Internal Medicine On Call
by: Skyscape Medpresso Inc • 0
A concise, portable reference that focuses on the evaluation and treatment of over 60 of the most common internal medicine on-call problems.
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ABOUT: Internal Medicine On Call
Based on 4th print ed. Essential guide to interpretation of over 60 laboratory tests and bedside procedures. Interactive flowcharts.
A concise, portable reference that focuses on the evaluation and treatment of over 60 of the most common internal medicine on-call problems. Each on call section includes a presenting problem, immediate questions, differential diagnosis, laboratory and other diagnostic data, and treatment plan.
- Comprehensive overview of the initial evaluation and treatment of more than 60 of the most common problems seen daily on the wards
- Thoroughly updated on-call problems reflect the latest diagnostic tests and treatment options
- Essential guide to interpretation of laboratory tests and bedside procedures
- New sections include: dizziness, overdoses, and pruritis
- On call therapeutics section offers a quick reference to commonly used medications and includes both generic drugs as well as vitamins, minerals, and natural products
- New interactive flowcharts: Now, complex algorithms and protocols are transformed from static images into dynamic step-by-step decision support tools.
Author: Steven A. Haist MD, MS, FACP, John B. Robbins MD
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