Body Fluid Exposures in the Health-Care Worker
Peter E. Sokolove
Section XVIII. Hematologic/Oncologic Emergencies
150. Bleeding Disorders
Kathleen C. Hubbell
151. Antithrombotic Therapy and its Complications
John Bailitz
152. Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation, Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura, and 
Hemolytic-Uremic Syndrome
Kathleen C. Hubbell
153. Sickle Cell Disease
Donald M. Yealy and Michele L. Dorfsman
154. Anemia
Louis S. Binder and George S. Kim
155. Transfusion Reactions and Complications
Gregory W. Hendey
156. The Cancer Patient in the Emergency Department
Austen Chai
Section XIX. Endocrine and Metabolic Emergencies
157. Acid-Base Disturbances
Robert Shesser and Tina Rosenbaum
158. Diabetes Mellitus
Scott R. Votey and Anne L. Peters Harmel
159. Diabetic Ketoacidosis
Robert A. Schwab and Michelle Marsala
160. Hyperosmolar Hyperglycemic Coma
Michael E. Chansky and Renee L. Riggs
161. Hypoglycemia
Scott R. Votey and Anne L. Peters Harmel
162. Thyroid Emergencies
Scott C. Sherman
163. Adrenal and Pituitary Disorders
Christine A. Kletti and Clare T. Sercombe
164. Disorders of Sodium and Water Metabolism
Sandra A. Craig
165. Disorders of Potassium Metabolism
Robert G. Buckley
166. Disorders of Calcium, Phosphate, and Magnesium Metabolism
LCDR John W. Love and CDR Robert G. Buckley
167. Rhabdomyolysis
Mark T. Steele
Section XX. Trauma
Part 1. General Considerations
168. General Principles of Trauma
Eric Legome and Peter Rosen
169. Trauma Airway Management
Kevin R. Ward
170. Traumatic Shock
Christopher B. Colwell
171. Wound Management
Judd E. Hollander and Adam J. Singer
Part 2. Specific Injuries
172. Head Injuries
Pierre Borczuk and Steven H. Thomas
173. Maxillofacial Injury
Jayne MacLaughlin and Stephen A. Coluciello
174. Dental Injuries
Kip Benko
175. Eye Trauma
Kevin J. Knoop and William R. Dennis
176. Blunt Neck Trauma
Edward Ullman
177. Penetrating Neck Trauma
Andrew L. Knaut and John L. Kendall
178. Cervical Spine Fractures
William R. Mower, Jerome R. Hoffman and S. V. Mahadevan
179. Thoracolumbar Spine Fractures
Amy Kaji and Robert S. Hockberger
180. Spinal Cord Injuries
Brian D. Mahoney
181. Blunt Chest Trauma
Vincent J. Markovchick
182. Penetrating Chest Trauma
Lee W. Shockley
183. Blunt Abdominal Trauma
Eric Legome and William Goldberg
184. Penetrating Abdominal Trauma
Jennifer L. Isenhour and John A. Marx
185. Genitourinary Trauma
Carrie D. Tibbles
186. Peripheral Vascular Injuries
Peter T. Pons
Part 3. Orthopedic Trauma
187. Approach to Musculoskeletal Injuries
Andrew D. Perron
188. Shoulder Injuries
Jeffrey Schaider and Robert R. Simon
189. Elbow Injuries
Andrew D. Perron
190. Wrist and Forearm Injuries
Joel Kravitz and Carl R. Chudnofsky
191. Hand Injuries
Kenneth Jackimczyk, Suzanne Moore Shepherd, and Paul Blackburn
192. Pelvic Fractures
Michael A. Gibbs and Carrie D. Tibbles
193. Hip and Femur Injuries
Norberto Adame, Jr. and Timothy Seay
194. Knee Injuries
John E. Gough and Luis E. Rodriguez
195. Ankle and Foot Injuries
Kaushal Shah
Part 4. Special Considerations
196. Burns
Luis H. Haro, Steve Miller and Wyatt W. Decker
197. Replantation
James L. Larson
