“Approach to Internal Medicine: A Resource Book for Clinical Practice” is a highly successful textbook’s which is completely revised and updated to include an integrated symptom- and issue-based approach to internal medicine as well as conveniently accessible, high-yield clinical content. Each topic has neatly arranged sections on various diagnostic procedures, investigations, and therapies to aid in patient care and examination preparation. Numerous clinical pearls and comparison tables aid in learning, and international units (US and metric) are used throughout to assist use in daily clinical practice.
Along with the fundamental principles of internal medicine, the book discusses numerous critically important but rarely covered subjects in medicine, such as palliative care, obstetrics, transfusion responses, needle stick injuries, gram stain interpretation, depression, and code status debate. Additionally, this fifth edition includes new coverage of the coronavirus-19 and cancer survivorship, as well as comprehensive updates throughout. The authors offer this data succinctly, while maintaining the book’s pocket-sized, fast reference structure.
Approach to Internal Medicine is an indispensable reference for medical students, residents, and fellows – with practicing physicians, nurses, and advanced practice clinicians also finding the work useful as a point of care reference.
Author David Hui
The author is an Assistant Professor, Department of Palliative Care and Rehabilitation Medicine, Division of Cancer Medicine, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Approach to Internal Medicine: A Resource Book for Clinical Practice Features
- The high quality of this pdf ensures the ease and hassle free reading experience for the reader.
- 2011 is the original publication year of the book.