(BQ) Part 1 book "The washington manual of medical therapeutics" presents the following contents: Inpatientcare in internal medicine, nutrition support, preventive cardiology, ischemic heart disease, heart failure and cardiomyopathy,... and other content.
With the first cystoscopy performed by Maximilian Nitze more than 100 years ago,
endoscopy developed step by step to become eventually a subspecialty in urology now
Manual Endourology addresses young trainees in urology and is written by experts
in this field who are also experienced teachers. It is hoped that the book will be helpful
to prepare the trainee in the first steps of these still fascinating techniques but will also
prevent the newcomer from mistakes and common complications....
(BQ) Part 2 book "The washington manual of medical therapeutics" presents the following contents: Antimicrobials; sexually transmitted infections, human immunodeficiency virus, and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome; solid organ transplant medicine; gastrointestinal diseases; liver diseases; liver diseases;... and other content.
(BQ) Part 2 book "A Manual of laboratory and diagnostic tests" presents the following contents: Immunodiagnostic studies, nuclear medicine studies, cytologic, histologic and genetic studies, endoscopic studies, ultrasound studies, pulmonary function, arterial blood gases (ABGs), and electrolyte studies,...
This handy reference provides users with an understanding of complementary and alternative treatment options for more than 130 common disease states. A practical manual, it describes a variety of possible approaches to small animal disorders. Concentrating on nutrition, herbs, traditional Chinese medicines, and physical therapies, the authors present both tradition- and evidence-based therapies for disorders not always responsive to conventional therapies.
Easy access to concise, authoritative answers on the comprehensive range of health issues sports clinicians confront. Perfect as a desk reference or quick review for certification exams, this manual gives readers quick solutions to diagnostic and treatment questions, an abundance of useful tables and charts, emergency-care procedures, plus incisive strategies for keeping athletes healthy.
In addition, more and more Parties are increasing their controls on the trade in medicines, thus
improving the regulation of legal trade and more effectively combating illegal trade. This manual
has proven to be an excellent tool judging from the fact that many additional copies of it were
requested from the Secretariat.
At CoP12, the Secretariat entered into an agreement to produce a second edition before CoP13,
and I am pleased that this difficult work has been completed by the two original authors with
contributions from various other organizations and individuals.
Geared to primary care practitioners, The Washington Manual® of Outpatient Internal Medicine focuses on common ambulatory medical problems encountered in each medical subspecialty. The book has a quick-reference format similar to The Washington Manual® of Medical Therapeutics, with a standard chapter template, a bulleted style, numerous tables and figures, and a two-color design. All chapters are written by house staff and faculty at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine....
(BQ) Part 1 book "Harrison's manual of medicine " presents the following contents: Care of the hospitalized patient, medical emergencies, common patient presentations; disorders of the eye, ear, nose, and throat, dermatology, hematology and oncology, infectious diseases.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Harrison's manual of medicine" presents the following contents: Cardiovascular diseases, respiratory diseases, renal diseases, gastrointestinal diseases; allergy, clinical immunology, and rheumatology; endocrinology and metabolism; neurology; psychiatric disorders and psychoactive substance use; adverse drug reactions; women’s health,... and other contents.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Hospital for special surgery manual of rheumatology and outpatient orthopedic disorders - Diagnosis and therapy" presents the following contents: Diagnosis and therapy, orthopedic surgery and rehabilitation - Principles and practice, complementary and alternative medicine, formulary, appendices.
(BQ) This concise manual is for sports medicine specialists who want to effectively prescribe footwear and orthotics for the athlete. The book provides a logical approach designed to maximize performance and minimize injury. In addition to the fundamentals, including athletic foot types, basic biomechanics, and gait evaluation, the text also addresses the assessment and prescription of shoes, inserts, and orthotics. The work covers new technologies and sports-specific recommendations as well.
Welcome to the fi rst edition of Handbook of Dermatology: A
Practical Manual, a pocket guide designed for practicing dermatologists,
dermatology residents, medical students, and physicians in other fi elds
who may be interested in dermatology. Written and edited by former
residents and attending physicians in the Division of Dermatology at
Washington University School of Medicine, this book is based on an
in-house resident handbook which has been used by our department for
the past fi ve years.
We are delighted to present Integrative Women’s Health—the fi rst
such text created for health professionals. It is our hope that you
will fi nd it of great value as you care for your patients. As the largest
group of health care consumers, women have made it abundantly clear
that they desire a broader, more integrative approach to their care. In response
to this need, we have elected to cover both women’s reproductive health and
those conditions that manifest diff erently in wome
Evidence-based practice has become a common expression in the helping
professions over the last decade. Beginning with medicine and moving to
fi elds such as psychology and social work, the number of books on evidencebased
practice has grown signifi cantly. What makes this book different? This
book is aimed at preservice and in-service school-based mental health service
providers, such as school counselors, school psychologists, and school
social workers. It is not a research book. It is a book about research-infused
This manual was written for oral board candidates, practicing physicians, residents, interns and medical
students. It is meant to compliment standard texts and oral board courses (“practice makes perfect”). Also, it is
designed to refresh and reinforce the “trouble-shooting neuronal synapses” (prn) of the emergency room physician,
and as a brief reference in the ER (I find it particularly useful for “warming up,” just prior to returning to work
following a vacation).
This book could not have been started without the generous sponsorship of the
Medical Defence Union, the Medical Protection Society, the British Association
for Surgery of the Knee, the British Orthopaedic Foot Surgery Society, and Anetic
Aid, a manufacturer of tourniquets. I am very grateful to these bodies for their
help in making this book possible.
This book has an aim to present latest applications, trends and developments of virtual reality technologies in three humanities disciplines: in medicine, psychology and pedagogy. Studies show that people in both educational as well as in the medical therapeutic range expect more and more that modern media are included in the corresponding demand and supply structures. For the Internet and various mobile media, associated research and application projects now have fixed key words such as "E-learning" and "E-Mental Health" or "M-Learning", "M-Mental Health"....
This article will discuss the interweaving of that erotic pleasure in film, its meaning,
and in particular the central place of the image of woman. It is said that analysing
pleasure, or beauty, destroys it. That is the intention of this article. The satisfaction
and reinforcement of the ego that represent the high point of film history hitherto
must be attacked. Not in favour of a reconstructed new pleasure, which cannot exist
in the abstract, nor of intellectualised unpleasure, but to make way for a total
negation of the ease and plenitude of the narrative fiction film.
Approach to the Patient: Delirium
As the diagnosis of delirium is clinical and made at the bedside, a careful history and physical examination is necessary when evaluating patients with possible confusional states. Screening tools can aid physicians and nurses in identifying patients with delirium, including the Confusion Assessment Method (CAM) (Table 26-1); the Organic Brain Syndrome Scale; the Delirium Rating Scale; and, in the ICU, the Delirium Detection Score and the ICU version of the CAM.