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Sect. One: Prehospital care -- Sect. Two: Disaster preparedness -- Sect. Three: Resuscitative problems and techniques -- Sect. Four: Shock -- Sect. Five: Analgesia, anesthesia, and sedation -- Sect. Six: Emergency wound management -- Sect. Seven: Cardiovascular disease -- Sect. Eight: Pulmonary emergencies -- Sect. Nine: Gastrointestinal emergencies -- Sect. Ten: Renal and genitourinary disorders -- Sect. Eleven: Gynecology and obstetrics -- Sect. Twelve: Pediatrics -- Sect. Thirteen: Infectious diseases -- Sect. Fourteen: Toxicology and pharmacology -- Sect. Fifteen: Environmental injuries -- Sect. Sixteen: Emergency medicine in unique environments -- Sect. Seventeen: Endocrine emergencies -- Sect. Eighteen: Hematologic and oncologic emergencies -- Sect. Nineteen: Neurology -- Sect. Twenty: Eye, ear, nose, and oral surgery -- Sect. Twenty-One: Disorders of the skin -- Sect. Twenty-Two: Trauma -- Sect. Twenty-Three: Injuries to the bones, joints, and soft tissue -- Sect. Twenty-Four: Nontraumatic musculosketetal disorders -- Sect. Twenty-Five: Psychosocial disorders -- Sect. Twenty-Six: Abuse and assault -- Sect. Twenty-Seven: Principles of imaging -- Sect. Twenty-Eight: Special situations.


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