198. Acute Compartment Syndrome
John A. Siefert
199. Ballistics and Blast Injuries
Leon D. Sanchez
200. Hanging and Strangulation Injuries
Leon D. Sanchez and Richard Wolfe
201. Trauma in Pregnancy
Susan B. Promes and Charles J. Gerardo
202. Trauma in the Elderly
Shahram Loftipour and Federico E. Vaca
Section XXI. Pediatrics
203. General Approach to the Pediatric Emergency Patient
Robert A. Wiebe
Part 1. Resuscitation
204. Newborn Resuscitation
Rodney B. Boychuk
205. Pediatric Resuscitation
John A. Brennan and Neil Schamban
206. Rapid-Sequence Induction in Children
Robert C. Luten and Stephen Andy Godwin
207. Shock and Vascular Access in Children
Tonia J. Brousseau
Part 2. Pediatric Trauma
208. General Approach to Pediatric Trauma
Rick C. Place and Thom A. Mayer
209. Head Trauma
Dee Hodge, III and Kimberly S. Quayle
210. Evaluation of the Cervical Spine
Jeffrey R. Avner
211. Chest and Abdominal Trauma
Christine E. Koerner and Brent R. King
212. Fractures and Sports Injuries
Christopher S. Kennedy and Robert D. Yniguez
Part 3. Chief Complaints
213. Abdominal Pain
Loren G. Yamamoto
214. Altered Mental Status
S. Margaret Paik and Mark A. Hostetler
215. Apnea and Apparent Life-Threatening Events (ALTE)
Ghazala Q. Sharieff
216. Ataxia
Peter S. Auerbach and Erin E. Endom
217. Chest Pain
Steve M. Selbst
218. Constipation
Elisa Alter Zenni
219. Crying, Fussy Infant
Naghma S. Khan
220. Dehydration
Todd Wylie
221. Diarrhea
James E. Colletti
222. Failure to Thrive
Robert E. Sapien
223. Fever of Acute Onset
Maureen D. McCollough and David A. Talan
224. Gastrointestinal Bleeding
Michael Gayle and Niranjan Kissoon
225. Headache
Laurie J. Burton and Harold K. Simon
226. Heart Murmurs
Steven Baldwin and Annalise Sorrentino
227. Hematuria
Lina Abujamra and Madeline Matar Joseph
228. Limp
Jonathan I. Singer
229. Respiratory Distress
Richard Cantor and Bruce Quinn
230. Seizures
Craig R. Warden and Christopher S. Kennedy
231. Pediatric Syncope
Sharon E. Mace
232. Vomiting
Ronald A. Furnival
Part 4. Specific Diseases
233. Abuse: Sexual
J.M. Whitworth
234. Abuse and Neglect: Physical
J.M. Whitworth
235. Appendicitis
Maureen D. McCollough
236. Asthma
Jeffrey F. Linzer
237. Bronchiolitis
Kathy Shaw
238. Soft Tissue Infections in Children
Christopher S. Kennedy and Mary E. Moffatt
239. Congenital Heart Disease, Congestive Heart Failure, and Other Cardiac Presentations
Ann M. Dietrich and Leslie Mihalov
240. Croup and Other Airway Disorders
Timothy G. Givens
241. Dermatologic Disorders
Atima Chumpa Delaney
242. Diabetic Ketoacidosis in Children
Timothy G. Givens
243. Ear Infections
Noel S. Zuckerbraun and Robert W. Hickey
244. Eye Disorders
Janet G. Alteveer and Kathryn McCans
245. Foreign Bodies
Lance Brown
246. Genitourinary Disorders
Brianna Enriquez and Marianne Gausche-Hill
247. Glomerulonephritis and the Nephrotic Syndrome
Kathy Monroe and Annalise Sorrentino
248. Human Immunodeficiency Virus
Ronald Ferdman and Jeffrey F. Linzer
249. Immunizations
Marla J. Friedman and Javier A. Gonzalez del Rey
250. Intussusception
Jonathan I. Singer
251. Kawasaki Disease
James A. Wilde
252. Lymphadentitis and Neck Masses
Sabiha Hussain and Mobeen H. Rathore
