Churchill’s Pocketbooks Diabetes
The incidence of diabetes is increasing at epidemic proportions worldwide, presenting a huge challenge to modern medicine. In response, scientific advances in the understanding of diabetes and its complications are being translated into improved clinical practice at ever faster rates. Greater understanding of aetiopathogenesis of the different types of diabetes, the emerging roles of novel
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Churchill’s Pocketbooks Differential Diagnosis
Making a correct diagnosis is one of the key aspects of every medical student’s and junior doctor’s clinical training, and problem-based learning is now widely used to focus on the causes behind the presentation of a clinical feature. The Fourth Edition of this best-selling book is packed full of information to help the reader move
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Churchill’s Pocketbooks Intensive Care
This small book follows other successful titles in the Churchill’s Pocketbooks format. It is not intended to compete with the many already well-established texts in the fi eld of intensive care, but is intended to present a distillation of sensible practice and ideas. Every new doctor who is resident in the intensive care unit will
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Churchill’s Pocketbooks Clinical Practical Procedures for Junior Doctors
This practical guide provides an instruction manual for common, essential ward-based practical procedures. The book is aimed at those in their foundation years, as well as being useful for those starting their subsequent specialist training years. Many of these procedures are not taught at medical school, yet are expected to be routinely implemented as a
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Churchill’s Pocketbooks General Practice
This title is directed primarily towards health care professionals outside of the United States. It is a concise, easy-to-refer-to handbook of common conditions seen in general practice and how to treat them. Each condition is discussed in a standard way that will be familiar to most GPs – assessment, including history and examination, and management.
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