Marshall & Ruedy's On call : principles and protocols / Australian adaptation by Mike D. Cadogan, Anthony F. T. Brown and Tony Celenza. Original edition by Shane A Marshall and John Ruedy Cadogan, Mike D

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Emergency medicine.; Emergency medicine - Australia - Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Handbooks
"Marshall & Ruedy's On Call: Principles & Protocols' has been written for Australasian medical school trainees from years 3 - 6 using the PBL format. The course is compulsory in the clinical years and is typically called Medicine. The book is designed to assist trainees as well as the newly qualified, to survive as JMOs. It is a resource for the doctor left alone soon after training. The book provides immediate access to vital step-by-step information for managing on call situations - the answer book for what to do and how to do it quickly, from diagnosing a difficult or life threatening situation to prescribing the correct medication. It capitalizes on modular learning principles and facilitates the transition of medical students from the classroom to the clinical consulting room. Based on the best selling US book of the same name, this book will retain the simple structure and instructive categorization of how disease actually presents, and will include Australian practical procedures, drugs and formatting. There will be additional chapter headings and it will include information on rural and remote medicine." -- Publisher's website.
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