253. Meningitis and Encephalitis
James A. Wilde
254. Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders
Kenneth T. Kwon
255. Newborn Problems
Robert D. Kregenow and David M. Jaffe
256. Nursemaid's Elbow
Cynthia C. Hoecker
257. Osgood-Schlatter Disease
Todd Wylie
258. Pertussis
Roger M. Barkin
259. Pharyngitis and Rheumatic Fever
Martha S. Wright
260. Pneumonia
Ian McCaslin and David Schaeffer
261. Psychosocial and Behavioral Emergencies
Cynthia Jacobstein and Jill M. Baren
262. Pyloric Stenosis
Ronald A. Furnival
263. Sickle Cell Disease in the Pediatric Patient
Cynthia Gauger and Paul Pitel
264. Sinusitis
Kelli A. Maiers and Daniel J. Isaacman
265. Torticollis
Gregory G. Gaar
266. Urinary Tract Infections in Children
Kathleen Brown
267. Ventricular Shunt Problems
Erin Doherty Phrampus and Christopher King
Part 5. Administrative and Clinical Issues
268. Pediatric Sedation and Pain Management
William F. Coombs
269. Dealing with Death or Catastrophic Illness
Phyllis L. Hendry and Mardi Steere
Section XXII. Toxicology
Part 1. General Considerations
270. Approach to the Poisoned Patient
Christopher H. Linden and William A. Watson
271. Gastrointestinal Decontamination
Joshua G. Schier and Robert S. Hoffman
Part 2. Alcohol-Related Agents and Conditions
272. Ethanol
Tri C. Tong and Binh T. Ly
273. Ethylene Glycol
Michael Joseph Burns
274. Methanol
Dag Jacobsen
275. Isopropanol, Acetone, and Other Glycols
Jeffrey R. Suchard
276. Alcoholic Ketoacidosis
Sage W. Wiener and Robert S. Hoffman
277. Alcohol Withdrawal
Mark Su
278. Other Complications of Chronic Ethanol Abuse
Cynthia K. Aaron and Ivan E. Liang
Part 3. Analgesics and Related Conditions
279. Acetaminophen
Jeffrey Brent and Robert Palmer
280. Ergot Alkaloids
Leslie S. Carroll and Steven Guillen
281. Nonsteroidal Antiinflammatory Drugs
Marco L. A. Sivilotti
282. Opioids
Brent Furbee and William H. Dribben
283. Salicylates
Christopher H. Linden
284. Complications of Injection Drug Use
James A. Feldman, Michael K.Tibbles and Susan S. Fish
Part 4. Anticonvulsants and Sedative-Hypnotics
285. Barbiturates
Beth H. Manning
286. Benzodiazepines
Thomas R. Carracio, Howard C. Mofenson and Robin B. McFee
287. Carbamazepine
Marco L. A. Sivilotti
288. Gamma Hydroxybutyrate
Ilene B. Anderson and Jo Ellen Dyer
289. Muscle Relaxants and Other Sedative-Hypnotic Agents
Barbara Insley Crouch and Fred M. Henretig
290. Phenytoin
Thomas E. Kearney
291. Valproic Acid
Gregory G. Gaar
292. Other Anticonvulsants
Walter H. Mullen
Part 5. Anti-Infective Agents and Biocides
293. Antimalarial Drugs
Timothy E. Albertson, Kathy Marquardt, Judith A. Alsop
294. Herbicides
Christopher H. Linden and William J. Lewander
295. Isoniazid
Alan D. Woolf
296. Organophosphate and Carbamate Insecticides
Jeanmarie Perrone
297. Nicotine, Pyrethrin, and Organochlorine Insecticides
William K. Chiang and Richard Y. Wang
298. Rodenticides
Richard D. Shih and Robert S. Hoffman
Part 6. Cardiovascular Drugs
299. Antidysrhythmic Drugs and Local Anesthetics
S. Rutherford Rose and James E. Cisek
300. Centrally Acting Antihypertensive Agents
James R. Roberts and Rachel Haroz
301. Beta Blockers
Fermin Barrueto, Jr.
