Free Ebook: Emergencies in Internal Medicine, 2nd edition

Free Ebook: Emergencies in Internal Medicine, 2nd edition

Emergencies in Internal Medicine 2nd Edition Version 1.0

Edited by Dr. Lee Say Fatt MBBS (Mal) M Med O&G (Mal) FRCOG (UK)
Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist Sime Darby Medical Centre, Subang Jaya, Malaysia
Dr Wong Yin Onn MBBS (Mal), MRCP (UK), AM, FRCP (Glas)
Clinical Associate Professor (Internal Medicine), Monash University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Johor Bahru Clinical School.

 

It has been exactly 20 years since I sat in the library of the Seremban Hospital and drafted the first edition of this book by hand. My wife typed out the final draft on a mechanical typewriter. Hence, I am so happy that two decades later, a second edition with multi contributors will arrive in full digital format. I am greatly honoured to have tutored Dr Lee Say Fatt two decades ago when he was a student in University Malaya. When he approached me to ask for permission to create a completely revised version in which specialists in their own field will each review and contribute a chapter, I was gratefully happy. More than a year has since passed and Dr Lee is finally ready to deliver this new baby! I am sure it will serve doctors as well as the original “Little Red Book” did. The “Little Red Book” was written as a NON-PROFIT venture. It was sold at RM5, which was the cost price of the book. The spirit of sharing of knowledge and helping the young house-officers and medical officersprevails in this new edition. I congratulate the team on this effort.

Dr Wong Yin Onn MBBS (Mal), MRCP (UK), AM, FRCP (Glas)
Clinical Associate Professor (Internal Medicine), Monash University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Johor Bahru Clinical School.

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