Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học Critical Care giúp cho các bạn có thêm kiến thức về ngành y học đề tài: Premortem clinical diagnoses and postmortem autopsy findings: discrepancies in critically ill cancer patients...
Approximately one-third of the population in Western societies experiences regular dyspepsia, although more than half selfmedicate with over-the-counter antacid preparations and do not seek medical advice. Up to 50% of those who do will have demonstrable pathology, most commonly gastro-oesophageal reflux or peptic ulceration. The remainder, in whom no abnormality is found, are diagnosed as having nonulcer dyspepsia.The pathophysiology and treatment differ for each of these three conditions.
Adrenocortical carcinoma (ACC) is a disease that most physicians, including many
endocrinologists, will rarely, if ever, diagnose or let alone treat during the course
of their medical practice. Medical textbooks of endocrinology and oncology rarely
dedicate an entire chapter to this disease entity. The pursuit of research and clinical
excellence in uncommon diseases is extremely challenging because of a lack of
research prioritization, nonexistent treatment guidelines and overall paucity of coordination
between researchers and physicians.
Monthly breast self-exam, starting at age 20, instructed to
woman as an optional tool for identifying and reporting
■ Clinical breast exam at least every 3 years (age 20–40) during
a physical exam by a health professional; yearly after age 40
■ Annual mammogram starting at age 40
Through years of clinical practice and teaching, I have
observed that orientation to each major clinical nursing
specialty usually leads the novice to ask a somewhat predictable
set of questions ranging from specialty-related
communication, to assessment and anatomy, physiology,
and pathology involved in frequently seen conditions to
questions related to the planning and implementation of
patient care. Many excellent texts are available to provide
in-depth information related to these topics.
This book contains twenty client profiles to use in practicing interviewing and diagnostic skills.
Ten profiles are of adult cases ranging in age from eighteen to seventy (chapters 3-12). Ten
profiles are of child or teen cases ranging in age from seven to seventeen (chapters 13-22). In
addition to age, the twenty profiles vary in terms of ethnicity, gender, national origin, religion,
socioeconomic status, presenting problems, and level of problem severity.
The instructor can have students simply read through these profiles and then complete the
three sets of exercises that follow them.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Neuroradiology - Key differential diagnoses and clinical questions" presents the following contents: Cyst with a mural nodule, ecchordosis physaliphora versus chordoma, atlantooccipital and atlantoaxial separation, basilar invagination and platybasia, enhancing intramedullary conus lesions, nerve root enlargement,...
Chapter 18 - Diagnostic coding. In this chapter students will be able to: Explain the purpose and format of the ICD-9-CM volumes that are used by medical offices, describe how to analyze diagnoses and locate correct codes using the ICD-9-CM, identify the purpose and format of the CPT, name three key factors that determine the level of Evaluation and Management codes that are selected,...
Chapter 16 - Medical coding. In this chapter you will learn: Explain the purpose and format of the ICD-9-CM volumes that are used by medical offices, describe how to analyze diagnoses and locate correct codes using the ICD-9-CM, identify the purpose and format of the CPT, name three key factors that determine the level of Evaluation and Management codes that are selected,...
Chapter 16 - Medical coding. After completing chapter 16, you will be able to: Explain the purpose and format of the ICD volumes that are used by medical, describe how to analyze diagnoses and locate correct codes using the ICD, identify the purpose and format of the CPT, name three key factors that determine the level of Evaluation and Management codes that are selected,...
Chapter 27 - The nervous system. The nervous system is a highly complex system. It controls all other organ systems and is important for maintaining balance within those systems. Disorders of the nervous system are numerous and often very difficult to diagnose and treat because of the complexity of this system.
The clinical and basic science of allergic disease is moving and evolving so rapidly that
it is nearly impossible to keep up full of information regarding the news mechanisms,
signalling cell markers, cellular plasticity and expression, biological mediators targets
or molecular and genetic discovers aspects related to the allergy. Moreover the
systemic impact of this pathology determines the complexity of the more recent
evidence demonstrates that the rapid regulation of central immune organs in clinical
response of the mucosa to the allergen or offending agent.
Most important acknowledgements go to all the contributing authors for their
assistance, eagerness, support, and their expert scientific reviews. I thank my
colleagues, Lipa Cicin-Sain, Maja Matulic and Mladen Paradzik for the motivating and
inspiring discussions. Thanks to my husband Darko for taking care of our children
during the long days and weekends while I worked on this project, and for his
understanding and encouragement.
Medical And Psychosocial Aspects Of Chronic Illness And Diseases, Fourth Edition Covers The Medical Aspects Of Those Conditions Commonly Encountered By Rehabilitation And Other Health Professionals And Discusses Symptoms, Diagnoses, Treatments, And Prognoses. This Fourth Edition Has Been Completely Revised And Updated And Reflects An Approach Consistent With The Philosophical Underpinnings Of The International Classification Of Functioning, Disability And Health (ICF). New Chapter
Cerebrovascular diseases have an enormous and increasing impact on societies: they rank
among the leading causes of death, are often associated with chronic handicap, and cause
high costs for primary treatment, rehabilitation and chronic care. The advent of treatment
options such as reperfusion therapies and, to a lesser degree, neuroprotective strategies on
the one hand, and growing means to enhance rehabilitation and functional plasticity on the
other hand, urges physicians to diagnose stroke subtypes as early and precisely as possible.
The American Nurses Association (ANA) Social Policy
Statement of 1980 was the first to define nursing as the diagnosis
and treatment of human responses to actual and potential
health problems. This definition, when combined with the ANA
Standards of Practice, has provided impetus and support for the
use of nursing diagnosis. Defining nursing and its effect on
client care supports the growing awareness that nursing care is
a key factor in client survival and in the maintenance, rehabilitative,
and preventive aspects of healthcare.
The quality and scientific preciseness of the authors coming from several countries,
does much to give strength to the whole book, especially as it reflects local and
regional realities that characterize the diversity of expression allergic. In fact, the
etiology and clinical response of allergic patient is very different, depending on the
location, habits, socio-economic conditions and even the specific interests of key lines
of investigation developed that the authors have incorporated into the chapters, but
always guided by higher values of accuracy....
The presence or absence of diseases is strongly associated with individual health but did
not fulfil the multidimensional concept of health. Health is characterised by dynamic and
multi-factorial influences on the physical, psychological and social functioning of an
individual. On the one hand, an objective health status includes the set of diagnosed
physiological and psychological diseases of an individual.
Pharmacology can be defined as the study of substances that interact with living systems through
chemical processes, especially by binding to regulatory molecules and activating or inhibiting
normal body processes. These substances may be chemicals administered to achieve a beneficial
therapeutic effect on some process within the patient or for their toxic effects on regulatory
processes in parasites infecting the patient.