"great all-in-one resource for airway management and intubation in the emergency department.
"well referenced and clinically focused."
" great cover-to-cover resource for emergency medicine residents , and is equally effective for spot reviewing specific topics."
"has information pertinent for anyone managing patients with a difficult airway both prehospital and in the wards ."
"The fifth edition makes some important evidence-based changes which include the management of hemodynamically unstable patients."
" written with the clinician in mind and the authors are clearly familiar with the complications and challenges that can arise in the hectic environment of the emergency department."
"The lead editors are prominent emergency physician researchers and practitioners , and they draw from a deep pool of expert contributors from academic emergency departments across the U.S. for each topic."
"The editors do a good job collaborating with various expert authors to provide a comprehensive manual ."
"Each topic has a brief overview followed by instructions on how to perform the clinical interventions using pictures, charts, and illustrations as guides . There is a clear preference for evidence-based procedures, and each chapter contains references at the end."
Doody's Star Rating ®: 4 stars Score: 90
-Doodys Publishers' Club, Friday, June 23, 2017