The book will equip the candidate attempting to pass the MRCP examination, and will also provide an overview of evidence-based medicine for competency-based training.
Author: Gautam Mehta
Publisher: Oxford University Press
A book of over 150 cases which mimic the style and approach of the MRCP PACES exam. The book will equip the candidate attempting to pass the MRCP examination, and will also provide an overview of evidence-based medicine for competency-based training.
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The book is intended for primary care clinicians, family physicians, medical scholars, and other clinicians who treat and manage patients. This book presents an update on new trends and developments in broadly defined medical disciplines.
Author: Mieczyslaw Pokorski
This book presents an update on new trends and developments in broadly defined medical disciplines. The whole range of multidisciplinary topics are tackled, regarded as being important for advancing the understanding of disease pathogenicity, diagnostic methods, and patient management. The topics include a holistic approach to physiotherapy, with proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation at the core of it, potential ways to protect kidneys during ischemic coronary interventions, and psychosocial aspects in cancer survivors. Other topics deal with growth hormone deficiency in short children and responses of molecular markers of bone metabolism to growth hormone replacement therapy and with the modern use of transcranial laser-induced photobiomodulation showing surprising benefits in autism disorder. The expert contributions take on the challenges presented to medical professionals by ever growing medical knowledge and various individual and contextual issues that require a multidisciplinary approach in patient management. The authors present a bench-to-bed clinical research to make useful additions to the knowledge on contemporary diagnostic procedures, therapy, and quality of life of patients. The book aims to provide stimulus for new research ideas and to give new perspectives on practical clinical issues. The book is intended for primary care clinicians, family physicians, medical scholars, and other clinicians who treat and manage patients.
BMJ i: 529–559 Mollison PL (1951) Blood Transfusion in Clinical Medicine. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications Mollison PL (1954) The life-span of red ...
Author: Harvey G. Klein
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Mollison's Blood Transfusion in Clinical Medicine is an icon in the field of transfusion and the first edition was published in 1951. The book arose from the concept of the transfusionist, as both scientist and expert consultant. For many years, this text has provided the primary, and often the sole, reference for detailed information and practical experience in blood transfusion. The book is completely revised and updated throughout to include the latest advances and developments in the field.
Nicola Zammitt and Euan Sandilands This is the seventh edition of Essentials of Kumar & Clark's Clinical Medicine. This small medical textbook includes ...
Author: Nicola Zammitt
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
The seventh edition of this BMA award-winning pocket guide provides essential information for doctors based on the comprehensive Kumar & Clark’s Clinical Medicine – the highly respected, gold-standard textbook on the treatment and management of medical conditions. Essentials is intended as an easy-to-access revision reference that provides important information for doctors on the ward, including normal values, medical emergencies, useful websites, abbreviations and a dictionary of terms. This best-selling book has been fully updated and is accessible, coherent and concise, making it an essential companion for medical students, doctors and health professionals in the UK and around the world. Small and compact – can be taken anywhere Clearly laid out, logical and easy to follow Emergency guide for quick reference Illustrations and tables to enhance understanding New section on COVID-19 New chapter on Elderly Medicine and Frailty Winner of the Internal Medicine category at the 2018 BMA Medical Book Awards Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
... London, UK Dan Furmedge, Consultant Physician in Geriatric and General Internal Medicine and Honorary Clinical Lecturer in Medical Education, ...
Author: Dan Furmedge
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Maximise your exam success with this essential revision guide. The third edition of Oxford Assess and Progress: Clinical Medicine features over 550 Single Best Answer questions. Packed with questions written by practicing clinicians and educators, this revision tool is an authoritative guide on core clinical topics and professional themes. Each question is accompanied by extensive feedback which explains not only the rationale of the correct answer, but why the other options are incorrect. Further reading resources and cross-references to the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine have been fully updated to expand your revision further. Progess to exam success with the third edition of Oxford Assess and Progress: Clinical Medicine.
By JOHN HUGHES BENNETT , M.D. , F.R.S.E. , Professor of the Institutes of
Medicine and of Clinical Medicine in the University of Edinburgh , etc. “ I have no
hesitation in declaring my opinion , that Dr. Hughes Bennett has advanced the ...
