The Edmonton Manual is a unique Canadian guide for medical students and residents, providing a quick, efficient and up-to-date approach to over 140 common clinical encounters. Based on the Medical Council of Canada Qualification Examination (MCCQE) objectives, the Edmonton Manual is a valuable study resource for medical trainees preparing for objective structured clinical examinations (OSCE) including the MCCQE Part II.
Divided by medical specialty, each common clinical scenario is presented in a concise, easy to read two-page format. Key details regarding diagnostic criteria, differential diagnosis, focused history and physical exam, relevant investigations and management are provided for each clinical scenario. Reviewed by expert physicians the Edmonton Manual is a reliable resource for quick-reference review for patient encounters in the clinic, on the wards or in the emergency room. With additional chapters on essential clinical skills (EKGs, blood work, radiology) and physical examination techniques the Edmonton Manual is an important bedside tool for young physicians in training.
The Edmonton Manual- Third Edition Features:
- Over 140 scenarios, covering all major specialties, including: family medicine, internal medicine, surgery, obstetrics & gynecology, pediatrics, and psychiatry.
- Updated Third Edition featuring revised “to the point” content with new figures and tables for easy view ability.
- Red Flags and risk factors focus your attention to sinister differentials
- Includes chapters on Essential Clinical Skills, Physical Examination and Population Health, and the Ethical, Legal, and Organizational aspects ofmedicine (PHELO).
- Easy to follow 2-page format summarizes your focused history and physical and provides relevant workup for common diagnoses.
- Abbreviated formatting allows for a quick review targeted specifically for OSCE preparation.