(BQ) Part 1 book "Clinical examinations in cardiology" presents the following contents: Basic anatomy and physiology, the history and symptomatology, general physical examination, general physical examination, cardiovascular system examination.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Clinical examinations in cardiology" presents the following contents: Basic investigations - Clinical electrocardiogram, basic investigations - Radiology of the heart and great vessels.
The sixth edition of Clinical Examination continues to serve all medical trainees with a clear explanation of history taking and clinical examination. Set out systematically, this best selling textbook has comprehensive coverage of the skills necessary for clinically evaluating patients. Thoroughly evidence based and referenced, in full colour with superior artwork and design, the book comes with free and complete access to Student Consult.
(BQ) Ebook 100 Cases in Clinical Medicine is an indispensable revision tool for medical students preparing for clinical examinations or OSCEs. Using scenarios which mimic daily life, the cases will interest students in clinical problems and help them develop their clinical reasoning skills, with each case presenting details of a patient's medical history and the key findings of a clinical examination, together with initial investigation results for evaluation.
Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về bệnh thú y được đăng trên tạp chí y học General Psychiatry cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành thú y đề tài: Field Study of Dairy Cows with Reduced Appetite in Early Lactation: Clinical Examinations, Blood and Rumen Fluid Analyses...
Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs), psychiatry and the Clinical assessment of Skills and Competencies (CASC)Same Evidence, Different Judgement
Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học General Psychiatry cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài:proximal interphalangeal joints in rheumatoid arthritis: a comparison with magnetic resonance imaging, conventional radiography and clinical examination...
Harrison's Internal Medicine Chapter 3. Decision-Making in Clinical Medicine
Decision-Making in Clinical Medicine: Introduction To the medical student who requires 2 h to collect a patient's history and perform a physical examination, and several additional hours to organize them into a coherent presentation, the experienced clinician's ability to reach a diagnosis and decide on a management plan in a fraction of the time seems extraordinary.
Clinical neurophysiology encompasses the application of a wide variety of electrophysiologic methods to the
analysis and recording of normal function, as well as to the diagnosis and treatment of diseases involving
the central nervous system, peripheral nervous system, autonomic nervous system and muscles. The steady
increase in growth of subspecialty knowledge and skill in neurology has led to the need for a compilation
of the whole range of physiologic methods applied in each of the major categories of neurologic disease.
When the groundwork for the fi fth edition of Clinical
Periodontology and Implant Dentistry began in early
2007, it became clear that we had reached a fork in
the road. It has always been my intention that each
successive edition of this work should refl ect the state
of the art of clinical periodontology and, in doing
such, should run the gamut of topics within this
Antibiotic agents have been in widespread and largely effective therapeutic use since their
discovery in the 20th century. However, the emergence of multi-drug resistant pathogens now presents
an increasing global challenge to both human and veterinary medicine. It is now widely acknowledged
that there is a need to develop novel antimicrobial agents to minimize the threat of further antimicrobial
In undergraduate medical education there is a trend towards the development of ‘core’
curricula. The aim is to facilitate the teaching of essential and relevant knowledge, skills
and attitudes. This contrasts with traditional medical school courses, where the emphasis
was on detailed factual knowledge, often with little obvious clinical relevance. In addition,
students’ learning is now commonly examined using objective structured clinical
examinations (OSCEs), which again assess the practical use of knowledge, rather than the
regurgitation of ‘small print’....
The following three examples introduce the subject of clinical reasoning:
A 46-year-old man presents to his internist with a chief
complaint of hemoptysis. The physician knows that the differential diagnosis of hemoptysis includes over 100 different conditions, including cancer and tuberculosis. The examination begins with some general background questions, and the patient is asked to describe his symptoms and their chronology.
To understand conceptually how Bayes' theorem estimates the posttest probability of disease, it is useful to examine a nomogram version of Bayes' theorem (Fig. 3-2). In this nomogram, the accuracy of the diagnostic test in question is summarized by the likelihood ratio , which is defined as the ratio of the probability of a given test result (e.g., "positive" or "negative") in a patient with disease to the probability of that result in a patient without disease.
Esthetics (also spelled aesthetics) is a subdiscipline
of value theory or axiology, which is a branch of philosophy
that studies sensory values, sometimes called
judgments of sentiment or taste. Esthetics is closely associated
with the philosophy of High Art. Esthetics
includes art as well as the very purpose behind it. Esthetics
as a branch of philosophy studies art, the methods of
evaluating art, and judgments of art. Art has existed
through all recorded human history. Art is unique to
human beings because of our innate ability to abstract.