302. Calcium Channel Antagonists
Matthew D. Sztajnkrycer and G. Randall Bond
303. Cardiac Glycosides
John S. Kashani and Richard D. Gerkin
Part 7. Chemicals, Gases, and Metabolic Poisons
304. Arsenic and Mercury
Jay L. Schauben
305. Carbon Monoxide
Kent R. Olson
306. Corrosives and Chemical Burns
Larissa I. Velez and Colin S. Goto
307. Cyanide Poisoning
Alan H. Hall
308. Fluoride and Hydrofluoric Acid
Kennon Heard
309. Hydrocarbons
Sophia Dyer
310. Hydrogen Sulfide
Matthew D. Sztajnkrycer
311. Iron
Jeffrey R. Suchard and Steven C. Curry
312. Irritant Gas Inhalation
Philip A. Edelman
313. Lead
Steven M. Marcus
314. Methemoglobinemia
David A. Tanen and Michael J. Matteucci
315. Smoke Inhalation
Heather Long
Part 8. Psychotherapeutic Agents and Related Conditions
316. Neuroleptics
Christopher H. Linden
317. Cyclic Antidepressants
Keith K. Burkhart
318. Dystonic Reactions
Anthony S. Manoguerra
319. Lithium
Kenneth W. Kulig
320. Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors
Michael Joseph Burns
321. Serotonin Re-uptake Inhibitors
Andis Graudins
Part 9. Stimulants and Hallucinogens
322. Anticholinergic Agents
Andis Graudins
323. Cocaine
Richard D. Shih and Judd E. Hollander
324. Hallucinogens
Howard A. Greller and Lewis S. Nelson
325. Methylxanthines
Pierre Gaudreault
326. Phencyclidine and Ketamine
Cyrus Rangan
327. Sympathomimetics
Christine Haller
328. Thyroid Hormones
Milton Tenenbein
Part 10. Miscellaneous Agents and Conditions
329. Biological Warfare Agents
Jeffrey R. Suchard
330. Chemical Warfare Agents
Michael J. Burns and Christopher H. Linden
331. Complications of Parenteral Drug Therapy
Jennifer A. Oman and Scott E. Rudkin
332. Drug Withdrawal Syndromes
Paul M. Wax
333. Food Poisoning
Marc C. Restuccia
334. Botulism
Adhi N. Sharma
335. Oral Hypoglycemic Agents
Matthew J. Hunt and Jeffrey R. Suchard
336. Mushrooms
Brandon Wills and Steven E. Aks
337. Plant Poisoning
Judith A. Alsop and Timothy E. Albertson
338. Dietary Supplements and Herbal Medications
Richard J. Geller
339. Seafood Toxins
Robert P. Dowsett
340. Vitamins
Richard J. Geller
Section XXIII. Environmental Emergencies
Part 1. Physical vs. Biological Agents
350. Hypothermia
Andrew K. Chang
351. Cold-Induced Tissue Injuries
Joseph M. Weber and Scott C. Sherman
352. Heat-Related Illness
Eric W. Schmidt and Constance G. Nichols
353. High-Altitude Illness
David M. Richardson
354. Underwater and Diving Injuries
Brian K. Snyder
355. Submersion Injuries
Gregory A. Volturo
356. Electrical Injuries
Scott E. Rudkin and Jennifer A. Oman
357. Lightning Injuries
David F. M. Brown
358. Radiation Injuries
Matthew D. Sztajnkrycer
Part 2. Bites and Envenomations
341. Crotaline Snake Envenomation
Richard C. Dart and John B. Sullivan, Jr.
342. Elapid Snake Envenomation
Richard C. Dart and John B. Sullivan, Jr.
343. Hymenoptera Envenomation
Paul Francis Kolecki
344. Marine Envenomations
Grant S. Lipman and Paul S. Auerbach
345. Scorpion Envenomation
Jeffrey R. Suchard and Steven C. Curry
346. Black Widow Spider Envenomation
Daniel E. Brooks
347. Brown Recluse Spider Envenomation
Gary S. Wasserman
348. Insect, Tick, Mite Bites and Infestations
Michael James Burns
349. Mammal Bites and Associated Infections
Stephen J. Playe
Section XXIV. Administrative and Special Clinical Considerations
Part 1. Prehospital Care
359. Emergency Medical Services
Alexander P. Isakov, Marc C. Restuccia and Lawrence Mottley
360. Air Medical Services
Theodore R. Delbridge
361. Disaster Planning and Management
Jonathan L. Burstein
Part 2. Patient Safety, Ethical, Legal and Regulatory Issues
361A. Errors and Patient Safety
Karen Cosby, John Vinen, Chris Beach, and Robert L Wears
362. Ethical Issues
James G. Adams
363. Legal Issues in Emergency Medicine
Howard A. Peth, Jr.
364. Regulatory Issues
Jorge A. Martinez and Larry D. Weiss
Part 3. Special Clinical Considerations
365. Acute Pain Management
Steven Rosenzweig, Bernard Lopez and Daniel Mines
366. Chronic Pain Syndromes
Michael A. Turturro and Paul M. Paris
367. Procedural Sedation and Analgesia
Robert J. Vissers
368. Interpersonal Violence
Debra Houry
Appendix A: Dermatomes
Christopher H. Linden
Appendix B: Length-Based Equipment Chart
Christopher H. Linden

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Emergency medicine.
Emergency Medicine.