(BQ) Part 2 book "Harrison's principles of internal medicine" presents the following contents: Terrorism and clinical medicine, disorders of the cardiovascular system, critical care medicine, disorders of the kidney and urinary tract, disorders of the gastrointestinal system, disorders of the joints and adjacent tissues,... and other contents.
Principles of Chemotherapy Medical oncology is the subspecialty of internal medicine that cares for and designs treatment approaches to patients with cancer, in conjunction with surgical and radiation oncologists. The core skills of the medical oncologist include the use of drugs that may have a beneficial effect on the natural history of the patient's illness or favorably influence the patient's quality of life. In general, the curability of a tumor is inversely related to tumor volume and directly related to drug dose.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Principles of critical care" presents the following contents: An overview of the approach to and organization of critical care, general management of the patient, cardiovascular disorders, pulmonary disorders, cardiovascular disorders.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Principles of critical care" presents the following contents: Neurologic disorders, hematologic and oncologic disorders, renal and metabolic disorders, gastrointestinal disorders, the surgical patient, special problems in critical care.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Harrison's principles of internal medicine" presents the following contents: Disorders of the cardiovascular system, disorders of the respiratory system, critical care medicine, disorders of the gastrointestinal system,... and other contents.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Principles of ambulatory medicine" presents the following contents: Issues of general concern in ambulatory medicine, preventive care, psychiatric and behavioral problems, allergy and infectious disease, gastrointestinal problems, renal and urologic problems, hematologic problems, pulmonary problems.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Assessing and managing the acutely ill adult surgical patient" presents the following contents: Principles of caring for acute surgical patients, the peri operative phase, the peri operative phase, post operative pain management, psychosocial aspects of surgery, head and neck surgery, vascular surgery.
Diseases of the nervous system number in the hundreds and are too
numerous and varied to be learned in their entirety. Hence the common
practice of subdividing them into categories—traumatic, vascular, neoplastic,
infective, metabolic, degenerative, congenital, and so forth. In
our textbook, Principles of Neurology, we describe the various categories
of neurologic disease and the main diseases that constitute each
The goal of cancer treatment is first to eradicate the cancer. If this primary goal cannot be accomplished, the goal of cancer treatment shifts to palliation, the amelioration of symptoms, and preservation of quality of life while striving to extend life. The dictum primum non nocere is not the guiding principle of cancer therapy. When cure of cancer is possible, cancer treatments may be undertaken despite the certainty of severe and perhaps life-threatening toxicities.
This collection of essays demonstrates the international scope of history of nursing
scholarship today, encompassing studies from Japan, New Zealand, South
Africa, Canada and Europe. The authors examine the social and ethical issues
which challenge nurses and midwives in different cultures; the transcultural issues
which arise when carers move from one culture to another; and the process
of professionalization for women over three centuries. The book highlights the
significance of nursing in the history of womenʼs lives and work....
(BQ) Part 1 book "Principles and practice of surgery" presents the following contents: Principles of perioperative care (transfusion of blood components and plasma products, nutritional support in surgical patients, infections and antibiotics,...), gastrointestinal surgery (the abdominal wall and hernia, the acute abdomen and intestinal obstruction, the oesophagus, stomach and duodenum,...).
Palliation Surgery is employed in a number of ways for supportive care: insertion of central venous catheters, control of pleural and pericardial effusions and ascites, caval interruption for recurrent pulmonary emboli, stabilization of cancerweakened weight-bearing bones, and control of hemorrhage, among others. Surgical bypass of gastrointestinal, urinary tract, or biliary tree obstruction can alleviate symptoms and prolong survival. Surgical procedures may provide relief of otherwise intractable pain or reverse neurologic dysfunction (cord decompression).
Karnofsky was among the first to champion the evaluation of a chemotherapeutic agent's benefit by carefully quantitating its effect on tumor size and using these measurements to objectively decide the basis for further treatment of a particular patient or further clinical evaluation of a drug's potential.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Critical care medicine - Principles of diagnosis and management in the adult" presents the following contents: Cardiac arrest and cardiopulmonary resuscitation, air way management in the critically ill adult; arterial, central venous, and pulmonary artery catheters; intra aortic balloon counterpulsation; mechanical ventilation inacute respiratory distress syndrome,...
(BQ) Part 2 book "Critical care medicine - Principles of diagnosis and management in the adult" presents the following contents: Acute respiratory failure, life threatening asthma, hypoventilation and respiratory muscle dysfunction, pneumothorax and barotrauma, nosocomial infection in the intensive care unit,...
(BQ) Part 1 book "Critical care nephrology" presents the following contents: The critically ill patient, epidemiology of kidney disease, principles of applied renal physiology, acute renal failure - pathophysiological principles, acute renal failure - clinical aspects, fluid and electrolyte problems,...
The purpose of the International Standards for Tuberculosis Care (ISTC) is to describe
a widely accepted level of care that all practitioners, public and private,
should seek to achieve in managing patients who have, or are suspected
of having, tuberculosis. The Standards are intended to facilitate the effective
engagement of all care providers in delivering high-quality care
for patients of all ages, including those with sputum smear-positive,
sputum smear-negative, and extra pulmonary tuberculosis, tuberculosis
caused by drug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex
Chapter 7 - Monopoly, oligopoly, and monopolistic competition. Our agenda in chapter 7 is to develop more carefully and fully the concept of economic surplus introduced in part 1 and to investigate the conditions under which unregulated markets generate the largest possible economic surplus. We will also explore why attempts to interfere with market outcomes often lead to unintended and undesired consequences.
Chapter 10 - Using economics to make better policy decisions. After completing this chapter, students will be able to: Describe how the Scarcity Principle applies to choices involving health, use the incentive principle to explain why health care costs have been rising so rapidly, discuss pollution taxes and effluent permits as a means to reduce the cost of improved air quality,...
(BQ) Part 1 book "Essentials of pharmacology for anesthesia, pain medicine and critical care" presents the following contents: Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of anesthetics, principles of total intravenous anesthesia, perioperative considerations in pharmacology, anesthetic induction agents, benzodiazepines and muscle relaxants,...