The Oxford American Handbook of Clinical Examination and Practical Skills is a complete pocket resource for students of medicine, physician assistant, and nurse practitioner. It is intended to assist students in adjusting to clinical internships, preceptorships, and clerkships.
It delivers realistic advice on coping with and overcoming frequent circumstances by providing clear and user-friendly instruction on all parts of history taking, physical examination, common practical procedures, data interpretation, and communication skills. Each chapter is intended to include applied anatomy, history, examination, and the presentation of common and significant illnesses.
The procedures part contains roughly forty practical procedures that are anticipated of the final year medical student and senior nurse. The section on data interpretation includes the fundamentals of chest x-rays, abdomen x-rays, ECGs, and lung function tests, as well as a variety of other procedures that the student is expected to perform throughout their initial years of training.
Authors Elizabeth Burns and Kenneth Korn
Elizabeth Burns spent the majority of her life in Scotland before relocating to Lancaster to teach creative writing. Ophelia and other poems, her first full-length collection, was released in 1991 and was shortlisted for the Saltire Award for First Book of the Year. The Gift of Light, her second collection, was published in 1999, followed by The Lantern Bearers in 2007. In 2010, she published Held, her fourth full-length collection.
Oxford American Handbook of Clinical Examination and Practical Skills Features
- The book offers 721 pages to the readers.
- 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.