CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2010, Forty-Ninth Edition [NOOK Book]

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The #1 annually updated text in internal medicine!



The annual classic that puts research where it belongs...into your practice



Written by clincians renowned in their respective fields, CMDT offers the most current insights into symptoms, signs, epidemiology, and treatment for more than 1,000 diseases ...

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CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2010, Forty-Ninth Edition

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Overview

The #1 annually updated text in internal medicine!



The annual classic that puts research where it belongs...into your practice



Written by clincians renowned in their respective fields, CMDT offers the most current insights into symptoms, signs, epidemiology, and treatment for more than 1,000 diseases and disorders. For each topic you'll find concise, evidence-based answers to questions regarding both hospital and ambulatory medicine. This streamlined reference is the fastest and easiest way to keep abreast of the latest medical advances, prevention strategies, cost-effective treatments, and more. As an added bonus, this is the first edition to offer additional material online at no additional cost. Chapters on anti-infective chemotherapeutic and antibiotic agents, diagnostic testing and medical decision making, basic genetics, and information technology in patient care care be found at www.AccessMedicine.com/CMDT!



More information on patient care in less text:



  • A strong focus on the clinical diagnosis and patient management tools essential to daily practice

  • Broad range of internal medicine and primary care topics, including gynecology and obstetrics, dermatology, neurology, and ophthalmology

  • The only text with an annual HIV infection update

  • Hundreds of drug treatment tables, with indexed trade names and updated prices -- plus helpful diagnostic and treatment algorithms

  • Recent references with PMID numbers for fast access to abstracts or full-text articles

  • ICD-9 codes are listed on the inside covers

  • Four online-only chapters available at no additional cost at www.AccessMedicine.com/CMDT



NEW TO THIS EDITION:



  • New topics include H1N1 influenza A, acute knee pain, vaccine safety, neuromyelitis optica, and Chikungunya fever

  • Expanded 24-page color insert

  • Rewritten Cancer chapter by new authors

  • New ACC/AHA Task Force Guidelines for management of congenital heart disease in pregnant women

  • Major revision of antithrombotic therapy

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071714723
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
  • Publication date: 10/2/2009
  • Series: LANGE CURRENT Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 49
  • Pages: 1756
  • File size: 201 MB
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Meet the Author

Stephen J. McPhee, MD


Professor of Medicine


Division of General Internal Medicine


Department of Medicine


University of California, San Francisco



Maxine A. Papadakis, MD


Professor of Clinical Medicine


Associate Dean for Student Affairs


School of Medicine


University of California, San Francisco

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Table of Contents

1. Disease Prevention & Health Maintenance, Michael Pignone and René Salazar
2. Common Symptoms, Ralph Gonzales and Paul L. Nadler
3. Preoperative Evaluation & Perioperative Management, Hugo Q. Cheng
4. Geriatric Disorders, C. Bree Johnston, G. Michael Harper, and C. Seth Landefeld
5. Palliative Care & Pain Management, Michael W. Rabow and Steven Z. Pantilat
6. Dermatologic Disorders, Timothy G. Berger
7. Disorders of the Eyes and Lids, Paul Riordan-Eva
8. Ear, Nose, & Throat Disorders, Lawrence R. Lustig and Joshua Schindler
9. Pulmonary Disorders, Mark S. Chesnutt, Alex H. Gifford, and Thomas J. Prendergast
10. Heart Disease, Thomas M. Bashore, Christopher B. Granger, Patrick Hranitzky, and Manesh R. Patel
11. Systemic Hypertension, Michael Sutters
12. Blood Vessel & Lymphatic Disorders, Joseph H. Rapp, Rajabrata Sarkar, and Christopher D. Owens
13. Blood Disorders, Charles A. Linker
14. Disorders of Hemostatis, Thrombosis, and Antithrombotic Therapy, Patrick F. Fogarty and Tracy Minichiello
15. Gastrointestinal Disorders, Kenneth R. McQuaid16. Liver, Biliary Tract, & Pancreas Disorders, Lawrence S. Friedman
17. Breast Disorders, Armando E. Giuliano and Sara A. Hurvitz
18. Gynecologic Disorders, H. Trent MacKay
19. Obstetrics and Obstetric Disorders, Vanessa L. Rogers, Susan Cox, and William R. Crombleholme
20. Musculoskeletal and Immunologic Disorders, David B. Hellmann and John B. Imboden, Jr.
21. Fluid & Electrolyte Disorders, Kerry C. Cho
22. Kidney Disease, Suzanne Watnick and Gail Morrison
23. Urologic Disorders, Maxwell V. Meng, Marshall L. Stoller, and Thomas Walsh
24. Nervous System Disorders, Michael J. Aminoff
25. Psychiatric Disorders, Stuart J. Eisendrath and Jonathan E. Lichtmacher
26. Endocrine Disorders, Paul A. Fitzgerald
27. Diabetes Mellitus & Hypoglycemia, Umesh Masharani
28. Lipid Disorders, Robert B. Baron
29. Nutritional Disorders, Robert B. Baron
30. Common Problems in Infectious Diseases & Antimicrobial Therapy, Peter V. Chin-Hong, B. Joseph Guglielmo, and Richard A. Jacobs
31. HIV Infection & AIDS, Andrew R. Zolopa and Mitchell H. Katz
32. Viral & Rickettsial Infections, Vicente F. Corrales-Medina and Wayne X. Shandera
33. Bacterial & Chlamydial Infections, Brian S. Schwartz and Henry F. Chambers
34. Spirochetal Infections, Susan S. Philip
35. Protozoal & Helminthic Infections, Philip J. Rosenthal
36. Mycotic Infections, Samuel A. Shelburne and Richard J. Hamill
37. Disorders Due to Physical Agents, Jacqueline A. Nemer and Brent R.W. Moelleken
38. Poisoning, Kent R. Olson
39. Cancer, Patricia A. Cornett and Tiffany O. Dea
40. Clinical Genetic Disorders, Reed E. Pyeritz
41. Complementary & Alternative Medicine, Ellen F. Hughes and Kevin Barrows
Appendix: Therapeutic Drug Monitoring & Laboratory References Intervals, C. Diana Nicoll and Chuanyi Mark Lu
Index

Online Only Chapters: www.AccessMedicine.com/CMDT
Anti-infective Chemotherapeutic & Antibiotic Agents, B. Joseph Guglielmo
Diagnostic Testing & Medical Decision Making, C. Diana Nicoll, Michael Pignone, and Cnuanyi Mark Lu
Basic Genetics, Reed E. Pyeritz
Information Technology in Patient Care, Russ Cucina
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2010

    A bargain for the money

    This annual text is the first that I examine for a review of questions regarding medical diagnosis and treatment. It is wide in scope, covering each subject with succinct thoroughness. At times there are references to current research; I could wish for more. It is a medical text with medical nomenclature throughout, and therefore does not have a glossary. Such nomenclature may well make this volume sufficiently abstruse that a general reader and young student may not find it appropriate for them, without a medical dictionary at hand. For me, it is a source I would not be without for a quick and easy look at a new problem. Nurses, as well as doctors, both specialists and generalists, could always find something newly revisited that could be of interest. A selling point is that it is updated annually.

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