Effects on the Medical School and the Medical Student Medical education is now dominated by the student's need to accumulate a multitude of facts and to ...
Author: James G. Anderson
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Computer technology has impacted the practice of medicine in dramatic ways. Imaging techniques provide noninvasive tools which alter the diag nostic process. Sophisticated monitoring equipment presents new levels of detail for both patient management and research. In most of these high technology applications, the computer is embedded in the device; its presence is transparent to the user. There is also a growing number of applications in which the health care provider directly interacts with a computer. In many cases, these applica tions are limited to administrative functions, e.g., office practice manage ment, location of hospital patients, appointments, and scheduling. Nev ertheless, there also are instances of patient care functions such as results reporting, decision support, surveillance, and reminders. This series, Computers and Medicine, focuses upon the direct use of information systems as it relates to the medical community. After twenty five years of experimentation and experience, there are many tested ap plications which can be implemented economically using the current gen eration of computers. Moreover, the falling cost of computers suggests that there will be even more extensive use in the near future. Yet there is a gap between current practice and the state-of-the-art.
... M. Paplin ́ska-Goryca, P. Nejman-Gryz, K. Karwat, and R. Chazan Department of Internal Medicine, Pneumology and Allergology, Warsaw Medical University, ...
Author: Mieczyslaw Pokorski
This book examines a range of contemporary ideas and arguments concerning the core yet unsettled clinical issues. Important aspects of pulmonary disorders are tackled such as occupational and environmental respiratory health hazards, the role of vitamin D supplementation in airway allergy, or nutritional aspects of care for lung cancer patients. Metabolic disorders affecting the processes of atherogenesis and systemic inflammation also are tackled. Attention is directed to rare but severe pediatric disease entities. Articles give readers practice at analyzing clinical data. The practical insights emphasize the role of science in transforming biomedical knowledge and care. This volume will be essential reading for clinicians, researchers, and other healthcare professionals engaged in effective patient care and therapy.
... Department of Medicine, Grantham and District Hospital, Grantham, ... Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, Queen's Medical Centre Campus, ...
Publisher: CRC Press
A classic text, Chamberlain's Symptoms and Signs in Clinical Medicine has been providing students and professionals with a detailed and well-illustrated account of the symptoms and signs of diseases affecting all the body systems since the first edition published in 1936. Now completely rewritten by a new team of authors selected for their experien
Chapter 24: Pain management -- Chapter 25: Nutrition of the critically-ill dog and cat -- Chapter 26: Management of the obese dog or cat -- Appendix: Clinical cases -- Back Cover
Author: Michael Schaer
Publisher: CRC Press
Prior to publication of the first edition of Clinical Medicine of the Dog and Cat, no other comprehensive small animal veterinary medicine book existed with a comparable amount of relevant illustrated material. This new third edition continues and expands on the revolutionary approach of the previous two editions, now including more than 1,850 highly valuable clinical colour photographs, diagrams, and tables. The third edition of this book has been completely revised and updated. The book is now divided into five color-coded sections - General Approach, Disease of Specific Organ Systems, Multisystemic Disorders, Elements of Therapy and Case Studies. As with the first and second editions of this book the overriding principle of succinct, yet comprehensive text presented in a clear format with an abundance of good quality images remains. Section I: General Approach is completely new and covers medical history and client communication, and common clinical problems. Section II: Specific Organ Systems is organized by body system with chapters structured in a systematic manner that include the definition for each disorder, its causes, clinical features, differential diagnoses, diagnostic methodology, treatment and prognosis, providing readers with easy access to important clinical information. New to this section are chapters covering diseases of the oral cavity and teeth, approach to thoracic radiographs, approach to abdominal radiographs, and disorders of hemostasis. Section III: Multisystemic Disorders coversrevised and updated chapters includingclinical toxicology, infectious diseases, and immunologic disorders. Section IV: Elements of Therapy covers therapies such as fluid therapy, pain management, nutrition of the critically ill dog and cat and a new chapter on management of the obese dog or cat. Section V: Case Studies includes over 25 case studies that enable the reader to relate the knowledge gained in the book to clinical cases seen in practice. Written by board-certified experts with several case contributions by clinicians in advanced phases of resident training, topics were carefully selected to make this a valuable resource to the general practitioner and also to small animal interns and veterinary students.