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Provides diagnostic and treatment information for a broad range of emergency cases; includes videos. Covers a broad spectrum of complaints encountered in the ED, ranging from obstetrical emergencies to orthopedic emergencies to poisoning to trauma. A library of images that includes common and uncommon clinical presentations and imaging studies of children and adults can be used to assist in diagnosis.
Please note: Restricted to two simultaneous users. EXCEPTION THROUGH THE END OF MAY 2020: Unlimited user access.
In order to access this mobile version of the site, you must log in using a personal account name and password created at My AccessMedicine. If you have not created such an account, please visit the site on a non-mobile browser, select the "My AccessEM" tab, and follow the directions for the creation of a personal profile. Once complete, you may return to the mobile view and use that user name and password to access the site.
The AccessEmergency Medicine mobile view features a portion of the site’s content optimized for the size and speed constraints of mobile browsers. To that end, the following content is available in this view: