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ワシントン・マニュアル(第35版)

The Washington Manual of Medical Therapeutics

35

(Lippincott Manual Series)

Bhat, Pavan   Dretler, Alexandra   Gdowski, Mark

Lippincott Williams & Wilkins 2016/01
954p.
出版国: US
ISBN: 9781469890241
eISBN: 9781496345387
KNPID: EY00190242

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Discover why housestaff and faculty worldwide depend on this best-selling medical text – both in print and eBook format! Concise, user-friendly, and now available with a handy spiral binding, The Washington Manual® of Medical Therapeutics, 35th Edition, focuses on the essential information you need to know for successful patient care. Written by residents who are assisted by faculty co-authors and an outstanding editorial team, this must-have reference presents brief, logical approaches to diagnosis and management of commonly encountered medical conditions, including new therapies that improve patient outcomes. Thoroughly updated throughout, the 35th Edition provides a clear view of the challenges faced by residents, interns, medical students, and other practitioners, plus offers practical solutions, and expert guidance – all in one convenient and easily accessible source.Features:New spiral binding allows The Manual to lie flat for easy, hands-free access.Thoroughly updated to reflect the increasing and ever-changing advances in medical technology and therapeutics.Comprehensive coverage addresses all areas of medicine and the core subspecialties, including neurology and toxicology content available online.Concise, practical format features a brief discussion of pathophysiology, an evidence-based presentation of current therapies, and need-to-know diagnostic and therapeutic guidance from global experts.Easy-to-follow guidelines, diagrams, and algorithms assist in the diagnosis, investigation, and management of frequently encountered medical conditions.Edited by Internal Medicine Chief Residents from the Washington University School of Medicine and Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis.