ISBN-10:
0815133901
ISBN-13:
9780815133902
Pub. Date:
01/28/1995
Publisher:
Mosby, Incorporated
Care of the Medical Patient / Edition 3

Care of the Medical Patient / Edition 3

by Fred F. Ferri

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ISBN-13: 9780815133902
Publisher: Mosby, Incorporated
Publication date: 01/28/1995
Edition description: Older Edition
Pages: 893
Product dimensions: 5.33(w) x 7.34(h) x 1.33(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Evaluation of the Medical Patient

1.1 Diagnostic aids for history and physical exam
1.2Admission orders
1.3 Progress notes
1.4 Discharge summary
1.5 Pronouncing death while on call
1.6 Data evaluation
A. Gram's stain procedure
B.Classification of bacteria based on Gram's stain and morphology
C. Evaluation of urine sediment
D.Diagnostic imaging
E. Evaluation of electrocardiogram
F. Pulmonary artery catheter data interpretation


Chapter 2: Differential Diagnosis

2.1 Abdominal distention
2.2 Abdominal pain
2.3. Abortion, recurrent
2.4 Aches and pains, diffuse
2.5 Adnexal mass
2.6 Adrenal masses
2.7 Akinetic/rigid syndrome
2.8 Alopecia
2.9 Alveolar hemorrhage
2.10 Amenorrhea
2.11 Amnesia
2.12 Anaphylaxis
2.13 Anergy, cutaneous
2.14 Aneurysms, thoracic aorta
2.15 Anisocoria
2.16 Arterial occlusion
2.17 Arthritis and eye lesions
2.18 Arthritis and heart murmur
2.19 Arthritis and muscle weakness
2.20 Arthritis and rash
2.21 Arthritis and subcutaneous nodules
2.22 Arthritis and weight loss
2.23 Arthritis, axial skeleton
2.24 Arthritis, fever, and rash
2.25 Arthritis, monoarticular and oligoarticular
2.26 Arthritis, polyarticular
2.27 Ascites
2.28 Ataxia
2.29 Back pain
2.30 Bone pain
2.31 Breast inflammatory lesion
2.32 Breast mass
2.34 Breathing, noisy
2.33 Bullous diseases
2.34 Breath odor
2.36 Cardiac arrest, non-traumatic
2.37 Cardiac murmurs
2.38 Cavitary lesion on chest x-ray
2.39 Chest pain (nonpleuritic)
2.40 Chest pain (pleuritic)
2.41 Clubbing
2.42 Color changes, cutaneous
2.43 Coma
2.44 Constipation
2.45 Cough
2.46 Cyanosis
2.47 Diplopia, binocular
2.48 Dysphagia
2.49 Dyspnea
2.50 Dysuria
2.51 Edema, generalized
2.52 Edema, leg, unilateral
2.53 Edema of lower extremities
2.54 Elevated hemidiaphragm
2.55 Emboli, arterial
2.56 Encephalopathy, metabolic
2.57 Enthesopathy
2.58 Epilepsy
2.59 Epistaxis
2.60 Esophageal perforation
2.61 Eye pain
2.62 Facial pain
2.63 Facial paralysis
2.64 Fatigue
2.65 Fatty liver
2.66 Fever and rash
2.67 Flushing
2.68 Foot pain
2.69 Forearm and hand pain
2.70 Gait abnormalities
2.71 Galactorrhea
2.72 Gastric emptying, delayed
2.73 Gastrointestinal bleeding
2.74 Genital discharge
2.75 Genital sores
2.76 Goiter
2.77 Gynecomastia
2.78 Halitosis
2.79 Headache
2.80 Hearing loss, acute
2.81 Heartburn and indigestion
2.82 Hemarthrosis
2.83 Hematuria
2.84 Hemolysis and hemoglobinuria
2.85 Hemiparesis/hemiplegia
2.86 Hemoptysis
2.87 Hepatic cysts
2.88 Hepatic granulomas
2.89 Hepatomegaly
2.90 Hiccups
2.91 Hirsutism
2.92 Hoarseness
2.93 Hypercapnia, persistent
2.94 Hyperkinetic movement disorders
2.95 Hyperventilation, persistent
2.96 Hypogonadism
2.97 Hypotension, postural
2.98 Impotence
2.99 Insomnia
2.100 Ischemic colitis, nonocclusive
2.101 Jaundice
2.102 Jugular venous distention
2.103 Leg cramps, nocturnal
2.104 Leg ulcers
2.105 Limp
2.106 Livedo reticularis
2.107 Lymphadenopathy
2.108 Mediastinal masses or widening on chest x-ray
2.109 Meningitis, chronic
2.110 Mesenteric ischemia, non-occlusive
2.111 Mesenteric vein thrombosis
2.112 Metastatic neoplasms
2.113 Miosis
2.114 Mononeuropathy
2.115 Muscle weakness
2.116 Mydriasis
2.117 Myelopathy and myelitis
2.118 Myopathies, infectious
2.119 Myopathies, inflammatory
2.120 Nausea and vomiting
2.121 Neck and arm pain
2.122 Neck mass
2.123 Nystagmus
2.124 Ophthalmoplegia
2.125 Palpitations
2.126 Papilledema
2.127 Paraplegia
2.128 Paresthesias
2.129 Pelvic mass
2.130 Pericardial effusion
2.131 Photosensitivity
2.132 Pleural effusions
2.133 Pneumonia, recurrent
2.134 Polyuria
2.135 Popliteal swelling
2.136 Proptosis
2.137 Proteinuria
2.138 Pruritus
2.139 Pruritus ani
2.140 Ptosis
2.141 Pulmonary crackles
2.142 Pulmonary lesions
2.143 Pulmonary nodule, solitary
2.144 Purpura
2.145 Rectal pain
2.146 Red eye
2.147 Scrotal swelling
2.148 Seizures
2.149 Shoulder pain
2.150 Sore throat
2.151 Spinal cord dysfunction
2.152 Splenomegaly
2.153 Steatohepatitis
2.154 Stroke
2.155 Stroke, young adult
2.156 Swollen limb
2.157 Tardive dyskinesia
2.158 Taste and smell loss
2.158 Telengiectasia
2.160 Testicular pain
2.161 Tick-related infections
2.162 Tremor
2.163 Urethral discharge and dysuria
2.164 Urinary retention, acute
2.165 Vertigo
2.166 Vision loss, acute, painful
2.167 Vision loss, acute, painless
2.168 Vision loss, chronic, progressive
2.169 Vocal cord paralysis
2.170 Volume excess
2.171 Vomiting
2.172 Weakness, acute, emergent
2.173 Weight gain
2.174 Weight loss
2.175 Wheezing


Chapter 3 : Cardiovascular Diseases

3.1 Angina pectoris
3.2 Acute coronary syndromes
3.3Valvular heart disease
A. Mitral stenosis
B. Mitral regurgitation
C .Mitral valve prolapse
D. Aortic stenosis
E. Aortic regurgitation
3.4 Congestive heart failure
3.5 Cardiogenic pulmonary edema
3.6 Cardiomyopathies
A. Dilated (congestive) cardiomyopathy
B. Restrictive cardiomyopathy
C. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
3.7 Myocarditis
3.8 Pericarditis
3.9 Arrhythmias
A. Supraventricular arrhythmias
B. AV conduction defects
C. Ventricular arrhythmias
3.10 Cardiac pacemakers
3.11 Lipid disorders
3.12 Hypertension


Chapter 4: Dermatology

4.1 Classification based on initial appearance
4.2 Herpes zoster
4.3 Tinea cruris and tinea corporis
4.4 Rosacea
4.5 Pityarisis rosea
4.6 Eythema multiforme
4.7 Scabies
4.8 Pediculosis
4.9 Basal cell carcinoma
4.10 Squamous cell carcinoma
4.11 Melanoma
4.12 Cutaneous manifestations to internal malignancy
4.13 Fever and rash


Chapter 5 : Endocrinology

5.1 Diabetes mellitus
5.2 Diabetic ketoacidosis
5.3 Hyperosmolar coma
5.4 Hypoglycemia
5.5 Anterior pituitary disorders
A. Hypopituitarism
B. Anterior pituitary hypersecretion secondary to pituitary neoplasms
5.6 Fluid homeostasis disorders
A .Diabetes insipidus
B .Syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone (SIADH) secretion
5.7 Thyroid disorders
A. Interpretation of thyroid function studies
B .Hyperthyroidism
C. Hypothyroidism
D. Thyroiditis
E .Evaluation of thyroid nodule
5.8 Calcium hemostasis disorders
A .Hypercalcemia
B. Hypocalcemia
5.9 Adrenal gland disorders
A. Cushing's syndrome
B .Primary adrenocortical insufficiency
C .Disorders of mineralocorticoid secretion
5.10 Pheochromocytoma
5.11 Carcinoid syndrome
5.12 Multiple endocrine neoplasia


Chapter 6 : Gastroenterology

6.1 Acute gastrointestinal bleeding
6.2 Peptic ulcer disease
6.3 Inflammatory bowel disease
6.4 Diarrhea
6.5 Malabsorption syndrome
6.6 Diverticular disease
6.7 Acute pancreatitis
6.8 Cholecystitis
6.9 Appendicitis
6.10 Viral hepatitis
6.11 Cirrhosis
6.12 Hepatic failure
6.13 Non-alcoholic fatty liver
6.14 Pseudomembranous colitis


Chapter 7 Hematology/Oncology

7.1 Approach to the patient with anemia
7.2 Microcytic anemia
7.3 Normocytic ane
7.4 Macrocytic anemia
7.5 Acute leukemia
7.6 Chronic lymphocytic leukemia
7.7 Chronic myelogenous leukemia
7.8 Hairy cell leukemia
7.9 Myelodysplastic syndromes
7.10 Hodgkin's disease
7.11Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma
7.12 Multiple myeloma
7.13 Polycythemia vera
7.14 Platelet disorders
A. Thrombocytopenia
B. Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura
C . Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura
D. Heparin-induce thrombocytopenia
7.15 Disseminated intravascular coagulation
7.16 Carcinoma of the breast
7.17 Carcinoma of the colon
7.18 Carcinoma of the lung
7.19 Thyroid carcinoma
A .Papillary carcinoma
B .Follicular carcinoma
C .Anaplastic carcinoma
D. Medullary carcinoma
7.20 Cerebral neoplasms
7.21 Prostate cancer


Chapter 8 Infectious Diseases

8.1 Principles of antibiotic use
8.2 Empiric antibiotic therapy
8.3 Infections in the immunocompromised host
8.4 Bacteremia and sepsis
8.5 Fever of unknown origin
8.6 Pneumonia
8.7 Tuberculosis
8.8 Bacterial meningitis
8.9 Infective endocarditis
8.10 Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
A .The asymptomatic HIV-infected patient
B. Treatment of symptomatic patient with HIV-defining illness (AIDS)
8.11 Cellulitis
8.12 Infectious arthritis
8.13 Septic bursitis
8.14 Lyme disease
8.15 Osteomyelitis
8.16 Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis
8.17 Urinary tract infections
8.18 Prostatitis
8.19 Treatment guidelines for selected sexually transmitted diseases
A. Diseases characterized by genital ulcers
B. Syphilis
C. Urethritis
D. Mucopurulent cervicitis
E. Gonococcal infections
F. Diseases characterized by vaginal discharge
G. Pelvic inflammatory disease
H. Epididymitis
I. Genital warts



Chapter 9 Nephrology

9.1 Renal failure
9.2 Disorders of sodium homeostasis
A .Hyponatremia
B. Hypernatremia
9.3 Disorders of potassium homeostasis
A .Hypokalemia
B .Hyperkalemia
9.4 Disorders of magnesium metabolism
A. Hypomagnesemia
B .Hypermagnesemia
9.5 Disorders of phosphate metabolism
A. Hypophosphatemia
B. Hyperphosphatemia


Chapter 10 Neurology

10.1 Generalized tonic-clonic seizures
10.2 Transient ischemic attack
10.3 Stroke
10.4 Parkinson's disease
10.5 Delirium and dementia
10.6 Multiple sclerosis
10.7 Peripheral nerve dysfunction
10.8 Guillain-Barré syndrome
10.9 Myasthenia gravis
10.10 Serotonin syndrome


Chapter 11 Pulmonary Diseases

11.1 Asthma
11.2 Mechanical ventilation
11.3 Acute bronchospasm
A. Status asthmaticus
B. Exacerbation of COPD
11.4 Diffuse interstitial pulmonary disease
11.5 Sarcoidosis
11.6 Pulmonary thromboembolism
11.7 Pulmonary function testing


Chapter 12 Rheumatology

12.1 Vasculitic syndromes
12.2 Giant cell (temporal) arteritis
12.3 Polymyalgia rheumatica
12.4Takayasu arteritis (aortic arch syndrome)
12.5 Polyarteritis (periarteritis) nodosa
12.6 Wegener's granulomatosis
12.7 Systemic lupus erythematosus
12.8 Rheumatoid arthritis
12.9 Osteoarthritis (degenerative joint disease)
12.10 Crystal-induced arthritides
A. Acute gout
B. Joint diseases caused by other chemical species of crystals
12.11 Spondyloarthropathies
12.12 Raynaud's phenomenon
12.l3 Carpal tunnel syndrome


Chapter 13 Interdisciplinary Medicine

13.1 Acid-base disturbances
13.2 Venous thromboembolism
13.3 Acute respiratory distress syndrome
13.4 General management of poisoning and drug overdose
13.5 Syncope
3.6 Rhabdomyolysis
13.7 Management of alcohol withdrawal
13.8 Accidental hypothermia
13.9 Heat stroke
13.10 Neuroleptic malignant syndrome
13.11 Antiphospholipid syndrome


Chapter 14 Procedures and Interpretation of Results

14.1 Lumbar puncture
14.2 Thoracentesis
14.3 Paracentesis
14.4 Arthrocentesis
14.5 Bone marrow examination
14.6 Radial artery cannulation
14.7 Central venous access
14.8 Endotracheal intubation


Chapter 15 Laboratory Values and Interpretation of Results

Chapter 16 Formulary

16.1 Schedules of controlled substances
16.2 Composition of a prescription order
16.3 Medications



APPENDIXES

I .Frequently Used Clinical Formulas

1. Creatinine clearance
2. Alveolar-arterial oxygen gradient (An gradient)
3. Sodium formulas
4. Osmolality formulas
5. Cardiac output formulas
6. Cardiovascular performance tables/formulas
7. Water balance (TB, W, water deficit, free water clearance)
8. Fractional excretion of sodium (FENa)
9. Corrected calcium
10. Lung volumes
11. Determination of caloric needs
II Nomogram for Calculation of Body Surface Area

III Parameters of Nutritional Assessment

IV Toxic and Therapeutic Serum Values of Selected Drugs

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