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Endocrine Emergencies Recognition and Treatment by Chaim Vanek, Lynn Loriaux Review/Summary

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Endocrine Emergencies Recognition and Treatment  by Chaim Vanek, Lynn Loriaux Review/Summary

Writer: Chaim Vanek, Lynn Loriaux
Publication Springer Nature Switzerland AG
ISBN-10 3030674576
Language: English
Genre: Health
Best Sellers Rank: ---
Customer review 5/5
Publish Date: 20 March 2022

The endocrine system is a complex network of glands and hormones that regulate various bodily functions. Medical emergencies related to endocrine disorders can present with a wide range of symptoms such as low blood pressure, fever, irregular heartbeat, confusion, and imbalances in electrolytes. These emergencies require immediate diagnosis and treatment in order to stabilize the patient's condition and prevent further complications.

The second edition of the book Endocrine Emergencies provides a single reference point for endocrinologists, internists, hospitalists, and emergency medicine physicians to identify and initiate treatment for endocrine emergencies. The book covers a range of topics, including acute adrenal insufficiency, diabetic ketoacidosis, thyroid storm, hyponatremia, and myxedema coma, among others.

Each chapter in the book begins with a precise summary of the symptoms, workup, and therapy needed to diagnose and manage the specific endocrine emergency. The remainder of each chapter provides an in-depth review of the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and management of the disease process. The book's chapters are written by experts in the field and reflect the consensus and standard of care for specific endocrine emergencies.

This revised and expanded second edition of Endocrine Emergencies incorporates the latest clinical guidelines and protocols, as well as the most up-to-date clinical evidence and treatment options. It remains a valuable resource for practitioners in endocrinology and internal medicine, as well as emergency room physicians, hospital support staff, fellows, and residents who may encounter patients with endocrine emergencies.


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