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Internal Medicine: Handbook for Clinicians (RESIDENT SURVIVAL GUIDE SERIES) download epub

by Elbert S. Huang


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by Elbert S. Huang (Author). This handbook is a perfect complement to Washington Manual and Ferri's Guide.

by Elbert S. ISBN-13: 978-0964546752. Guide to the Most Common Internal Medicine Workups and Diseases: An evidenced based guide for all healthcare providers regarding common hospital based workups and diseases seen in Internal Medicine.

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Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston. Pocket quick-reference for internal medicine and family practice residents, students, and clinicians. Contains more than 150 tables, flowcharts, and figures.

A reference for internal medicine and family practice residents, students, and clinicians. It contains over 150 tables, flowcharts, and figures.

Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston. A reference for internal medicine and family practice residents, students, and clinicians.

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Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston. Pocket quick-reference for internal medicine and family practice residents, students, and clinicians. Contains more than 150 tables, flowcharts, and figures. Softcover.

Comments: (7)

Ucantia
I've owned every pocket guide and this is one is really well-designed!

I've had 2 pound, 1000 page 'pocket guides' (which gave me daily headaches from carrying them in my whitecoat pocket) that were far less helpful than this small/lightweight book.

From common issues like....

Constipation. When you are on in-house call and the nurse pages you and he/she wants to know what to give a patient for constipation? It's right there at your fingetips. Try to find it in those other guides. How can you make a med student/intern/resident handbook and not address issues like constipation?

To things like.....

Vent settings....or procedures....or actual DOSAGES for the medicines they recommend. How many times I've opened the other guides to find:

'administer heparin' (or similar statements)

well...thanks...BUT HOW MUCH and...HOW OFTEN?! Do they expect me to then open a pocket pharm guide and try and cross reference for the particular situation?

Definitely NEEDS updated (WITHOUT changing the design please!) as it's seven years old, but it's still the best thing to carry in your pocket.

Incredibly well thought out and designed. It's obvious to me that the authors are doctors who KNOW what you are going through as a student/intern/resident.
Kanek
This handbook is a perfect complement to Washington Manual and Ferri's Guide. It probably could not, and should not, be used as a stand-alone guide but as a peripheral brain it is just small enough, light enough and packed with enough information about the more common conditions to be considered as yet another weight to add to your coat pocket.

It has some strong chapters, such as Infectious Disease and Cardiology but hardly anything on Oncology and Endocrinology. In the effort to contain topics to 1 or 2 pages, the authors obviously could not pack as much information as one would want, but then that's what textbooks and PDAs are for.

Overall, very useful during rounds and when on house officer call.
Alianyau
This handbook is concise enough to make it ideal for a quick glance while being in the ward. A unique, as far as I know, feature of this handbook is the fact that it provides references to textbooks or scientific papers in case someone would like to read further on a matter.
All in all, it surely deserves a place in a resident's pocket (perhaps along with the Oxford handbook of clinical medicine).
Dalarin
it was what I was expecting, excellent!
TheMoonix
It is a perfect pocket sized book. But I was hoping for a little more detail or subject range.
Slowly writer
This is by far the best book I have read in the Internal medicine review field.The residents and students will find this book very helpful in their daily basis in the hospital. It is written to prefection and you will not be able to put it down once you start reading it. A truly well written book.
Kardana
Ever since I started carrying this book around, I have had no use for all the other cards and books I used to carry. In fact this book and the palm pilot with epocrates are the only things a medical resident should ever need. The information is complete, concise and up to date with full references. The book is well written, perfectly layed out and easy to navigate. And of importance to any housestaff/medical student, it's small and light and fits in any coat pocket...
As a health care professional (not a medical student or resident), I found this book extremely informative. The information is current in dealing with today's primary care issues. The book's format is easy to access. Information is organized and concise. It provides a quick look at guidelines for clinical care. I would recommend this reference book for anyone who is dealing with general medicine.
Internal Medicine: Handbook for Clinicians (RESIDENT SURVIVAL GUIDE SERIES) download epub
Medicine & Health Sciences
Author: Elbert S. Huang
ISBN: 0964546752
Category: Other
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Scrub Hill Press, Inc.; 1st edition (September 2000)
Pages: 315 pages