** Latest 6th Edition Update ** ABOUT 5-MINUTE EMERGENCY MEDICINE CONSULT Rosen & Barkin’s 5-Minute Emergency Medicine Consult delivers practical, quick-read information on over 600 medical conditions seen in emergency medicine directly to your smartphone and tablet. Search and browse for answers in concise topics organized to help save valuable time. Written and edited by practicing clinicians, this mobile resource is ideal for confirming accurate diagnoses and beginning treatment in the fast-paced environment seen in urgent and emergent care. FEATURES • Fully-updated details on 600+ topics found in emergency medicine • Basics, Diagnosis, Treatment, Follow-up • Diagnoses spanning from pre-hospital to disposition stage • Highlight and make custom notes within entries • Features new information—based on the latest practice guidelines and theoretical developments—and new approaches to diagnosis and management. • Helpful Pearls and Pitfalls to help avoid common errors • Advanced Search help find terms across all topics • “Favorites” for bookmarking important entries Editors: Jeffrey J. Schaider, MD; Roger M. Barkin, MD, MPH; Stephen R. Hayden, MD; Richard E. Wolfe, MD; Adam Z. Barkin, MD, MPH; Philip Shayne, MD Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Powered by: Unbound Medicine
For $100, this should at least be divided into organ systems instead of A-Z.... otherwise great content
Good for quick bedside AVAILABILITY
Amazing app. Worth the money!
I have had many of their products in last few years at about 60 an app. iOS 11 comes along and they are the ONLY app publisher that didn’t update their product to work in iOS 11. Their solution - rebuy every app to the updated iOS app. I bought the standalone non subscription app to prevent downstream costs with a huge upfront cost. Egg on my face huh. Unbound had 2 years to update all their apps but chose to gouge their customer base!
Love this APP, concise but detailed enough to get the job done.
Like no other! Is the book in an app. Is easy to manipulate through the conditions. The 'need to know' info for the ER.
.... until I noticed on one of the app preview screenshots that the index listed "perforated viscous" rather than perforated viscus. If the editors can't spell then I'm reluctant to trust this app for advice on how to treat my patients.